Pio Pico Preserve Thousand Trails

Pio Pico Preserve Thousand Trails Campground Review

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Map of the campground at the bottom

General RV information
Physical Address: 14615 Otay Lakes Rd, Jamul, CA 91935
Ranger Station #: 619-421-0104

RV Site Details
South Side has two pools, clubhouse, electric, water & sewer

North Side has a remote control car track, horse area, water, electric & two dump sites

Site Pad Material: dirt depending on the site
Water: Yes
Electricity: Yes
Sewer: On South Side only
Wi-fi: Yes, for a price -the usual thousand trails internet offer
Dump Station: Yes
Pull Through: Yes
Back In: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Camp Fire: 6 inches off the ground
Dates of our Stay: August 29-August 31, 2014 (holiday weekend)

Our stay- Click here for pictures

Site Number: #G50 on the North Side
Additional Amenities: two pool, remote car track, clubhouse, café, store
Cellular Coverage: No at&t
Satellite: Satellite worked great no trees blocking it

We had a good time at this thousand trails preserve. The staff & campers were friendly. On Saturday morning we drove to seaport village and had a nice lunch at Pier Cafe. The campground is great for early morning or early evening walking. (level walking areas)

Dutch Oven cooking is welcome so we cooked a pumpkin cake.

The electricity went out for a few hours on Saturday afternoon. Its wasn’t too hot outside so we sat outside enjoying the birds & watching sports on tv. (with the generator on)

There are many campsites for our size rig 33ft motorhome. The streets are good for us to move around in and we found a level site with trees behind us for good birding.

Things to do here:

  • San Diego is 30-45 minutes away
  • Seaport Village
  • Midway
  • San Diego Zoo
  • Balboa Park Museums
  • Birdwatching – House Finch Pictures
  • Photography
  • Dutch Oven Cooking
  • Remote Control Car
  • Horse Area

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