The staff was great very helpful and very nice!!! The sites were very small. It was a hassle getting in and out of the truck especially with kids. We hardly had any room to open our doors all the way. We couldn't set up our chairs because our campsite was small and our truck took up most of the space. We don't plan on staying here again. - LauraHuizar
I did not have high expectations for this site, it was to get us through a busy weekend. First site assigned was too short for my 35' RV. The manager agreed to give us a pull through at normally a back to back site. Found the folks very friendly. Surprisingly, very quiet at night. - rwberg
We have been RV'ing with the family since '07. Earlier this year we bought a newer slightly larger trailer, and we have traveled nearly 10,000 miles this summer. To say this park was a disappointment is an understatement. The spaces are just barely long enough for a 28' trailer, but they cram longer trailers in to maximize their income, and consume part of the road through the park in the process. If you have a 5th wheel between 28'-33', and you tow with a long pickup, you most likely won't get in the space without a few curse words along the way. When you do get the trailer in, you won't be able to park your truck anywhere remotely near your trailer. Very frustrating. Very, very frustrating. The office will smile and be cheerful regardless of your disdain for the accommodations, but they will rent you a second space somewhere else in the park to put your tow vehicle. Good luck with this place if you go here. - IdahoF350
Back-in, gravel, level site with fire-ring and picnic table. Good cable TV, WiFi was difficult to get on. Lots of amenities, swimming pool was open, small store, activities for the kids. About 1/2 mile walk to the pier. Quiet at night, security drives around often. Be prepared for the wind. - zigzag
We feel this is one of the nicest parks in the area. With that said, the sites are extremely close together. Our site was on dirt. Other sites in the park have grass around the site which would be nicer. Excellent cable but we could not get on the WiFi. Park is very busy so reservations are a must. Lots to do for the kids and park is pet friendly. Fire rings are very close to back of the rig. While our stay was ok, we will not return. - johnanann
Note that this park does not have direct beach access! It is not shown on their park map, but there is a freshwater lake between the resort and the beach. You have to walk around the lake to get to the beach, about a 10 minute walk. A bit frustrating when you expect to be able to walk right out to the beach.
Otherwise, this is a very clean and family friendly park. We stayed during the week for their "buy 3 nights, get the 4th night free" promotion. It's a good deal. I have heard from other campers that this place gets very busy and crazy on the weekends. During the week, it's been about 1/2 empty and fairly quiet. Cute playground for the kids.
Our site was a bit unlevel, and your neighbor is pretty close to you. But the park itself is pretty, with lots of trees. Very close to downtown. - GrowFam
About as good as you will find in a CA state campground. Perimeter sites adjacent to the butterfly preserve and near the ocean are the best. Close to town. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The rate reflects $5 extra door a non-towed vehicle. The generator rules were confusing. The startup time on the back of the windshield stickers says 10:00 a.m. but the campground info map they give you at check in says 8:00 a.m. - Recycled
North beach is still good for a CA state campground. Many of the sites are half circle pull through. Pismo old town is within walking distance and San Luis Obispo is only 10 miles away. It is fairly quiet since the wild campers tend to go to Oceano Dunes. We will stay here again. - tsparky
We keep going back here, because it's such a great place to camp. Dog friendly and just over the dunes from the beach. Rate reflects an off-season senior discount. - jbarry130