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35 RV Parks near Wildomar, California
We did however find 35 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wildomar. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wildomar in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $45.00
We hosted our FMCA group at Pala. Staff were amazing and the facility is gorgeous. Highly recommend this park. - Doogiesmom
Aug 2018 - $54.00
This is a nice park and the rate is excellent for this area. But on nights the casino has special events the price for our site went up to $90 dollars. On weekends the price goes up to $70 for our site. Also the road to the park is very winding and narrow in some areas. Surrounding mountains and morning marine layer with nice cool mornings. Great park but can be pricey. - Diceman1036248
Jul 2018 - $69.00
This RV resort is only a few years old and is a HOT spot for summer activities and the Pala Casino. We stayed here for 2 weeks and really enjoyed it. As busy as it was and as many dogs as there were, the grounds were immaculate. The have a shuttle that will take you back and forth to the casino. Oceanside Beach is about 40 mins to the west, Temecula is approx 20-30 mins and Julian was about 45 mins. We even drove down to La Jolla for the tide pools which was about 1.5 hours south including traffic. or 1.5 hours north west to Huntington Beach. All easy day trips. There are also several fruit stands near by. - These Itchy Feet - gottakeepmoving
Feb 2014 - $20.00
Rate is Passport America. Can accommodate RV's up to 30'. This is hard seal camping in a secure, gated carpark at the back of a large mobile home complex. The complex is clean and tidy and the people friendly. Full lookups but the restrooms nearby were locked. We were asked if we were self sufficient for restrooms and so I don't know if they are ever used. A pristine pool and jacuzzi are open to RV'ers and you are able to use the showers and restrooms here. Laundry facilities available. You need to check in the office first, show vehicle registration papers and ID, and pay a $50 refundable deposit for a gate opener to the RV section. It isn't a destination stop but more than adequate for a place to stop while passing through to somewhere else. We would stay here again. - Monaire Corporati
May 2018 - $45.00
Fees: $45 a night plus $7.99 online reservation fee. Site 161. Water and electricity. This is a large park along the shores of Lake Perris reservoir. The reservoir allows motor boating and jet skis. There is a large beach for swimming with lifeguard stands. I suspect that during the summer months this place is packed. The campground is laid out like a large parking lot with 4 sites side by side in a section which is divided from the next section by a little green space. There other sets of sites directly across the roadway from your site. Each site has a worn concrete pad and a very worn picnic table and fire pit. We were here on a late April and early May weekday so the campground was largely empty and quiet. I would not want to be here at a busier time. You'd be able to shake your neighbors had from your camper. The bathrooms were basically clean but very worn out. They were cleaned every day and the staff does well with what they're given, but based on the fee, the state needs to upgrade the facilities. It is a very nice location, however. The reservoir is large and provides habitat for lots of wildlife including a great variety of birds. There are very nice trees around the park, many of which were unfamiliar to us. There is a native museum, but it is only open on Fridays and weekends. There are walking trails, and of course lots of water activities available including rentals at the marina. There is a nice hiking and biking trail that goes completely around the reservoir and once one leaves the main park area, the scenery turns to more native vegetation. There are lots of swallows, ravens, vultures and hawks to watch, as well as a variety of water fowl. We were told that there was a nesting eagle on the far side of the reservoir, but we never saw it. This is a nice place to camp on the off-season. - Walter48
May 2011 - $45.00
Lake Perris is a great park to use during the off season months as it is never overly crowded, and there are plenty of spaces to choose from, even if you don't have a reservation. All full hookup sites are right on top of each other, but dry campsites are spaced well and have lots of trees/brush between. Park staff are friendly and available. Restrooms were clean and stocked ( the park was only about 20% full). Boat rental is available though pricey. Bring your bikes as there is plenty of room to ride. Not sure what it's like here during the summer but will find out! If you like your privacy as we do, dry camping sites are for you. - LISAREAM
Jun 2010 - $45.00
We camped here on a really hot weekend in June. The temperature was over 90 degrees, but there was always a nice cool breeze and it was comfortable in the shade. The lake was nice, but since they are draining the dam 20%, you can only use the beach about 1 mile from the campground. On Thursday and Friday nights, we were basically the only campers in our section and it was very peaceful. We are registered with the State of CA as disabled and paid 1/2 price for our campsite. We visited the Orange Empire Railway on the weekend and it was a really nice experience with 2 train rides. The downside: I would not recommend camping here on a Saturday night. The majority of campers were nice family groups, but unfortunately a large gang of undesirables(about 30 people) pulled in at 11:00pm on Saturday and stayed up partying all night: loudly and honking their horn. Talked to the ranger the next day and he said we should have called 911 even though it was not an emergency. The ranger explained that calling 911 is how the system was intended to work to call for loud parties. The ranger was very apologetic for the disturbance. - mammothleslie
Jun 2018 - $55.00
Sites are close together, I measured 25 ft., I had plenty of room front to back on hard packed dirt, but neat and clean. No phone service and wifi is OK but not for Viber. The biggest negative for me was crazy speed bump in a V that made the back of the motorhome do extreme contortions when the doolies hit them at almost no speed. - CGNRG
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Nicely maintained park. Note: there are only a handful of 50 amp sites. Roads are paved with sites being hard packed dirt. Some large trees throughout park but we were able to use our satellite dish. Our space was long enough to hold 40 foot trailer and truck easily. Decent spacing between sites. Our site did require some leveling. Quiet area yet you are close to Temecula and the wineries. There is no cell service at the park so they provide a free landline phone for you in the lounge. Great value and place to stay if you want to do some wine tasting or see Old Town Temecula. Wi-Fi is free but very slow. - mcharland
Mar 2015 - $20.00
Very remote park with trails and lots to do in the surrounding area. Did a long term stay and was very happy with the management and park hosts. Weekends can get crowded during peak times and wifi is poor due to it's location - lucky if you get cell service or text. Go there to relax and enjoy nature, site-see. - PixieStardust
Oct 2016 - $60.00
This is a California State Park. Take I-5, exit 72, "Cristianitos Rd", east about 1 mile. Watch for unmarked, turn-in lane to park (veer right at the yellow "crash barrel"). If you wait for the CG sign, you'll miss the turn. Cristianitos Road is recently paved asphalt, lined with "bots dots", in excellent condition. Credit cards accepted or use ReserveAmerica.com. Tent camping, no cabins, no yurts. Park roads are wide enough, asphalt, in good condition. Serious parking obstacles - wooden posts line roads and site pads (see pictures). I'm good at backing a 40' fiver but this was very challenging. All sites are back-in. Gentle turns, no overhead obstacles. FHU-20/30. Sites are level, asphalt, no landscaping (desert dirt), with water and electric at rear of site. No sewer - use dump station. No patio, has picnic tables. Low scrub bushes and trees, okay for satellite views. Fires in fire rings permitted. Firewood sales at $7.00 bundle. Good water pressure and taste. No office, no store. Clean and modern restrooms, buy tokens to pay for showers (grade "A"). No propane sales, laundry, or playground. No cable TV or Wi-Fi. Verizon coverage at "1-bar"; Jetpack coverage at "1-bar". Occasional traffic noise from the interstate. Bug Report: black ants (I sprayed my landing pads), large gnats (nuisance), small flies. No recycle bins. - StephenK
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed in the non-hookup sites. It is a quick bike ride to the beach with a few hills, but to have access to Tressels is great!
Less cost per night than San Clemente, but if you don't tow a car, be prepared to pay $15/night for a car as there is no overflow parking or street parking along the road (only near the highway).
The scenery and view are nice here too. Overall it was a nice place to stay if you can't get near the beach for camping (we prefer San Clemente if we can get it though).
The bathrooms were messy though as there are no garbage cans in the bathrooms and no soap in some and no sink in others.
The campground had a little bit of trash around, although we did see staff picking up, stuff can hide pretty well and a few campers don't care about what they leave behind.
Overall we'd come back again if we can figure out the parking.
We stayed in a motorhome with friends in a tent. - Adams Family
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We stayed at a non-hook-up site, near facilities. Staff was nice and mostly helpful. The showers cost (fifty cents for 2 minutes) and no hand-soap in the restrooms, so bring your own. Short drive to the beaches, and your fee got you free parking at any of the other state parks/beaches. - ems_gpa
Jul 2018 - $20.00
We had an electrical problem when we hooked up to the park's electrical system. It applied 220 volts instead of 120 volts to our camper because of a problem in the campground equipment. This caused four weeks of repair time and almost $1000 in damage. The park claims they are not responsible for the damage and we have had to resort to a legal claim against the park. Talking with other park residents we learned that others had similar issues with the park. The park is not particularly clean, litter is prevalent, however there is a decent dog park, and other dog owners are friendly. The park does have a decent pool and small Rec hall. Advertised WIFI is useless anytime day or night. Daily Rate quoted was based on monthly rate. Gated Park but still accessed by homeless people hanging out nearby - Keep everything locked up! - raymond28
Jul 2018 - $65.00
First of all, electric breaker kept going out in 115 degree. Second day we were moved. No more problems with that. Cigarette butts everywhere, we don't smoke. Pool closed by county environmental services for filth giving them one month to clean it up. Management very rude! My advice, stay somewhere else! - Pennell
Apr 2018 - $45.00
This is the third winter I have stayed In Diamond Valley: each year from 1 Nov thru March. The staff is excellent, facilities are great and the Management superb. Residents walk around the park for exercise or to walk their pets. There Is a great dog run also. Guests must stay a minimum of a week, so it eliminates the constant in and out traffic. It is a gated community. Laundry facilities are great and clean. I will be back back next year. - Craig- W W
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Stayed in the bluffs spot 26. Space big enough for my 22ft trailer, my 4 door f150 and awning out with space for a tent too. I came here as a kid so I knew there was trains that went by at all hours. I'm a city boy so it didn't bother me. What did suck was the truck weight scales that had a guy on the loud speaker at 2am. Not the park's fault but people going there should know about it. I recommend spots 1-22. They are close to trail 1 where the surf break has a lifeguard and dogs are allowed (they are allowed on trail 6 too). Our spot had a nice fire pit with a quarter grate on it so we could cook on it if needed. They supplied a picnic bench which also had room next to it for a 4-6 person tent. The bluffs are just that, located on the top of the bluffs which means you need to take the trail down to the beach. They can be steep in some spots but not too difficult to navigate. At the top of each trail before you descend to the beach is a park bench where you can watch amazing views of sunrise/sunset. Trail one has the least amount of rocks. Trail 3 had nothing but rocks so bring water shoes. Even trail one beach would be better with water shoes. This is officially our 4th of July spot at least until our dog passes away (no fireworks were heard the entire time we were here!) Love it here. Staff is really really nice. By the way...this is a primitive site with no hook ups but the sewage dump and hose to refill grey water tanks are near by. - gbprideoc
Aug 2016 - $35.00
No view of ocean except for a few spots at 100 to 115 I think. Very dusty, the trails to the beach are steep and some very difficult. We were camping by trail 3, it was hard to go down. Pebbly beach. It was noisy of space 33 where we were. Train passes very often and there is also a truck check point on the highway (wish is next to campsite) We had a fire ring and a picnic table, people were very quiet and polite. Our neighbors left because of all the noise the night before. Not sure I would want to return here. I guess it is and ok place to spend the night on your way somewhere, but not a destination to go to. - Nilda
May 2012 - $35.00
San Onofre Bluffs Campground (south of San Clemente State Beach and San Mateo Campground). Typical state park campground. No hook ups. 3 free dump stations. $35 night (RV and tent same price). Large RV sites. Tent sites have trees and privacy between each space. About 1 block from beach. 12 nice easy walking trails to access beach (divided into 6 sections). Section 1 and 6 are dog friendly. Very friendly staff and park host. No gates that close. Generator hours are from 10 AM to 8 PM. Noise from trains and highway but easy to forget about it. Great views over the landscape to see the ocean. Visited over weekend and over half RV spaces were open. 15 minutes to shopping and fast food. Will return. - ustractorsales
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Great location. Sleep listening to the surf. Beach is not kept groomed, by law it must remain natural and what washes in, seaweed etc, must stay until it is washed out. Unusual to have sewer hookups this close to the water. Lots of surfers, had a large group for several days while we were there, but the park is surprisingly quite and peaceful. AMTRAK ran just up above the sites, but not really noticeable after awhile. Staff friendly and helpful. Security patrols on a regular basics. Have to meet non-military guests at the gate, but Marines are very professional, polite and helpful. - Old Salt-First Mate
Apr 2016 - $30.00
The park has suffered damage to due to storms. Surfers Paradise and the Beach spots were closed for camping. We camped on the Bluff and it was wonderful. - cakvj
Dec 2015 - $35.00
As usual we really enjoyed our stay. We camped a few feet from the Ocean/Beach. Lots of Pelicans and other sea birds. Staff friendly and very professional. Spaces adequate for our 4 slide 39 foot fiver. Restrooms clean and well maintained, but with the cooler weather this year a little cold. Sat. dish plenty of clearance. Limited WI FI, only works near the office. Trains run behind the sites and can be a little noisy, but didn't keep us awake. - HR Clark