Paradise By The Sea RV Resort

(1) Review


1537 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA, 92054

Welcome To San Diego’s North Shore! Where you are just minutes away from beautiful sandy beaches! Enjoy resort-style amenities, including a pool and hot tub, restrooms and showers, free HD Cable TV, and Wi-FI. The resort is adjacent to Buccaneer Park and Beach, offering the perfect waves for surfing, a beach cafe, basketball court, playground, and picnic area. Explore the coastal towns of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, and Camp Pendleton or venture to nearby attractions, including the San Diego Zoo & Safari Park or LEGOLAND California! Paradise by the Sea is the perfect place to enjoy Southern California!

Last Updated: 05/20/2022


RV Rentals

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
34′ Bunkhouse Trailer Rental $200.00 $1,200.00
RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Island Back-In $65.00 $409.50
Premium Back-In $70.00 $441.00
Resort Back-In $80.00 $504.00
Resort Pull-Thru $80.00 $504.00

20 Amps

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Cable Hookups

Community Fire Pit

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Fire Pit

Gasoline Nearby

General Store

Laundry Facilities

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Picnic Table

Sewer Hookups

Slide Outs

Trash Service

Water Hookups

Waterfront

WiFi

Hot Tub



Basketball

Beer/Wine Tasting

Boating

Fishing

Jet Skiing

Kayaking

Scenic Drives

Scuba Diving

Shuffleboard

Snorkeling

Stand-Up Paddleboards

Surfing

Swimming Outdoors






1537 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA, 92054
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Overall Rating: 3.0


Melanee Davis

3.0
So, once again we learned to do our research before booking an RV Park. The pictures on their website are great and it all looks so amazing. The park is very clean and very well decorated. The pool and spa area is very pretty and has a fire pit and “Tiki Bar” (that is never open). The bad news is they are not right on the beach. They are probably closer to a quarter mile away so no private access. The cost is $80 per night so I tend to think the price is too high for what they offer, but this is California. It’s about a 2 mile hike to the pier which was also a let-down. No shops and restaurants around except for the hamburger joint at the end of the pier. No bar or cocktails at tables over-looking the ocean. No pets allowed on the pier. The hot tub is usually full of kids but it’s “supposed” to be adults only from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. The water temp is raised to 103 at that time but is cooler during the day. They also have a fun room with pool table, shuffle board table and a ping-pong table. It also, is usually filled with kids.