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This is a nice area and it's free so you can't beat that. Unfortunately there aren't a ton of spots to camp. I've been twice now and both times the actual camp sites were full by the time I got there (2-3pm Friday). Leaving us to grab one of the few remaining dispersed spots. If you can get on it super early you may get lucky. The road in was fine for 4x4 but there was one stretch with some ruts that could prove hairy if you aren't good at driving on dirt.
Awesome free campground! Vault toilets and running water. Dog that rolls through in the mornings makes for beautiful scenery. Would come back!
•7 designated campsites with covered structure, picnic table and fire pit •A few additional overflow areas to park and camp •Pit toilet - BYO toilet paper •No trash receptacles •Great Verizon reception / Decent Sprint reception •Drive thru campsites (~2) for larger rigs •Beautiful views, clean and quiet •Plenty of fire roads to walk/hike/bike •Rough, washboard roads leading into camp •Popular area for shooting •Highly trafficked campsite - most campers only stayed 1 night •Pictures are taken late December •Daytime temps - 60’s •Nighttime temps - low 40’s •Free!
Such positive energy at this grounds. Friendly and kind staff eager to help, tons of nearby trails through dunes, trees, beaches, good for all kinds of motor sports with the dunes close by. Grounds are clean, peaceful and quiet with some residents.
This is a great spot if proximity to water is important to you. Sites are well maintained but hard to come by—make reservations in advance! Hop away from water and another highlight are the nearby monarch groves where the butterflies migrate to the trees and you can walk through on paths.
We popped over here after peeking around next door and it seemed like a hidden gold mine! Easy walk straight to the water, good for bikes (fairly flat well maintained road) and we felt really safe since it’s gated.
Positioned directly across from Morro Bay high school, these grounds are directly off the exit and can’t be missed. It is on the coastal side of the highway with almost a direct shot to the flat beaches of Morro Bay with a direct view of Morro Rock. Staff was friendly, easy check in/out process (yay!)
As a SLO native, this colors my interest in this park. Highlight coming from a local are the different events held here throughout the year such as the Renaissance Fair. Makes for a nice midway stop between San Luis and Morro Bay for kids to stretch their legs or to have a picnic lunch