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32 RV Parks near Pismo Beach, California
Dec 2018 - $47.00
This is our third Xmas at this park and we really enjoy it. Office staff is friendly & helpful. Grounds are well taken care of. The roads through the campground are paved but the sites are not. They are fine gravel and dirt and can get pretty muddy when it rains. Be prepared with outdoor mats or RV rug. Pull through sites are a little narrow but are divided by a low fence for some privacy. Some of the back-ins are wide enough for the RV and a vehicle parked next to it. The park is fenced for security but during the day has easy access to the beach. The beach is right across the little street that runs by the park. The beach and campground are dog friendly. There is a dog park in the campground. Several laundry sites in the campground are well maintained but machines are old. Reservations are recommended & you can make them a year ahead of time (the 1st of the month you want to stay). - storms
Oct 2018 - $45.00
We were the wagon masters for a weekend TT rally of 14 units. Nice facilities, clean level grounds. Very hard pack gravel. Our only issue was on the weekends they tractor units in from storage for 'regulars' to use and the ones close to us looked more like homeless/vagrant trailers in serious need of a bath and cleaning. All HU's worked well, free cable, staff very helpful. We 'might' book our group here again as it is close to the rock, downtown, the Embarcadero and the bay, but we usually move around each year for a new area to see. - Nevada Nick
Oct 2018 - $45.00
This park is very close to the beach, and easy to get there. We walked out of the campground across a tiny road on to the sand. The people in the main office are very nice and helpful. We walked down the small road to the embarcadero looked in a lot of quaint shops and had lunch. The spaces were comfortably spaced and separated by a 4ft. wall which made it feel a little more private. - Steve Q
Nov 2018 - $34.00
We loved this park. It's a parking lot, but it's right on the beach. You can hear the crashing surf and it's a short walk to the water. Facilities were clean. We didn't have hookups. Dry camping is closer to the water and that was more important to us. It wasn't crowded in November. - Basil
Oct 2018 - $1.00
Combat camping in a corn row ... but ... it IS on the ocean. The nightly fee reflects the
Distinguished Veteran Pass that gives us 'free' fees for camping for all Calif State recreational locations. This is a special California category of pass. Nice level concrete for full HU's. No shade, but again, it's the beach, not the forest. Fab utility hookups, EZ access. Stayed 2 nights waiting for an RV rally to start in town. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
Jul 2017 - $58.00
Full hook ups on a California beach! $58 isn't so bad. The sites are VERY close. But that's what you get. You have to reserve many months in advance for a prime season like summer. But Morro Bay beach is worth it - beautiful and not too crowded. The concrete pads in the new full hook up section are very level. The utilities are, of course, top notch. The bathrooms are a bit sandy, but generally clean. The park staff were pleasant but not much involved. All full hook up sites are back in at an angle. It was no problem getting in. But I felt like I should say "excuse me" every time I walked past my neighbor's unit. You must unhitch and park your TV next to your RV. I was within inches of the windows in their slide. Cell service was very good and there are no trees if you use satellite TV. The non-utility sites are parallel parking and very exposed to everyone that walks by. I would happily stay at Morro Bay Strand again. - SeaTeacher