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Pismo Sands RV Park, Oceano, California

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $49.00
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We stayed a month here in 2009 for the Diablo Cyn outage. The manager's behaviour was very "Nazi" like, not agreeable or willing to work with you. Staff was always watching your every move. We were from out of town and didn't know of another place to stay so made reservations again for the fall 2010 outage. We payed our deposit and arrived for a month's stay. We were told that all that was available was a premium space. Their web page says that includes 50 amp electric. We were given a spot with 30amp, we stayed one night and complained the next morning about the electricity. The manager was argumentative about what electricity needs we needed for our rig. Said we didn't need 50amp and argued that our space the previous year wasn't 50amp. I told her my husband was an electrician and thought he knew better than her about our electrical needs. She was not willing to accommodate us. We decided to leave and was told that no refund would be given us. We are now staying next door. Much better place and all their spaces are 50 amp. I have stayed all over the country with my husband's job and have never been treated as rudely as the Pismo Sands manager treated us. We camped at Pismo Sands RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

MHD

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Pacific Dunes Ranch and RV Resort, Oceano, California

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $46.00
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We are here for a month long stay working the outage at Diablo Canyon. This park has been very helpful, they welcomed workers for the Nuclear outage. I am across from the restroom, laundry and have seen other comments about not seeing anyone cleaning. Every morning they clean their facilities. We are staying on top layer of campground, it is clean, surprisingly not that windy, just a cool breeze. Our dealings with the office were great and very accommodating. They are very flexible, and not controlling and obnoxious about their rules. Will definitely recommend them in the future to any Nuclear workers looking for a place to stay. We camped at Pacific Dunes Ranch and RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.

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