Calif. RV Park Featured in Writer's List
Spending the night at the beach is a no-no at most Los Angeles coastal areas. At Dockweiler Beach, however, spending the night is a yes-yes, as long as you have access to an RV or a camping trailer, Long Beach Press-Telegram columnist Richard Guzman reported in the Los Angeles Daily News.
Dockweiler RV Park is open throughout the year and lets campers spend the night on the sand. Well, techinically in a parking lot next to the sand, but the water is just a few feet away. Each space has a picnic table and grill and there are also showers on the campgrounds.
It costs $55-$65 depending on how close the space is to the sand. Of course, it’s not really camping unless there’s a campfire and they have that too. Fires are allowed at designated spots on the beach. The fire pits are also open to the general public, however, and not just reserved for campers.
To read Guzman's entire column on things to do at California beaches in the winter, click here.