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Pismo Coast Village

165 S. Dolliver
Pismo Beach, CA 93449
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This RV park is a "Timeshare" resort. If you are not a timeshare owner, you will get the smallest spot in the park. I made my reservation 6 months in advanced and requested a site-specific spot. Upon arrival in our tent trailer, I was assigned a spot very far from the beach access and the restrooms. My husband is disabled, so this was very inconvenient. Our campsite was about 12 ft wide and 20 ft deep (very narrow). Our fire ring was practically on top of the sewer pipe for the neighboring site. In all fairness, at least they provide a fire ring. It is a very "kid friendly" resort, as there appeared to be hundreds of kids riding bikes in the busy roadways. The beach is more than just a sand dune away - you need to hike over one dune and around a very large lagoon to get to the beach. The staff is very friendly and the facilities are very clean. One complaint would be that the toilet paper is see-through thin and you must take 500 sheets to make up one normal sheet. Showers always had plenty of hot water. They also had plenty of cable TV stations. I would not stay here again only because it is extremely too crowded for my tastes, however, it was cheaper than staying at a hotel ($50 a night for summer). If you are going to stay here, lie about the size of your rig and tell them you need at least 32 ft - otherwise, they will squeeze you into the smallest space available.

Received from Leslie T for visit in Jul 2006

Site Number: 248
Stay Again? NO

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