Jalama Beach County Park

9999 Jalama Rd, Lompoc, California
Public Park
10 reviews

Rates

Daily: $40 Reported 3 months ago
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Amenities

  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Restaurant
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Campfires
  • Dump Station
  • Playground
  • Fishing
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access

Reviews

user-4871993605750784

“Breathtaking view”

We are fortunate to live locally and frequently camp at Jalama Beach.  We also come out just for a day trip since we live so close.  Family and dog friendly.  I love this place.  Most of the powered sites are pretty tight.  Beach sites are a little bigger, you are parked right on the sand, which has its pluses and minuses. 

There are a few first come first serve sites but most are on a reservation basis.  Most can book out up to 6 months out.  So don’t drive all the way out there expecting to snag a site on the fly, you might be disappointed. 

It is frequently very windy here and the weather can change very quckly, we’ve seen lots of awnings lost because campers leave their camp when the wind is mild and it’s blowing gail force by they time they get back.  Especially in the evenings evenings, sundowners are very common here. 

If you like pristine beaches, fresh air and no cell service and are traveling the central coast you will probably like Jalama.  The food at the beach store is yummy too!
Iony

“Kalamazoo Beach”

Very nice! Good food!
Fulltime-RV-Folks

“Cleanest Restrooms Ever Seen!”

We stayed at Jalama in the non hookup spots, so had to use the facilities at the park. We usually go in expecting the worst... Well not this time! We came up as Debbie was finishing the restrooms, and o my gosh, I could have had a picnic on that floor.A+! They are probably the cleanest restrooms since we were in Texas!Thank You Jalama!
user-5214287826518016

Super friendly to a novice RV family and an absolutely beautiful view!  Completely worth taking the 14 mile drive in to the campground.  Wish we would've tried the burgers :)
Fulltime-RV-Folks

“Hidden Gem!”

You head in for an amazing scenic drive of green hills with angus cows, and deer, chilling in meadows! You arrive to a place where a lot of people from the closest town don't even know about.The Rangers are helpful and the camp hosts, The Crouches, are amazing!They even rent cabins for people who are not into RV's!Don't miss this spot!
Terri-Dave
Stayed: 03/04/16 to 03/06/16

“Remote and beautiful”

It's a lovely 14 mile drive out to the beach from Hwy 1.  We stayed on the lower level, and the sites were very close together without much privacy.  The sites on the hill with hookups looked pretty nice.  We were able to book our site online, but some sites are first-come-first-served.  Restrooms were gross, but they did have 10 individual showers. As others said, we had lots of wind. 
RoeRVing
Stayed: 12/03/15 to 12/04/15

“Off season travelers”

It is totally worth it to take the 14 mile drive to the coast from Hwy 1.  We had an electric only spot up top with a great view of the ocean.  Be sure to secure everything during the night to avoid having it blown away. Santa Ana winds kicked up and rocked our rv pretty good. Nice beach that you can take your dog on.  Near tracks but train noise minimal. Store on-sight has tons of stuff. They have a restaurant as well but we didn't give it a try.   
John-Jill

“Great place out a ways”

Most spots are without facility. The reserved spots are electricity. The spots on the hill are tough to get into backing a trailer or 5th wheel. Park and people are perfect for an out of the way park. Small restaurant. Really nice beach. Stayed one night. Wished we could have stayed longer but no weekends available until December. Spots were available. Just couldn't reserve. 
meandean
Stayed: 05/26/15 to 05/28/15

“Beautiful scenery”

The wife and I just took our first trip up here in our new trailer, though we have been tent camping here for years. Absolutely beautiful scenery. We saw whales and dolphins right off of shore, and the sea cliffs are definitely a site to see.  It gets very windy here! The kiosk has a sign stating that 40mph winds are common in the spring time  I would guess we had 25 mph winds, but only from about 11am-5pm. 

The particulars; the hookup sites have level cement pads and only electrical hookups. Rv water fill provided free down by the dump station. Dogs cost $3 each per day. 
user-2305003

“Most beautiful place”

We went here as a family a few years back. We are looking to go again in the next few weeks.
This is a place you can turn the kids loose and they will have a blast! 
Nothing like letting your kids run free with no stress... 
If your family is addicted to electronic devices this place has NO service at all. They have a pay phone if you have to make a call. (This bothered my husband)
Also there is a small camp store that has a few things.
It is first come. So if you don't get there Thursday you may not get a site for the weekend!
There are a lot of day users to this place for the surfing. 
Your family will love this place!

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