Marina Dunes RV Resort, located on the famous Monterey Peninsula in Marina, California, is a popular camping destination for RVers. Its convenient location makes it perfect for setting up camp and then exploring the surrounding beaches, shops, and golf courses that are all short distances away.
The Monterey Bay beaches are literally within steps of your RV site, so you and Fido can explore the ten miles of undeveloped lands that surround the resort as soon as you finish setting up on their leveled sites. Full hook-ups are included on every site, and patios are provided. This resort is the perfect combination of a vacation getaway in nature complete with the necessities that you can't live without, such as a full restroom and shower facility, cable TV, and wifi (all free with your stay). Barbecue grills and fireplaces are also provided.
Propane service and dump stations are within driving distance. You will find a gift shop, snack site, and a store for your RV supplies conveniently situated at the resort as well. Laundry services and recreational opportunities are available should you choose to make use of them.
If RVing isn't your thing and you'd rather tent, there are individual tenting sites available, with 20-50 amp electrical service on all sites. Rates are $85 for a full hookup site, $65 for limited service sites, and $50 for tent sites per night.
The resort is pet-friendly, so just about everywhere you go, Fido can go too, as long as they are well-behaved and on a leash.
When you are ready to explore beyond the resort, you will find the big cities of Monterey and Carmel a quick ten-minute excursion away. Many attractions are located in these cities, like wine tasting galore, world-famous golf courses, and hiking opportunities. The popular travel destinations of Big Sur and Santa Cruz are less than half an hour away.
Rates vary depending on your hookup needs, but their basic rates are for 4 people, with each additional person $5 extra per night. An 8-people maximum per site and 2-vehicle maximum per site restriction is imposed.