Disclosure: This is not a compensated post. Complimentary accommodations were provided for review purposes. However, all opinions are my very own, and we really had one unforgettable weekend!
Earlier this month we had the opportunity to head south to San Diego for a weekend that we won’t soon forget. When I think of camping, I don’t usually think of camping in the middle of San Diego, but that’s exactly what we did and had the absolute time of our lives. I have to be honest, I’m not really a big fan of camping. I’ve done it a few times in my life and it’s not really my thing. My kids on the other hand have asked my husband and I on numerous occasions to take them camping. When we found out about the KOA San Diego’s Deluxe Cabins, we really wanted to give camping, or as I like to call it, glamping, a try. WE had so much fun and can’t wait to do it again. Here’s why…
The San Diego KOA is the 2013 campground of the year and I now know why. The staff are amazing, the activities are super fun for the entire family, and the cabins are absolutely pristine. The new deluxe cabins can sleep a family of six and feel quite luxurious. There are three flat screen TV sets, air conditioning, wi-fi, a nice kitchenette, a room with a bunk bed set (which the kiddos claimed as soon as they walked through the doors!), a room with a queen sized bed, and a sleeping loft. It was a slice of heaven in an urban oasis. The deluxe cabins also come with a gas barbecue and a fire pit. We enjoyed barbecuing and making s’mores as a family. We brought our groceries from home and enjoyed a fun and relaxing weekend without ever leaving the campground.
We all had so much fun enjoying the activities the camp provided. The kids rented fun bicycles and had fun exploring the campground. They also had a blast making and launching their own rockets, making tie dye shirts, and watching a puppet show as the sun went down. We really made some amazing memories and I would really love to go back again with my sisters and parents. We watched as three families rented cabins side by side and had the time of their lives. I honestly never would have considered camping, until I “glamped” at the San Diego KOA.
We didn’t really have the opportunity to take a summer vacation and I’m glad were able to make so many memories while glamping. I would have never really considered camping, until we discovered the San Diego KOA. Now I can’t wait to go back and camp! The San Diego KOA has given me a code to use to book on any type of accommodation. You can rent any type of cabin, tent site, or RV spot, using the code CL, and receive 25% off your stay. Cabins range from $150 to $235 depending on the season. The cabins work great for family reunions and boy/girl scout trips. I honestly can’t wait to go back again! For additional information head here.