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Generators mask the sound of the ocean more than the sound of the road. Not on the ocean, but up above from it. If your lookin for a quite spot, this isn't it.
Campsites are well spaced clean awesome showers are hot. Staff is super cool. Town is close camp host is cool. Going back as soon as they reopen
I took my family here for a 5 night stay during the week from Sunday to Friday.
Although the park itself is clean and rangers are nice I did not feel safe with the amount of permanent campers and sketchy characters camping here. There were mostly beat up rv’s with beat up cars next to them and…
My family and I came here for a quick end of year camping trip. We wanted something close to home, but able to get away. In this, the campground excels. It’s literally five minutes away from civilization, which we took advantage of on several occasions.
The campground is well maintained, the staff…
I pulled into this campground with our camper van that had no bathroom. The camp host said they typically only rent to RVs with a bath, but they let us stay anyways! Super friendly and accommodating to us. Clean facilities, not much of a view.
Campground is well taken care of and quiet. There is some road noise in the snowberry loop at the top.
Enjoyed all of it. Basic simple no drama easy kicked back
Little quaint to the huge lake that u encounter fun enjoyed every minute. Made some friends.
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Great time “glamping”. Close to home with all the amenities!
Group of 5 stayed in 2 tents (site 4) and had plenty of room. Had a picnic at the park area for lunch, rented a small motor boat for an hour for a quick lap around the lake (no swimming). Camp site was large, and bathrooms were clean. We encountered some bees at our site, only issue keeping it…
We have stayed at San Onofre State Beach a couple times. The campground is on the bluffs, and nearby Old Man's beach has some of the best beginner's surfing waves in Southern California. The day use area gets crowded quickly during the summer, so be sure to arrive early. If you don't want to camp…
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We've been staying at San Clemente State Beach for more than 30 years now, and it's always an enjoyable time. The beach is great for surfing and boogie boarding, with the famous Trestles surfing spot located about 2 miles away.
San Clemente State Beach is a pretty large campground with lots…
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We love going to Doheny, but it's hard to get a camping spot here. The campground is right on the beach, where you'll find some of the best longboard surfing in OC. Lots of places to rent kayaks and paddle boards, and the onsite Cafe del Sol has pretty good food and drinks. Keep in mind that this…
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Limited FHU sites one is extremely lucky to find one available. Honey wagon is $25.00 per dump. 50 year old buildings in need of repairs as well as the electric wires ( OLD aluminum) bathrooms are old and drain covers are loose ( hazardous situation if barefooted in shower) informed maintenance and…
Several years ago this was a great park and affordable ( with a passport America discount) lately all RV parks have raised the rates. Now this one is out of my comfort zone 7 days is over $200.00. They sell sites for $80,000 and still owners pay $500 a month for site. Lousy location! Far from what…