There are several campgrounds to choose from if you’re looking for Ventura Beach camping options. One of our favorites is Rincon Parkway. This campground offers beachfront RV camping along the Pacific Ocean in Ventura, California. For a fee, RVers can claim a parking space as their “beach home”. There are no amenities at this campground except for a few dumpsters and portable bathrooms. The trade off is the incredible view, being steps from the sand and the sound of soothing waves crashing in the background.

Ventura Beach Camping – Rincon Parkway

Ventura Beach Camping Rincon Parkway

We’ve camped at Rincon Parkway three times now. Twice in the Class A motorhome and once in the camper van. It’s safe to say that it’s one of our favorite campgrounds in the U.S. For any RVer traveling through Southern California, we highly recommend a visit to Rincon Parkway in Ventura, California.

Ventura Beach Camping Video

There are 127 paved sites at this campground. Most sites measure in at 45’ x 20’, there are some larger sites at the north end of the campground. The best site we camped in was #60 with easy beach access from the site. Since there is a rock wall between the sites and sand, it is more difficult to access the beach, from certain sites but there is public beach access at Hobson Park or Faria Park.

The cost to park overnight has gone up $2 since our last visit. It is now $30 per night plus $1 per pet per night. Below are the campground rules for Rincon Parkway.

Rincon Parkway Campground Rules

Some sites are level while other sites require pads and blocks. We only had to use one Hosspad to get our home on wheels level.

Rincon Parkway camper van

Since there is no dump facility at this campground, a third party will come to your site for RV pumping and portable water. The last price posted was $60 to pump out the tanks with 50 gallons of water or $40 without water.

The morning is usually overcast so we stay inside to have breakfast and enjoy the sound of the waves. By mid-day the marine layer will burn off and we sit outside to enjoy the sunshine. Let us know if you end up at Rincon Parkway. We’d love to hear about your experience.

$30/night no hookups
127 individual sites – no reservations
Portable toilets
5 day limit high season/7 day limit low season
Dog friendly $1/night per pet
LTE Version cell service

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