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Old 09-23-2012, 01:09 PM   #15
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This has a list of a lot of Free Camping Spots in the US.
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Old 09-23-2012, 08:00 PM   #16
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Post CAMPGROUNDS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY with Waterfront Location

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Stayed on a bluff near the beach in Orange County California. Now looking for places in San Diego. Silver Strand State Beach seems to be the only good spot I can find near the water. Other campgrounds which are private have really bad reviews all over the internet. Do you know any good campgrounds in San Diego - close to the coast?
SILVER STRAND STATE BEACH
5000 Highway 75, Coronado (619) 435-5184

BERNADO SHORES RV PARK
500 Highway 75, Imperial Beach, CA 91932 (619) 429-9000

CHULA VISTA RV RESORT
460 Sandpiper Way, Chula Vista (800) 770-2878

CAMPLAND ON THE BAY
2211 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego (858) 581-4200

SAN ELIJO STATE BEACH
South Coast Highway (101), Encinitas, CA (760) 753-5091

SOUTH CARLSBAD STATE BEACH
7201 Carlsbad Boulevard, Carlsbad, CA 92008 (760) 438-3143
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:44 PM   #17
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Thank you all for your replies!
We are now seeing how long it takes to explore...will most likely spend the rest of October in California, so I'm glad this thread started exploring San Diego campsites. This is the best forum ever, thank you all so much!
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Old 10-03-2012, 01:20 AM   #18
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Thank you all for your replies!
We are now seeing how long it takes to explore...will most likely spend the rest of October in California, so I'm glad this thread started exploring San Diego campsites. This is the best forum ever, thank you all so much!

One little tid bit of advice. You'll find yourself in a campground from time to time. In the winter months there's lots of people that are full timing or snow birds. Talk to those people, you'll be amazed at the information about great places to camp. Be flexible and enjoy the exploration.

We've enjoyed the AZ, CA, and NM National Parks in the winter. There's also BLM lands. Lots and lots of helpful people where ever you go.
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It's getting harder to boondock on national forest land. There are limits on which backroads may be driven (each national forest has its own Motor Vehicle Use Maps or MVUMs), and how far off the road one can pull off. Not like the old days.
Canada is getting the same way . We were tent camping on Crown Land in an abandoned sand pit on a logged out section of woods in Ontario. We were told we could not camp there and we had to leave by Canadian authorities . The closest town was 34 miles away and had a population of 74 so it wasn't a zoning or noise issue. . We never did get an explanation for having to leave but when you are a visitor in Canada you do what your told
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Cheap Camping and SoCal Beaches are mutually exclusive terms. The State Beaches mentioned can cost up to $50 a night for dry camping and, unless yor reserve well in advance, ferget weekends.

Except out in the desert areas, in SoCal about the best $$$ bet can be Regional Parks in Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego Counties, but again, none are near beaches.
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