Head to the beach in Oceanside, California. Photo: at the beach image by Lily Forman from Fotolia.
Pack your surfboard and body board and jump in the Southern California waves when you visit Oceanside, California. A of private RV parks are located on the beach side of the Interstate 5 freeway that cuts through town.
Nearby state parks also accommodate RVers. The RV parks are open year-round so you can take advantage of surfing, fishing, swimming and golfing in the area.
This area has decent-sized waves for body boarders or swimmers, but surfing is not allowed at most Oceanside city beaches. You can surf at nearby beaches to the south, and also explore the ocean floor by scuba diving.
Cast your line into the surf at the South Carlsbad State Beach and reel in surf perch. You can set up your gear and enjoy the day on the beach, then climb to your bluff-top campground in the evening, overlooking the Pacific.
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If you get restless, you can move closer to the Oceanside Pier to cast for corbina. At the Oceanside harbor you can hop on a charter boat for either a half-day or full-day fishing trip. The deep-water anglers catch albacore, bluefin and yellowfin tuna, thresher shark, halibut and bass. Go for a stroll on the sand; there are seven connecting beaches in the city.
Tee off at one of five golf courses in the area, including the Oceanside Municipal Golf Course. All these courses feature 18 holes on tree-lined fairways.
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None of the courses are on the ocean, but they do have water features and ocean breezes. Some have views of wilderness areas or adjacent Camp Pendleton. At the private RV campgrounds there are electric and water hook-ups, and some spaces offer sewer as well as amp hookups. Most of the private RV parks offer internet service.
Some have swimming pools and recreational activities including basketball or volleyball, ping pong and pool tables. Many have barbecue grills and fire pits.
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The state beach campground offers RV campers a spot on the top of the bluff, overlooking the ocean, but no hook-ups. There are restrooms and showers.
Nellene Teubner Plouffe is a writer who started her journalism career as a reporter and columnist for the "Orange County Register" newspaper in RV Parks near Fremont, California. Nellene Teubner Plouffe, Leaf Group. Campground Considerations At the private RV campgrounds there are electric and water hook-ups, and some spaces offer sewer as well as amp hookups.