San Diego RV Resort: Your Fall and Winter Getaway Headquarters

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October 27, 2017

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RV San Diego – your getaway starts here.

Did you know that San Diego had a record number of visitors in 2016 at nearly 35 million people? The city is irresistible for its great year-round weather (the average temperature in November ranges from 67 to 71 degrees!) and incredible array of must-see spots and must-do activities. More and more visitors are choosing San Diego RV Resort as their San Diego headquarters. Conveniently located in La Mesa, the resort offers beautiful grounds with an array of desirable on-site amenities. But ask those who have stayed here and they’ll tell you that one particular feature stands out: the trolley stop next door.

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A hop, skip and jump to the trolley

Go ahead and leave your car parked next to your RV—or in your garage at home! The San Diego Trolley’s Green Line is footsteps from the San Diego RV resort, putting all the best of the city at visitors’ fingertips with 53 different routes. Hop on and go just about anywhere without having to get in the car or call an Uber.

A fun and easy way to travel, the Trolley can take you to San Diego landmarks such as Old Town, where some of the city’s best fine dining, unique shopping experiences, and historic sites await. Or you can ride it to Qualcomm Stadium for a San Diego State University Aztecs game or the Holiday Bowl, and to Petco Park during baseball season, eliminating the hassle of stadium parking.

Head Downtown for a taste of the old country in Little Italy and to explore the popular Gaslamp Quarter. This unique, historic area features restaurants spanning every type of cuisine. A few blocks away are the shops, cafés, and family-friendly activities of Seaport Village, with street artists, live music, and the famed Looff Carousel, dating back to 1895. The USS Midway aircraft carrier is also docked here, and its museum is worthy of exploration.

Connect with the Coaster Train to access North County San Diego’s beaches and the coastline. You may want to make Balboa Park, home to the famous San Diego Zoo, significant buildings, and 15 different museums, your first stop. U.S. News & World Report named it No. 1 on the list of “Best Things to Do in San Diego.” SeaWorld also tops travelers’ list of must-visit spots.

RV San diegoRV San Diego escape: Making a plan

With so much to do as you RV San Diego, it can be overwhelming to plan your day, which is why guests at San Diego RV Resort appreciate our five-day itinerary, allowing enough time to also explore the resort. Widely considered one of the best RV parks in San Diego, it has 174 full hookup sites and resort-style amenities, including a fitness center, newly remodeled game and TV room with a pool table, pool and spa, a spacious meeting and club room, a pet walking area, and Sunland’s renowned outstanding guest services.

For more information and to reserve a stay at San Diego RV Resort, call 877-717-6667.

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