|Daily||$65.00 - $65.00|
Pros 1. Close to Bob Jones trail 2. Near Avila hot springs where you can purchase day use passes 3. Easy on and off the freeway 4. Avila beach 3 miles down the road Cons 1. It's basically a parking lot and you're stacked up on one another. 2. The water smells like rotten eggs 3. It's OLD and dated 4. It's dirty - there is dirt everywhere from the gravel sites. Plus the showers and bathrooms weren't clean. 5. Freeway noise all day and all night. 6. Dogs... Everyone's dogs bark at all hours 7. People don't adhere to the quiet hours 8. You are parked so close to each other that you can hear people talking and moving around in their rigs 9. No open fires. 10. The staff were kind of snotty. The young woman checking us into our site had an attitude. 11. The office / store closes at 5 pm so if you need ice, snacks, etc you have to leave the campground. Would we stay again... Probably not. It's just too old, too dirty and too dated. Plus they pack you in like sardines into the park. Once someone is next to you with a larger rig, you lose all daylight.
This is a very well located RV park, close to Avila Beach, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo & Morro Bay...and all the sights and activities in those areas. That said the sites within the park are small and make for tight access. Full hookups are included (electrical, water, sewer & cable TV), but this is also the highest prices RV park in the area at $70 per night. boost sites are gravel with a picnic table. We last stayed here in 2012, they have been in the process of upgrades since then...and are now almost complete. While the facilities are older, they are well maintained and even the store/office has been enlarged and upgraded
53$ a night for a full hook up. Close to the beach and only 10 minutes from all the fun at Pismo beach. Highway 101 just at the door step.