Mike R.
Chula Vista , CA
Joined May 2019
Jeeping camping enthusiast with a Rpod 180.
The Mountains!

Pretty nice but quite tight resort with many permanent or semi-permanent residents. The RV Park is co located with a marina on the lake offering boat rentals and cruises on their Pirate Ship. Bathrooms are clean but they do charge for showers at 25cents per three minutes. They collect garbage daily curbside! The cable TV does not work and we were informed (after checking in) that it will not be fixed, and there is no RF tv in the mountain basin. Bring your satellite dish if you have one. It was difficult to use the dump hookups as they’re elevated about a foot off the ground so I had to lift the hose off my support snake many times. The sites are very small and close and I don’t know how some of the larger coaches got into their spaces.

Loved this Park! It’s a come-back.

Very nice and clean park. The older side arranged in semi circles has larger spaces, but the newer side is really nice. We ha a pull through with full hookups. The staff is very friendly, and on arrival we were escorted to our space. Very nice showers and laundry houses - the showers are individually lockable. My only complaint was that the electrical pedestal was very low making my surge protector lay on the ground, and the night time security lights are way too bright. But yes, we would happily stay again.

Great RV Park - We love it!

Very clean and well maintained but rather small RV park collocated with a nice marina. This is a military installation so it’s not open to the public. This is our go to staycation place on San Diego bay. Close enough to Coronado but far enough to be secluded. 20/30/50 amp power, water, and cable TV connections on the pedestals. Most spaces are back-in, but some are pull-through. Pet friendly with disposal stations, and the park has a nice mini-mart.

Great RV Park - We love it!

Very clean and well maintained but rather small RV park collocated with a nice marina. This is a military installation so it’s not open to the public. This is our go to staycation place on San Diego bay. Close enough to Coronado but far enough to be secluded. 20/30/50 amp power, water, and cable TV connections on the pedestals. Most spaces are back-in, but some are pull-through. Pet friendly with disposal stations, and the park has a nice mini-mart.