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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Pismo Coast Village RV Resort

165 S Dolliver
Pismo Beach, CA 93449
888-RVBEACH (782-3224)
8/15-8/17/2013, 3/6-3/10/2016

2016 Update - They had a winter special so we paid $41.16 per night by staying 4 nights. Unfortunately we were still sick with the crud so we stayed indoors for all of our visit. Also, when we first checked in they sent us to a site with a huge tree and we DO NOT do trees anymore so we asked to be moved. The first night a storm came through and several trees came down, a few on top of RV's so we were so glad that we spoke up.


We paid $66.60 per night for a flat gravel site with water, electric and sewer.  This is one of those places that the length you are is the length of the site they give you so we fit in just right but it was a nice site with a great view.  We had great Verizon and MiFi connection and did not even setup our dish but we could have used their free cable and WiFi if we needed service.


There was plenty of security patrol going around which took care of some of the barking dogs that continued to yap while we tried to enjoy the outdoor atmosphere. 

We had heard great reviews about this place for a long time and we had intended to stay way back when we first began full time traveling but just never made it a stop.  We are certainly glad we finally made it here because this place has everything you would need to have a great experience.

Laundry facilities were exquisite and the restrooms were kept immaculate.


There is a fully stocked store with ice, beverages of all kind, food, ice cream, RV supplies, anything you may have forgotten to bring. 

There is plenty for the kids to do while here at the campground, they have bike rentals, a game room, a huge TV room, Miniature Golf, the pool and so much more. 



They even have a restaurant onsite, Pismo Coast Village Grill that offers all sorts of items, from omelets and skillets for breakfast, to burgers and other sandwiches for lunch, to some pretty tasty seafood and BBQ entrees for dinner.  They even offer free delivery to your campsite.


The area has so much to offer too, including the beach and we have a separate blog for our ride into town.

We would definitely stay here if we are ever in the area again.  This is one of those places that can almost get away with charging these high California rates since it really has it all.  The scenery is spectacular!





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4 comments:

Carol K said...

I am glad you enjoyed your stay at Pismo Coast Village Resort. It's a popular place! The prices are a bit cheaper during the non-prime times, basically October through May with exceptions for Easter/spring break and Christmas/New Year. North Beach State Park just south of PCV has no hookups or wifi, but it "only" costs $35/ night to stay there.

Bob said...

When you mentioned the price I kinda cringed a little, but the security dealing with the yappy dogs would work for me.
Well worth the money.
Of course, any time I read about Pismo Beach I think of Margie and Bruce....
Can't be helped I suppose.

Jerry n Kimberly Peterson said...

Feel the same way Bob, they were in our thoughts during the time we were there.

What a shame for such a tragic event for such a very idiotic reason! We learned from that experience to enjoy each and every moment as if it could be our last moments of our lives. Been working for us since we are having the time of our lives!

Wanderin' said...

I love Pismo Beach BUT $66 a night is more than I'd want to pay even for that place.