Nice RV park, clean bathrooms and showers and each space as picnic table and barbecue fireplace. The couple that runs the place are very nice and helpful.
After a very bad experience at a park in Pismo involving not getting a promised site, we took a Saturday day trip looking for an alternate park. This facility looked great. A deluxe site (70' x45') was coming open for the period we desired. We jumped on it. Stayed for a week. WiFi was initially very strong, but became rather sporadic over the weekend. Roof mounted satellite TV had plenty of clearance. Park was very quiet, mostly retired, as are we. Winds can get pretty strong in Morro. The park offered pretty good protection even when gusts were reported at 65 mph in the immediate area. The park was a little far for walking to Morro's tourist shops & restaurants, but a very easy drive to everything, including Hearst Castle.
They have an unwritten policy that requires 3 days notice to vacate. We needed to leave two days early due to a family emergency and they would not refund for the unused days we paid for. If you choose to stay here never book more than one day at a time. Park has no ambience (it's gravel) or much to offer and is not as close to the beach as others. Much better parks in Morro Bay. We will never stay here again!
Came in on a Thursday night with no reservation. Found an open site for that night then through some cancellations and a couple of moves we were able to stay until Sunday. Thanks to Bill for all the help. Great place to stay. Very clean and nice area.
Just stopped for one night on a road trip. Nice wide spaces, w easy access to the beach
Great place to stay. Plenty of room in the sites. Close to beach and a short bicycle ride into town. You are near the waste treatment plant so occasionally we got a foul odor. But those were brief and only a couple of times during our two night stay. For the price you can't beat it.