Mission Bay RV Resorts Business Continuity Plan

Southern California’s Regional Stay at Home Order

Mission Bay RV Resort must abide by the Regional Stay at Home Order (RSHO) which started on December 6. Under this order, the resort remains open.  Please be aware, while the state Regional Stay Home Order remains in effect, we can only accept or honor reservations for essential travel. 

Here are frequently asked questions regarding the RSHO.

Southern California’s Regional Stay at Home Order

Mission Bay RV Resort must abide by the Regional Stay at Home Order (RSHO) which started on December 6. Under this order, our resort remains open.  Please be aware, while the state Regional Stay Home Order remains in effect, we can only accept or honor reservations for essential travel.

Here are frequently asked questions regarding the RSHO.

Q.  Is Mission Bay RV Resort open during the California Regional Stay at Home Order (RSHO)? 

A.  Yes – As part of the state’s critical infrastructure providing shelter and other essential services, Mission Bay RV Resort remains open subject to the restrictions of the RSHO and other state and local guidelines.

Q.  Can I make a new reservation or keep my existing reservation and travel to Mission Bay RV Resort during the Regional Stay at Home Order?

A.  Mission Bay RV Resort will only accept or honor reservations for essential travel during the effective dates of the Regional Stay at Home Order. During the check-in process, all guests will need to sign a form certifying that they are engaging in essential travel.  Click here to review the Travel Acknowledgement. 

Essential travel”  includes  work and study, critical infrastructure support, economic services and supply chains, health, immediate medical care, and safety and security.

If you have an existing reservation for non-essential travel, please call our Reservations Department at 877-219-6900 to reschedule or cancel your reservation.

Q.  Under the terms of the order, is my travel considered essential or non-essential?

A.  The state’s website includes the following definitions with links to Federal government guidelines:

  • Non-essential travel” includes travel that is considered tourism or recreational in nature.
  • Essential travel” includes  work and study, critical infrastructure support, economic services and supply chains, health, immediate medical care, and safety and security.

Q.  What if my travel is non-essential? Can I still stay at the resort even if I do not sign the Travel Acknowledgement form? 

Mission Bay RV Resort cannot accept reservations or stays for non-essential travel during the effective dates of the RSHO.  If your travel is non-essential, please call our Reservations team at 877-219-6900 to reschedule or cancel your upcoming reservation.

Only guests who sign the Essential Travel Acknowledgement certifying that they are essential workers or engaging in essential travel can be accommodated while the RSHO remains in effect.

  1. Can I stay at Mission Bay RV Resort during the RSHO if I live outside of California? 

Yes – out of state residents coming for non-essential travel will require a minimum stay of 14 days and must self-quarantine the first 14 days upon their arrival.

Can I still get takeout or food delivery under the Regional Stay at Home Order?

Yes, restaurants can stay open for takeout and delivery.  Campland’s Cantina is open for takeout. See Campland’s Cantina hours.

What is the Regional Stay Home Order?

A.  As of December 6, 2020, the California Department of Public Health’s Regional Stay at Home Order (RSHO) went into effect in the Southern California region.  For more information about California’s COVID-19 restrictions, including the RSHO, please click here.

Additionally, the state’s Travel Advisory remains in effect.

For additional information, please visit:  Covid19.CA.Gov

Q.  Do I need to follow local, state, CDC, and Mission Bay RV Resort staff COVID-19 restrictions? 

A.  Yes – Mission Bay RV Resort will continue to follow local, state, and CDC/federal guidelines, restrictions, and regulations.  We expect all our guests to wear masks whenever they are outside their RV, unable to physically distance (at least 6 feet) from others outside or enter any resort building.

Key prevention tactics include:

  • Physical distancing to the maximum extent possible, but at least 6 feet.
  • Use of face coverings by workers (where respiratory protection is not required) and customers,
  • Frequent handwashing and regular cleaning and disinfection
  • Do not gather outside of your household group