We are open all year. If you want to get away from it all — with some active sports mixed in — then Malibu Beach RV Park is the place. It has something extra to help make your stay most enjoyable. The owner of the park has focused the business on primarily serving visitors to Malibu rather than monthly residents. This allows the park to retain a better image and be more enjoyable to the park guests. The park operates RV sites and up to 35 tent sites.
5 of the Best California RV Parks
>Campgrounds in California with Hookups
By Betsy Malloy. It's easy to assume incorrectly that every inch of the Southern California coastline is packed with condos or lined with mansions. In fact, you can find lots of places to go camping at a Southern California beach, even in the middle of busy Los Angeles. I'm here to help you find a great place to camp next to the ocean in SoCal. And to help you avoid a frustrating camping failure when that campground that sounded just great turns out to be across a busy highway from the ocean. These are the best places to camp at the beach in Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego - and they are all located right on the beach, not across the street or a block away. For any of the locations below that are state parks, you need to know that their reservation system can be confusing and that you'll need to reserve months ahead to get a spot.
Beach Camping in Southern California
The most coveted spots for RVers are on the waterfront. RV campgrounds on the Pacific Ocean coastline and large inland lakes surrounded by forested mountains tempt RV enthusiasts who want to add watersports, sunbathing or sunset watching to their California vacation plans. Because prime waterfront spots fill quickly, make reservations early once you know your destination. And expect to pay premium prices at commercial oceanfront campgrounds. The campground, named by Reserve America as one of the best beach campgrounds in California, has 32 sites, none with hookups, on a bluff overlooking the Pacific.
Only a small percentage of visitors to Southern California insist on camping instead of booking rooms at the many resorts and hotels near the ocean. Those who prefer camping and are lucky enough to get a spot in one of the 14 campgrounds on the Socal coast will be rewarded with one of the best experiences. Few of these campgrounds allow camping right on the sand, but most are close enough to walk to the beach. Others have spaces for tents, but none of the Southern California campgrounds are tent camping only. Read about each campground and adjacent beach to learn rules like where campfires are allowed and where dogs can be walked.