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Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
January, 2007 -
We planned on 3 nights here, but enjoyed it so much that we were able to add an additional day in order to do some wine tasting in the area. The park is oriented more or less north to south and parallels Hwy 1, which is on the east side of the park. We were in the north end of the park, which is somewhat further above Hwy 1 than the south, and therefore quieter, I believe. The staff was pleasant and arranged a space reassignment for us without a problem. Our space was on the west half toward the ocean, so we could barely hear the traffic. It was plenty roomy for 35' coach, toad, and bikes. The only electrical power plug was for 30 amps, so I'm not sure if there is 50 amp service in other sites. Nobody previously mentioned the "chimineas" which appeared to be in most of the spaces as a place for a campfire. We used ours a few times as it was fairly chilly. The park office has firewood for sale. The aforementioned nearby restaurant is A.J. Spurs, a good western themed steak & ribs chain with full bar. Also, there is plenty of shopping for groceries, etc just a couple of miles east in the town of Marina. We camped at Marina Dunes RV Park in a Motorhome.