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24 RV Parks near National City, California
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of National City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near National City in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $72.00
A true treasure in the San Diego area. Wide and well layout spaces, both back-in and pull-thru with a combination of gravel and concrete. Ample laundry facilities, nice pool and attached hot tub. Price reflects the San Diego market and while more pricey than our norm, it represents a good value. They also honor Passport America on weekdays from April to October and will allow you to arrive on the weekend at the higher rate and let you change the rate on weekdays. Very nice. - Dunwoodyradio
Mar 2018 - $60.00
We stayed in site 97. A deluxe back in site. Park is clean and easy to navigate. Sites are fairly close together, but we have seen worse. Cabel tv requires a small cable box (free). Internet was good. Appears to be many full timers, but not a problem for us. - R&M
May 2017 - $30.00
park roads are paved and wide enough to navigate without issue. Sites are small, all sites are concrete pads, Site was level. Pool is heated. There are a lot of semi-permanent residents living in fifth wheels. All residents are very quite and friendly. Rv park is neat, clean, and well maintained. We camped for a month in a 40 foot MH. Rate we paid is based on monthly cost. - Lama79
Dec 2013 - $31.00
We enjoyed our week here as it is a safe and decent campground for area visitors. It is not the kind of CG for lounging in your site, etc. The woman running the place is terrific and helpful. The main problem here is that there is no sewer hook-up, so come with empty tanks. If you stay for a week you will get honey bucket service at no additional fee. They come around 9 a.m. on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. It is probably the best deal for camping on the entire San Diego coast. - nmunozjr
Mar 2010 - $35.00
Very basic park with gravel drives and sites. Lots of big shade trees, clean and well kept. Quiet even though it was in between a busy street and the 5 Fwy. Owner/Host very friendly and accommodating. No sewer hookups but rest stop north on the 5 has two free dump stations. We stayed here for a dog show at Del Mar fairgrounds. Much better than the full hookup sites that we saw at the fairgrounds. We will stay here again. - MarvMarvs
May 2009 - $35.00
Simple park, we were told where to park which did not accommodate our trailer due to the trees being too low (a/c unit) and too narrow for space which we could not open awning. The great thing was its close proximity to the beach and highway access. Diesel fuel stations close by not RV friendly. There are no sewer hook ups, but there is a mobile service which visits twice a week. Our trailer was 27' in length and the spot given should be for parking a vehicle. We had to park a certain direction with the door on the left into a tree and the slide on the right inches from the other tree. There were other spots available not sure why we had to be placed there. Parking our vehicle was difficult when other rigs were there. Having to wait on dump service before travel was not worth it for the time we spent. No fire pits all gravel but level. There are no restroom facilities no playground for children. - reymer
Apr 2017 - $35.00
This is what I call Sardine camping, when there is an event going on you will be so tight that you can hear your neighbor %*#+. We were here for a car show event, so it was tight to say the least and after the event everybody left and it became more relaxed . One thing I did notice was the people that work here have no respect for the dust that they create or how fast they drive by this motorhome area. The manager said the speed is 10 miles an hour, but I have seen some going at least 30 and the dust boiling. I've said it before; convenience has a price. Since we were going to be in the area, we stayed here another six days. Other than the workers driving by fast, it was nice after the crowds left . Other than an event being here and being part of the event, I would not camp here. Our utilities were accessible; some of the 30 amp plugs were falling apart, don't know what was going on there. Our sewer outlet was convenient, but I know that some other campers could not reach their sewer outlet with their hose. I was told that the RV park is not accessible from late May through September due to workers at the fairgrounds etc. We will probably have to stay here again some time due to the fact we will be part of the event going on. Other than that, I would not come back. - monaco cruiser
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Just a gem of a county park. Clean and well maintained. The site was easy to back into with the RV. Too bad it rained heavily for 2 of the 6 days we were there. Still it was sheltered and quiet. We would go back again if we were in the area. - Shacky
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Nice Park in Ramona. Great for quick trip out of San Diego. Small town of Ramona has everything you need just a few miles away. The campground has lots of trees and some hiking trails. - Californication
Nov 2013 - $29.00
We stay in this park every year for the Thanksgiving weekend, and love it every time. We reserve early, so we get the site we like, which is more private than some of the other sites, which would work good for a group. The campground rangers (yes, they are rangers, not hosts) put on great programs for the kids, including night walks, bouncy ball games, and various crafts, as well as evening slide presentations; reminds me of the old days of camping when I was a kid!! The facilities are always spotless, the people friendly, and the location of the park is ideal for trips to the mountains, or down to San Diego to visit the waterfront or the zoo. And, don't miss the cinnamon rolls at the Ramona Cafe, down in town. - Campfamily123