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I don't normally write reviews until we get home, and I can think about the entire trip, but in this case, if someone is looking for a get away at the end of the season, and you have an rv or camper, or even a...More
We stayed for four nights at Honey Bear By The Sea park in a 40’ fifth wheel. We stayed in site 36, a pull-through site with 50 amp. Since we were at the end of the row, we had slightly more space on our door...More
Thank Philip G
Response from HoneyBear-ByTheSea, General Manager at Honey Bear By The Sea, RV Resort & CampgroundResponded 2 weeks ago
So happy you enjoyed your stay Phillip and thank you for your kind words. All the best and Happy Trails, "The Bear"
Great staff, great facility very pleased with the bar and food. Fantastic experience right down to the Jalpeno Margaritas in the bar. Best Space is 17 for a view of the Ocean, 16 also very nice. Showers free with space.
I was on a school trip with 30 of us from California and honey bear opened up his big arms and welcomed us in despite usually not hosting big groups. They gave us the best treatment for a camp we could ask for and we're...More
Look dudes I hate camping next to others. I hate sharing disgusting public camp restrooms. I really hate trying to go in the woods and only finding a concrete public camps and breathing in the campers next door cigarette smoke. But I had no choice...More
Thank Jacob L
Response from 1dreamseeker, Manager at Honey Bear By The Sea, RV Resort & CampgroundResponded 1 August 2017
Thank you for your very kind words. All of the Honey Bear team works hard each day to make sure we are keeping our campers happy and it recharges us to hear that folks are enjoying themselves and leaving with good memories and a desire...More
Response from dahlia080 | Reviewed this property |
Some campsites have tree shade, others are open. It is not like being in a forest, if that is your expectation. Meadow location is probably the nicest, which has some trees. Walk to ocean is across two highways, at least... More
Some campsites have tree shade, others are open. It is not like being in a forest, if that is your expectation. Meadow location is probably the nicest, which has some trees. Walk to ocean is across two highways, at least 1/4 mile, maybe up to half a mile. Definitely not oceanfront.
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"All sites look wonderful to us. Other campers are very quiet and considerate."