1 Park near Santee, California
Dec 2015 - $50.00
This is one of the nicest RV Parks in San Diego. Go to their website and do the visual tour. It really is as nice as it appears. The individual sites are spacious and you don't feel crowded. There are different areas where different size rigs can fit in wooded or more open for satellite.
This is about 45 minutes east of downtown San Diego and very easy to get to the attractions.
The staff are wonderful at the reservation/service areas and the host RV families are too. This is our 2nd winter here in San Diego and we find this is our best value as well as natural beauty. I find I can bicycle in the RV park as well as all over the Cuyamaca Mountains and we are very near the Mission Trails Regional Park for hiking and mountain biking. - TexasTomRV
Nov 2015 - $36.00
I would have rated this facility much higher if it wasn't for the bad wireless phone reception (verizon) and internet reception (tengo). I don't know if there is interference from the Marine Air Station directly to the north or what but both were very spotty our entire monthly stay. We really like the rustic feel so close to the city and beaches and the staff is very friendly and attentive. I don't know if we would camp here again because of the poor phone and internet reception. We are full-timers and need those connections. - murphy1
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Nice looking park, with day use area, lakes, etc. No off-leash dog park. Nice sized sites, easy to maneuver. Reviews mentioning ants and dirt on sites are true. Sites are dirty/muddy and would be better with gravel. We had to put hoses/cords up to avoid creating bridges for ants and put diatomaceous earth around our tires/levels to keep them out. Wifi is decent, Tengo. We had AT&T come out and install U-verse for internet broadband and phone, which works well. Verizon coverage is horrible here, luckily we have a Verizon Net Extender that works through the internet cable to give us coverage. Park has mail, laundry, pools, camper access gate with code, etc. Close enough to San Diego metro area, trolley, etc. - ErikaN