Standard (tent/RV)
Dispersed
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Kumeyaay Lake Campground - Mission Trails Park
Price
$24.00
Operator
County
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Kumeyaay Lake Campground - Mission Trails Park is located in California
Latitude
32.8398 N
Longitude
-117.0336 W
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16 Reviews of Kumeyaay Lake Campground - Mission Trails Park
Fun if you want to hike

Lots of trails to hike. Family friendly.

Close and Friendly

No hookups here but they have great clean bathrooms and hot showers. Lots of hiking/biking straight from your campsite. This place is a jem, being so close to most parts of San Diego. The two biggest drawbacks are 1) overnight camping is only Friday and Saturday nights, but they’re looking to extend that in the future. 2) Leave the booze at home; since this is a SD park there is no alcohol allowed. Great family camping though!

Good for family camping

When I went there were children everywhere and all campsites were right on the main road. Everyone was super friendly and trails are beautiful

Good for multi family camping

When I went there were children everywhere and all campsites were right on the main road. Everyone was super friendly and trails are beautiful

decent, close, nature

this is a good spot for close to town camping. you can only camp on weekends tho. the park, Mission Trails, has a TON of hiking and mountain biking trails with some great views. restrooms/showers are alright, most sites have zero shade. reserve early. lots of obnoxious "campers" with radios, drones, kids on hoverboards playing on their phones, noisy generators and all the usual BS that goes with RV people. but, once you get out into the trails and areas out of earshot of the campground, Mission is really great.

Great location

Perfect campground located right in San Diego. Great for families with small kids and there are many close trails. There is something for everyone. bring a picnic to eat by the dam and let the kids explore. but beware of rattlesnakes. they are everywhere during the summer.

Weekend campground

Great if you enjoy hiking. Alot of kids. Showers/bathrooms er are fine.

Wilderness of San Diego “city”

Great location for prepping someone prior to “roughing” it. There’s showers, and toilets, but no electricity. Boy/Girl Scouts and families with kids and dogs are here often. It’s only open on the weekend. Great hiking trails - people start running before dawn

Good weekend spot

We camped there on a Friday and Saturday. It was pretty easy finding a spot and the bathrooms are clean. There were lots of families, especially on Saturday so it was a bit noisey. Still it was a good get away in the city.

First time visitor

we stayed for one night and there was plenty of room at our site. The site was great and the showers and bathrooms were a big plus Reservations were easy to make.