RV Camping on the Beach

Waking up to the sounds of sea birds and breaking waves is just one of the reasons you should experience RV camping at the beach. Beach campers know the pleasures of oceanfront campsites are different from beach to beach. That’s why we’ve put together this collection of RV beach camping destinations for you to explore this year.

California RV Beach Camping Ideas
The Golden State offers the quintessential beach camping experience. Beautiful weather and plenty of oceanfront RV campsites make California a favorite among beach campers. The State park beaches here are well-equipped to make your RV camping experience memorable. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Point Magu State Park

    Point Magu State Park

    Point Mugu State Park: Surrounded by the beauty of the Santa Monica Mountains, Point Mugu State Park is the perfect place to park your RV for a weekend of hiking, swimming and surf fishing. Thornhill Broome Beach Campground is able to accommodate your RV comfortably.

  • San Clemente State Beach: The blufftop RV campground at San Clemente State Beach looks out over one of the nicest beaches in California. Explore nature trails through nearby canyons and take a hike to famous San Clemente Pier.
  • Bolsa Chica State Beach: Like to bike along the beach on your RV camping trips? Bolsa Chica State Beach offers a seven mile bike trail to equally scenic Huntington State Beach.
  • Doheny State Beach: Just three miles from San Juan Capistrano Mission, Doheny State Beach offers classic California RV beach camping. Rent a bike to see the sites and enjoy camping within earshot of the ocean.
  • Pismo State Beach: One reason we suggest RV beach camping at Pismo State Beach is the chance to experience Pismo Coast Village RV Resort, voted RV Park of the Year two years in a row by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds.

East Coast Beach Camping Ideas
As much as we love the California beach RV campgrounds, there’s also plenty to experience on the East Coast. Here’s our quick list of East Coast RV beach camping destinations.

  • Bodie Island Lighthouse, Cape Hatteras National Seashore

    Bodie Island Lighthouse, Cape Hatteras National Seashore

    Cape Hatteras National Seashore: This collection of barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina is a nature lover’s dream. Cape Hatteras National Seashore has several RV campgrounds just a sand dune away from the shoreline.

  • Grayton Beach State Park: On Florida’s Gulf Coast, Grayton Beach State Park shines as one of the state’s most pristine beaches. Hike, bike, fish or swim and enjoy the comfort of a full-service RV campground.
  • Cape Henlopen State Park: This Delaware beachfront state park gives RV campers the chance to roam six miles of Atlantic shoreline and camp in the dunes when they’re through. Cape Henlopen State Park is located in Lewes, Delaware, on Delaware Bay.
  • Horseneck Beach State Reservation: The Massachusetts Atlantic Coast is fascinating year-round, and motorhome camping at Horseneck Beach State Reservation won’t disappoint.

We could talk all day about the joys of beach camping, but we hope these ideas stir your imagination. See here for more great Beach Camping ideas.

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One Response to RV Camping on the Beach

  1. Hatteras Lighthouse rentals says:

    Hi There Blog,
    Thanks, on a related note, Some friends and I are camping at on the beach this summer. Every guide I’ve read about beach camping says that we must get extra long stakes because of the sand. I’m having a hard time finding these – does anyone know a good store to buy them at, or what terminology I should use to search for them online?

    Nice One!

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