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32 Reviews of 8 Atascadero Campgrounds
We were headed to Kirk creek for New Years and hwy 1 was closed, so we found here as a alternative. Pretty much had the place to ourselves probably because it poured for 3 days prior and was cold. Bathrooms were clean, campsites are really close together, we overland and need a wide campsite for…
Beautiful park. We thoroughly enjoyed our drive-in tent site, the scenery, and the abundant bird life.
It was late in the day and we were desperate so we came here. Nobody else was here at all. That could be a plus, But they should really keep the bathrooms clean. Attached are pictures of the bathrooms
We went here with another family and were in spots 23 & 36. It was a perfect area for the kids to play. The campsite was very crowded and quite a few of the neighbors were very loud even after the quiet hrs. The park staff never came to ask them to quiet down at all. The bathrooms were not…
Our campsite was pretty ideal! We were in pine knoll with a great view of the lake! We scored with the size of our site! Our site was shaded all morning and all afternoon...midday unsure cuz well we were on the lake....but a lot of sites near us had direct sun on the site constantly it…
This place is our new home away from home. Nearby town with the friendliest people that all day hello.
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Great place to rv camp. Pretty cheap considering your camping right by the water. Can get windy at times and weekends/ holidays get super crowded. The dunes are fun if you have a motor vehicle/ATV. Downfall there’s no dump station but you can call a company to empty your tanks( for a cost)
I love this lake it has something for everyone. Like swimming, boating, camping, going on a picnic, and fishing in some areas. I would consider this one of the best campsites I’ve been to
This is one of the few beaches you can drive on in CA. Come prepared with 4WD. Ride ATVs on the dunes and camp on the beach. Lots of trash and always windy.
One of my favorite places to camp! So many spots right on the lake and lots of areas to explore. Always enjoy boating, wakeboarding & tubing. Love that you always have your own big area.
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Santa Margarita Lake is a lovely, quiet medium size lake used for drinking water in San Luis Obispo County, Los Padres National Forest. There are 60 campsites; 54 tent/RV, 2 Boat-in and 4 horse camps. There is a playground and a pool available in summer as swimming in the lake is not allowed.…
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The first time I went to Lake San Antonio was with a birdwatching group looking for bald eagles. It was another hot summer and the water level of the lake was low. That didn’t deter the eagles as they flew across the lake to try to dive down and catch a fish. San Antonio Lake is 17 miles long and…
This lake and the one up the road, San Antonio Lake , are very popular motor boating locations in north San Luis Obispo County. Camping in the summer months are very hot and crowded and not cheap. On the positive side, the lake is huge with narrow passages where you can get off the main lake and…
Montana de Oro is a beautiful treasure located along a wild coastline, sand dunes, tall peaks and high cliffs above beautiful beaches. Tent camping is limited but the availability of group horse camping is a rare treat. With pipe corrals, pit toilets and trails to the ocean, these site are…
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This was our very first trip in our new TT. It was a little chilly at night, but the crashing of the surf made it magical. Fiercely big raccoons :)
The camp host was great, and the sites are not huge, but decently spaced.
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