Rincon Parkway Campground

(1) Review

800 South Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA, 93009

Rincon Parkway Campground is located near the gorgeous California town of Santa Barbara, and is the ideal camping spot for anyone who loves stellar foods, museums, shops and natural terrain. Plus, campers at the park can expect warm weather and clear skies for stargazing and sunset viewing.


Amenities and Activities

RVers can take advantage of a ton of great activities close to the campground. Some traveler favorites include: canoeing, kayaking, boating, hiking, biking, surfing, wind surfing, kite surfing, swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling and horseback riding. Onsite facilities include: dry tent sites.


Visitors can expect great local attractions such as:

- Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens

- Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

- Toma Restaurant & Bar

- Lotusland

- Stearns Wharf

- Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

- Arroyo Burro Beach

- Mission Santa Barbara

- Douglas Family Preserve

- Santa Barbara Historical Museum


Travelers at the park can look forward to plenty of wide open spaces to explore, great eats and lots of historic spots; that's why the park tends to fill up quickly. Reserve your site soon, and we hope to see you soon!  

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

800 South Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA, 93009
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Overall Rating: 4.0

David Woods

We call this RV parking "Sea Cliffs." It is technically a Ventura County park and functions on those rules. Basically, it is just 127 spaces of RV parking (no hookups), in a line, down the coastline just above a beach, located on Hwy 1 off the Ventura Fwy. We absolutely loved our trips to this area. We woke up daily to dolphin watching in the distance, as well as watching pelicans dive for their breakfast. Across the highway, the trains run, but never bothered us. From the RV parking, you can make your way down to the beach (look for the actual access points, unless you're up for the challenge of climbing in and among the boulders that separate you from the beach) and go swimming, take the dog for a walk, etc. There are no fire rings (not sure if fire was allowed at all), only 1 RV and 1 non-RV per site, $1 charge per dog, $27.00 per day, per site at time of this review. Also, it operates on a first come, first serve basis - no reservations. Mid-week and non-holidays seem to yield the best results for finding a spot. The views and beach access were outstanding! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group