RV Park Miura

Kanagawa/Hassemachi Wada, Miura-shi
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Description
This RV park is in Miura, close to Kamakura. Spacious toilet and washroom facilities are available. It is also possible to cook in the facilities, although there is also a convenience store just 200m away. It is possible to enter and leave at any time, although it is not permitted to park the car with the engine still running.

Basic Facilities
※There are also facilities that can be paid by cash at the station
24h Toilet
Water
WiFi
Playground
Pets Allowed
Smoking Area
Vending Machine
Washing Dryer
Waste Water Discharge
Security Cameras
EV Charger Stand

Additional Fee Facilities
Electricity socket
¥0/day
Non-free Wifi
Not available
Non-free Shower
¥0/time
Onsen (Adult)
Not available
Onsen (Child)
Not available
Dustbin
Not available
Dog Park
Not available
Camping Behavior Allowed
¥0/day
Tent Rental (For 2-3 people)
Not available
Tent Rental (For 4-5 people)
Not available
BBQ Facilities Rental
¥3000/day

Nearby Facilities
Convenient Store
7-Eleven MIURA-AKABANE (200m)
Supermarket
Super HARADA (2000m)
Gasoline
JA Hasse (1000m)
Restaurant
Marui restaurant (1200m)
24h Toilet
Not available
Onsen
Soreiyu Hill (2000m)

Parking space
Maximum lots
2 lot(s)
Height of each lot
4m
Breadth of each lot
4m
Length of each lot
6m
※ Car size can be referred from here

Note
The RV park is a non smoking area. Smoking is only permitted inside your own car with the windows closed, or outside the premises.

Cancellation Deadline
17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here


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ミヤシタコウキ
Sun, Feb 24, 2019
三浦海岸桜まつりの際に利用しました!オーナーの松尾様がとても人情味溢れる素敵な方で、三浦の観光情報や、近郊のサーフスポットを詳しく教えて頂きました。施設も広々としていて、夜はとても静かでぐっすり眠れます。そして、何よりも水洗い場やトイレが綺麗で感激しました!洗濯機・乾燥機も完備されていたので、ぜひまた数日滞在で利用したいオススメのRVパークです!

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