Sunday, June 26, 2011

Newport Dunes


Situated opposite of the multi-million dollar beach front properties that line the golden coastline of southern Orange County’s Pacific Coast Highway, the Dunes presents a 110-acre year-round aquatic playground at the entrance to the Back Bay nature preserve that the entire family can enjoy. Once you park at the Dunes, you won’t need to start your vehicle again until you leave; everything you need is just a walk away.
From the moment you arrive, you will see children riding bikes, families and friends sharing a barbeque or roasting marshmallows on a stick over an open bonfire, people out in the water splashing about, and just lying on the beach soaking up the sun.

While most guests arrive by RV, stopping for just a few days rest as they continue to their final destination or staying for an entire vacation, you don’t need an RV to stay here. There are plenty of overnight options including tent camping and cottage rentals. Read the full Newport Dunes article here