From I-405 take the Seal Beach Blvd off-ramp. Turn South on Seal Beach Blvd and travel south about 1.5 miles. Turn left at Westminster Blvd, get in the far right lane and go 100 yards to the Westminster Gate at light; turn right. After gate, follow Kitts Hwy to Forestall Av and turn right; then turn right past the Seabreeze RV Resort marque. ---- Although the RV Park tells us to use the above directions, MANY TIMES the Westminster Gate will be closed, or they won't allow the public through these gates (when ammunition is being delivered). As an alternative, directions for the main gate are: From I-405 take the Seal Beach Blvd off-ramp. Turn left on Seal Beach Blvd and travel south about 2 miles. The main gate (GATE 1) will be on your left on Forrestal Ave.. After entering the gate, the campground is a block down on your left.
Reservations: (562) 626-7106
Seabreeze Campground, Bldg 35, Code N92, 800 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA 90740
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, DoD Civilians, Guests.
Year round. Peak Season: May through Labor Day Weekend
Recommended. Active Duty: 12 weeks in advance. Reservists, retired military, 100% disabled veterans, DoD civilians and retired DoD civilians: 10 weeks in advance.
Free WiFi available.
USPS: (Your name), c/o General Delivery, 2929 Westminster Ave., Seal Beach, CA 90740-9999 ---- UPS/FedEx: UPS/FedEx: (Your Name), 800 Seal Beach Blvd, Bldg. 35, (Your Space #), Seal Beach, CA 90740
Pets are allowed at the RV Resort; however, they are not allowed in the cabana area, restrooms, laundry or registration buildings. There is a limit of domestic 3 pets. The owner of the pet is responsible for cleaning up after their pet.
Rates are for military-DoD-guests. Rates are for 4 people (Military) or 2 people (DoD/Guests). Extra people are another $1.50 per night. All pull through sites and long term guests will have a limitation of a 2 week maximum stay during peak season and a 30 day maximum stay during low season (November 1st - March 31st). The back-in sites will be the only sites available for guests planning to stay in the park long term.
Big Rig Friendly?
Tennis, Sand Volleyball Court, Cabana and BBQ, ITT Ticket Office, Club, Credit Union. RV storage available at $2 per foot/mo.
Welcome to the Seabreeze RV Resort located at the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach! The RV Resort features 85 concrete 50 ft. x 20 ft. pads complete with direct hookups to water, electricity, Direct TV, and sewage. Come enjoy the attractive landscaping throughout the Resort which compliments Naval Weapons Station’s existing Quality of Life facilities.
The Seabreeze RV Resort has a distinctive, but warm registration office where friendly staff is available Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. A Camp Host is available after normal business hours. The resort also includes a state-of-the-art bathroom and showers complex, free laundry facility, group cabanas and barbeque, fitness walk/run trail and RV/car wash bay.
Amenities within walking distance include Navy Exchange Mini-Mart, park and picnic area which includes covered cabanas, barbeque grills, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits and children’s playground. You may also enjoy our 27-hole championship Navy Golf Course open to the public, located approximately 5 miles away in the city of Cypress.
The Seabreeze RV Resort better meets the needs of military families visiting Orange County, located just a half hour from renowned attractions such as Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. RV Resort patrons will have access to nearby beaches, marinas, shopping malls, amusement parks, and much more! Whether the visit is for a quiet get-away weekend enjoying the charming atmosphere of Old Town Seal Beach, or a fun-packed vacation for the entire family, this immaculate resort’s location allows for a memorable experience for everyone.
For reservations or more information, please contact the RV Park Assistant Manager at (562) 626-7106.
This is definitely on our list for return. Location is perfect for shopping, beach, attractions etc. Staff most helpful for securing information and obtaining tickets for attractions. Campground is very clean with nice and free laundry. Did see several coyotes, blue heron, egrets and lots of ground squirrels. We were in site 44, large, full hookups and quiet. Had no problem with critters or bugs. We used Petsmart for boarding and daycare when needed. They are located off 605 and Carson. Very good facility and would use again. Grocery of preference was in the Pavilions Shopping Center, Von's since they honor Safeway for gas discounts. Only 5 minutes away on Pacific Hwy. Seal Beach is also only 5 minutes away and beach is very nice with pier. Restaurants and some local shopping on Main. Chevron on Westminster and Seal Beach honors the gas discount. Thanks to all who made our stay nice. Amy and John Stanton
We have been coming here since they opened this facility and find it one of the best in the military system. They have all these free amenities like laundry, Wifi, CATV (reception a bit shaky!), etc. The setting is very nice being right on the preserved wetlands and location relative to beaches, shopping, and entertainment can't be beat. And now they offer a monthly rate that figures out to a bit over $25 per day! Our only gripe this visit is that for whatever reason they have let the ground maintenance get out of control. We have never seen the grass so long and shaggy. Hopefully this is due to the economic times and budget restraints and the gorgeous landscaping will come back soon. This is really our winter "home base" as we are full-timers.
Just like last year this place is THE GREATEST! I'm not a full timer but I just retired in May and have been on the road a lot since. The construction is finished so the dust and noise have stopped. I gave the VALUE a top rating considering the amazing quality and spaciousness after I did a couple price checks at some other RV facilities in the area...most places were much smaller and a LOT more money. $55 and up...one place was $90 per night....Newport Dunes a few miles south of here have some sites that start at $276! so I'm not complaining at all. I noticed there was no mention in the list of rules about no photos this time. I didn't go ask but maybe that's changed. BX/PX/NEX addicts will be glad to know the building that was Bunker 33 is the new NEX. Quite a bit bigger than the old one and open on Saturday...Opens the first week of August.
G.H. left this review using the Directory software: - One of my top 5 favorite military famcamps yet because of the spacious RV sites. But, bring ant traps and immediately and secretly set them out near the sewer, water, and electrical lines when you set up. Because the base is a "wildlife refuge" they do not allow or use insecticides to control the rampant ant population and they will get into everything. Had to dispose of about everything in the pantry after the first night because of the ants.
Although the daily price of $30 day is more than we have paid at other military RV parks, the location, free laundry, on-site RV/car wash and large level sites make up for the price. We stayed here in a 40' 5th wheel and will be back again!
This is our second time here in a 40' motorhome. The sites are spacious with a separate indent in the pad for TOAD parking with about 25' of grass area between pad sites. From the gate security forces to the occupants of the RV park, everyone has been friendly. The office personnel were friendly and helpful. This is a very nice park to spend some time to rest and enjoy the area. It is an easy stepping-off point for the next leg of a trip North. It would be nice if pictures were allowed in the RV park. It's ironic that one can get a satellite view of the entire facility using BING maps and their bird's eye view. It would be a nice feature to have a dog run and most military facilities have the land to put in a small run.
We appreciated the large pull-thru site so that there was space for our Jeep. The park was very well kept and our welcome was quite friendly. The car/RV wash for $2.00 was a great amenity. Can't say enough of this place! Enjoyed riding our bikes just around the park and noticing all the wildlife.
We had a good time. Have no pictures to share of our time here as they do not allow ANY pictures to be taken on base. Only down side was the mowing every day somewhere in the park while we were here. The mower is VERY loud.
Very much enjoyed this excellent RV park! Large spaces, immaculately maintained with a professional and friendly staff. Conveniently located to many Southern California vacation spots. Really enjoyed Dog Beach! Wish the Navy store on base had been open on Saturday! They still require vehicle stickers or the temp paper ones. Most other DOD facilities have done away with those, just require presentation of valid ID. The laundry room was clean and free! Will be back for sure, Bill from Boise, Idaho
We stopped here again to visit family. We really like this RV Park and hope they never raise the prices as other Navy campgrounds have done in the San Diego area. The current rate of $30 a night is already at the high end for a MWR benefit. This time, we met with David, a camp host. He was very friendly and helpful. The grounds are always in excellent condition, except watch out for the ants, rabbits, and squirrels. If you're not careful, you can have some minor problems. There's no commissary or exchange (except for shoppette). However, I did get a $7.50 haircut and used the free laundry (very clean) at the RV Park. At least that's a few benefits that are still reasonable. We'll probably be back again next winter.
We just finished a month here in site 24 and wish we could stay longer. This camp is just a gem. Our site was directly across from the (free!) laundry and the WiFi repeater (really good reception with 3 network connections to choose from. The handicapped shower was the nicest I have seen - grab bars all around. And this place is CLEAN. Because of the wildlife preserve on the base, you will see coyotes, geese, ducks and cranes, ground squirrels, bunnies. Also lots and LOTS of kildeer - even at night. The only reason this place did not score a 5 in Amenities is because there is no BX to speak of - more like a little shoppette. No fast food on the base, but a short drive out the gate there is just about anything you need. I have heard that fire ants are bad here in the summer, but the only adverse thing we ran into was over Christmas and New Year's with the extremely dense fog. We loved it here!
What a fantastic place. So clean, everyone is friendly, free WiFi, free laundry. We're only 10 miles from family. No where else could we find a place this nice, and the price is the best for the area. We'll be here a lot.
Our third visit here. The location is great for us, as it's near relatives. We took advantage of the free admission to Knotts Berry Farm for veterans. Although we wish the daily rates were a little lower, we like this RV Park. We also took advantage of the free laundry. Tried the free WiFi, which wasn't any faster than my satellite Internet. But it's nice they now have free WiFi available. The gate guards even gave me DOD vehicle decals. Camp Pendleton wouldn't give them to us, as we're Texas residents and not stationed there. Office staff and camp host were friendly. We'll be back!
The daily fee has increased 40% since 2008 and though the park is very nice don't expect that sites will be cleaned up between visits. Our picnic table was greasy from the prior occupants cooking grill and the concrete slab had what appeared to be an oil stain running from the road to midway up the slab. Nevertheless, you won't find anything as reasonably priced in the area. There were four office workers in the office when we checked in - three playing solitaire on the computer and one checking us in. At lunch time all go at the same time so no business gets done while their gone. Must be the government's economic stimulus to enure people are employed - put four people to do the job one could do alone. I will concede, that the guy taking care of the lawn is doing an excellent job - he's the only one I saw actually doing working. WiFi is great - such a good change to the overpirced Tengo they had in 2008.
I've stayed here twice at two different sites. It's very expensive ($900/month), but a great place for me as I have relatives in the area. Friendly staff; it's clean; great weather; and the spaces are roomy. But,.................it's about the ants, mice, and other crawly types that are constantly marching into the coach! Be prepared to fight these critters especially during the late Spring and Summer months (ants). In an effort to stop incursions by mice and lizards, I keep all connections up off the ground. Plug all through holes and have ant traps everywhere. Even though I've done what I'm able to do about these things it's a constant battle. While I have a little semblance of control in my galley the ants are always exploring EVERYWHERE throughout the coach! I'm used to living in the field but c'mon! Evidently there is a policy of not dealing much with pest control at the resort. I'd think twice about coming here in the summer.
All of the previous comments still apply...awesome in so many ways...just a couple updates. First, the free WiFi is in...not real fast and goes down once in a while but it's free and useable. The other thing is a noisy construction project in the area between the RV park and the NEX...top of the diagram shown in the photos. It's an area that was projected to be an expansion of the RV park but is now going to be a new Marine Corps Reserve training center. They start in at 0700 with pounding, noisy equipment, back up beepers and all sorts of racket. The project is in the early stages (still placing forms for the foundation) so I'd say for the next year try to get a site as far away as possible...(toward the bottom of the diagram) maybe even ask to be placed as far away as possible. I'm not complaining (but I might ask to move)...just a heads up if you're coming this way.
J.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Very nice RV park with friendly staff and on-site host. Wide concrete sites that are not too close to your neighbors. Clean and fairly new laundry and bath facilities. Too bad the restaurant is closed! No commissary but at least they have a mini-mart. Great location and close to some of the BEST beaches. WiFi should be free! Expensive compared to out-of-state military RV parks but we would return.
Came in via the Westminster gate so road was not clearly marked but guards gave directions. If using the Main Gate the road to FamCamp is clearly marked. There is a friendly helpful staff with clean facilities. A vehicle wash facility was right at the entrance to the FamCamp since washing on the site is prohibited. At $2 for 5 minutes it’s an expensive one person operation or an economical two person job. All sites were long and wide. We stayed three nights. There laundry facilities, eight each washers and dryers with TV and books were free.
We originally planned to stay at an RV resort in Orange, CA. The day prior to departing I found this location on-line and attempted to make a last minute reservation - they were closed (it was a Saturday). I called Monday morning after staying a night at a KOA while en route and secured a reservation for all four nights. Wow! What a great surprise - excellent staff, a small shop for food and drinks located nearby, and only about 12 miles from Disneyland. I highly recommend using the truck entrance on Westminster Blvd (as posted by others) - front gate located at 800 Seal Beach Blvd is a tight fit (pull in your mirrors). There were some full timers at this location, but no us vs them attitudes. If you have kids keep them close as cars far exceed the posted 5 MPH speed limit. The adjacent kiddie park is okay. The only thing missing was a gas station on post, but there are two gas stations at the intersections of Seal Beach and Westminster. I paid $27 a night for a full hook-up pull-thru versus $80 at the off-post location.