Silver Strand State Beach is a 7-mile isthmus that connects the city of Coronado and Imperial Beach and sits between the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay. The spot is named for the silvery oyster shells that cover the beach and dunes here and you can also find clams buried in the sand by the water. A lot of the folks who camp here are repeat customers, visitors who've fallen in love with The Strand and return for a visit year after year. Campers will find 136 RV campsites (all with electric hookups). Tent camping is not allowed. Silver Strand State Beach also has some really nice picnic areas (on the bay side - accessed through a tunnel under the highway), barbecue pits, fire rings, lifeguards, public showers, snack bar, and restrooms. The beach front camping sites are numbered 101 to 137, the 2nd row (from the beach) are 201 to 235, the 3rd row (from the beach) are 316 to 334, and the 4th row (along the road/highway - furthest from beach) are numbered 401 to 429 (sites 410 and 411 do not exist). Sites 101, 102, 201, 203, 301 and 302 are handicap campsites.
Please enjoy the campsite photos of Silver Strand State Beach campground. We will continue to add more campsite photos of the campground if some are not available.