|The Beach After Sunset - San Diego, California|
One thing to understand about Campland is that it is not quiet. This is not "in the middle of the forest miles from anyone" kind of camping. This is camping for those who don't like camping.
|Sleeping Ducks At Mission Bay - San Diego, California|
There is always activity, some of which is organized. Besides the sandy beach, there is a park with swings and slides for the kids, a heated pool and a hot tub, boats and bicycles that can be rented, an ice cream and food joint, a mini-mart and an arcade, basketball hoops, a skate park, horseshoes, and volleyball. Sometimes there are concerts and contests.
|Endless Summer Dream - San Diego, California|
There are quiet hours at night, and most people comply. Some still continue to make noise into the early morning hours. We didn't have a problem with our neighbors, but I talked with someone who did have problems with his neighbors.
|Sail Boat At Dusk - San Diego, California|
The cost is a little on the high side. You are paying for the location. You are close to Mission Beach and Sea World, and not far from downtown, the airport, and Balboa Park. Even so, for just a few dollars more you could stay at a nice hotel.
|Lights, Reflected - San Diego, California|
I recommend Campland On The Bay if you'll be spending a few days in San Diego. But if you're hoping for quiet relaxation, you'll want to look some place else.
|Fireworks Over The Bay - San Diego, California|