This beautifully landscaped, full service RV resort is nestled right on the beach and it features 400 full hookup sites, as well as many great amenities including a General Store, an arcade, a laundromat, a heated pool, bicycle rentals, and even a miniature golf course. More
Pismo Coast Village Rv Resort
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This beautifully landscaped, full service RV resort is nestled right on the beach and it features 400 full hookup sites, as well as many great amenities including a General Store, an arcade, a laundromat, a heated pool, bicycle rentals, and even a miniature golf course.
I don't usually camp in the Summer because of the rugrat factor, but I did stay here in July this year. Yes, it was crowded, yes, there were kids on bikes all over the roads but at least they enforce quiet at night. If you think PCV is bad in the Summer, take a walk next door to the State Park and observe firsthand the huge all-night party! Outside of finding an over-55 campground, I don't know how your'e going to get away from kids in the Summer. Do what I do - Camp in the Fall, Winter and early Spring. Pismo is great year 'round. Oh.. the rain.. Yeah.. That's PCV management's fault..LOL!
LOL @ Dog friendly! Sure you can bring your dog, just make sure it's not a (or mixes thereof) Pitbull, Rottweiler, Doberman, Chow, Malamute, or Wolf. How disgusting! By not allowing those breeds or mixes of, you are saying they are ALL vicious and dangerous. For insurance purposes?? Bullsh!t! It's mighty stereotypical of you to throw all those breeds into one category. If people are spending the ridiculous amounts of money that your dumpy facility charges, I'm sure they have enough sense to not bring a "vicious" animal with them. GET REAL!!
Great place to stay, has everything. RV Holocost is a classic example of what human snop trash is all about. To reference the word Holocost to make your point discredits any point you are trying to make. What a tired use of a word.
My daughter and Wife booked 3 months in advance to get just the right spot. When we arrived we were told that they don't reserve spots it's first come first serve. They did put us together though. Second we were lucky to get an end stop near the southern beach entrance with grass next to our class A rig. Guess what you aren't allowed to use it, you have to stay in your gravel area so exspect lots of dirt in your RV.
They seem to be running some kind of a business here with tractor trucks are running around all day placing fifth wheels and moving them from spot to spot. I think you can store your RV across the street and they set it up and remove it for you. Seems like two groups near us partying every night with a cord of wood stacked up. The North Shore state park was quite and had way more open space for $25 -$35 dry camping only but the restrooms were bad. This place has clean restrooms. This place is some kind of time share / campground.
99 percent are fifthwheels here and the spots are so small the trucks can't get in the spots with the rig so the park half way in the streets.
Looking out our back window, we could see Hwy 1 oncoming traffic. Through our bay window we saw the dumpster. The street next to the site is the dog run for the whole facilty. People walked through our site continuesly. It rained for two days and the sand and tree droppings got into everything. The bathroom facilites are clean. Our site had trucks and tractors running by all day long. A lot of kids running around, so if you are looking for a quit place, this is not it. This is our second stay and is our last.
this place is like a fortress or concentration camp, it is surrounded by barbed-wire-fences, codes to get into the bathrooms... just annoying and not worth the price, it is full of white-trash hicks, who each come with an oversize rv, giant truck, atv's, extra car, 5 kids, 2 dogs and case of beer. if you're into that, this is the place for you. if you like space and peace go elsewhere, not worth the money.
Just finished a great stay. Everything was the best I've experienced at any park. The rain was unfortunate, but at least they had good cable and wifi to use inside the trailer.
A note about a comment left by a previous reviewer: they BEGIN taking reservations six months in advance, but you don't necessarily HAVE to reserve six months in advance. You CAN book at the last minute, or even show up without a reservation at all, as long as they have sites open. It doesn't hurt to call them and see.
Pismo Coast Village is by far the best place to RV in Pismo Beach, Ca. It's always clean and quiet. It can be hard to get a space during prime times (summer.holidays), but other times usually aren't a problem. You don't have to be a member to stay here and the amenities (general store, arcade, etc) are awesome. We keep our RV in storage through PCV and it's so convenient and easy. We've been very happy with our trips to Pismo Coast Village and we love it!
I cannot honestly say anything good or bad, have not had the opportunity to stay here. We thought we would book a time in September but, when I got on the web site it indicated a six month in advance booking. We are small business owners, as well as planners of course, However having to make a reservation six months in advance is for people who are retired. I can book a cruise to the caribbean three weeks in advance and have a better chance to book. Very dissapointed.
We celebrate Thanksgiving at this wonderful resort. It is always clean and beautiful, and the staff is helpful and friendly. Membership is NOT required, but members get "first pick" for spaces - there's a schedule for "release dates", so all the regulars know how to make sure they get in for the dates they want. Parents can feel safe allowing their children to play in the playgrounds, and during the summer there are lots of activities available. A great place to relax without breaking your budget.
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