Pool is Open!
We are happy to announce that on June 12 we will be opening our pools at all of our resorts in San Diego!San Diego has everything you could want for your summer vacation!
Plan a day at the beach, explore spectacular hiking, and cool off at the pool!Start having summer fun in America’s Finest City!
Welcome to Oak Creek RV Resort in El Cajon, California
When you’re looking to escape to the outdoors, pull in to Oak Creek RV Resort, hidden in the foothills of the El Capitan Preserve and the Cleveland National Forest.
A short distance from the heart of San Diego, Oak Creek RV is a safe haven to rest your head. Disconnect for a while, and take advantage of our resort amenities while you’re here. Venture up into nearby hills for a breathtaking hike, or take a drive to Lake Jennings for a day of fishing.
Whichever road you travel, RV without bounds.
We moved here 2 years ago and have enjoyed living here. The only reason we are leaving is that we are being transferred out of state. I would recommend living here because the cost of rent is so high in the San Diego area and rent here is very reasonable.The facilities are nice, love the pool and hot tub!
I relocated to the San Diego area for one year for business in 2017. I chose to purchase a travel trailer rather than live in an apartment. I did a fair amount of research and chose Oak Creek RV Resort. Both of those choices proved to be excellent ones. I chose Oak Creek primarily because I knew that the staff would watch over my property on extended stays back to Phoenix.
Moderate pricing, not a lot of site separation, takes Good Sam and AAA discount. Well maintained park and nice pool and facilities. Most sites are satellite friendly. A bit out of the way at 17 miles to downtown San Diego.
The resort itself is very clean with a fulltime maintenance staff. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with native plants, flowers, and trees. The view of the mountains is incredible, especially at sunset. The crystal clear heated pool and Jacuzzi are cleaned and tested every morning, as I observed on my early morning walks with my two labs.