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Old 03-17-2014, 04:04 PM   #1
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Question RV Park in the San Diego, CA Area

We are planning drive to San Diego in November/14 to take a cruise and looking for a park for about 2 months. Just in the planning stages but have been told these parks fill up so want to get our ducks in a row early.
Been using RV Park Reviews but any local knowledge is appreciated.
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We are planning drive to San Diego in November/14 to take a cruise and looking for a park for about 2 months. Just in the planning stages but have been told these parks fill up so want to get our ducks in a row early.
Been using RV Park Reviews but any local knowledge is appreciated.
We have stayed at this RV park several times and find it very nice and secure. So if you have to leave your coach there for a few weeks, you won't have to worry about it. Also it's just a stones throw from downtown San Diego where you will most likely be boarding your cruise line.

San Diego, CA Mission Bay RV Resort Park Map Rates

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San Diego County parks are good as is Chula Vista Marina RV Park. Also a San Diego KOA is in Chula Vista. I know the KOA has an RV storage area (at least they did when I lived down there several years ago).
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Thank you for your help. I would likely not have found these sites on my own.
The reviews on the KOA actually sound pretty good so given the fact they have on site storage, we will likely book there.

Thanks again,,,,,
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I would stay at Bernardo Shores at the end of the Coronado Silver Strand in Imperial Beach. Very nice and secure.

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We were at Mission Bay RV Resort for a week over Xmas last December and it was perfect for what we were looking for.
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Santee Lakes also has on site storage. Nice county park
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Bernardo Shores, then Chula Vista RV, then Mission Bay. Stayed in all of them. Bernardo Shores is right on the edge of the Silver Strand between Imperial Beach & Coronado. It's an adult park. Sites are much larger and park is much quieter. It is one of my absolute favorite parks in California.
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Bernardo Shores, then Chula Vista RV, then Mission Bay. Stayed in all of them. Bernardo Shores is right on the edge of the Silver Strand between Imperial Beach & Coronado. It's an adult park. Sites are much larger and park is much quieter. It is one of my absolute favorite parks in California.
i am with biosensai. having stayed at all three, would re-order the list to be….
(1) Bernardo Shores, then (2) Mission Bay, then (3) Chula Vista. have also stayed at San Diego RV Resort and would not even put it on the list of places to stay. if you like a large site and quiet, you'll like Bernardo Shores (55+ only) and if you like a small site and not so quiet, you'll like Mission Bay & Chula Vista

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+1 for Bernardo Shores, Imperial Beach. $975 - 1045 month. Quiet, convenient, huge sites. Hidden Gem.
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