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While California boasts of the largest trail park system in America, it comes as no surprise that motorhome camping is a very popular activity as one gets to tour the region in style. One popular stopover among the camping community is Silver Strand State Beach, and it’s easy to see why. Situated roughly four and a half miles away from Coronado along SR 75, Silver Strand is a narrow isthmus that links Imperial Beach to Coronado Island. While being off the beaten path, the park is a great place to set up camp if you’re all about a tranquil and peaceful campground away from the crowds. If you’ve not yet booked one of the finest Coronado camper rentals, what are you waiting for? search for an RV in San Diego County and make memories exploring the West Coast.

When it comes to the number of activities one can try when camping at Silver Strand State Beach, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The seven-mile isthmus is a hotbed of activities ranging from the usual swimming and snorkeling to more intense sports such as jet skiing and body boarding. Cyclists and fishing enthusiasts too aren’t left behind as the park has something for everyone. With the city of San Diego standing barely a stones throw away, culture seekers will be right at home at the Silver Strand State Beach. If you’re longing for a piece of the excitement, cure your wanderlust by renting an RV in Coronado.

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Getting Outdoors

Unlike some regions in the USA, such as the upper mid-west, San Diego enjoys a mild warm climate throughout the year, which makes the southwestern part of USA a massive playground, especially among watersports fanatics. Speaking of water, you’ll be able to choose between the Pacific Ocean side and the San Diego side. Since the waters on the bay side are calmer and warmer, you’ll be better off swimming over there. The park got its name from the thousands of silver oyster shells that lay along the ocean side of the Strand, so be sure to pick up some as souvenirs.

Thrill-seekers will soon fall in love with what the ocean side of the park has to offers. While the surf remains relatively calm, the beach is great for some surf fishing and boogie boarding. If you’re the kind of person who prefers having your feet on solid ground, you might enjoy some sunbathing, and if that sounds boring, you might always pass time as you comb through the vast beach for shells. If lucky, you’ll get your hands on an occasional sand dollar.

Coming to cyclists, Silver Strand is home to a bike path that stretches for almost ten miles to Coronado. Don’t be overly excited and ride flat out as the path is also shared by inline skaters and runners. To avoid getting rust on your bike, be careful not to get that lovely salt water on it. Since the path runs through an occasional picnic table, why not organize a family picnic under the warm afternoon sun.

Camping at Silver Strand State Beach

If you’re thinking of setting up camp in an RV near Coronado, Silver Strand State Beach should be first on your mind. Who doesn’t like camping on a beachfront campground? The campground is well equipped with water and electric hookups on the back-in sites for maximum comfort in your Coronado camper rental. The kid-friendly sites are also pet-friendly, so don’t leave your furry friends behind. However, note that pets aren’t allowed on the beach.

Campers also get access to a dump station, vending machines, and barbecue grills, not forgetting beachfront access and recreational trails. Also, be prepared for some cold days as it gets chilly real fast. Keep in mind that the sites are first come first served, so it’s a good practice to call ahead and get a spot reserved.

Exploring the Area

When your time camping in an RV at Silver Strand State Beach almost comes to an end, make most use of your time visiting the surrounding areas. While Oceanside is an exciting town, it is a little bit far off. That leaves the city of San Diego and La Mesa. Known as the "Crown Jewel of East County," Mount Helix is a must visit historical site in La Mesa. Bring along a camera to capture some cool snaps of the massive picturesque cross.

Afterwards, drive your rental RV towards San Diego and stop by Balboa Park. Sprawling over a massive 1200 acres, the urban park hosts the world-class San Diego Zoo as well as a mind-blowing botanical house that contains more than 2100 individual plants.

You can’t say that you’ve been to San Diego without going for a stroll along the Embarcadero. If hunger comes calling, the harbor front is dotted with a couple of eateries. While at it, pay a visit to the legendary USS Midway, best known as the longest-serving aircraft carrier in the world.

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