Old Town San Diego

Our time limit was up at Circle RV in El Cajon so we headed towards Silver Strand State Beach in San Diego.  We stayed there last year, enjoyed it, and wanted to see it again.  However, we arrived there to find the campground closed due to some construction projects.  Oh well.  We made some lunch and then walked out to see the water briefly before moving on to Plan B.


Pacific Ocean

Mission Bay RV Resort was next in our plans after Silver Strand, so we just made that our destination for today.  We were here last year too.  It’s a nice, very clean and tidy RV park.  We are able to stay here at half price ($25/day) for a limit of four days with the Passport America discount.


Mission Bay RV Resort, #87

An art car caught our eye so we went by to take a picture.  There wasn’t anyone around to talk to about it.

Art Car

Art Car

We took a stroll down Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.  This area has been preserved as it existed during the Mexican and early American periods.  The old buildings are now shops and restaurants.




Old Town San Diego State Historic Park


Wells Fargo Stagecoach, built in Concord, New Hampshire in 1868.

  • Gasoline expense:  none
  • Camping expense: $110 for four nights.
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