If you live in a bone-chillingly frigid environment during the cold months, it may be nice to find somewhere packed with family fun, but where the climate stays on the mild side. There are many online resources available to help you find the right RV park for your cold-weather escape, but we have a few ideas as well. For instance, the San Diego area provides some nice RV parks that are on the beach (or close to the beach) that could be just exactly what you're hoping for. Here are a few different places to park your motorhome while you take the relaxing time to thaw out:
Paradise by the Sea – This resort is one of the highest-rated RV parks on the California coast, and boasts the title of “Southern California’s Only Beach RV Resort.” The resort-style pool and hot tub are just a couple of the great amenities that are offered at this San Diego North Shore beachside RV park. There are coin-operated washers and dryers available, as well as free HD cable TV and Wi-Fi. The beach entrance is easily accessed and the climate in San Diego is wonderful year-round. There are fire rings and patio furniture that can be enjoyed by travelers on those cool nights. The winter rates run from $65-90 a night (with discounts for longer stays), and reservations can be made online.
Mission Bay RV Resort – This beautiful, pet-friendly RV park is surrounded by the waters and action of Mission Bay in San Diego. It is a facility with 24-hour security. There are full hookups and 50 RV sites. Cable TV and Wi-Fi is provided, as well. There are numerous amenities, including bathhouses, laundry rooms and a snack shack. The beaches of the bay are easily reachable from the park. There is even a boat ramp and Jet Ski rentals close by. Reservations can be made online and rates range between $60-$105 a night.
Campland on the Bay – Campland is conveniently located on the shores of Mission Bay. It opened up in 1969, and is considered part of the Mission Bay Park. The campground is so close to SeaWorld that you can watch their fireworks display each night, right from your site. There are all kinds of great amenities, including swimming pools, Jacuzzis, bathrooms and showers, a marina, bike and Jet Ski rentals, and more. In addition to these attractive features, Campland overlooks the Kendall Frost Wildlife Preserve. This is a great place for birding enthusiast to see all kinds of egrets, black-crowned night herons and other birds. The prices vary for different spots in the park, as well as what time of the year you are there. The winter rates run from $45 – 323, depending on the type of site you want.
These are just a few of the many RV parks in the San Diego area. No matter where you choose to park your rental RV, you’ll be close to the beach, which is a big deal for most coastal campers.
There are beautiful RV parks all over the country that are enjoyable, no matter what time you go there! Be sure to look online for other parks, special promotions and locations before you set out for your sunny getaway.