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Mission Bay RV Park

2727 De Anza Road
San Diego, CA 92109
4 Reviews
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Office hours are limited so it can be an inconvenience with getting any information such as the wi-fi password and any questions you may have. There is a security guard on site that can check you in after hours but they cannot provide any other information. There appears to be long term rv residents on both sides of the campground (or a different section on the same lot), when they advertise a strict policy of no stays over 30 days. The bathrooms were not very clean and the rec room was closed. We opted to not stay our second night.

Received from Kim for visit in Jun 2010

Site Number: 11
Stay Again? NO
This facility fails to meet the standards of a RV Traveler Friendly facility. Intimidation is the intent of Management. Not a friendly atmosphere at all. Facility is virtually empty. Other facilities in the area are near full capacity and friendly to RV Travelers. Management needs to look at the procedures they impart to Employees and try to make it RV Friendly. We have stayed at this Facility previously under previous Management and were very happy with our stay.

Received from Ron L for visit in Jan 2007

Site Number:98
Stay Again? NO
A week before we needed to stay here, we called to confirm that they were still Passport America. They told us no. Okay. We agreed that $30 starting on October 1 was a good rate. Two days before we came, we called again and were once again told there were plenty of spaces available and the basic site was $30. Both times we were told NOT to make a reservation "because there were plenty of sites." Oddly, the website, where the $30 price was posted, went down the day before we arrived. When we got there, the man who "greeted" us said "I don't know who YOU talked to, but there aren't any $30 sites HERE!" The papers he handed us still included the old price along with a sheet of new prices, calling it a small increase (between the price increase and the additional tax which had been included, the basic site now costs nearly 50% more than was posted on the website two days ago and confirmed on the phone to us). Clearly, the whole interaction was meant to deceive. We are now at a much nicer place in Chula Vista, paying about what the people at Mission Bay tried to charge us. It's their business if they want to leave Passport America, of course, as it is their business to raise their prices. Deception, however is very bad business, and we'll never stay there. Would you want to give people like this your credit card information?

Received from Anon for visit in Sep 2006

Site Number:None
Stay Again? NO
On water of Mission Bay, full hook-ups on level asphalt including (limited) cable 50-amp and free WiFi, plenty of room for big rigs, gated park with security, friendly staff. Park is centrally located to all San Diego attractions (too many to name) and shopping and restaurants. With most campgrounds in San Diego being expensive it was nice to fine a very good park for only $15 a night Passport America rate. Of course the sites will cost more if you want a site on water and are not a member of PPA. Inexpensive.

Received from Norm for visit in Feb 2006

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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