Whether you are traveling here from out of state or traveling 20 minutes, we encourage all off-roading and jeep enthusiast to come! You don't want to miss out and since you are coming, why not make a weekend or vacation out of it. There are so many things to do and see and after the Jeep-Bash you and your family could venture off and explore beautiful Southern California!
Southern California has it all - the Beaches, the Arts, the awesome Weather, the Culture, Huntington Pier, the Night life, the shopping and Catalina Island are just a few stops. We have something for everyone with even local off road wheeling a couple hours away. Where else can you enjoy the Ocean, the Mountains and Desert all in a day?
So save the date, Saturday, September 22, 2018 and plan your vacation to be with us at the 4th annual KMC Wheels Jeep-Bash presented by Jeep on the beautiful waterfront of Bolsa Chica State Park.
Travelodge by Wyndham Ocean Front - 17205 Pacific Coast Hwy, Sunset Beach, Huntington Beach, CA, 92649 United States, 888-734-8507 - ($$)
Best Western, 16912 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA, 92649 United States, 888-724-6413 - ($$)
Ocean Suf Inn & Suites - 16555 Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Beach, Huntington Beach, CA, 90742 United States, 888-675-8872 - ($$$)
Suf City Inn - 16220 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA, 92649 United States, 888-673-2059 - ($$)
Most competitive prices are on-line via different websites and search engines.
- Open from 6 am to 10 pm, Bolsa Chica State Beach provides ample parking lot space for $15 per day for standard rides and $30 per day for oversize vehicles, with no in/out privileges. Gates close at 9 pm. The maximum trailer, camper, and motorhome length is 40 feet. Please note parking rates are subject to change at any time without notice.
- If noshing on fresh Californian cuisine and sipping cocktails by the sea sound like your ideal beach day, Bolsa Chica State Beach is your happy place. Four newly minted gourmet concessionaires by acclaimed Prjkt Restaurant Group offer everything from burritos to firewood to poke nachos. At the most northern tip sits SeaLegs at the Beach, sister to award-winning SeaLegs Wine Bar, pouring wine and beer and serving up a champagne brunch, signature flatbreads, and more. Next in line is SeaSalt Beachside Burger plating nostalgic Santa Maria-style burgers paired with a craft beer garden. As they say, “it’s not your average burger shack.” Keep heading south and stop in at Beach City Provisions, a one-stop shop catering to RV campers and featuring comfort food, local craft beer, and a small general store. And finally, Pacific Kitchen at the southern most end offers sustainably sourced fish, acai bowls, coffee, and beer.
STATE PARK CAMPING
- Here you’ll find public restrooms, outdoor showers, wheelchair accessibility, Visitor Center, beach volleyball courts, basketball courts, year-round RV camping (reserve via Reserve America), paved beach path, picnic ramadas, barbecue grills, and 200 fire rings available on a first-come, first-served basis. Pro tip: Arrive early to claim one during peak season, or reserve a picnic area, which comes with its very own fire ring.