3 Parks near Chula Vista, California
May 2013 - $23.00
We like to stop here to begin and end our summer travels. Great shopping in area and close to 805 freeway. While it is basically one BIG huge parking lot with designated RV spaces which are very narrow. They have set up a very nice pavilion with tables and barbeque along with a cozy "campfire" area for Elk travelers. Cable TV is currently not available. . . . hopefully they will find another supplier. - Skyzie
Jan 2013 - $23.00
An Elks only RV park with parking on slightly tilted asphalt. Easy leveling, just not dead flat. Sites are around edge of parking lot and have a slight wedge shape. Most are wide enough for all but the biggest rigs. Our 43' 4 slide goes to the painted lines on both sides. During our stay there were enough empty spaces to park every other site and have plenty of room between rigs. Host on site. Another fine Elks member benefit. - Bucky Beaver
Apr 2016 - $72.00
Excellent RV Resort overall. Lovely environment, good sized sites with privacy, very clean bathrooms, and outdoor dog washing stations with warm water! This is a very well run RV Resort and will definitely stay here again. - Jac RV
Apr 2016 - $77.00
This park is nicely landscaped, with 4' tall hedges between most sites (the sites are pretty close together, but the hedges help give you some privacy). The pool is medium sized, with nice chairs, loungers and unique wooded 'glide' chairs with tables for 2-4 people.
The location is good, on the Marina and a little less than a 1 mile walk to the San Diego light rail system, which gives you great access to many places in San Diego. We took it to Balboa park, and the Gaslamp district. The RV Park office staff was pleasant and can tell you how to get to various places in town. There was a 'happy hour' party on Friday afternoon that included a good guitarist/singer for a couple of hours. We enjoyed that.
A few negatives: The wifi was pointless - we were disconnected every 5-10 minutes. This was from two different laptops, and from the number of personal hotspots we detected it was obvious everyone else had the same problem.
We paid extra for one of the premium sites at the edge of the park. The good news was that we had a nice view of a park and the marina out the back window of our 5th wheel instead of a neighboring rig. The bad news was that the park/marina has a number of 15' tall, very bright lights that stay on all night, including one right over our site (#60). So our trailer was flooded with light all night - we have black out curtains in our bedroom but the light still came in through the roof vent.
The other issue with the neighboring park is that sometimes public events are held there. In our case a 5k fun run was held on Sunday, April 17th. The run wasn't a problem, but the after-run party at the park meant that the day was spent listening to loud music and public address announcements. Depending how that might affect your enjoyment, you should check the park schedule for similar events. - Bitbucket
Apr 2016 - $83.00
If you have a 45 foot coach and tow, forget this place.
This was designed for 38 foot rvs with no slides. Was very tight and parking was two blocks away from your home. A nice location right on the park bay front. Nice hedges between tight pads, but this takes away from the space with 4 slides and a tow. They should redesign a large part of the park as space was complained by all we met. - vern bauch
May 2016 - $69.00
We stayed at the San Diego KOA in May. The check-in was fast the young person at the counter was friendly and helpful. We had a deluxe site with a patio, table and firepit. The sites are close together but not to bad. We had grass and the sites are all paved or have concrete to park on. The interior can be a little tight so you must be careful and because many of the sites are short vehicles park in designated spots in the roadway. The park was not full while we were there so it was pretty quite, but do expect helicopters from the Navy base to fly over all day and night and they are quite loud. If you have kids there are lots of things for them to do. There is a lot of shopping in the area. The Midway museum and other sites are only about 20 minutes away. The park was very clean and all utilities worked well. price paid was good for the area. We will return. - blowing weeds
Apr 2016 - $60.00
Great park! Lots of activities for the grandkids, nice cafe with great food. Park clean well manicured, staff all outstanding. Great dog park. Stayed 3 nights wish we ciuld have stayed 3 more! Will definitely stay there again! - Cgates
Mar 2016 - $59.00
Remains one of the finest RV parks in the country. Park has a professional and most supportive staff. We felt welcome. Facility is clean and well maintained. There was plenty of space for entrancing and exiting with our 31' trailer. We enjoyed the many facilities. Evenings at the cafe were a nice social event, and we celebrated St. Patrick's Day with many others kampers. We had several Amazon packages delivered, and the office quickly notified us of the arrival. The dog park has two large sections, and the park provides bags. The entire park is a great place to take long walks. Tengo WiFi is available, but, as we find at most parks, it is slow and hard to connect. We enjoyed using the gas grill in the Kamper Kitchen. For the first time when visiting, more than once, we got a strong odor of sewer gas at our site as there was a system vent close by. - GKLott