Boulevard / Cleveland National Forest Koa

Boulevard, California

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The Oaks at Sacred Rocks, located in East County San Diego, boasts one of the highest water and air quality in the country. It is quiet, peaceful, and tranquil. It is a healthful environment and one of the most desirable destinations to relax, recharge and rejuvenate. The Oaks at Sacred Rocks RV Park and Campground is the perfect place to get away to relax with your family and friends. This idyllic RV Park and Campground is located less than 65 miles from the beaches of San Diego, nestled in the beautiful High Desert. We offer year-round beauty for RVs and camping enthusiasts of all ages. With over 160 tree-lined acres, The Oaks offers miles of hiking, biking and horse-riding trails to explore the beautiful Southern California desert and wildlife. The Oaks at Sacred Rocks is the jewel of California's RV parks and campgrounds. We invite you to experience our unparalleled beauty and nature.

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