Real, Quezon: Surfing & Camping Vacation at The Park

Real Quezon The Park Tignoan waves Conveniently located only 2-3 hours away from Rizal Province, passing by the picturesque Laguna Lake and through the scenic Sierra Madre Mountain Ranges, is the coastal town of Real, Quezon. Due to its proximity, my friends and I have been coming to this beach destination for quick and easy getaways such as this three-day surfing and camping vacation at The Pacific Recreation Kamp a.k.a. “The PaRK

Sunrise The Park Tignoan Real QuezonSunrise at The Park in Brgy. Tignoan, Real, Quezon

The PaRK provides visitors with safe campgrounds covered in soft grass and shaded by trees, ideal for pitching tents or setting up hammocks. Campsite is equipped with a open cottages, cooking areas, a basic C.R., shower areas and there’s also a store. Thus, all basic needs can be found at The PaRK which makes your camping trip much easier and safer. (See previous post about The Park, The Pacific Recreation Kamp in Real, Quezon)

sunset at river The Park Tignoan Real QuezonSunset at the river.

Real, Quezon lies on the eastern coast and faces the open Pacific. At certain months of the year, swell rises to tremendous heights which are perfect for surfing. We spent most our time at the beach break to learn the watersport and to avoid potential hazards on rocky areas. (See previous post about activities in Real, Surf, Skim & Swim in Real, Quezon)

Surfing Real, Quezon Tignoan The ParkSurfing in Real, Quezon

Teefs slippers real quezonWe did a small photoshoot for our friend’s slipper business. For orders and inquiries, visit Teefs on Facebook.

The Park is our quick remedy to beach getaways when budget is tight. In addition, going to Real instead saves us the hassle of embarking on long road trips especially when schedules conflict. Summer season is right around the corner and you might be looking for a nice and affordable place for a vacation not far from Manila, consider The PaRK on your list.

Surfing in Real, Quezon The Park TignoanPhoto by Yani Panlilio.


Fast facts that may help you in your trip:

1. Buses like Raymond Transit have daily trips from Sampaloc, Manila to Real, Quezon (approximately P200.00). Trip goes on for 24 hours. Just to be sure, contact the terminal 733 93 80

2. Rates and fees at

The PaRK Entrance Fees
Php 50.00/person – overnight
Php 35.00/person – day trips

Php 20.00/person – day trip
Php 35.00/person – overnight

Tent Fees
Php 50.00 – Pitching fee per tent if you’re bringing your own.
Php 300.00 – Tent rentals (2-3 persons)

Open Cottage Rental
Php 600.00 – small kubo
Php 900.00 – big kubo

3. The campsite has a common bathroom, a shower area, and grill stations.

4. They also have a beach house where you could rent the entire house or just the rooms, here are the rates:

Php 5,000 .00- Whole house excluding air-con room (4)
Php 7,000 .00- Whole house including air-con room (5)
Php 1,200.00 – non-airconditioned room

5. The beach house has a kitchen, they have utensils, a CR, a dining area, a porch – it’s a house literally.

6. There’s a sari-sari store at The PaRK where you could buy snacks, canned goods, drinks, etc. and you could also have them cook food for you, for an extra charge of course. You could also go to the small market, about a 5-minute drive, where you could buy seafood.

7. Surfboard rental is P200.00/hour or P500.00/half day

8. Contact Person
Teody Villaflor – 0920 924 61 02
Ate Chloe – 0921 312 48 92

9. More destinations in Quezon Province.

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12. Enjoy and have a safe surfing vacation. =D

The Park Tignoan Beach Real QuezonGood friends, good vibes.


82 thoughts on “Real, Quezon: Surfing & Camping Vacation at The Park

  1. idol! noan to from dlsc. tanong ko lang kung aus kaya puntahan to ng bayan bayan from sta.rosa- calamba – etc ng may ride. o mas maganda na mag manila nlng? salamat!

  2. Hi, I want to go there for the seafoods, it was featured in Sports Unlimited and sabi nila cheap daw seafoods dun:-)

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  4. Ayos to sir ah. Mas malapit kumpara sa zambales (so far kase yun yung pinakamalapit kong napuntahang surfing spot). Tanong lang sir, madame bang tao? La union/baler type ba yung crowd o parang liwliwa na chill lang at konti tao? Mejo hassle kase pag sobrang crowded, bukod sa siksikan, nakakahiya din pag novice surfer pa lang na nagpapractice. Salamat in advance 🙂

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  6. hello po.. sana masagot niyo ung tanong ko… paano po magpunta sa The PaRk from las piñas… san po ung terminal? meron po ba sa pasay? ung biyaheng tuloy tuloy po sana saka ung pinaka mura. hehe alam nio na barat din po ako… thank you po sana po masagot nio ung tanong ko 🙂

  7. Hello po balak po sana namin ng best friend ko pumunta ng laiya , saan po ba maganda sa laiya or the PaRk po? Yung cheap budget na sulit at maganda po this Friday na po kami aalis at may tent po kaming dala. Salamat po

  8. I think mas maganda sa the PaRK pero sir dalawa lang po kami ng bestfriend ko all girls safe po ba? Ano po bang pwedeng masakyan victory liner or florida? Ngayong friday na po lami aalis may tent na po kami sino po ang pwde naming makontact dun sir salamat:)

  9. Hello po. Just want to ask, ano pong preferred way kung commute lng po, raymund bus or thru laguna po? considerations po ay un less hassle, at mas mabilis.. thanks po

  10. Hi! tumatanggap kaya sila ng reservation?(beach house) and ano po ung mga landmarks (if ever n meron) pag ppnta d2?thanks..

  11. hi sir nag papa reserve b kayo pag pmupnta d2 or nag wawalk in lng kayo where planning to go here this weekend

  12. Saan po kaya ang daan nito pa San mateo Rizal to The Park. Real Quezon. Balak nmin pumunta this weekend ng nka motor lang. 🙂

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