I stayed in this KOA years ago when my sons were small. We couldn't afford a real vacation so we just went to the KOA for a few days to "pretend" we were far from home. We had a tent to stay in and a camp stove to cook on. The boys had a great time at the rec-center and spent hours in the pool. Mostly I watched them and cooked on that camp stove. It was an interesting experience and a good preperation for a trip we took later through California and Nevada staying at KOAs.
Unique Quality: This is a fun and inexpensive way of travel. There are K0As around the country and if you like camping this is the way to go.
The Chula Vista KOA is just north of downtown, surrounded by hills, giving the feel of being out in the country. There is a general store, a recreation center, a swimming pool and places for parking a van, RV, or to set up a tent.
Well, since I first wrote this there have been some really nice changes to this KOA. First, it has grown in size and in amenities. They've added some nice landscape to add to big old trees giving welcome shade. The pool, office and General store is still there but they have a nice big playground, an events tent, a long row of "Deluxe" cabins, a cluster of "Log" cabins, they have huge tents to rent and spaces for the biggest to smallest motorhomes as well as tents of all sizes. There is a rec room and an Arcade for the kids. They even rent three and four wheeled cycles and surreys. The prices have more than doubled, but still less than even the least expensive hotels and well worth it. Fair warning, Deluxe cabins are just over $200.00!
692 H St, Chula Vista
150 Bonita Road, Chula Vista
632 E Street, Chula Vista
4550 Main Street, Otay Valley, Chula Vista
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Address: 111 North Second Ave, Chula Vista, California, 91910, United States