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This is a nice clean Campground with restrooms. The only slight downside is the longer walk to the beach.
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From zipline obstacle courses to tie dye classes, this KOA easily occupies kids and has teepee and cabin rentals available for glampers, but nice showers, clean bathrooms and a roomy pool area really make this campground 5 stars.
Ok, so it is just a parking lot, but they do it well! Little tufts of fake grass (real on one side, none on the cheap spots) with full hook ups. Nice bathrooms and hot showers with laundry on location. Good amount of space between sites. Very short drive or 20ish minute walk to Disneyland.…
The beach has sand, tide pools, caves, beauty galore!
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Sycamore campground could be so much nicer if sites were not so crowded together. What the hell? There is a lot of land so why are sites crammed in so close. Why would they put sites right next to the bathroom? Why would some of the sites be so tiny it is almost impossible to back a small trailer…
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So you’re looking at a six month waiting period to get in so if you plan to come here make sure you book 6 months in advance. You must reserve online and then it’s $15 no matter what size vehicle or rig to enter the state park. If you’re just coming to enjoy the beach for a day that’s also…
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Your not on the beach but literally on the other side of pacific coast highway you are there. They have smaller options for travel trailers with power hook ups only and pull through and back in sites available with full hook ups. They have a great pool, maintained laundry rooms bathrooms and…
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Good place to rv stay. Back in sites with HUGE additional spots for extra vehicle. No tables Full hook ups All paved spots which is great because no dust getting into your rig. I took a picture of 5 before we pulled in so you can see how huge. The host is friendly and lives on site. No pool A…
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I stayed at Kenney Grove Park on my way from Vegas to Santa Barbara, and again on my way back. I believe it was $23 for a dry camping spot, plus another $2/night for having my dog along. It was a lovely, quiet park that I was surprised to find tucked away in Fillmore. On the Saturday night that I…
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The directions don’t take you exactly there but just keep cruising on golden shore road and you will see it on your right side. Great shaded area right on the water. Great spots to pull in and enjoy a few days or longer. Electrical hook ups and paved roads
The drive up to the campsite and view from any location in the park is gorgeous. There’s lot of families and big groups around - so great for big groups but not if you’re looking for peace and quiet. The gate to enter does close at 10 though you can always leave and all the amenities were well…
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The staff are helpful and nice, be aware that office hours are 9a-5p. Laundry closes at 9pm. Pool needs a separate key (they gave us one on arrival) get a deluxe site if you can. The standard sites are essentially a large parking spot in a paved parking lot. The deluxe feel more like an RV site…
Tengo 2 niños y nos gusta mucho camping
I was lucky to roll in on a late Sunday afternoon and snag a last minute spot. Beach is a good surf spot. Sites are good sized and not too close to each other. Bathrooms have token showers.
The campground is just a parking lot. But, for $40 a night it is in a great location to start your water sport take off. I used the nearby ramp to launch my SUP and paddle around the marina/s.