Mission RV Park is situated in an urban setting with views of the San Bernardino Mountains and stores close by. RV’s can drive onto a level, slim-line concrete or gravel pad and be connected to electricity (30/50 amp) with water and sewer. You can surf the net at any time, as wifi is available, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the well-kept grounds, paved access roads, and sparkling restrooms and showers. There are around 86 pull-through and back-in sites with some full-timers and limited trees for shade.
Mission RV Park is an ideal place to camp if you're visiting friends in California or have come to see the sights. A busy road runs by the park, but any noise is only evident in the mornings when locals are heading to work.
The beauty of this park is its close proximity to where all the action is. The city of Redlands is a three-mile drive and renowned for its historic homes and stately Victorian architecture. It appears back in the day there was a community of wealthy snow-birders here who built extravagant homes to escape the harsh winters in other U.S states. Today, RVers emulate their pioneer ancestors by choosing campgrounds in California’s Mediterranean-style climate.
If you’re traveling with the kids, Splash Kingdom Waterpark is sure to be a hit with a unique, Egyptian beach theme, water slides, and pools. Caroline Park has a reputation for great hiking trails in a fairyland setting of flowering plants and local wildlife. The park is dog-friendly and a magical space for daily walks.
You might want to check out the neighboring town of Riverside, which houses the University of California and 40 dream acres of beautiful gardens at the foot of Box Springs Mountain. Intrepid adventurers will feel the adrenaline highs as they hike the rugged, scenic trails.
Family dogs are welcome at the RV park and must be kept on a leash unless they are in the small dog run area. Owners are required to pick up their pet's waste and monitor their fur-babies at all times.