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Date of Stay:
October, 2015 -
If you are hard of hearing and/or getting a good night's rest is not one of the primary reasons you go camping, this is your place!!! The park itself is very nice, but I can't believe that the owner thought it would be a great idea to place an RV park 50 feet away from highway 101. It was one of the nicest parks we've ever stayed at with great amenities such as clean restrooms, swimming pools, jacuzzi and an outdoor area to BBQ as well as a fireplace to just hang out, but we couldn't enjoy sitting outside of our RV because the noise was beyond belief and sleeping at night was virtually impossible. There were many long term campers that I spoke to about this, but they said that they couldn't find any other RV parks to stay and thus just put up with the noise. All the utilities worked properly, although the wi-fi for all four of us was hit and miss....we had to keep re-typing the password. The location is easy to find since it's only a few feet from the freeway. For the $78 per night they charged us, we should have received complimentary ear muffs. I wouldn't stay here again if it was free. We camped at Vines RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2015 -
These spots are in the best location on the Central Coast as far I'm concerned. We've been camping here for the last 8+ years and unfortunately, because of the increase in popularity, it has become more difficult to find a spot with every passing year along with continued increases in prices. We've actually seen people get into fights over spots, since it's based on a first come, first served basis. The paved full hookup spots next to the parking area are the nicest, but you have traffic all day long with many people parking across the street blocking your view and the diesel trucks that bring their boats to launch will wake you early each morning if you are a light sleeper. The dry camping spots on the beach have the best views and for the most part will work for most. Once again, plan on plenty of traffic all day long only a few feet from your rig and if your spot is near the entry/exit to the Diablo Canyon power plant, you will be jolted early in the morning from the numerous vehicles during what seems to be a shift change. The overflow area is nice with great views and lastly, the best spots to aim for are on Babe Lane. They have full hook ups, fantastic views and are buffered from the sound of the road just below the sites. If sound is not an issue with you, any spot here will suit you. The amazing views along with the location will most likely trump any deficiencies you might find here. It's truly a wonderful setting and unfortunately, no longer a hidden treasure. We camped at Port San Luis Harbor District in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
June, 2015 -
We've stayed here many times over the years and is one of the best locations to stay if you want to just park and chill for the week or a weekend. Most spots are just ok with many permanent residents in this park. The only really nice spots are the ones with a view which are probably 8 in all. The spots towards the top of the park can be fairly loud given that the freeway is nearby. Although it's a treat to get one with a view, the main reason we enjoy this park is because it is just across the street from the beach and a short walk to downtown Cayucos. It's nice and quiet here and we try to stay here as much as possible, although it's quite difficult now a days to get a spot. We camped at Bella Vista Mobile Lodge in a Travel Trailer.
Not much to do here in Cayucos, but plenty to do just a short drive away.