A stellar city on the Pacific coast of Southern California, San Diego is infamous for its water options, zoological centers and countless scenic attractions. Additionally, there are free overnight camping spaces and RV Parks in San Diego for RVers too!
Where to go In San Diego?
- Balboa Park
An urban cultural park set in 1,300-acre, the park has walking zones, green belts, gardens, natural vegetation areas and many botanical gardens in its compound!
- San Diego Zoo:
Set in San Pasqual Valley, San Diego Zoo has a record of 3,700 animals including 300 different species too!
Safari Park– The zoo also offers an interactive exhibit tour through the zoo as well.
- Pacific Beach
A neighbourhood in San Diego, the prime attraction of Pacific Beach is the beach camping option for RVers.
- Carlsbad Beach
A protected beach, part of the State Park, Carlsbad Beach has many coastal bluffs as well as swimming and diving activities to offer to an RVer.
- Mormon Temple
The 47th building and 45th operational temple of the LDS Church, this Mormon temple is closed on weekends while active on all 5 weekdays from 05:30-20:00.
- San Diego Bay: A perfect dream location for RVers, the sunrise at San Diego Bay is exceptional. Have a look at it below.There are many water camping options that an RVer can indulge in,while in San Diego, apart from traveling the destinations quoted above. History quotes San Diego as the birthplace of California and much of the State’s history can be found in the city of San Diego.
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