There are not many sites to the campground, so reserve several months in advance to get a good spot. Beach is essentially a private beach. Most let their dogs off leash to go play, as during peak season driving on the beach there is prohibited. For a cozy campground, most campers are friendly and respectful of others. When the weather is nice and wind is blowing, the campground comes alive with kites, windsocks and other wind related decorations being flown from most campsites. It’s quite the experience.
Right on the ocean at Pacific Beach, this campground is small, but so close to the water. The sand is wonderful & the views are magnificent! No sewer or water hookups & no campfires except on the beach. Totally worth the visit!
on the one hand- beach! on the other hand- pretty barren camp offerings. kind of just a parking lot on the bluff. The beach is… beachy- not as amazing as some in the vicinity. Still a nice accessible way to wake up at the coast. They say this is an amazing place to go clamming, but we haven't tried it yet. We fried up some fish (another perk of living outdoors= no fishy kitchen).
We stay here in the winter often. The campground is clean quiet and right next to the beach. If you love the sound of the waves you will sleep well here! Our dogs love to run up and down the beaches!
This is a fairly large site with some yurt and walk in campsite options, besides the normal type of spots. This campsite gives you open access to the beach. Though there are many better and more remote coastal campsites, don't pass this one up if your looking for simplicity.
Our Trip down the coast ended at Pacific Beach Washington, camp or rent a cottage and walk off deck to your own private ocean front spot!! Beautiful sunsets, though the coast can be cold certain times of the year I love the Pacific Ocean!!
One of our faves. Doesn't matter what the weather if you are in an rv, you are right on the Pacific Ocean! Front row view. No water hookups or campfires in sites, but you can have a campfire on the beach nice tiny town to walk up the hill to shop or get coffee. Campsites here are not private, but very close together with no bushes or trees. Wouldn't have dreamed of camping here with little kids and a tent, but since getting an RV, this is our favorite spot.