7 Parks near Vandenberg AFB, California
Sep 2016 - $20.00
We stayed at this park for 1 month. We were in a backin for the big rig section and had a lot of room between sites. Lots of trees around and areas to walk pets and take walks. Very close to the beach access on base. The staff is outstanding and courteous. Facilities such as showers, laundry, and sites are excellent. Will definitely stay at this FamCamp again. - Gabby1015
Sep 2016 - $24.00
We stayed in a pull through, site 7, across from the registration office. Our site was level, spacious, and smooth. There were many open back in sites and some pull through. Staff was helpful. Location was great. Weather was cool and comfortable. The wifi was not working properly but was being worked on. Signal was good but a cable had been cut over on the base so it wasn't passing data. - LostSoulCa
Jul 2014 - $22.00
The most depressing base and miserable RV park ever. The site was paved, but warped from heat or roots so bad that it was impossible to get level. We had site 18 which had a street light that rivaled the sun. Literally, it was just as bright in the RV at night as it was during the day. There is no playground or anything to do here. Never again. - Bill & Alisen
Jan 2012 - $20.00
We stayed here 4 nights. We had a view of the river, nice trees. The park has a lake and lots of picnic area. We used the picnic table next to our RV, however. It was a great location for visiting our family in Lompoc and the side trips we made to Hearst Castle, Solvang and the beaches. The mission is very close by which includes miles of hiking trails. We would stay here again. - szysnshine
Aug 2010 - $21.00
This was a great park to stay in. There was no TV or Wi-Fi, but the park made up for it. Camp host was very friendly. Sites were well spaced. We will stay here again. - cbor
May 2010 - $32.00
Sites have side by side hookups so only one of a pair are convenient for use. Although there is a park host, never saw them. You pick a site then go back and register placing payment in an envelope and into the "iron ranger." The basic FHU site is $20 per night. BUT, if you have a toad it is an additional $10 per night and dogs are $1 per night for each. Showers are 3 minutes for $.25 and really needed a good cleaning. We were here on business so this place was better than the high dollar park in Buellton. We would stay here again if coming to Lompoc. - fivertug
Sep 2015 - $43.00
14 mile drive can be a challenge, but once you reach the crest. Oh my gosh. Is this real! Beach is nice, good waves, good wind for kite surfing. Beach did have some tar,but hard, and really not much. Store has everything you forgot, food I did not try. Restroom are what you can expect at a heavy day use county park. Wi Fi is spotty, no cell coverage. I will be back. - NXTSTOP
Jun 2015 - $43.00
What a beautiful place to stay. We had spot 110, on the top row, and had enough room for our 35' RV. Maneuvering into position took a little work as most people want to face west for the view as opposed to the normal back in. But after the 14 mile warm up on the narrow road to the park, getting into the spot was easy. Electric panel has 30a & 20a outlets. We just used the 20a into a 50 adapter.
Beach was really nice and the remoteness provides for no crowds. We did try the famous Jalama burger but it wasn't for us. The only negative, and it wasn't the facility's fault, was that tar balls were starting to show up along with some bigger pieces. I'm not sure wether or not it was related to the oil spill north of Santa Barbara, but became very noticeable on our last morning walk. - MarkH
Nov 2014 - $37.00
We loved staying at Jalama Beach. We had reservations for a week, but decided to move into a first-come site for an additional week because we liked it so much. First the negatives: our site was up on the top tier and it was challenging to back into, the park gets a fair amount of day users and there is almost nothing out there but the beach, the store and the grill. That being said, it is one of our favorite parks because of the beach, the grill and the activity around the park. It felt like a little village, with friendly people and the local post office/store/restaurant as a hang out place. The beach was gorgeous and you could walk in either direction for miles and very quickly get as much solitude as you wanted. The sunsets were spectacular and our site had a great view. It was fun watching the surfers and kite surfers play. The nearby (30 minutes) town of Lompoc had a great farmer's market and one of the most beautiful missions we have every visited. The weather was delightful, if windy some days. We would most certainly come back here. - MrSunshine
May 2014 - $25.00
Beautiful Elks RV park on Lodge property. They no longer offer cable TV. Easy on and off highway 101. Lodge secretary will take reservations. - firedguy
Nov 2013 - $25.00
Nice Elks. Need to be a member. We stayed in the full hook-up section. Watch the water pressure! Pretty high. Some road noise from the nearby 101, but not bad at night. Good location to explore the area in between Paso Robles and Santa Barbara. Found some fun wine tasting in the Foxen Canyon area. We would stay here again. - AKBOB
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Elks Members Only. Two lots, one with 12 sites with water and electric . Another with 14 sites with full hookups. Office staff extremely helpful. Reservation possible. Very active lodge, Friday night "cook your own" special. Very popular. Meals most nights. Pet friendly. Strong Cable TV, WI-FI spotty in lots, Strong inside Elks. Working on outside antenna. Probably best run Elks Park we have stayed in. Close to Freeway, Wine Country, Pismo Beach, Solvang, Avila Beach. Will be back. - silverado
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Nice park nestled in pines trees? Large Spaces. nice pool. Right near town. Provided fire pits. enjoyed our stay. The office only seemed to be open from 1100 am to 1200 am and again from 300pm to 400 pm. Took a long time to get the manager on the phone to get reservations, but we enjoyed our stay! - 10shifter
Aug 2014 - $34.00
Great WiFi, good laundry. It is across the street from a great park that the dogs and we used twice a day. It is also across the street from a fire station and next to a very busy road that has a sound barrier wall that reflects all traffic noise. Do not stay in spaces 1-5 for that reason. The local shopping or services. - bobcovey
Jul 2014 - $40.00
Very nice park. Clean and taken care of. Had other nice campers all around. Experience was very pleasurable and fantastic weather. Decent sized spaces. Problem with a few trees not being trimmed back good enough for large rigs though. Another problem we had was with the sewage drain. The pipe was above ground about 12-18" and made it VERY difficult to drain tanks. It took both of us to empty and probably about an hour to empty all three tanks. When we arrived, the office was closed, however; there was a lighted board with our name (incorrectly spelled) and the space number. That's it. No other information. No welcome (except by Jackson, the resident park greeter kitty). The office/store did not open until the day we left on the morning of the 7th! We were not sent a confirmation e-mail. We hoped that we had a spot. We had to bother other campers for the Wi-Fi information. Otherwise, we would not have had Internet the whole time there. The "store" has SO much potential. The shelves are bare. The pool was sparkling, but the hot tub looked like it was all moldy even though there had been some people using it. Perhaps it just needs refinishing. Close to the freeway (101) and an amusement park, but it wasn't too noisy. There are some long term residents and some that must always live there by the looks of all the junk around their "home". Overall, though, our experience was very nice and we definitely want to go back. We are hoping that the lack of attention was due to a holiday weekend and not the situation normal. - tomandlori
May 2013 - $10.00
We love camping at Oceano Dunes with our family and friends. We love to ride ATVs and the ocean. Two great things rolled into one. Having a huge bonfire at night and looking up into the sky and actually seeing stars and listening to the ocean waves roll in and out. Noisy during the day and we usually try to camp during the week in the summer, because of the crowds. Spring and Fall are also wonderful times to camp...and less busy. Just check out wind conditions before you go. - butmuffins
Jun 2012 - $10.00
This is a great beach experience. I searched extensively for a place where I could pitch my tent right on the beach. The entire Pacific Coastline there were only two campgrounds where this was possible. Oceana Dunes, California and Coos Bay in Oregon. It is now on our bucket list to return with our RV. Pros: You are right on the beach If this is the experience you are looking for, it is the best!! Rigs of all sizes camp along this beautiful stretch of beach You drive along the beach at low tide to find your spot. People willing to help if you get stuck. You can ATV here. Cons: No running water, only chemical toilets (but kept clean). Lots of traffic between beach and water. You can get stuck. It was really windy and we had no shelter. - User2631
May 2012 - $10.00
Very basic, you are just parked anywhere you want on the sand. Beware of the tides, so you don't get stuck in the sand. Not many bathrooms around (but we didn't use them- so I don't know what the condition was). There was a truck that comes around selling ice and firewood, which was nice. - Cali Campers
Aug 2016 - $60.00
We arrived at the park and checked in, we were given site 419 which is a deluxe site, had a gas barbecue and a wood fire pit. And picnic table. Large, concrete site with plenty of room. Grass all around, so no dust at all. We were very close to hwy 101 but road nose was very low.
This park was just remodeled: has bocce ball court a swimming pool and playgrounds for kids. They're adding another pool and won't be in until next summer. Everyone that worked here was very helpful. Large roads coming in and out.
The only problem we had was the pool was overcrowded with lots of kids. Kids were also in the hot tubs. They needed to have an adult time in the pool. - Crbus
Jul 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here over the 4th of July weekend. Our first visit here. This park is really 2 parks in one. The older section has dirt/gravel spaces with large trees with wide shade. It appeared that there are many longer term residents in that section and a few of those units appeared to be in poor condition.
We stayed in the newer section which had concrete pads and no shade. This was just fine with us since we watch satellite TV. I don't think that would be possible in the older section.
The office / pool area / diner were in nearly new condition. The staff very friendly and helpful. There was a fenced off section in the newer area where the staff told us that a 2nd pool is under construction.
Power supply was consistently good as was the water pressure.
The staff were holding games & events throughout the weekend, mostly for kids. They also showed free movies in a grass area each evening. Lots of kids running around and riding their bikes. There are 2 nearly new playgrounds for the kids. Staff were around regularly and appeared to be enforcing the rules. The bathroom & shower facilities are in great condition. They are serviced once a day but could have used more frequent service on this very busy weekend. We had a great time here and will definitely return. - Gaucho Mac
Jun 2016 - $65.00
Park has everything you need. Park very clean and well maintained. - Longtimefulltime