The city of Oceanside, California’s planning commission approved a giant mixed-use resort development and artificial surf lagoon to replace a 92-acre vacant lot and former home to a drive-in theater and swap meet. Ocean Kamp Resort will replace the large parcel located on the corner of Foussat Road and state Route 76 with a mixed-use development with 700 homes consisting of apartments, condos, townhomes and senior housing; 134,400 square feet of commercial space with offices, retail and restaurants; several miles of trails and 20 acres of open space; and a 3.5-acre wave lagoon for year-round surfing, swimming and paddle boarding. The project also proposes to build a hotel resort with 232 hotel rooms, eight villas with 18 rooms, 16 casitas with 20 rooms, and permanent Airstream trailers totaling 30 rooms. Parking for the resort and commercial uses will include 1,050 spaces. The development would also have a few parks connected by a network of trails throughout the area with a mountain bike pump track. Jon Corn is partner and project developer.