Since its opening in 1969, Campland encourages their campers, guests, and employees to be good stewards of the environment. Over the past few decades, we have implemented a variety of programs and policies that focus on sustainability so that campers can enjoy the beauty of Mission Bay for years to come!
- Supporting wildlife by supplying habitat and food for birds, insects, and other wildlife.
- Providing oxygen.
- Absorbing massive amounts of carbon. 100 trees remove 53 tons of carbon dioxide and 430 pounds of other air pollutants per year!
- Helping to control climate by moderating the effects of the sun, rain, and wind.
- Enhancing the aesthetics and providing shade.
- Preserving and enhancing soil.
- Producing fruits and nuts.
Read more about the variety of Campland’s trees here!
- Only plant-based, compostable food ware is used for onsite dining.
- Plant-based straws are provided only upon request.
- No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam).
- No plastic bags are used for takeout or to-go orders.
- Single-use utensils, straws, condiments, and other accessory items are provided upon request only.
- Beverages are not sold in plastic bottles.
- Proper recycling practices are followed.
- Vegetarian and vegan food options are offered on a regular basis.
- Concessions and prepackaged food items are not sold in plastic packaging.
Read more about Surfrider’s Ocean Friendly Restaurants program here!
- How the nearby wetlands contribute to the ecosystem
- The history of the area as used by native peoples
- How sea level rise will impact the future of MIssion Bay
- Birds of the area – Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve and De Anza Cove
Campland on the Bay may be an urban campground, yet that has never stopped us from encouraging all who visit to respect and care for the environment we inhabit. Join us in our efforts to do your best to reduce waste and protect the environment during your stay!