This is a very clean and well maintained park with a lot of amenities.This place is very family oriented and the staff is very nice. This location is close to good shopping and great dining options.We stayed in spot 2118 and it had a nice view of the bay.Be fully aware that these spaces can be very tight, overall we will stay again
So we just spent 4 days here in late October and the weather was 85 degrees! We were right on the water. These spots usually run 300$ plus a night at the peak season.. but the winter rate is 100.. This place has everything on site.. even a smalll store with all the essentials (kinda pricey) the showers are clean and plenty of hot water.. they have coffee in the general store.. I’m not sure I’d spend $300 a night in the summer .. but definitely $100 in the off season..
Close to the beach and restaurants
My favorite RV resort. Located in the back bay of Newport Harbor ND has it all. This place is super clean and super accomodating. They have cottages for rent if needed and you can have up to 1 tent on an RV spot. Bike trails for the kids and Balboa Island is just right down the way. Expensive but well worth it.
This campground has small sites like most RV parks do, but there was a lot of fun things to do with the kids. They had a movie on the beach when we were there, and fun water toys out. It was rather expensive though.
I hope you like cozy. Neighbor in campsite next to us yapped his belligerent drunken mouth all weekend.
stayed here in an rv. plenty of amenities, embarrassed to admit I used the pool with a perfectly good beach right there lol cl an large pool. used our own kayak in the bay.. quite a workout! evenings on the beach were nice as a lot of folks head back to the comforts of their campers. sites are close together as in all rv parks but everyone seems to respect the quiet hours.
We stay here every year. They have activities for the kids like arts and crafts, an inflatable obstacle course or you can rent paddle boards or watch a movie on the beach. There are fantastic running/bike trails along the Back Bay. The campground is clean and right on the beach.
Have camped at new port dunes several times, they have a beach front for group tent camping on the sand, and also have tent camping in the resort. You can camp with RV's, Trailers, tents, and they also rent out cabins. In the middle of the lagoon they have blow up obstacle in the water to climb on.. great place to relax. It's pretty pricey because it's a resort but well worth the trip.