We booked a two-night stay here as one of our last chance getaway opportunities this summer. Super location, right on the doorstep of the Pacific Dunes.
If you use Waze for your navigation, be aware it will try it divert you on a dirt road maybe 200 feet or so before the actual entrance - don't go down the dirt road.
Check-in was mostly completed on the computer before our arrival, including site number assignment. When we pulled up, I did hop out of the truck to pop my head in the office. You couldn’t really get in as there was a table blocking entrance for social distance protocol. The lady in the office greeted our arrival and advised our personal map and info was taped onto the front window of the office. So I walked over, pulled down our info sheet, and off we drove to our site.
We walked the dunes to arrive at the beach - an enjoyable afternoon. If you are adventurous, bring a boogie board, long piece of cardboard, or other item that might allow you to ride the dune hills (we plan to do so on a future visit). You literally step out to the dunes from the corner of the property and then you can spend a little bit of time to a lot of time, exploring and enjoying. This is also a great place for photography. There is horseback riding available from an outfit just before you enter the property.
Proximity is close enough to downtown Pismo and some of the fun things to experience there.
While there are a good number of sites available at this RV Resort, we were pleased to find it generally extremely quiet. A good mix of vacationers along with full-timers here. Our site was a pull through (we are still RV newbies), full hookups (electric, water, sewer). Sites were a wee bit closer to each other than we would have preferred (e.g., our patio table almost next to the next trailer's sewer hose). Our rig was 30 feet end to end, no slides - fit just fine. Lots of very large rigs here too.
There are additional bathrooms on the property - including showers, which we took advantage of versus using the RV shower. Clean and large enough sized.
Our trip in the summer was met with great vacation weather (only about 80 degrees here, while it neared 100 in our hometown of Simi Valley). Also, being summer, no wind - so not sure what the experience is like here in fall and winter or anytime the winds pickup given that you are so close to the dunes. We had no issue with sand, but this might be something to keep an eye on depending on when you travel here.
Glad to have found this location. We really enjoyed the nearby areas and plan to return in the future - a probably annual stop for us moving forward.
Posted Aug 02, 2020 by artdob from Simi Valley. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Arrived later than we anticipated. Pro staff member guided us to site with no immediate neighbors on a weekend. Upper level has view of ocean. Felt kind of weird getting there in the dark, but woke to a nice lot. Nice staff!
Posted Apr 15, 2019 by Bravo from San Antonio, TX. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Spots have full hookups (50, 30, 25 amp; basic cable, sewer, water). Not a bad price (ours was around $75/day on a Labor Day weekend). Spots felt a bit cramped when you had neighbors on both sides of you. Staff were friendly and found us a spot even though we did not have a reservation.
Posted Sep 02, 2018 by TahoeFam from South Lake Tahoe. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Pull through sites, quiet, laundry available on upper level and office. Miles of amazing dunes available right next to the park. 20-30 min walk to beach. The upper level had great views. So so WiFi available. Horses to rent on site. No activities scheduled in the park but a lot to do nearby. We will definitely come again!!
Posted Mar 06, 2018 by Connie from Las Vegas . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Stayed a few nights here in our motorhome. Was given a site right near the office and entrance. All sites were gravel, sand and uneven. Keep in mind that this park is right next to the dunes, and since there is a lot of wind from the ocean, the sand gets everywhere. People were speeding up and down the road creating even more sand. Was glad when we left. Great place for off-road vehicles, but not for us. We will not stay there again.
Posted Jul 29, 2015 by budmccomas from Chula Vista, CA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.