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44 RV Parks near San Pasqual, California
We did however find 44 campgrounds within 25 miles of San Pasqual. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near San Pasqual in the left hand column.
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
Nov 2017 - $28.00
The park is a campground, really suited to tenting rather than rv'ing. They definitely need to step up with maintenance if they want me to camp. Trees and shrubs are not trimmed to a safe height or on the sides of the road for rv's to negotiate the road safely. Having damaged the rubber roof on a trailer once and incurred the associated expense I will not be camping there again unless they step up their pruning and do a proper job for rv's. If not then leave this campground to the tenters. - D Miller
Jul 2015 - $50.00
Stayed here for one week in a 43ft Diesel Pusher. There are numerous sections and elevations to this park. It is tucked away and about 13 miles from hwy 78 which goes to the coast (Oceanside-Carlsbad) and IH 5. We normally stay closer in but our regular park was booked.
The only down side to this park is WI-FI and Telephone (Verizon) service. It is extremely week and sometimes unusable and it was a necessary item for us. For that reason alone, I could not stay here again (we work while on the road). I understand it is not totally there fault. We used our own Hot spot. They provide Tengonet for 1 computer and charge for any others. Access to spaces for big rigs is good....they will selectively place you where you will fit. It has many trees available and two ponds, and family friendly. Many travel trailers and permanent residents but the park is very well maintained , clean and manicured. It is easy access from IH 15 and about 12 miles to the north end of Escondido. I could not stay here again because of communication access issues. - Bigdogsolo
Apr 2015 - $40.00
We spent one night at a site that had full hookups. The park was very clean, beautiful and easy to get in and out of. The park allows fishing but no swimming since it's a municipal water source. You can also rent paddle boats and small motor boats but go early because they rent out quickly on the weekend. - Tony ML
Apr 2017 - $45.00
Roads are in terrible shape. Our site was very difficult to back in. Farm animals nearby smelled awful. A run down trailer park not for short term campers. On side of a hill. - Geno1986
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Very nice and quiet. The FHU's are up top unless you're monthly. It's a little tight and laid out somewhat randomly. The dump station is also up top and very inconvenient, and the sign at the dump station apologizes for it. Says it can't be helped. - FLtravelers
Jun 2013 - $40.00
Just stayed 3 nights in a travel trailer at Woods Valley Kampground. We thought we had come to the wrong place at first, but it turned out to be a pretty good little camping spot! We rented spot #P5 which is a full hook-up site and is close to the swimming pool (not intentional, but we had no choice). When we arrived on the Thursday. It seemed like the park was empty except for the permanent residents who take up ALL of roadrunner flats, quail heights, and the area we were in - P. Actually, I think we were the ONLY full hook up spot that was not occupied by a full time resident. Thursday night was super quiet which was a great getaway from the traffic noise in orange county! The manager was great! Very helpful and friendly. Also, that they were trying to "tidy up" the park. Friday morning was blissful and so relaxing but by Friday afternoon an influx of families and children arrived, mostly in tents and travel campers, killing the quietness of the campground. Campers who were behind us in "boomerang" were up Saturday morning at 5:45am letting the kids run free! I'm all for a good time, but 5:45am really? I did venture into the restrooms to wash my hands after packing up, and I'm very glad to report that I have my own bathroom in my trailer to use! A little on the dirty side, but it was Sunday so that may have been why? If you are looking for a little piece and quiet in a relaxing setting, I suggest camping here during the weekdays, which we intend to do next time. And, If you have children, join in the madness on the weekends. It's kid heaven and they will love it. - kiwi14
Sites: 122 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 32 Reviews
Apr 2018 - $24.00
Nestled in the mountains of Ramona California you can find this well kept and clean RV park. Which is only a 45 minute drive to downtown SanDiego. Sites are fairly large for big rigs. They have a pool and hot tub that is kept clean. A large fenced in dog area and a small lake. The new owner is working hard to get the roads in the park repaved. The water pressure on some sites are very low. Laundry room and showers are kept clean. A good bang for your buck. - Big Bruce
Jun 2017 - $11.00
Full hook up all working fine. New Wi-Fi $$$. Friendly staff. They have put a lot of money and time in improvements. Clean and level sites. Will stay again. - garybnkr
Mar 2017 - $45.00
We really liked this place, many large sites, rustic with lots of trees, super friendly and helpful staff. Nice clubhouse with outside gas fire pit, fishing pond, horseshoes, mini-golf, pool and spa, playground, etc. There are many large sites, big rigs in our group had no problems. We will return. Sat TV hard to get in some sites (trees), cable TV is minimal. Wi-Fi at clubhouse worked well. Some road noise, but not bad at night. - Calif Cruiser
Mar 2019 - $45.00
Wee bit close to the noise of I-15, but not obtrusive. Sites are close together, but well maintained and clean. We parked a 40' Jayco without drama. Our particular site was likely one of the best in the park with its extra side room/patio pad. Newer pedestals, well located. Staff was outstanding, check-in process was friendly, quick and efficient. We had a hedge row in our ear on our utilities/hookup side, but not a big deal...just the way it is sometimes with a 40' rig with 3 slide-outs. Escondido is close to activities in the San Diego metro area and only an hour drive to Orange County. - SVLandYacht
Feb 2019 - $60.00
Pads are all concrete, level. Sites are nearby, but separated by landscaping (shrubbery, flowers, etc) which helps. Many full timers, and snowbirds. Laundry, pool, hot tub all clean and in good order. Power posts in good order as well. Excellent cable TV. WiFi available, was good 60% of my usage time, spotty the rest, depending on time of day I was using it. Interstate 15 is nearby enough to be able to hear some highway traffic, but not close enough to be a nuisance. Overall pleasant stay. We would stay here again. - Biggie2016
Oct 2018 - $40.00
My rate was for Monthly stay. Was a Very Nice Place, pool, Showers , Bathroom very clean. Friendly Staff plenty of room for RV - not much of a patio area. Close to I-15 but the noise was very minimal. Close to 2 grocery stores. - MattB
May 2017 - $15.00
I stayed here for a couple months. The roads in the park are a bit narrow and rough for rv's to traverse. In spots they are nearly impassible and heavily rutted. Few spots are level. Mine was so unlevel I could not level my rig. The only internet available was theirs though they told me I would be able to get my own wired -sure, if you want to put up a 30 ft tower for satellite reception as I later found out! Their wifi is highly weak and unreliable and they'll charge you for that. Their laundryroom and single washer and 2 dryers were dirty. My clothes came out smelling worse than they went in. It's 15 mi through the beautiful mtns for shopping and descent food -Escondido. The worse part is they for some reason wanted to keep moving me to a different spot each month. That was maddening. The lease agmt they will want you to sign requires you to waive 1 or more rights. I will never be back and strongly recommend you NOT visit. It's a beautiful area, but I could not find a worthwhile park around for fair value. I would consider another region. Beautiful area, but lousy park. - 2 maybe 3 eagles
Jun 2012 - $40.00
According to the campground's website, they can accommodate trailers and 5th wheels up to 40'. This is simply not true! The road that runs through the campground is steep, winding, and over hung by hundreds of low branches. In retrospect, we should have left as soon as we arrived. The park is old, run down, and covered in red ants and thorns. The fellow campers were noisy and inconsiderate with no supervision from staff. The pool was old and dirty. Several other fellow RV campers we spoke to agreed. The sites are incredibly narrow, close together, not level, and overhung by very low branches. Although we are very experienced in maneuvering our 36' 5th wheel, we struggled to navigate the road through the park and then to get into our narrow site. After positioning our trailer on every leveling block we own, it still was not level because the site was so far sloped. When it was finally time to check out after two nights of very little sleep due to noisy campers that partied until 3 in the morning, we were finally told that the dump station that is listed on their website was not operational. The final straw came when trying to pull out of our pull-through site. Branches and sharp corners blocked by boulders made it almost impossible to navigate our trailer out. After over an hour of trying to maneuver between boulders and branches, our trailer was completely wedged between. We had to call for help and be towed out. Any type of RV, especially one of any length, should never attempt to camp at this campground. Only people in tents, who wish to party all night instead of sleep, should reserve a site at this campground. We will never return! - SoCalRVFamily
Sep 2007 - $30.00
Nice place in the wilderness, lots of shade and trees. No hookups but nice big spaces with picnic tables, great for ourdoor people who don't mind dry camping. There is water in the park and a spigot to fill your RV by the showers. Not much to do but enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery and the sunsets. Dogs loved it. We will be back. - coyotetraveler
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Took our camper out for its maiden voyage here. This place is such a lush little hidden gem right in San Diego. The park itself has three small ponds which are mosquito treated, and the ducks and swans are gorgeous there. They also sound hilarious. The lakeside spot was perfect, great drive thru spots open. The pool is clean and a hub for family and kids. Lots of residents here but they're very friendly. There's an easy hike if you walk to the back of the park and under the gate that rewards you with gorgeous views of Palomar and a few other lovely surprises. There's many old Oak trees and lots of shaded picnic tables. A small church group meets there in a natural outdoor amphitheater, walk up past it and you'll be rewarded with a serene, crystal pond that perfectly reflects all the trees and skies. The camp hostess is a local and she is very professional, knowledgeable, and friendly, and supportive. Note: the drive to get there is pretty tight and windy so sway bars help a lot. If you miss the turnout for the camp entrance don't worry there is a place for you to make a u turn with your rig albeit 3-4 miles down the road both ways. Watch out for military vehicles. - NSvihlDMD
Jun 2017 - $32.00
We booked in advance two nights.We Changed or plans. Camp ground gives no refunds for any reason. We went there. Saw how small the sites were, tried to get a 39ft fifth wheel in, but not enough room to maneuver. Finally insisted o a refund to size of site and conditions. Lady was good to help had to contact manager to do refund. Park is ok for small campers, but it is very old and needs some up grades. Would not go back in a big rig. - wedgedriver
Jul 2016 - $35.00
We stayed for the July 4th weekend and had a great time. The staff was polite and responsive. The bathrooms were clean enough. There were 3 showers for the women but small with no benches or ledges for your things.
The pool was clean and refreshing. We had electricity and water at the campsite, but not septic.
When we made our reservations they said we had to bring our own fire pit, but when we got there, they had put one on our site. Then on the second day they installed a BBQ for cooking near our picnic table, which was nice as we did most of our cooking outdoors.
The only problem we had was with campers next to us. A large party on several sites, they were loud, drinking and using foul language late into the night. Despite having "quiet hour" at 10 PM, no one did a thing, as the office was closed. So we were up late, trying to enjoy our own fire, but had to listen to that late into the night. We especially didn't appreciate our young boys having to endure that kind of language, the topics, etc.
We complained the next day. They were given a warning. We were given a phone number to call/text if it happened again w the promise they'd be 'escorted' out. However the next night it happened again, lasting well past 3 AM. I texted the number they gave us at 1 AM, but once again no enforcement.
We complained the next day and they said they didn't have anyone to patrol the campgrounds at night or enforce the rules because their security guard wanted 40 hours (full time work) but they didn't have a need for that. I asked why they didn't have someone just for the holiday weekend.
All in all, it was a good time despite the lack of sleep due to the lack of enforcement of the rules. - BarbaraD
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Not a bad place but it's dusty and dry. The campground was crowded and noisy with weekender inner-tubers for their 'Lazy River' tube experience. The zip line course was awesome. - Anctmariner17
May 2016 - $27.00
Level dirt sites with lots of oak trees. Sites are spacious. Trees not trimmed well. Big rigs beware. Many hairpin turns to get into camp. Limited sites for large rigs. Low hanging branches. But if you can get in without damaging your rig, the camp (in off season) is quiet. Very rural. Take whatever you need as stores are far away. GPS is so-so to get you there. We used 2 different ones and both would have taken us wacky routes. (From the 15, take the 76 east and you'll be OK.) Note that campground is on the south side of street, not north as more than one GPS shows. No AT&T service, but Verizon is OK. No Wi-Fi. No amenities. Only one restroom for entire camp and it was less-than-stellar. But there are porta-potties in various locations. Probably would not go again. - DrM Traveler
Jul 2009 - $35.00
The GOOD: Tubing down the river was the best part. The people working there were friendly. The BAD: Otherwise the place was full of visitors that can be described as "THUGS FOR LIFE." Campsites were overcrowded. People were chopping wood at 11:30 pm outside our window. Blaring Mexican music was a common occurrence. The bathrooms were filthy. Human excrement in the urinals, which were NOT cleaned. The showers were ONLY cold water with NO shower heads, just a stream shooting out of a straight pipe. There were not nearly enough bathrooms for the number of people in the park. Electrical hookups were shady at best. Our breakers kept popping and it was BARELY enough to keep the RV cool. SUMMATION: We had a good time regardless of the conditions. But I doubt we will be back, as there are plenty of other places in southern California that offer better camping conditions. - lagreca
May 2008 - $25.00
This is perhaps the worst RV park we've stayed at in over two years. Their website gives the false impression of being on Lake Henshaw. Actually, the lake is across the highway and far down the hill. They absolutely will not take reservations and as they told me "You have to defend your space if you leave for the day." When we arrived, I should have realized why they have a large "NO REFUNDS" sign in the office. The clerk showed me a map of 16 hookup spaces that aren't occupied by full timers. We could choose whatever space we wanted that was available. Six of those spaces were on an approx. 10 degree slope and were only above 15 feet long before dropping off to a 30 degree slope. You wouldn't even put a tent on these spaces. Of the other 12 spaces, they were level but short. Our 31 foot RV stuck out about six feet into what would be the driveway (if there was such a thing designated). There was nothing but hard packed dirt with nothing to separate the spaces. If the placed had been full, the spaces would be too narrow to put a table between them. The electrical connection was at the bottom underneath the box? I only discovered it when another camper nearby told me where to look. We had arrived late, so decided to see if it looked any better in the morning. Unfortunately, morning arrived at 6:45 AM when we were awakened with loud Mexican music coming from a full timer across the street. This was the last straw. Even though we paid for two nights, we packed up and left that morning. Remember that they don't give refunds- and now you know why. The bathrooms were dirty with spider webs and discarded cigarettes on the floor. The pool was hopefully not open because the water was dark and dirty. There seemed to be some tent camping sites which seemed better and wee located away from the RV/Mobile Home sites. The entire place is on a steep hill. If you have an RV, stay away from this place!!! - woody5
Jun 2019 - $48.00
What can I say, but a good place to stay in SD area. Staff works wonders in accommodating changes in plans. On more than one occasion I had to extend our stay due to family medical situations, and somehow they were able to make it work. We did have to change sites, but a small inconvenience. The park itself gets better every year. I’ve been coming here for over 20 years and seen it morph from a barren rustic dry camping area to one with full hookups, paved roads and even grassy areas. One thing though, during the dry season ants will be a problem though easily solved with Comet powder cleanser around anything that touches the ground.
Looking forward to our next stay! - Mike51
Jun 2019 - $55.00
We had a ball on site 26 right on the lake, you can fish for cat fish right from your site. Fish later in the evening into dark using chunks of hot dogs or hot links! Cheapest all meat dogs you can find. Don't mess with the catfish baits. Quiet, good camp hosts. Bring your bikes the kids will love it! - baydog
Feb 2019 - $40.00
We have stayed here for 2-4 months at a time for the past 4 years (used to live in the area). Each year the price has gone up with little return invested in the campground areas. A new charge for 2019 is $30 per each indoor cat!! (The charge was removed after I protested that we travel fulltime all over the USA and have never, ever been charged for cats). We have become less and less enamored of this beautiful park that has so much potential to be one of the best, and we've camped in them. The lakes at the south end of the park are lovely and attract water fowl. Overall, the campground seems best suited for short term use and for families. The playground areas have been upgraded and picnic areas for large groups are available for rent. The lakes are periodically stocked for fishermen. At the campground end of the park, things are not so great. The roads are rough and sites are gritty sand, like in state parks. (This winter the swimming pool and hot tub finally received a facelift but the shower and restrooms remain old and tired, like state campgrounds). The most annoying thing: no Verizon cell phone service and spotty AT&T north of the cabins. This year the park did add Tengointernet WiFi ($0 to $39 a month). Volunteer staff remains very friendly and they clean up the vacated sites. Office staff is professional. After hours, there is a hotline for security but the one time that we needed them this year, they didn't answer the phone so we left a message and then drove through the park without finding anyone. We reported it to the office the next day and were told that security had investigated the situation (obviously without informing us). We're friendly folks and overlook some inconveniences like noisy, partying neighbors late into the night and messy sites, but it seems like over time, the park has added more rules but doesn't enforce them. Sites very in size, the largest in the northern end. Smallest around lakes. - The Strongs