It's always a joy to stay at Morro Bay State Park. Good level sites, with some shrubs between the RV sites. Dump station available. Nice café across the street in the Marina, within walking distance. They do have WiFi available for the front part of the park, near the ranger station. The first 30 sites here are reserved for RV only, so you will get some WiFi. TV reception is decent. Clean bathrooms and showers. Firewood available for sale, fire rings and a concrete picnic table at each site, which is nice. Will continue to stay here!
Strictly a place to stay, overnight. Located off the Antelope Valley Freeway (14) on Soledad Canyon Road (exit 11) the park is about 6 miles off the freeway, so it in an out of the way location. Gravel, and a few shade trees, level sites. Bathrooms and showers were spotless when we were here. No TV reception at all! Must have a satellite dish. The WiFi (Tengo Internet) is open and doesn't require a password, but is a slow as can be, and very spotty. Cell service for AT&T was non existent as well as Verizon (no signal) Sprint phone was able to dial out ok. Heavy canyon winds make for a dusty experience, plus the LA Metrolink trains that come through every 25 minutes can make for an interesting stay. There are some permanent residents here as well, that are co-mingled with the regular clientele. You can hear Lions roar at night that come from Tippi Hedren's house (Shambala), so don't be alarmed. They're caged and it's safe. Like I said at the beginning of this review, strictly a place to overnight, and it would be an out of the way over night.
Stayed here recently. A very nice RV resort, all concrete paved and level sites. Beautifully landscaped. Free shuttle from your campsite to the casino (call the front desk). Nice pool. Used Passport America discount for 1/2 off. Excellent WiFi
Just stayed here for 3 nights. Clean, well run park with nice amenities. I would have given the park 10 points but it lacks Wi-Fi. Stayed here on a Sunday-Wednesday stay with a coupon (available on their website) so buy 2 nights and get one night free.
We've been coming here for years. It's a beautiful lake right up against the Eastern Sierra where they offer boat rentals, or you can walk all the way around the lake. The sites were mostly barren in the upper loops, but in the lower loops there is more foliage. The sites are level for tenting or RVing. The bathrooms were clean and recently remodeled to be more modern. You can grab a shower at the Convict Lake Resort for a fee. The Resort has a well stocked store w/ meats, milk, wine, and necessities. You can buy a fishing license here, too. I saw some larger 5th wheels here, but the sites are too small for larger Class A's, etc. The resort has an award winning restaurant which is very close to the campground.
Was up here for a rally. They managed to cluster all of our trailers together so they backed up to each other, which was very nice! The Wi-Fi didn't work for me at all (site #330). The onsite restaurant had a good and well priced breakfast. The staff was friendly and helpful. The restrooms were very clean and well looked after. The general store was well stocked with food and gear.