Campland Information, Rules & RegulationsOur primary goal is to make Campland on the Bay a happy, safe and relaxed place to vacation.
The rules and regulations are for the benefit of all campers and guests. If a particular camper is unable or unwilling to comply with them, he or she will be asked to leave the park immediately.
Our Rangers are available to assist you 24 hours a day. If you need assistance, please feel free to stop a Ranger as they patrol, or call them at 858-581-4219, or pick up any House Phone located at the A, D, G, M, and N bathrooms.
We listed Campland's rules and regulations below. Please click on a topic to see those relevant to that topic. We also provided helpful information and hours of operation.
Rules & Regulations
Check out time is 12 Noon.
Check in time is 2 PM
We may be able to grant late check-outs, based on availability, during the winter season only. Please ask at the Registration Desk on the morning of your departure.
Any arrivals after 10 p.m. are considered late arrivals. Late arrivals must restrict noise.
You may be allowed to do basic a hookup on your site. For some sites or rigs you may not be allowed on the site until 8 a.m. We will provide alternate (no hookup) parking if available.
Quiet hours are from 11:00 PM to 8:00 AM. Please turn off TVs and amplified sound, and lower voices to a whisper to allow your neighbors a good night’s rest. Generators are not allowed, the only exception is in the “Dry I Section” between 8:00 AM and 10:00 PM. At management’s discretion, music between 8:00 AM and 11:00 PM must be at a volume that does not disturb other guests. Music language must be clean and radio friendly. Listen for our Quite-Time-Bell on Summer Nights.
We are not allowing any visitors into the park during this COVID-19 pandemic.
For your safety, security and comfort, please carry a flashlight after dark, and If under 18 years of age, return to your campsite by 10:00 PM, and all others by 11:00 PM.
CARRY A FLASHLIGHT AFTER DARK!
CHILDREN MUST be supervised at all times. Parents are responsible for their children’s conduct. Children who cause damage or disruption may be asked to leave the Park.
BEACH AREA: Please enjoy our beach, but always remember: no pets, glass, tents, or motorized vehicles on the beach. Refueling is not allowed on the beach, and neither are gas containers. Canopies must be up against the curb only! All Personal Canopies and personal property must be removed from the beach by 8:00 PM and not set up before 8:00 AM.
Personal Canopies and property left on the beach between 8PM and 8AM may be removed by Rangers. Campland is not responsible for the damage. No doubling up Canopies. The beach closes at 11 PM.
SKATEBOARD PARK: Parents and guests of minors should read and adhere to skate park rules posted before entering the park. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL AGES and must be strapped. NO BICYCLES OR SCOOTERS. SKATEBOARDS AND INLINE SKATES ONLY!
ALCOHOL DRINKING GAMES, such as beer pong or any other excessive drinking games, will not be tolerated.
(GOLF CARTS, SKATEBOARDS, ROLLERBLADES, SKATES, ETC.): Driving or riding anything with wheels is at the rider’s sole risk and responsibility, and must be operated in a safe and responsible manner. Drivers of golf carts and street-legal vehicles must have a valid driver’s license.
Parents are responsible for the actions of their children and underage guests. Wheeled-transport can be ridden on asphalt roads ONLY. Wheeled transport is prohibited in buildings, sidewalks, walkways and curbs. Exhibitionist maneuvers, tricks and other techniques (i.e. riding against curbs, railing, etc.) are prohibited. Courtesy and awareness are required at all times. Riders who do not comply with this policy may have their wheeled- transport confiscated until their check-out from the property, or they will be evicted without refund. Campland recommends wearing standard protective gear such as helmets, wrist pads and kneepads. Any nighttime riding or skating requires a forward projecting light.
THE MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT IN THE PARK IS 5 MPH for all wheeled vehicles, including bikes, skateboards, rollerblades, golf carts, scooters and the like. Please be extremely cautious about driving anywhere in the Park. Lights are required for ALL wheeled vehicles operated after dusk.
GAS-POWERED skateboards, go-peds or similar vehicles are not allowed in the Park. No gas-powered remote-control toys, cars or trucks. No ATVs, or Rhinos, Polaris, or similar vehicles allowed (licensed or unlicensed).
MECHANICAL OR OTHER REPAIRS are not allowed on your campsite without prior approval. NO NOISY TOOLS.
ALL VEHICLES & TRAILERS in the Park must have a valid Vehicle Pass. All gas-powered vehicles other than golf carts must be street legal. All golf carts must be QUIET with no excessive smoke or exhaust and operated by a licensed driver. Gas-powered golf carts must be shut down by 10 PM, Electric Carts by 11 PM. All boat trailers must be parked either on your campsite or in a designated area, with a valid Vehicle Pass. Please do not block or occupy any other site then the one you rented. If you have parking problems, contact a Park Ranger or the Registration Office. Vehicles parked in unauthorized areas or blocking sites will be towed at the owner’s expense or charged the daily rate for the illegally occupied campsite.
ONLY ONE SLEEPING VEHICLE allowed per campsite. Example: only 1 RV/Motor Home, Trailer, 5th Wheel, Tent Trailer, Truck Camper, Van Conversion or any vehicle designed for camping with beds. Campland requires the use of a sleeping vehicle or tent. You may not sleep in a passenger car or utility trailer.
TRUCK CAMPERS & SHELLS must not be removed from their vehicles.
TRAILERS AND 5TH WHEELS MUST BE BACKED INTO A SITE
Hitches must face the street, unless you obtain the approval of management.
RVs MUST HAVE OVERALL CLEAN APPEARANCE, DO NOT SHOW MAJOR DAMAGE, AND DO NOT LEAK FLUIDS.
WASHING OF VEHICLES & BOATS in the Park is NOT permitted at your campsite, on any grass area, or on the pavement, with the exception of approved detailing and washing vendors. You may use the Marina boat wash area to RINSE your RV - NO SOAP please. Campland is next door to an ecologically-sensitive wildlife refuge. Any soap rinsed here goes untreated right into the Wildlife refuge and Mission Bay.
PETS are not allowed on the beach or in any building. Please use the designated Dog Walk Areas. Pet owners must pick up after their pets in all areas of the Park. You must be able to control your dog at all times. Dogs must be leashed at all times (except in Dog Wood Park). Leashes must be kept no longer than 6 feet, including retractable ones. Pets cannot be left unattended outside of an RV or tent. Any pet left unattended may be impounded. The maximum number of pets per campsite for a Daily/Weekly guest is three (3). For Long-Term guests, the maximum number of pets allowed is two (2). If your pet causes a disturbance anywhere in the Park, your pet may be required to leave the Park.
PIT BULLS, BULLY BREEDS/MIX, ROTTWEILER BREEDS/MIX OR OTHER DOGS THAT MANAGEMENT CONSIDERS AGGRESSIVE OR UNCONTROLLABLE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE PARK.
TENTS may not be staked on asphalt, and NO TENTS ON GRASS AREAS! Our sprinkler system will come on during the night in all grass areas. Maximum stay in a tent is 14 days, or 7 days in Primitive in a 6 Month period. No carpets on the grassy areas.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR SITE CLEAN: Sheds are not allowed on campsites. Hazardous clotheslines are not permitted. Please do not tie anything to our trees, fences or windbreaks.
SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS: All fittings and connections must be WATERTIGHT to meet City of San Diego health codes.
FIRES are permitted in fire rings and approved portable fire pits only. One fire ring allowed per site. Dispose of hot charcoal briquettes in fire rings or Hot Coal Containers. Do not use the trash containers for this purpose. Do not stack fire rings or remove them from other sites. Please warn your children of the dangers of playing on or around the fire rings. Stacking of pallets for bonfires is prohibited. The flames may not exceed 12 inches above the fire rings. No fire rings on grass or asphalt.
NEVER LEAVE A FIRE UNATTENDED!
FIREWORKS or firearms of any kind are prohibited at Campland.
WILDLIFE is protected in California and at Campland. We border the Kendall Frost Wildlife Preserve. The animals may be admired, but not handled or fed. It is a felony to harm, harass, or disturb wildlife, and is subject to a $20,000 fine and/or imprisonment. (SEC. 597 CA STATE PENAL CODE).
WE MUST INSIST THAT YOU DO NOT FEED THE DUCKS, STRAY CATS, OR WILDLIFE. Also, please drive carefully and yield to wildlife.
ADA WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE restrooms are located at the Game Room building, the "A" Section bathroom and at “I” Section bathroom. A and I Section includes ADA showers and toilets. Portable ADA restrooms can be placed on or near your campsite upon request; we ask at least a 24-hour notice.
AN EXTENDED STAY is one month or more. All campers must move out for at least 24 hours every 90 days (or 30 days in the summer.) Extended stay (long term) status will not be granted to those whose primary mode of camping is in a tent. Monthly orientation is required within the first week of long-term occupancy. Sign up at Registration to attend the orientation. Other rules and regulations apply for long-term status. Monthly status must be approved by management. Proof of REGISTRATION and INSURANCE are mandatory for extended stays; please bring them with you.
DUMP STATIONS are located at the “A” and “F” section restrooms for your conveyance. Please, no dumping after 9 p.m.
LOST AND FOUND is located in the Ranger Booth by the resort entrance. Lost and Found hours: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
VACANT SITES: Unlike hotels, Campland provides our guests the opportunity to reserve specific sites. If the site you wanted (but were unable to reserve) appears vacant, it may be paid for but not yet occupied.
Please do not park on or occupy any site that is not registered to you.
WI-FI is available free throughout Campland. Passwords and login instructions are available on page 8 and at the Registration Desk. If you experience problems with WI-FI, please contact the Registration Desk. This is limited-use WIFI not intended for streaming.
Unattended bicycles should be locked at all times. Coolers, refrigerators, etc, containing alcoholic beverages should be supervised by an adult or locked. Protect your valuables. Lock unattended camping equipment in your vehicle whenever possible.
CAMPLAND IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR PROPERTY!
PROPANE, water, and air are available at the Campland fill station located on the west side of the primitive section (Campland's maintenance yard is directly behind it). Hours: 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Drive up to the tank and push the call box button. All portable tanks must meet the current USA federal standards. Loaner tanks are available with a deposit.
CAMPER MAIL may be picked up at the Administration Office, Monday - Friday, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. and on Saturdays at the Registration Desk between 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Mail will only be given to persons over 18 years of age. Campland will not accept C.O.D. packages or letters. The stamp machines are located at the Campland Market for your convenience. The mailbox is near the Administration Office door. During Administration Office hours, the receptionist can assist campers with sending/receiving faxes, printing, making copies, and scanning to E-Mail. Ask the receptionist for the prices of these services. We do not hold mail. Only registered guests’ mail will be accepted.
RECREATION ACTIVITIES: Our Recreation Department takes great pride in organizing a variety of fun activities year-round that you and your family can participate in during your stay. As always we will keep you busy with games and competitions during the day with a full 7-day-a-week schedule. Parties, music, and entertainers will keep your evenings hopping, and we mean that literally!
See the MONTHLY RECREATION CALENDAR, the Registration Desk, or on the restroom buildings for the days and times of events. Because San Diego's fall/winter months are some of the most beautiful camping weather available anywhere in the world, our events go on all year! Check the event section of our website at www.campland.com. Activities are subject to change without notice.
PING PONG PADDLES & HORSESHOES: For your enjoyment, horseshoes and ping pong paddles are available in the Rec Center during activity hours. The Campland Market also sells ping pong equipment.
The pool area is open from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Children 14 years or younger are not allowed unattended in the POOL AREA at any time. No one under 14 years of age is allowed in the spa for more than 10 minutes. No toddlers in the spa at any time. NO GLASS or wheeled vehicles or toys (except strollers and wheelchairs). Only HEADPHONES and EAR BUDS for personal music.
NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY.
LAUNDROMAT HOURS Open 7 Days a Week.
SUMMER 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. (last wash 10 a.m.)
WINTER 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. (last wash 9 p.m.)
MARINA & RENTAL CENTER: 858-581-4224
Surreys, Quad Bikes, Bicycles, Kayaks, Paddle Boats, Aqua Cycles, Hydrobikes, Pontoon Boats, Catamarans, Golf Carts, Kid Carriers, Child Seats, Wave Runners, Ski Boats, and Paddle Boards.
WINTER Wed – Sun 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
SUMMER Sun – Thur. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
WAVERUNNERS, SKI BOATS, AQUA CYCLES, PADDLE BOARDS:
Call Adventure Watersports at 858-581-9300.
(Unfortunately Waverunners rented outside of Campland within a twenty five‑mile radius are restricted and may not enter Campland.)
Fri. – Sat. 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
(Hours Are Subject to Change Without Notice.)
For more information, visit our Marina or click here.
CAMPLAND MARKET is open 7-DAYS A WEEK. Maps and discount tickets are available at the Market. 858-581-4216
SUMMER (July-Labor Day) 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. DAILY
WINTER Sun - Thurs 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m. – 9 p.m.
(Hours Are Subject to Change Without Notice.)
SUMMER (Last Week of June – Labor Day) 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. DAILY
WINTER Sun – Thur 8 a.m. – 8:45 p.m. Fri – Sat 8 a.m. – 9:45 p.m.
(Hours Are Subject to Change Without Notice.)
There is a one time charge of $1.00 for each Camper Power Card.
Purchase a new Camper Power Card at the Game Room Kiosk Station, or Market. Energize it with as many dollars as you like. Recharge your Camper Power Card at the Game Room Kiosk Station or Market.
Receive Free Bonus Dollars when you purchase at least $5.00 or more in a single purchase. Free Bonus Dollars are only redeemable for Game Play. Purchased dollars are automatically used up first when playing games and bonus dollars last. Call 858-581-4216 for details.