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Zushi Kotsubo Seaside RV Station (south side parking lot of Zushi City Fisheries Promotion Center)

kanagawa/Kotsubo, Zushi#絶景スポット
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2,000 JPY 〜/1 night
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Description

Located in Kotsubo, Zushi City, Kanagawa Prefecture, the fishing port of Kotsubo retains the good old atmosphere from the Kamakura period. Adjacent to Zushi Marina, where you can feel like a resort, you can see a row of palm trees from the spot where you stay in the car and see the sunset right in front of you. From the high ground of the adjoining Kotsubo Seaside Park, you can enjoy spectacular views of the sea of Shonan, Enoshima and Mt. Fuji. There are popular restaurants nearby where you can enjoy fresh seafood. You can also buy whitebait directly from the fisherman's hut.

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Basic Facilities

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

Additional Fee Facilities

Electricity socket
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Non-free Wifi
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Non-free Shower
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Onsen (Adult)
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Onsen (Child)
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Dustbin
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Dog Park
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Camping Behavior Allowed
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Tent (For 2-3 people)
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Tent (For 4-5 people)
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Cooking Allowed
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BBQ Facilities Rental
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Nearby Facilities

Convenient Store
セブンイレブン 逗子小坪店 (800m)
Supermarket
西友逗子ハイランド店 (3100m)
Gasoline
ENEOS 逗子久木 SS (三崎石油) (1900m)
Restaurant
漁港周辺にレストランあり (100m)
24h Toilet
小坪海岸公衆トイレ(小坪海岸バス停付近 駐車場から歩いて1分) (500m)
Onsen
あづま湯 (5200m)

Parking space

Maximum lots4 lot(s)
Parking Area Size:Length 8・Breadth 5・Height NaN m
※ Car size can be referred from here

Note

希望があれば漁港で水揚げされた魚介類(サザエやしらすなど)の直売もあります。 ◆新型コロナウィルス感染予防対策◆ 下記ご一読の上、感染予防対策にご協力くださいませ。 1.マスクの着用 駐車場内及び、他の利用者や地域住民とと接触する際は常時マスクの着用をお願い致します。 2.消毒の徹底 調理前、食事前、トイレ利用後に消毒の実施をお願い致します。 3.体調管理 当日まで体調管理を徹底いただき、少しでも体調に違和感のある場合にはご利用をお控えください。 ◆注意事項◆ 1.ゴミのポイ捨て、放置 ゴミのポイ捨て、放置は厳禁とし、指定のゴミ袋で捨てるかお持ち帰りください。 2.駐車場での焚火等火気の利用禁止 駐車場スペースでは焚火ピットやガスコンロ等であっても利用は禁止とします。 調理などは、安全を担保した上で車内で行ってください。 3.20時以降の騒音禁止 音楽・スピーカー、発電機の使用は20時以降禁止します。 4.場内でのエンジン 場内ではエンジンのかけっぱなしを禁止とします 5.受付について 受付は行っておりません。Carstayより指定のフォームよりチェックイン報告を行ってください。出入りは予約時間内であれば自由に行っていただけます。 6.近隣の動物について 近隣には、猫や鳥類が多く生息しております。お食事などの荷物は、外に放置しないようにしてください。 ◆よくあるご質問◆ Q:受付はないと確認していますが、駐車スペースは4台分あり、どこに停めてもよいのでしょうか?(早い者勝ち?) A:駐車場所に関しまして、基本的に自由に空いている場所へ泊めていただく事が可能です。また、ご予約の内容に応じてチャットにて駐車サイトを指定させて頂く場合がございます。その際は個別にご連絡させていただきます。 Q:駐車場で火器使用禁止は確認しましたが、イスとテーブルは駐車スペース内で周りに邪魔にならなければ出してもいいのでしょうか? A:椅子やテーブル、サイドオーニングなどは出してご利用いただけます。また近隣に猫などの動物も生息しているため食べ物などのお取り扱いには十分にお気をつけください。 Q:チェックイン15:00より早く到着した場合は空いてれば停めていいのでしょうか? A:予約当日の12時以降でしたら、ご利用可能です。


Cancellation Deadline

17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
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Reviews

3.92(39 reviews)
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クーキー
5.00Tue, May 2, 2023
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初めて利用させていただきました。 RVパークとは言っても、ただの空き地で、 傾斜がありました。 トイレは少し離れた公衆トイレです。 これでRVパークとしての規定を満たしているのか疑問です。 これで2000円は高いと思います。 ただとても静かで 隣の公園とヤシの木、海、それだけは最高です。


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シエラ
4.00Fri, Apr 28, 2023

逗子マリーナやキレイな公園、リゾートマンションの近くで雰囲気がいい。 砂利の駐車場でトイレはやや遠い。


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くん
3.00Tue, Apr 25, 2023
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良かった所は景色が良く美味しいお店や鎌倉観光が近いです。 出入りにポールをどかさないといけないのが面倒なのと区画がわかりづらい 電源が無いので料金は妥当だと思います。


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ミッチー
5.00Sun, Apr 23, 2023

最悪、便所は汚いしペーパーはもちろん無いのでペーパー探しに色々歩き回りました。駐車エリアの入口が分からず近くの駐車場管理の方に聞いても分からずで大変困りました。他に利用者が来たので助かりました。もう寝ていられないので午前2時頃に帰りました。


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CAMP君
4.00Sun, Apr 23, 2023

近くの公衆トイレに男女ともトイレットペーパーがありませんでした。 利用時は念のため用意された方がいいです。

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