Date of Stay: August, 2007
Excellent! This Santa Fe RV Park has it all. Although they don't have sites made for 40's, they have spaces that will accommodate them. This is the first time we have stayed here and have extended our stay twice, so far. The pool is big and not crowded, the clubhouse has a pool table and ping pong table. Also in the clubhouse is a mini gym and a room with a big screen TV. Located all in same building is the 2 dozen washers and dryers. I really like the way they have this laundry room set up as it takes a money card that you 'load-up' either in the laundry room with a credit card or in the front office with cash. This money card can be used in the soda machines and it also lets you into the restrooms. The restrooms are large and very clean. The one and only reason this one didn't receive a 10 is its location to the freeway, which after a day or two disappears into the background. Santa Fe RV Park is 5 minutes from Pacific Beach, 10 minutes from Sea World and maybe 10 minutes from Seaport Village and Downtown. Also located 5 minutes from La Jolla, the jewel of Pacific Coast with its children's cove beach.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
Quite simply, this place stinks. Stalag 13. It's just like a prison with all the guards and security fences.They even charge for visitors. The worst part is they towed my truck which was clearly in a marked Disabled parking space. I retrieved my truck from the tow yard free of charge and informed the San Diego Police and two local TV stations of the incident. While I was in the office explaining about the Disabled space, another camper came in and complained about the $50 ticket one of the security guard had just given him for rinsing off his dog with his outside shower hose. I have already told all of my friends and hope this note gets to every camper wanting to have a good camp out. Don't camp at Mission Bay RV Park.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
This is by far the best campground we have ever stayed at. We have been camping in our Motorhomes for over 6 years now. We have stayed at Campland On The Bay many times. And Campland On The Bay in San Diego, California has some of the best maintained sites around. Not to give away any secrets, but the Supersite is to die for with it's own jacuzzi and privacy fence right on the bay. From Vero Beach Florida to Diamond Lake, Oregon. We have had some pretty bad experiences (during summer when it's usually packed with kids) no duh! It's summer time. Summer, kids, they kind of go together. Stop whining, if you don't like kids, don't camp at Campland On The Bay because it is a family campground. I don't have and never have had any children. One thing I do realize though, is kids and fun go together. And skateboards are fun. Although noisy, none the less, fun. By the way, the speed limit in the park is 5MPH. One of the best parts about Campland On The Bay, is it's centrally located to Sea World, the World Famous San Diego Zoo and the Wild Animal Park. One more tip. The next time you find yourself parked next to a 1976 bus/motorhome, try talking to your neighbor, you just might find out you like them and end up having a little fun. Kudo's to everyone at Campland On The Bay.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
This place is great. We've never had a problem that couldn't be solved by the nice staff. We even broke down, (new RV), right in the check-in lane one time. The staff directed other campers around us as we waited for AAA. The problem was solved and we moved on to our site with no other incidents. The campground is well kept and they have a 2 acre dirt lot just for the KOA Chula Vista campers in the back of the campground with a baseball diamond. And they give hayrides on the summer weekends. Great area if you're looking to do some shopping in Tijuana.
Date of Stay: January, 2007
Expensive. But exquisite. Beautiful views. Right next to a huge marina which shares the showers, laundry room, and weight/training room. Wide campsites and most are pull through. Has it's own store and community room. Just outside the fence is a public park with lots of boats and kayaks for sight seeing. There's even a pier to fish from and a little shopping mall with a couple of restaurants.