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Super spectacular views! I went all the way to the end as it allows some walking around room. If you’re tent camping beware the wind, gets pretty crazy. Had one wind free day out of three. Looking down on the bay, San Luis Obispo and HW 1. Can’t stress how flippin beautiful it was. Just. Wow.
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Large camp sites, beach access is directly from the site, cheap rates, clean bathrooms. Great experience all around!!
The location was pretty sweet right by the beach. I tent camped while my family members RVd. My site was large with a fire pit but they were slightly crammed in and had no fire pit. Did notice that some had the pits so be careful if choosing which site. Overall a nice visit.
Great location for Paso Robles, sadly we're only passing through. Full hookups, flat paved or unpaved sites depending on what you select. We chose the cheapest during mid January so it was about $64.
Only con is that our site is right next to the main street so it's noisy. We were site 94 and…
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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…
Is a great pool and hot tubs spring to detox, swim and have great fun. Water temp is around 100F
Came in at dark and reserved on the fly. Easy, clean, and close to beach.
We are staying no hook up sites not used to live with the generator on but really good experience
Beach is right across the street. RV sites very in size, well kept grounds. Office staff is very nice and helpful. Fire pits at each site with picnic tables.
Camp is very close to the beach, 3 minute walk to steafood restaurant & kayak rentals which was really fun.
It was so beautiful here! The campground is across the road from the gorgeous estuary, which you can explore via a boardwalk. There's a fun restaurant and a natural history museum there too. The campground itself isn't super fancy, but you might get to see monarch butterflies migrating! Campsites…
We stayed in the upper primitive Washburn campground. It is small and sites don't offer much privacy (rv lights shining on our tent) so it wasn't our favorite type of camping experience. But the hike to the beach is perfect and beautiful. We drove through the lower campground and it is much closer…
This place is amazing. Nice private sites. Our site was on the side of a large hill overlooking everything. We were king of the mountain. Campground is remote but SO worth it. A bit pricy but each site has concrete patio along with patio furniture and a nice charcoal grill. Sitting out at night…
People walking & talking. Up and over the Dunes to the ocean. Parents spending time with their children. Family volley ball from 4-7 ish down the way with lots of laughter. Geese heading out in formation over the central camp-plane. Butterflies butterflies butterflies 😯
Cool place right across the street from the beach. Showers are no extra charge and they have coin op laundry on site.