City Campground Now Open, Reserve Your Spot
Now accepting online reservations
Almost two years since the City began its transformation of its outdated, underused campground, the City has officially opened its new highly anticipated, state-of-the-art resort - Launch Pointe Recreation Destination & RV Park.
Launch Pointe is a world-class recreational destination that offers a variety of options for camping and activities that appeal to anyone seeking to get away and enjoy lakeside fun. It is the only Southern California destination that provides the ultimate experience on the largest natural freshwater lake, Lake Elsinore, for families and outdoor enthusiasts who want to create amazing stories and lasting memories.
Whether it’s enjoying a full hookup RV space or splashing around in the swimming pool, Launch Pointe is the place to launch your adventure, create epic moments and embark on a truly unique camping experience.
The resort offers 204 RV spaces with full hook ups and other ways to stay and play, including customized vintage trailers and yurts. See below for many more reasons to come experience Launch Pointe.
In Lake Elsinore, we Dream Extreme. Launch Pointe is among one of the City’s largest projects in our history. It is yet another extreme example of why Lake Elsinore is the place for outdoor adventures and activities such as high-speed boating, off-road racing, skydiving, hang-gliding, fishing, camping and more.
The City celebrated the opening of Launch Pointe with a Launch Party and an Exclusive, VIP Campout weekend. From delicious food, exciting games, and unique activities, our guests were able to enjoy and discover all the awesome things one can experience at Launch Pointe.
Online reservations are open! Reservations are allowed through January 5, 2020.
Your Adventure Starts Here. Reserve Your Spot Today!
LAUNCH POINTE MAP
KEY FEATURES OF LAUNCH POINTE: Reasons to Experience LP
- 47-Acre Lakefront Recreation Destination & RV Park, City Property is a total of 85 Acres
- 7 Unique RV Areas: The Infield, Track & Trails Parkway, The Fields, Base Camp, Aquaplane Lane, Canopy Court and The Loop
- 204 Recreational Vehicle Spaces with Full Campsite Hookups, Concrete Pads and Privacy Fences
- 3,000 Acre Natural, Freshwater Lake – the largest in Southern California, offering excellent fishing and boating adventures
- 5,000 Sq. Ft. Community Hall and 45,000 Sq. Ft Lawn Area Outdoors Perfect for Weddings, Reunions and Corporate Retreats
- Yurt Village with 6 Themed Yurts to Provide Guests Different Stay Experiences
- Vintage Village featuring 9 Customized Classic Vintage Trailers and Airstreams with Private Patios and Stunning Lake Views
- New Bait & Tackle Shop and Food and Beverage Concession Stand – The Bobber
- New Administrative Check-in Building and Kiosk
- Picnic Tables, Shade Structures and Unique Activity Areas
- Trails & Wayfinding Signage throughout the Resort
- 141 RV and Boat Storage Rental Spaces
- Unique Water Features including a Swimming Pool and Splash Pad
- Interactive, Biba Enabled Playground
- 6 Lane Boat Launch
- On-Site Lake Rentals including Pontoon Boats, Fishing Boats, Kayaks and Paddleboards
- State-of-the-Art RIFD Technology to Provide Secure Access to Amenities, Goods, Services, Food, Beverages and Share their Experiences with Family and Friends
- Realigned Entrance and Entryway Monuments at Lincoln Street and Riverside Drive
CONTACT & LOCATION INFORMATION:
Launch Pointe Recreation Destination & RV Park
32040 Riverside Drive
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Hours of Operation: 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Monday – Sunday
Phone: (855) 471-1212
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HISTORY OF CITY CAMPGROUND
The campground and original boat launch were installed by the state in the 1960s. The City inherited the property from the state in 1993 and renamed it the Lake Recreation Area. Upon completion of a new $8 million six-lane boat launch and improved beach area in 2012, the City renamed the locale to La Laguna Resort & Boat Launch.
La Laguna was one of the terms used to refer to the lake in the decades leading up to cityhood in 1888 when the city’s founders named the new municipality Elsinore. In the early 1970s, the City added “Lake” to the title to put more emphasis on the City’s dominant geographical feature.
The City expects revenues generated by the campground’s uses will easily cover rehabilitation costs within a few years.