General Campground Information
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• RV& Tent – 1:00 PM
• Cabin, Deluxe Cabin, Deluxe Tent – 4:00 PM
• RV& Tent – 12:00 PM
• Cabin, Deluxe Cabin, Deluxe Tent – 11:00 AM
Friday & Saturday 8:00am - 9:00pm
Summer Store Hours
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM Friday & Saturday
(Father's Day - Labor Day)
Policy for Number of Guests per Reservation
- Strict limits of 6 or 8 people per site (depending on site type) will be enforced. That total number includes both the number of people on your reservation and any day-visitors. If you have 8 people on your reservation, you are not allowed any day-visitors.
- You will be asked to verify the number of vehicles and people staying at the time of check-in.
If the number of overnight guests on your reservation allows for visitors, those visitors should check-in at the front desk upon arrival. Your visitors (so long as your total group is not over 6 or 8 people) are welcome for $5 per additional adult and $10 per additional vehicle. Limit 8 total guests/visitors on an RV site and limit 6 total guests/visitors at tents and cabins.
Firewood available for sale on-site - $8.00 per bundle
If you bring your own fire ring, please ask for a pallet to set it on when you arrive
Cable TV Line up
Meet Your Hosts
Four-Generations of the Bell Family Working Hard to Give you the Best Ever Southern-California Camping EscapeTurn any corner at the San Diego KOA Campground in California, and you're likely to run into a member of the Bell family, hard at work to give you an extraordinary Southern California camping escape.
You'll see four generations of Bells operating this 2013 KOA Campground of the Year. That's not surprising, since the campground has always been a family affair.Ted and Carol first built the campground in 1968 to help raise extra funds for college for their three children. For Ted, the campground is his life's passion. You'll probably catch him working on one of his continuous park improvement projects such as the beautiful landscaping you'll find throughout the campground. Son Mike and wife Rowena joined the family campground business in 1975 after they finished college.
Today you'll find the third generation, Molly, Clint & Josh, along with Ramon Becerra, the general manager, who has been part of the San Diego KOA family for more than 30-year. These a familiar faces are greeting guests and helping campers make lasting memories at the campground.
You'll see the fourth generation toddling around the playground, jumping pillows, and sampling kids meals at the Sand Castle Cafe to make sure it's all up to standards. When they aren't at the campground the Bell family loves to go hiking, go to the beach, volunteer in community organizations, gather for family dinners, and teach the fourth generation the joys of camping.
From The Bell Family to Your Family…Happy Camping!