A beautiful and spacious RV Park surrounded by San Diego’s beautiful Mission Bay… The location just doesn’t get any better! Easy access to I-5 makes it convenient no matter where you want to go. A few minutes to Old Town, Sea World, San Diego Zoo, Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial, Sunset Cliffs and so much more! The area attractions surrounding Mission Bay RV Park are endless, making this a great location for your “home” base during Winter and the perfect Summer vacation.
Big rig, pet and family friendly, this well-maintained RV Park welcomes you to the warm and wonderful San Diego, California, area. Spring getaways, summer vacations, fall breaks or winter hideaways—this San Diego RV Park is the perfect place to be in the midst of it all. Take a virtual tour of the beautiful Mission Bay RV Resort and see for yourself.
Cable TV and Wi-Fi are provided for your convenience. Amenities include Bathhouses, Laundry Facilities, and Snack Shack, with planned Seasonal Activities and Events for our Guests’ enjoyment.
The Sandy Beaches of the Bay are accessible from the RV Park. Relax, Swim, Fish or use our Boat Launch Ramp. Jet Skis are available to rent for a fun day out on beautiful Mission Bay…
Mission Bay Park—The largest man-made aquatic park in the country, offering a wide range of recreational activities including walking and jogging paths, and playgrounds for children. It is one of San Diego’s most popular locations to fly a kite, picnic or sail a model yacht. Fire rings make it possible to cook out and stay warm.
Mission Beach—Nestled between Pacific Beach on the north side, and Belmont Park on its southern side, Mission Beach offers a lively and robust variety of activities in the sun, surf and sand
San Diego Zoo & Safari Park—Visit many different animal zones and see animals in their natural habitats. It’s an amazing experience that will remain as a favorite memory.
SeaWorld San Diego—The perfect place for animal lovers, thrill seekers and kids of all ages. Different attractions and events are held throughout the year.
Balboa Park—An urban cultural park. In addition to open space areas, natural vegetation green belts, gardens and walking paths, it contains museums, several theaters and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
Gaslamp Quarter—Transformed into a premier shopping, dining and entertainment district. With over 200 restaurants, bars, nightclubs and lounges, and countless boutiques, art galleries and shops, the Gaslamp has established itself both as the playground of hip, eclectic San Diegans and as an elite urban destination.