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Camping Dockweiler State Beach in California

Dockweiler State Beach is located in Los Angeles, California. Even though the beach is considered to be a member of the California state park system, it is actually managed by the Los Angeles Beaches and Harbors Department. This 91-arce beach was established in the year 1948. Originally the beach was part of the Venice-Hyperion Beach State Park. However, it was renamed Dockweiler State Beach in 1955 after a politician and lawyer named Angeleno Isidore B. Dockweiler.

Camping at Dockweiler State Beach

Unfortunately, there are not any primitive campsites available at Dockweiler State Beach. The Dockweiler RV Park, however, is readily available for RV campers. Dockweiler RV Park is actually the only RV campground on a beach available in the entire Los Angeles area.

Amenities at Dockweiler State Beach

The RV campground offers their guests electrical hookups, water hookups, and sewage hookups. It also features a pump out station, a laundry facility, and hot showers. Each of the campsites has their own picnic tables and barbecue grills.

Things to do at Dockweiler State Beach

Just a few feet away from the RV camps individuals can enjoy a friendly game of volleyball or go on a refreshing stroll along the beach. If you are with your significant other you can even settle in for a romantic evening by a campfire on the beach. The Dockweiler State Beach is also a great spot for individuals who want to go swimming or try surf fishing.

Dockweiler State Beach
12501 Vista Del Mar
Playa del Rey, California 90293
Phone Number: (310) 823-3744

Dockweiler State Beach Hours
The beach is open 24 hours a day; however, lifeguards are only on duty during daylight hours.

Parking Fees:
$3.00 to $8.00 (Winter Season)
$3.00 to $10.00 (Summer Seasons)

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