Five Breathtaking RV & Motorhome Destinations in SoCal

Many families in Southern California own or have rented an RV, motorhome, or tent trailer. Statistically, the average RV owner is 48 years old and makes a higher than average income- meaning that they have the budget to travel. However, RV travel can be tiresome and make for long days of travel.

Check out this list of five breathtaking RV and motorhome destinations right here in Southern California.

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Campland On The Bay – San Diego (Mission Bay)

Campland is at the top of the list for a few reasons. The lease with the city of San Diego expires in 2017, so this may be the last year Campland will be available! Also, Campland is located on Mission Bay so access to the activities and wonders of the Bay is easy.  Mission Bay is in the northern part of San Diego county, about 45 minutes from downtown. However, this park is located so close to Sea World that you can actually see their fireworks at night.

Check out their website.

Features: Free internet, Boating, ocean access, dock, heated pool, access to Mission Bay, playground, game room, exercise room, pedal carts, bike rentals, and more.

Cost Per Night: $39+

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Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort – Newport Beach

A far cry from tent camping in the forest, Newport Dunes lives up to its name as a waterfront resort. Located at the tip of Newport Beach Bay. With easy access to a mile-long stretch of beach, Newport Dunes is a great destination for lovers of the sand, surf, and sun. Check out their website.

Features:  Wifi,  paddle boats, access to ocean and bay, exercise room, pedal carts, bike rentals, playground, game room, nature trails, swimming pool, and more.

Cost Per Night: $64-$350

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Shadow Hills RV Resort in Indio, near Palm Springs, California.

Shadow Hills RV Resort – Indio, CA

Outside of Palm Springs, the Shadow Hills RV Resort is populated by both families looking to soak up the desert sun and festival-goers looking for a place to relax between shows. Check out their website.

Features:  Wifi,  paddle boats, swimming pools, game room, recreation hall, exercise room, boating, and more

Cost Per Night: $37-$62

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La Pacifica RV Resort – San Diego (San Ysdiro) 

La Pacifica is centrally located in downtown San Diego, close to major attractions like Balboa Park. Looking for an alternative way to get around? A San Diego trolley stop is 1/2 mile away from the park so visitors can hop on. Due to its proximity to the Marine base, La Pacifica also offers a military discount year-round.

Check out their website.

Features:  Wifi,  laundry, heated pool, recreation hall, RV wash, available kitchens, and more.

Cost Per Night: $28-$38

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Malibu Beach RV Park – Malibu

The breathtaking beauty of Malibu, where many Hollywood-based celebrities stay and play, is its simplicity. Malibu Beach RV Park gives visitors the best of Southern California with ocean activities within reach and sightseeing in Los Angeles just a short drive away.

Check out their website.

Features: Access to swimming, hiking, surfing, fishing, and more. Recreation and game room.Dog walking areas, beach combing, picnic tables, TV room, and more.

Cost Per Night: $70-$210

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Which RV resort strikes your interest? Tell us your favorite in the comments below!

 

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One thought on “Five Breathtaking RV & Motorhome Destinations in SoCal

  1. Great article Aimee! Thanks for combing through tons of campground info to come up with these fantastic “local” So Cal RV campgrounds. This article is very informative – and time-saving. I also like that you included photos and links to the RV campgrounds. Thanks!

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