Campland on the Bay: amenities, activities, action!

San Diego, Calif. – Campland on the Bay has it all – location, action and relaxation. With a hard-to-beat bayfront location, this unique park on the shores of Mission Bay literally has something for everyone.
It’s easy to see why USA Today recently named it among the nation’s top 10 urban campgrounds. Or why it has repeatedly been voted San Diego’s best campground in local readers’ polls. Kids run (and bike and skate) through the campground with fast-found friends, playing games and sports, exploring and experiencing a sense of safety and independence that’s rare today.
This full-service, waterfront RV and tent-camping playground features a full marina, year-round calendar of activities including sports, games and crafts, a skate park, playground, game room, performance stage, gym, basketball courts and horseshoes arena. Campers can rent a variety of water toys from stand-up paddleboards and kayaks to ski boats and wave runners.
Families gather at the campsite for dinner and share stories from their day, relaxing before the evening’s live band or performance activities begin. Weekends, and every day in the summer, the day’s fun is capped by a front-row seat to fireworks by Sea World, located just across the water.
Campland is centrally located in San Diego just a few minutes’ drive of Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo, downtown and harbor, Sea World and Legoland. Most campers choose to just embrace the “Campland experience” and spend all of their time at the park, which has a market, laundry, and the tasty Hungry Wolf Café and Ice Cream Parlor.
This isn’t traditional camping. It’s Campland on the Bay!
Visit http://www.campland.com to learn more or call 1-800-4-BAYFUN to book your own Campland experience and discover for yourself why it’s San Diego’s most popular campground.

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