Park Rules and Regulations 


These Rules and Regulations are for the benefit and safety of our guests and their families.

Failure to comply with these Rules & Regulations can and will result in immediate removal from the park.


Proof of current registration “is a must!”

We accept class A, B & C RVs, travel trailers, 5th wheels, truck campers, and teardrop trailers. We do not accept tents, van conversions or converted school or transit buses. Toy haulers may only lower their rear gates in sites 036 thru 053 and 241 thru 251. Lowering ramp in all other sites is prohibited.  All RV’s must have a clean appearance, no body damage or rust. They must have tight, secure connections, no leaks, all systems in good working order. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to the park.


*Truck campers may be removed only if it meets the following criteria:

  • Permanently mounted jacks on all corners

  • Footings at least 8 inches squared (64 inches)

  • Lowered to no more than 12 inches and no less than 6 inches

  • Cannot remain dismounted for more than 30 consecutive days

  • Camper owner must have a readily available vehicle to remount the camper.


Fire pits must be 6 inches off the ground and flames must not exceed one foot. Never leave fires unattended.


Golf carts are only to be driven by licensed persons, 16 years or older. Golf carts are not-allowed in the resort’s residential areas and not permitted on the pedestrian bridge to Campland On the Bay.

A hook-up fee of $5.00 per day will be charged for electric golf carts and outdoor appliances.


Parents are solely responsible for the behavior, actions and safety of their children. All guests and visitors must abide by the rules and regulations given at check-in and any posted signs throughout the resort. Anyone who causes harm to other guests or engages in any behavior that is deemed potentially dangerous to others will be asked to leave the park immediately without refund. Any behavior deemed to be rude, offensive, or hostile toward any staff members can result in your removal and ban from the park.

PETS ** Maximum 3 pets per site


Pets must be leashed at all times by a hand held leash (not longer than 6 feet in length) per SDCC Sections 62.669[a], 62.601[d], 62.601[y].  There are no leash exceptions on the entire property. If they poop, you scoop.  Excessive barking is disturbing to other guests.  Please do not leave your pet unattended if tethered outside.


No alcohol, glass containers, smoking, littering, disturbing noise, bonfires or motorized vehicles. No overnight sleeping or camping. 
NO DOGS: Nov. 1 – Mar. 31 9 am to 4 pm. Apr. 1 – Oct. 31 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 
Dogs are allowed all other times and must be leashed (see PET RULES). Please clean up after your pet. 


Washing and mechanical maintenance of RV’s, boats or vehicles is not permitted on park property. A boat rinse area is provided next to our boat launch. Please do not use soap or other chemicals.


All utility connections must be securely fastened.  ELBOW CONNECTOR MUST BE USED FOR GROUND SEWER HOOK-UP. ANY AND ALL SEWAGE SPILLS MUST BE REPORTED TO THE OFFICE IMMEDIATELY! A minimum $50.00 fee will be assessed for cleaning, depending on the severity of the spill. Guests may also incur any applicable fines imposed by City and State environmental regulations. Any use of cleansers or chemicals which can hit the ground is prohibited. 


Please use laundry etiquette when while using facilities. Do not leave laundry unattended. Please leave laundry room neat & clean.

Smoking is prohibited in ALL buildings in the resort.


No weapons or fireworks of any kind are permitted on the grounds. This includes firearms, BB guns, sling-shots, knives, or any other device or item that can be perceived or used as a weapon.


Bikes, Razors, skateboards and roller blades can be ridden on asphalt roads only at the rider’s risk. Unsafe maneuvers, tricks and other techniques that endanger the rider or others are prohibited. Courtesy to others is required at all times. Gas powered ATV’s and desert toys are not allowed in the park. California State Safety Regulations requires licensed riders to be at least 16 years of age, and a helmet must be worn at all times on scooters or motorcycles.



Neither Mission Bay RV Resort nor any other party involved in creating, producing, or delivering this site is liable for any direct, incidental, consequential, indirect, or punitive damages arising out of your access to, or use of, the website, Without limiting the foregoing, everything on this site is provided to you “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.


Wildlife is protected in the Mission Bay area. It is a felony to harm,

harrass, or disturb wildlife. Failure to abide by the law could result in a

$20,000 fine and/or imprisonment. (PC Code 597)


Reservations can be made up to one year in advance with payment in full at time of reservation.

Memorial Day - 4th of July - Labor Day: 3 night minimum stay.

No group reservations are available during the months of July and August.


Check-in 2:00 p.m. Check-out 12:00 p.m.

Guests arriving to check-in after 11 p.m. will be placed in a front, Super Site with full hook-up for the night.
Guests on site after check-out time are subject to tow at their expense.

Sites may be requested, however, not always guaranteed as staff reserves the right to move guest as necessary.
Maximum of 8 guests allowed per site. (1) One RV and (1) one additional passenger vehicle per site. Overflow parking is available for additional vehicles at a nominal charge. Additional vehicle and guest parking is available outside of the RV gates in the designated RV Guest Overflow Parking Area. A charge of $10.00 is assessed after 10 pm. This includes autos, boats, trailers, etc. No personal property on landscaping, grass or streets; sites must be kept clean and clutter free. Sprinkler system in grassy areas runs automatically on a regular basis so PLEASE NO DRIVING OVER THE GRASS! No tents, outdoor sleeping or sleeping in passenger vehicles. ALL SITES ARE BACK IN ONLY. We do not offer pull-thru sites. Please do not block or occupy sites other than the site you have rented. 31 days is the maximum stay. The guests and the RV must leave the property for 24 hours before returning for a new stay. NO EXCEPTIONS. Guests failing to depart at the end of their 31 day stay will be denied any future reservations and RV will be subject to tow at owner’s expense.


Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.  All persons under the age of 18, must return to your campsite by 10:00 pm.  NO GENERATORS are to be used at anytime.   Please be considerate of your neighbors.  


SORRY, we do not honor late check-outs during our Summer Season. During the winter season, we can grant late check-outs until 4 p.m. on your day of departure based on availability for an additional $20.00. After 4 p.m., guest will be charged for an extra night. Request for late check-out must be made by 10am on your check-out date.


A $25 administration fee will apply to all cancellations. The fee will be waived if the reservation is re-scheduled within one year of your original dates.Cancellations made less than 24-hours prior to arrival, No Calls, and No Shows will be charged one night stay plus tax.

NO REFUNDS on early departures.


Security provides 24-hour support and assistance to Mission Bay RV Resort. For assistance after office hours, please call 619-806-3571. In case of a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.


FREE Wi-Fi is offered to MBRV guests. A password is provided upon check-in, however, please be advised some computer hardware may not be compatible with the Wi-Fi service offered. Wi-Fi is not guaranteed. Internet services may only be used for lawful purposes. Transmission of material in violation of federal or state regulation is prohibited. You agree to indemnify Mission Bay RV Resort from any and all claims resulting from your wrongful or unlawful conduct and/or improper use of the services.


Lost and found is at the RV office and available during regular office hours. Mission Bay Resort is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Please secure your valuables at ALL TIMES!


Pursuant to California Civil Code Section 799.20, et seq., a recreational vehicle may be removed from the premises without judicial hearing, after the service of a 72-hour notice, if the occupant has been in the park for 30 days or less for any of the following reasons:

1. Failed to pay for his/her occupancy in the park

2. Failed to comply with the park’s rules and regulations Pursuant to CA Civil Code Sections 799.20 et. Seq.

3. Failure to vacate on specified date Pursuant to CA Civil Code Section 1866


Traffic Law Enforcement Agency: (619) 531-2000

The management reserves the right to refuse service to anyone and will not be responsible for accidents, injuries or loss of money, jewelry or valuables or any kind.