This campground features beautiful big trees and a wonderful lake. It is not like some lakes. Nacimiento Lake has lots of "fingers' so you can get out away from others into your own cove. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Too many kids with loud music, swearing, playing loud music, walking through the campsites and not being supervised. Many under-aged drinkers, not family oriented at all. Very disappointing. We camped here in a Tent.
Oh my, where to begin. The only reason we chose this park was we were in the general vicinity and had already had a long day drive. This park was about 10 miles off the highway and it had been raining for several days. First complaint was having to pay $2 each for small dogs that weren't even going to leave our motor home. The second, and main reason for the low rating was that this was a mud pit. And I do mean mud pit. The fall rains rendered this campground pretty much unusable. Just hooking up the water and power was a chore due to the slippery mud. We could hardly wait to leave at daybreak. We would never stay again. The only positive thing was it was near the lovely 18th Century Mission San Antonio de Padua, which was certainly worth the drive to tour. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground! It was clean and well kept. The rangers were prompt in looking into electrical troubles. We needed them several times in our 6 day stay. But they responded within 10 minutes of each call. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
During our visit in February, the campground was practically empty. It does, however, get very busy during summer months. It is a relaxing place to spend a few days during off-season. This campground, as well as the South Shore, is operated by Monterey County Parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My comments are essentially the same as last year when I said, "For the past 20 or so years we have visited this park usually at least once during the year. It seems the only thing that has changed is the price. I have a problem in that sites are not designated for RVs only. I have a bigger problem in that I cannot see that any improvements have been made over the years. This year we had to settle for a spot way up the hill from the Marina, not at all level, and if ever there was an asphalt pad, it had disintegrated. We will continue to visit here, most likely, as we rent a lodge unit for our grown children. That makes the discomfort of a far too costly site, in my opinion, amidst tents, worth while. There seems to be no rules as to where boats can be parked, even intruding into space of others. My preference is that if it is an RV space, the space should be restricted to RVs, not whoever gets there first with however many tents. This year, trying to use the dump station would have been hilarious, if not so frustrating. The person before me, 20-30 mintues later, was still in the process of dumping tanks. When he started hosing out the inside of his dump hose, I left, figuring I would find another place to dump my tanks. In short, this place needs lots of improving and monitoring to make sure rules are enforced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For the past 20 or so years we have visited this park usually at least once during the year. It seems the only thing that has changed is the price. I have a problem in that sites are not designated for RVs only. I have a bigger problem in that I cannot see that any improvements have been made over the years. This year we had to settle for a spot way up the hill from the Marina, not at all level and if ever there was an asphalt pad it had disintegrated. We will continue to visit here, most likely, as we rent a lodge unit for our grown children. That makes the discomfort of a fat too costly site, in my opinion, amidst tents, worth while. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I met my son and his in-laws here for an annual birthday celebration camp-out. We stayed 3 nights in the A loop in the Lynch Campground. I agree with the previous reviewer about the erosion of the roads and pads but it didn't take much work to level in A-2. I looked at the B loop, and it was much WORSE. Very eroded and the sites weren't even close to level. Had no problem with the electric or water, and the water pressure was fine. There was no grass whatsoever, but the kids playground is next to the A loop, and it had well-cared for grass. There were some tent campers up the hill from us, but aside from them, the only motorhomes in the campground was ours and my son's. The nightly rate is very high for what you get. The staff, both county employees and concessionaire employees, were very nice and helpful. I'll come back, but only for the annual camp-out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We visit this park at least a couple time each year and will continue to do so. It does, however, need upgrading. Interior road through the Lynch campground is eroding away. Spaces are not level and asphalt has eroded away in most places. We had the entire campground to ourselves the two days we were here. Lots of wild animals, including deer and wild turkeys. There are two geocaches, difficult to get to, and not within walking distance of Lynch campground. Still, I managed though I need a cane to get about. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First, let me say that we are state/county park kind of people. Love nature and well-spaced sites. This park has both. We also love off-season camping--no crowds. The park also offered recycling, which is always a plus. But we found this park to be way too expensive for its very rustic state. Un-level sites, crumbling roads, lots of deferred maintenance for $38 (or was it $40? Signs within feet of each other conflicted, so we opted for the $38). We enjoyed it, but doubt we'll be back, even though we only live 2 hours away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have said this is not a resort! What it is, is a wonderful rustic area with tons of wildlife around! We saw deer everyday we were here including several bucks. The lake is low this year, like most CA reservoirs. The sites are not terribly level especially for longer rigs. So if you have an issue with leveling make sure you have something to assist you in the process. We were fortunate and the weather couldn't have been better, cool at night and low to mid 70's during the day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A resort this place is not but lots of camping sites with the focus being a lake. There are two entities, North Shore and South Shore, neither offering cable or Wi-Fi though there is cell reception. We camped on South Shore where there is a marina offering boat rentals, rental lodges, restaurant and convenience store, now managed by Carefree Resorts. We found resort personnel pleasant and more efficient this year than last when arranging boat rental was uncertain and chaotic. South Shore has several campgrounds with Lynch being in the marina area. For many years we have camped here and will continue to do so though about the only change over the years is a price increase. Not much has been done to upgrade facilities, as paving RV sites or upgrading interior roads. Reservations are not taken and there are no separation of tenters and RVers or seemingly the number of tents that are allowed on one site. A great place for basic camping under the stars and in the dirt. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a campground we've used each year for more than a decade. Not much has changed insofar as improvements. This evaluation is of the Lynch section near the marina. There is a nice playground with a lawn near the store. Most sites need leveling. Certainly we will continue to return but it would be great if improvements were made, like interior road improvements and site leveling. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped in the Harris Creek campground, asphalt road needs some work and sites need some leveling. Restrooms were clean but old; good hot showers. Our site had 30amp electric and water. There is a dump station near by. Very peaceful and quiet at night. Sites had picnic table and fire ring. No TV antenna reception, bring a book. We stayed for four nights and had a good time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campgrounds, saw wildlife as in deer and birds. Eagles are there also but didn't see any. We had a level site away from the lake. There is a store and marina for boats. Beautiful area. We are going back in October and camping on the lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
To call this a resort is a stretch of the imagination but a campground it is. We have been at the Lynch section, one of three sections, almost every year for the last dozen years. Accordingly, comments apply to this one section. There is a landscaped area near the store with a playground. Other then that there is a lot of dirt and dust. Upgrading would be nice, like new asphalt and some leveling of sites. Lots of wild animals around as turkeys and deer. A great lake for boaters and for those who want to have non RVers accompany them, as there are lodges for rent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only thing that kept Harris Creek Campground from a 10 was the uneven pads and upgrades badly needed in rest rooms and showers (though they were very clean). Beautiful setting above the lake with paths down to the water. Most sites well shaded and you need it in summer. This a for sure come back campground! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love camping and not having to stay in RV parks where you are lined up side by side and never feeling like you have any privacy. This is camping at its best. Full hookups and loads of privacy. It's off season and there's only a few people here. The weather is wonderful, and the rates are cheap, 5 days for $125.00. The deer are everywhere along with the turkeys and quail. This is the second time we have stayed here this time of the year and we will be back!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is under the umbrella of Monterey County and consists of three different areas on the South Shore. Two areas provide electrical and water and one area sewer along with electrical and water in specific locations. My evaluation is of Lynch Campground where all sites are within a quarter or half mile of the marina. We have camped here over the past ten years during the months of July or August, and during these ten years little visible has been done to upgrade the camping area. Interior roads are paved though they do need a lot of work. Many of the camping sites are a challenge to impossible to level a rig. Many of the sites are dirt with the picnic area containing a table and fire ring of dirt. Most of the sites are shaded by large oak trees and most require backing into. The campground gets very busy, and noisy, during the summer months. This campground has the potential of being a 8-9 since nearby there is a fenced playground with a lawn area, a store, restaurant, arcade, swimming beach and large lake with several launch ramps and a marina. Pontoon boats are available for rental at the marina. Many different kinds of birds are visible and deer and wild turkeys wander through the campground. An undesirable aspect is that tenters are allowed to claim the hookup sites on a first-come, first-served basis, with several tents on one site. As only a few camping sites are open to reservation, and none in the Lynch campground, it can pose a problem for recreational vehicles needing hookups. Despite the drawbacks, we will continue to camp at this facility because of being within less than three hours from where I live and of the availability of the lodges (actually modular homes), as we rent an air-conditioned unit for our married children and their families, retreating to our motorhome whenever we want. July and August can be very hot with the temperature well above 100 when we camped here in July. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a favorite lake somewhat close by to go to. It is hot in the summer months and can be crowded on weekends. The rangers try, but there can be noisy and/or drunk people. The lake is big and fun to play on. Even if you don't have a boat, San Antonio has a swimming area set aside. There is camping right on the beach at North Shore, but South Shore you can just camp near the water, not on the beach. There is fishing for those that like that sort of thing. South Shore has "cabins" (really mobile homes) that you can rent. We did this one year. It was ok, but too pricey for what you get. Stay in your tent, trailer, or motorhome instead. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I wish I had read the last review before coming. We try to avoid parks where most sites are occupied by full time residents. It tends to make parks junky and run down which this definitely is. Our site was dirt, (road is paved) old hookups and lots of junk around. Won't bother to stay here again. For a traveling RVer this isn't the type of place we want to stay. The Trailer Life rating is way too high. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We use to love staying here and the employees are still really nice to deal with however, the park over the years has really become run down do to all the people who live there full time who have children and junk around their trailers. It's always noisy and people constantly walk through your site with their animals and children. We even had the people next to us park in our parking spot and we couldn't get them to move because they couldn't (or acted like) they couldn't understand English. We don't speak Spanish. We had to park in the visitors spot and carry our groceries until they decided they irritated us enough and decided to move their vehicle. However, a new park is being built just up the road 2 miles north across from the truck stop which is where we will stay from now on. "Too bad because we really like the office people and the park we use to know." We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the premiere place to RV if you're in central coast wine country. Great spacious park and there are a ton of motor homes here. We stayed for 5 nights and wanted to take advantage of the wineries around us. The facility has 2 club houses and there were a few RV groups taking advantage of them in meetings and meals/banquets. The staff here couldn't have been nicer. They offer several FREE wine tasting cards and quick to recommend places to stop by. They were having a free wine tasting at the park on Friday with cheese and crackers. Saturday they hosted an event at a winery with 12 wineries pouring. Sunday was a BBQ dinner and band. The Sat and Sun was a customer appreciation. Premiere sites had cement pads, while basic sites had decomposed granite which was compacted and level. Easy access and plenty of atmosphere. Wi-Fi was a bit weak even as we were close to the repeater. Weather was in the high 60's and low 70's which made for a wonderful stay. We can not wait to return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is very nice and accommodates large rigs. The club house/showers are first rate and clean. The people running it are very friendly and accommodating. The only drawbacks I saw were noise from hwy 46 and smallish sites. Some of us could not open their awnings and slide outs pushed against bushes. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Has potential. Lots of long timers. Some residents had nice yards and some with messy cluttered yards. It seemed run down and could be better maintained. In a lovely area and near to Paso Robles in the wine country. Wonderful weather. Nice office lady. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was less expensive than others in the area, the old saying applies, " you get what you pay for" The park is old and run down, there are tress but they are over grown and will rub the sides of the RV on some sites, some people live there and have tons of junk in and under there trailers, some trailers are old and beat up, it is not very appealing, the pool is not heated so it is closed most of the time or is un-usable. The thing that bugged us the most is that at 5:30 am some guy gets up to go to work (lots of workers here) ( I I am guessing a worker or some really bad camper) goes outside and starts his diesel truck and runs it for 20 minuets I guess to warm it up, heaven forbid that it was was 55 degrees outside and he might freeze to death, if that is not bad enough at least 6 times he or she went out and opened and slammed the vehicle doors, and I mean slammed them, zero regard for other campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Starting off, once you get over the sticker shock of the rates you feel happy to be here. Good things about the park were that it was very clean, all paved roads and some concrete pads. Nice clean pool and spa. Laid out very nice. Discount for AAA and Good Sam. Not good things about the park were price was high for area, (Paso Robles is not a destination spot). We were charged an additional $3 for a dog which didn't use any amenities. Wi-Fi was terrible and office just kept giving excuses and I spent an hour on the phone with a support tech and no help. Cable TV was limited. We will probably never stay here again. If you are planning to stay get a rate quote first. Cheapest was $50 up to $70. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access from freeway. Very friendly staff. it is an older park with wide roadways and gravel sites. Lot's of permanents/long term residents. Wi-Fi was at times spotty and problematic. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second stay and both stays were great. Wonderful location, friendly staff. Very clean, well maintained and easy to navigate in a large RV and towing. Only downsides are they fill fast, are pricey and can be attract noisy RVs during certain times of the year. Plan to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here overnight. The pull through sites were level and easy to access. Many of the other campers in the park seem to be long term residents. The office people were friendly and nice and wanted to make sure we had everything we needed for our stay. The price reflects a Good Sam discount. We would stop here again when passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My wife and I love this park. We've stayed here twice now and have had such a great experience that we plan on staying here again and again. PROS: The entire place is VERY well groomed and maintained. Location is perfect. Close to several wineries and the scenery is amazing. Price is reasonable, there is a huge variety of sites to choose from, concrete, crushed granite, back in, pull through, nice dog walking areas, etc. Cons: Few. But the crushed granite sites ARE messy with the dogs and the feet. Nightmare. We'll probably get a concrete site next year. Sites are a bit close together, but that's pretty typical of RV parks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good place for a lay over. I wouldn't stay here long term. The sites need to be cleaned and better maintained. There was trash in my site when I arrived and the weeds needed to be trimmed. It's very dusty here, the campground needs some TLC as it's a bit run down and trashy. Lots of diesel pick up truck engines start early in the morning and run for 15 minutes or more before finally leaving for work! It seems this park is primarily for local immigrant workers and their families. I didn't do laundry here and I didn't use the bathrooms. I stayed a couple of days to visit The Hearst Castle and to do sight seeing along the coast in San Simeon. Paso Robles is a nice little town. All the newly built shopping areas are located on the south end of town about 10 - 15 min. drive away from this campground which is located on the outskirts of the north end. Although the receptionist was very nice and friendly, I probably won't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are super close together. We are sharing a small patch of grass with our neighbors parked about 7 to 8 feet away. Park is close to 50% permanent or long time residents. Several people start going to work at 5:15 am in the morning. This place is just OK. While it is very close to highway 101, traffic noise is not an issue. To me it is priced a little high for what you get and the closeness of rigs, but is probably your best bet if you want to stop in Paso Robles. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I liked this quiet, peaceful park that served as a very nice stopover while cruising. $32 seemed a bit high for being in the middle of nowhere, but I guess some people come here to explore the wine country. (?) It was less expensive than the other option. The staff was nice and arranged for a nice pull-through for us for our late arrival, giving us two sites to accomplish this. The camp was quiet and in a bucolic setting with some small trees around, but none to block our satellite. The free Wi-Fi worked great, and we stayed through noon the next day to use it. There are alot of full-time residents, but that aspect seemed perfectly fine here. I did not use the facilities, so can't comment on that. It's several miles into town, and we found the best Mexican buffet for the money ($7 lunch $8-$10 brunch/dinner): Marisco's 7 Puertas. Lots of savory meats and shrimp. From the exit for Hwy 46, head west toward the fast food area, but make an immediate right down a frontage road past Carl's Jr. My ranking would have been higher if the price was lower, if there were spectacular view sites, and if the sites were larger with more privacy. (ie: I'm not a fan of RV parks). I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Limited Cable TV selection, around 6 channels. Laundry room was dirty. Manager was friendly and informative. It was cold (29 F.) in the morning, but pool was kept open. Old West theme for the club house and some other buildings at the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been to this park numerous times, and I must say this visit was the least enjoyable. This is a nice park, but we got moved around before we even arrived, and they had us down for the wrong days. We had to move during our stay and the the quality of the place was slipping a bit. Would stay again, but agree they are very pricey for the quality of the sites We camped here in a Motorhome.
When the web page did not work I sent an email to rvranch101 and received a very nice response. We stayed two very cold (mid-20's) nights at this campground and were pleased with the way they worked to help us be comfortable and enjoy our stay. They filled two LP gas bottles for us at a fair price during our stay. The bathrooms and showers were cold but the water was hot. They are as clean as I have seen anywhere and cleaner than most. I marked a waypoint with my Magellan Explorist 600 at 35°40.897'N 120°41.880'W Elevation 702 feet. We plan to visit Paso Robles RV Ranch again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice little RV Park. Well Kept, and clean. Hook ups are close together, but there is ample side yard on the awning side. Quiet, and peaceful. We would stay here again. Staff is friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not sure about price. This place was fine really. Kind of nestled in some foothills. Cute little cut-out village for kids and groups. Wonderful bathrooms and spotless showers. Great laundry facilities. Easy access. I marked it down because it felt like a concrete village. Nothing between units in most of the park. There was a sewer clean-out that kept bubbling up and was a bit stinky. When I went to talk to the manager I found that the office had shut down at 5:00PM. Seemed a little early to me. We were there during some of the worst storms in the areas history so give them a little slack for that. In fact we were there because we were originally headed for Big Sur on Hiway 1 and had to back track over 100 miles due to a landslide. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This brand new park is wonderfully clean with generous sites and very friendly and helpful staff. It is right on Hwy 101 North of Paso Robles and easy to find. The highway traffic is noisy, and it does get windy there. But yes, I would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Beautiful resort! They advertise this as a premium resort and it is. The staff is great and the facilities are impecable. If you like wine, you have an easy drive to the 300 or so wineries in the area, but if you choose to just relax there, they have a wine bar open Thursday - Sunday. Though pricey compared to other parks, what you get for your money is well worth the price. I would go back here any time! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a brand new RV Resort located right along Hwy 101 north as you leave Paso Robles with very easy access to and from the highway. Access to the resort is easy with the exit being narrower at the gate but very manageable with a "big rig". We stayed for two nights and got a promotional rate (normally $65-75 depending on site). Sites accommodate any size big rig, however site pads could have been wider and site entry could have been designed to have a flared access to accommodate bigger RVs. Site pads are very nice decorative stamped concrete and all hookups are convenient. Cable is extensive and Wi-Fi is fast and works very well. The on-line registration charged me $3.50 so customers should be aware of that service charge. Some traffic noise but as trees mature along highway edge that should lesson, and the owners are considering further sound barrier. Facilities were immaculate, which we examined from outside but did not use washrooms or showers. The resort has an on-site Magnolia Lounge which can be viewed online. All and all a very nice RV Resort with many, many things to do in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very satisfied with the RV Park and the amenities. There are 2 swimming pools and a whirlpool all with handicap access. Very beautiful buildings, entertainment rooms and even a library. The showers and wash rooms are all granite and tile and soooo Clean! There are laundry facilities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been RVing for over 25 years and we are now full-timers. This is by far the nicest park we have ever stayed at. The amenities were first class. From the ball rooms to the piano bar. Two swimming pools, one for children, and one for adults. The staff could not have been any nicer and accommodating. You have to see this place to believe it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a 10% Good Sam discount for a “Standard Site”. This is more than we like to pay for a campground, but it is the market in the area for anything reasonable. The park has many amenities, such as pool, which we do not use. This would be a great park for a family with kids. The park is very nice and well maintained. Utilities were all good. We did get a site with satellite, and for most sites it would not be a problem since the trees are still very short. Our Verizon phone and data plan worked well. If you ask, they will give you free tasting vouchers (four per day) for some select wineries. If visiting the area, we would likely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an outstanding park. It is immaculate and quiet. Very clean laundry room. Beautiful flowering trees as well as evergreens. Pristine landscaping. Nicely laid out sites which are large and easy in/out. Nice landscape lighting rather than harsh overhead spot lights. Staff very friendly and helpful. Nice store on site. Town down the road is quaint. All stores close by. Two clean dog areas, which is why they charge $3 per day per dog, I guess. This would be my only complaint as it seems very high. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest RV parks we've stayed at. We stayed in a back-in, gravel site, but it was easy to park and pleasant enough. The RVs are fitted in tight together (especially on a holiday weekend) but that's the only downside. The facilities, pool, jacuzzi, and fitness room were all terrific. Personnel were super-nice. Location was great for wine tasting and visiting Paso Robles. Will definitely return! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wine Country RV Resort in Paso Robles is a ten if I’ve ever seen one. The $60 per day rate reflects the weekly rate including 10% Transient Occupancy Tax with a 10% discount for Good Sam. When we arrived I told them I have a 38 foot Monaco with a motorcycle lift holding my Triumph and our CR-V tow car. I explained I used my motorcycle for my Patriot Guard mission where we honor veterans including parades, funeral services, escorting the deceased, welcome home and send off missions. The front desk was very interested in the Patriot Guard Riders and put us in the best site; a 92 foot site at the top of the RV Park where the view was spectacular. They didn’t charge me extra for my motorcycle even though it is an additional vehicle. There are beautiful pools and spas and one spa dedicated to adults. At the end of our stay we were able to fill up our propane at the park which is a real nice amenity. Normally we stay in Pismo Beach about 45 minutes south but I wanted warmer drier weather and sure glad I did and this is where I’ll stay from now on when visiting the central coast. Tons of room at the site, wonderful friendly people and great water pressure so you’ll probably want to have your pressure regulator ready. Have fun and enjoy the wineries and old town Paso Robles! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park but a few concerns. Many of the sites are decomposed granite and are quite messy if it rains. We tried to get a concrete site and they were all full for weekends only. Wi-Fi here was fabulous. Just so you know, there is not a lot to do around here that isn't about wine. We liked it but a little more to do would have been nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed this park. It was our base for wine country, Hearst Castle and coast trips. The grounds are very nice, clean and the pool was excellent- we just hung out there for a relaxing afternoon. Laundry was also very clean. The only downside was that the roads are pretty narrow and we had to have our neighbors move their tow vehicles so that we could maneuver out of our site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall a nice clean park. Sites are rather small and fairly tight. Wi-Fi was up and down for 3 days and totally unavailable for 2 days. Roads in the park are narrow asphalt with most sites being gravel. Sites that are near Airport Rd. are noisy. This is the most overpriced park for what you get that I've found in 2 1/2 years of fulltiming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I can't disagree with what others have said about the well landscape and maintenance. I was very disappointed with the site layouts. Yes, there are a few pull through sites but not many and most of the sites are either back ins or pull ins for motor homes. The end result is you are end to end and then facing your neighbors. Four of you share a small strip of grass. Now that is fine if you are a social sort and you get good neighbors, but there is no privacy at all. I thought the roads were narrow for maneuvering with a big rig. Price reflects a discount because a problem with my reservation. Not in my view a 5 Star layout and expensive. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed two nights to take our children to the nearby waterslide. The park grounds are very well kept. The bathrooms and pool were very clean. The rate posted reflects a Good Sam discount. The employees were very friendly upon check in and throughout our stay. There is a great walking path through a vineyard to get to a nearby winery or the waterslide across the street. Seems a littler overpriced, but would definitely come back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice RV Park. Easy to navigate and check in was fast and easy, friendly staff. Grounds were maintained, grass cut and trees trimmed. WiFi were good and all utilities were fine. Dog run not really a "run," more of a very small enclosure. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A beautiful park with plenty of amenities. Even though our site was gravel, it was immaculate and level. Easy park to navigate in a big rig and the dog run was a nice touch, but I don't like the idea of having to pay $3 a day for my dog. This always is a sore subject with me. Staff in office was helpful. Pool area and spa looked beautiful. Lovely setting and our site had a view of the winery nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. I don't remember there being a "spa" the last time we were here, but it looks wonderful. The bathrooms and showers are very nice. I wish there were street signs. It would make navigating the park easier. We would surely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is by far one of the nicest parks that we have stayed in. The grounds are manicured. The staff is very helpful and the location is perfect. They have a great mix of high end rigs(there were two Prevosts and plenty of other big RVs) and families camping in trailers. There were a lot of kids down by the trailer section and all the kids were having great time but certainly not bothering anyone else in the park. The pool and spa are perfect after a day of wine tasting. If I had one complaint it would be that the cement pad they have for your picnic table is RIGHT next to your neighbor's septic connection. We moved our table out to the grass which worked fine unless the sprinklers came on that night. We are already planning our next trip back. It was really nice to be in a park that wasn't like a parking lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice resort, we were just surprised that they charge you $3 per dog per day when you check in. Just wish they let you know when you call to make your reservation. Staff is very helpful. We were assigned a pull through but it was very short and narrow, they quickly assigned us another site that worked out perfectly for us. Good Wi-Fi. Close to all the wineries. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our space backed up to a vineyard. It was well staggered so we felt like it had a nice amount of privacy. Grounds and public spaces, including pool, bathrooms, etc, were very well maintained. Small store on site with the things you end up needing! Walk to Eos Winery through a small gate where there is wine tasting and lunch available. We very much enjoyed our stay and use this as the bar against which all future parks will be measured. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Facilities are new, clean. Staff is awesome and helpful. Loved the wine tour. Visited three wineries and had a small snack set up overlooking a beautiful valley. Level sites. Immaculate landscaping. Absolutely amazing experience. We are full-timers now and must say, that of all the parks in which we have been, this is by far our favorite. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Of the over 80 RV parks we have stayed at since we left home last May, we rate this amongst the VERY BEST. Warm and helpful staff, meticulously groomed park, large sites, two spas and a pool, free breakfast on Mother's Day and they arranged a tour of vineyards for us. If you say "newbie" it is half price.We made friends here and hated to leave. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Glad we didn't heed the March 2012 reviewer who gave a "2." This park is not $80 and is not near freeway. This park has a "wow" entry. Easy access, long entry drive, appealing landscaping. Staff at front desk extremely friendly and helpful. Great showers, clean laundry room. Nearby highway is very quiet at night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful RV park. The problem is the sites are overpriced and are small. The regular sites back two rigs up to each other and are narrow. It appears that they don't like dogs because it's $3 per day for your dog. You get alot of road noise from Airport Road and the material haulers start about 5:00 am. This is your only choice RV park in Paso Robles. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have been to this park several times and always enjoy it. The price reflects a week stay in premium site, with one night free for staying a week. It also does not include the $3 pet fee. The facilities are in top condition and well cared for and the grass is so green it looks fake! Sites vary in price due to location and if it's paved or not. The sites at the top along the wall do have road noise, but it calms down quite a bit at night. Visiting all of the winery's from this location is ideal, and some of the local wine tours will pick up and drop off here. The office staff is extremely friendly and helpful. I used the workout room daily. There are aerobic machines, free weights, and a universal machine. There is also an adult only spa separate from the main pool. The views from the park are great as well. This park would be a solid 10 if it had a better sound wall for road noise. I will stay here whenever I am in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean park that advertises itself as being dog friendly. We found this to not be completely true. First there is a charge of $3 per night per dog. Second, dogs are not welcomed in at least half the park. The fee seemed high for a location that is right on the highway and very noisy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very neat, good layout with various types of sites and price ranges to select from. We were given a premium site for the price of a regular site. The staff was very friendly. Wi-Fi connection was excellent. We would use this facility again when traveling in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On the pricey side, but it is a nice park. Only complaint is the length of the sites because we had to park our truck in their parking lot. They do provide ample parking spaces for those that can not fit in their site. Everything is well groomed and maintained. Restrooms and laundry are clean and well stocked. Nice exercise room as well. Make sure you go to the Pioneer Museum. It is only open Thurs-Sun from 1-4p.m. It is free admission and once you get inside you will not believe how big it is and how much they have in it. Really worth the time! We stayed here for 4 nights and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park to visit the Paso Robles area and they even have coupons for free wine tastings. The rate was with a winter 30 percent off coupon we found on the internet. Without the coupon, the rate would have been over $75. Restrooms are clean, good laundry facilities, and room enough to walk the dog. The only downside, other than the rate, is that the some of the sites are arranged a little oddly, where you may have to share a picnic table area with your neighbor. Other sites are better so choose your site carefully. We would stay here again if in the area and if we could find another discount coupon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here several times and obviously like it. But a lot of the sites are gravel and if you are in the rainy season, if there is one in Paso, it can be messy. Also, for the price one should expect "major" cable TV. They only have a dozen or so channels and they are all fuzzy. By now they should have HDTV. We were fine with their Wi-Fi. Sites close to the roads, tend to be noisy. If entering the Park at night, the intersection of Airport Rd. and Hwy 46 is unlit and difficult to find. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Would rate this RV park as a 10 but much too expensive vis-a-vis other comparable parks. Wi-Fi marginal. Level sites, some not paved. Clean rest rooms. Easy entry and egress. Will not likely return unless charges become more reasonable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park with full amenities. 2 nice spas and a pool. Great workout room and 2 nice clubhouses. Paved as well as gravel sites. Wi-fi was adequate, but not lightning fast. Road noise was very loud at the upper sites. The lower sites are better for noise. Park is outside of town surrounded by grape groves. Nice park. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park! Very friendly employees with lots of "complimentary wine tasting" certificates for more wineries than we had time to visit in our 4 day stay. The park is very attractive and offers a great location, convenient to everything in Paso Robles. We had a corner site which was huge. Could have put in another TT without crowding anything. The price reflects the Good Sam discount. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful modern RV Resort with great sites, pretty landscaping, wonderful office staff, nice laundry facilities, etc. Our site backed up to a vineyard. This park fills up anytime of year, so make a reservation. It is a great location in Wine Country with easy access to the city of Paso Robles and a good location for day trips to the coast or San Luis Obispo. We stayed here for 6 nights and will be back with hope to stay even longer! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We wanted to spend a month here, but for $1120 per month it is way too expensive compared to other parks in the area. Highway 46 is also noisy and busy to get on and off. The park initially wanted to charge us $20 just to dump our tanks so we decided to stay only one night. I doubt it if we'll ever stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very popular park that is in a great location surrounded by 250 wineries. We stayed for Wine Festival and it was a great experience. Be sure to make a reservation and try and get a site on the lower level or you will get some freeway noise. It is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped with our RV club in the group sites. The park is lovely and close to all of Paso Robles activities. Easy to navigate for a big rig. We will stay here again. Great location to visit the wineries. 2 of our favorites are Graveyard and Stillwater. Both are small family owned with great wine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice. We decided to stay a 2nd night. You can walk through a vineyard to a winery for tastings. Separate jacuzzi area available for adults only. We would definitely go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was going to get a much higher rating until we got up on Monday to find the maintenance man watering the lawn, the picnic table AND OUR canvas chairs because he was too lazy to move them to the dirt. Extremely poor customer service. The park also has a lot of highway noise. Plus it is overpriced. They even charge an extra $3.00 per day for a dog which makes it very over priced. The sites, whether pull-through or back in are close together and do not offer a lot of privacy. We would not recommend this park and will not return to it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were staying here during the Mid-State Fair so the campground was full. The area we stayed in was gravel and there was very limited space between the units as well as people allowed to park their vehicles partially on the access road making it difficult to navigate. That said, this is a very well maintained park with some very nice sites. We will stay here again, hopefully not when there is a big function going on in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This resort is well laid-out and easy to navigate. The staff is friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about the area. The pool is fairly large and well-maintained, and there is even an "adults only" spa/pool on the upper level that is really inviting. We would definitely stay here again the next time we stop in Paso Robles. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful park. Everything is clean and updated. The bathrooms/showers were some of the best we have seen at any RV resort. The pool is great. Everyone we dealt with was very friendly. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Stayed here two nights to visit friends nearby and to do some wine tasting. Great location with lots of activities, water park for kids and wine tasting for adults. All of the wineries we went to were dog friendly. It was warm so our dog went into all of them with us. The park is clean and friendly as were everyone we met. Could get noisy if you had a space near the freeway which is not shown on the map. Had a winery view space which I would choose again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean and well maintained. Right next to a water park if you have kids along. Surrounded by winerys. There were quite a few campers around us with kids but it didn't bother us. We enjoyed our stay for the location. Forty-five minutes to the ocean and coastal touring. Would choose to stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park; we stay here often. If you like to go wine tasting this is the place to stay, and the beach is only 30 minutes away. The park is well maintained, and the staff are very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful and clean park, we stayed 4 nights. Everyone working here very friendly. Sites all have a nice grass area and plenty of room for our 4 slide outs. Good Wi-Fi reception. Conveniently located for our day trips to Pismo, San Simeon and Cambria. Nice pet area. Would have rated 10 but think $3 per day for pets is a little high. (Rate includes one weekend night 2 pets and Good Sam discount.) We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best parks period. The staff is stellar and bends over backwards to help you. We stayed here for wine country tasting and it could not have been better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I love this place. It's beautifully landscaped and well maintained. The roses are in bloom right now and they have many beautiful flowers and plants. The pool is heated just enough to be comfortable and the jacuzzi is nice and hot. There's an upper jacuzzi for adults only. The sites are nice and level. Facilities are modern, clean and well maintained. The staff could be a little more friendly and gracious. They are efficient and competent always. I've stayed there three times and would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park, well maintained and many amenities. We stayed in a premium site which is determined by if it is paved or not and the location of the spot. The premium sites are higher on the hill and have more of a view. The negatives for this park is the noise from highway 46 which runs next to the park and is closest to the premium sites, and the lack of a patio area. The paved sites also may be a little narrower than the dirt sites so when the lawn is watered your rig may get watered as well. Also be careful leaving lawn chairs on the lawn as the automatic sprinklers may soak them over night. All in all though the negatives are minor, and the surrounding area is beautiful. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a really nice RV park. We were located up on the hill, a long site with nice views of mountains and vineyards. Office staff was great and friendly: offered us complimentary wine tasting coupons. Close to a couple of good golf courses, and the fitness center was definitely adequate. We visited Morro Bay, Pismo Beach and several wineries. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park, surrounded by wineries and vineyards. Paved, level pull through which are double sites, but we didn't have anyone camping behind us. Pretty pricey, but very nice amenities. Pool, spa, clubhouse. There is a waterpark you can walk to, next to the RV park, but we couldn't tell if it was going to be open for the summer, or was for sale. Nice to have if you're camping with kids during the summer. Great WiFi, bbqs, table, good lighting, dog park, grass/small trees next to each spot. Well maintained. Very quiet. Would return again and stay longer next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park. Sites are level and impeccably maintained. Campground has all amenities including a hot tub for adults. It is well located, easy to maneuver and we can't say enough good things about it. Staff was friendly and we had a great time. Lots to do, we suggest staying here and exploring the area including wineries and Hearst Castle. We stayed with our dogs, there are small dog runs and MANY dogs. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will be back again for sure! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park gets my rarely given out "10" evaluation for its location, service, and outstanding park facilities. We phoned ahead for a reservation but when we arrived the site was a little far from the laundromat so they gave us a free upgrade to a paved premium site next to the center. The park is new and well designed with very modern facilities. It is situated in the middle of hundreds of wineries and a coupon from the front desk gets you free tastings at 7 wineries down Union Road which is 5 minutes from your RV site. If you like to golf then Hunter Ranch Golf Club is 5 minutes away and has a spectacular practice fairway with a short 3 hole course to warm up with. All FREE !!! River Oaks Golf course is about 10 minutes away and is a 6 hole course that you play 3 time for your 18 holes. Since my wife is just learning the game this was a great course for her to practice. $18 for a days golf that included a cart. So with our free site upgrade, wine tasting, golf, and a spectacular RV park they get a "10". Oh, did I forget to mention high speed internet is included in you site fee? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here as part of an FMCA Chapter Rally. The facilities were excellent. They even provided a large BBQ and furnished the wood. Kitchen facilities were great as was the lodge area where we dined and played cards. There is a lot to see and do in the area. Be sure to visit the Estella Warbirds Museum just up the road and visit the many wineries in the area. We will return next year and enjoy the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean and well organized park. It has easy access of of Rte. 46. The office staff is very knowledgeable about the city and places to eat according to you taste. This is a good home base to visit local wineries, Hearst Castle and ocean cities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great RV park. Interior roads wide and accessible. Sites both paved and graveled with well-maintained hookups and grounds. Two adults only spas, pool was cold but very nice. Well-stocked store and office. Beautiful bathrooms with large showers. Nice fitness center. Friendly staff. Sits right on the edge of CA Hwy 46 so sites at the top of the hill can have road noise, but lovely west facing views and sunsets. Adjacent to several wineries with free tasting and 10% discount for those at the park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spacious sites, amenities too numerous to list, close to many wineries and friendly staff adds up to a great resort. Easy drive to Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo and Bakersfield make this a very attractive stopover or destination location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Now this is a ten. Nice easy check-in, friendly help, level sites and the Firestone Winery out the gate and up the hill. We were here for one night and weren't disappointed. Good warm weather and REALLY good wine. There are two levels and we were on the main one with there being one up the hill with some smaller sites and some large ones with views. There are 75 wineries in the area and the Firestone-Walker brewery, so there is plenty of liquid refreshment. We'll be back when we can stay more than one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great RV park to use as a base for exploring wineries and even the Pacific coast on highway 1. It takes about 30 minutes to get to highway 1. There are many great wineries in the area, and Firestone Winery is next to the park with its own gate and path from the campground. Try the Far Out wineries in the hills where you will find smaller, family run wineries. Great restaurants in Paso Robles. The campground is a newer park with wide roads, and wide sites. Some in the lower level are gravel, but most are paved. If you stay in the upper level you do get some road noise, but there are some view sites up there that have great views over the park. We stayed in 126, and would ask for that site again. A visit to Hearst Castle is a must, and go a little further up Highway 1 to Seal Beach to see hundreds of seals on the beach. If you don't mind a 2 hour drive up highway 101, you can get to Monterey and the 17 mile drive, then come back down highway 1 on the way back. We did the drive, and left at 9am and were back in the park by 6:30 pm, with many interesting stops in between. Love the RV park and the area, and we shall be back here soon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Simply a beautiful RV park. What else can I say, simply a beautiful RV park. Wide paved sites, manicured grounds, outstanding spa, great dog walk, friendly people, decent cable TV selection. What a wonderful place to use as home base to tour wine country. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spend a lot of time in RV parks and rarely give a 10 rating, but this park has it all. The facilities are outstanding, and it is managed by great staff. The park is situated in the middle of 26,000 vineyard acres producing more than 40 different varieties of wine. Reservations are suggested as it is often full. They have a tour of 12 wineries off Union Road that provide free wine tasting. Since we arrived one week after the wine festival we were able to get all the specials without the crowds. It has easy access for big rigs with a variety of site options. I can hardly wait to come back to my favorite park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful Park. Very clean and safe. We had a "deluxe" spot with the vineyard in the backside. These lots were larger and more secluded. We will go back again and stay. Very friendly, took advantage of the "Wine Wrangler Tour" and walked to the "Firestone Vineyard". Took one day to visit Hearst Castle nearby. Lots to do and great stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We broke down heading south on 101. We've stay here before, and knew the campground. We were not disappointed, staff did everything they could to help us. They could not have been more accommodating. The park, and staff was as great as I'd remembered. I'll be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park. Stayed in site 67, which is a deluxe pull through site, full hookups, with concrete and a grass area on the side of the rig. Close to the office and pool. We were down in the lower part of the park, so it was quieter than the upper section which borders Route 46. The park was spotless and well run. The Ravine water park is within easy walking distance from the park and is a great place to visit with the kids. The Ravine water park is a seasonal park, so call before you go if you intend to use the water park. We didn't have an opportunity to do any wine tasting tours as we were in town for a wedding, however the park is very close to numerous winery's and and we saw several different tour companies coming through to pick up and drop off. The area is beautiful and I'd recommend a trip up the Silver Horse Winery for the scenery (the wine is great too, had a wonderful Cabernet at the wedding). We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, easy access, it is on hyway 46E so it can be very noisy. Internet is fair. The park is well designed (we have a 40 footer) with a nice staff. Would stay here again, although using the word Resort is a reach. The Paso area is a great area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Sites are level and easy to get into (we were in a backin). Parking in our site was not good for a 32' fifth wheel and crewcab tow rig. This would have been a 10 if not for the parking and poor cable TV selections. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our second time staying here. This rate reflects special event pricing with additional people in our party. Well maintained level lots, had no problem with a 33' fifth wheel, crewcab longbed. The location is of this park is outstanding for wine tasting and there is a water park across the street to keep the kids entertained. WiFi worked fine and the pool is well maintained. I will be staying here quite often in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for a few days while visiting with friends in the area. We found registration easy, everywhere you look it is clean, staff is nice, and are helpful in helping you find places in the area. Free WiFi. Also due to Central CA Fair, there will be higher rates in the next few days, but it's well worth a very nice site overlooking a winery, and enjoying the marvelous sunsets. We love staying here and look forward to coming here again. Not the first place to charge a fee for dogs. There is a $3 per dog/per day fee, but believe that is the wave of the future as we paid that type of fee on the East Coast this past year. Much nicer than majority of RV parks we have stayed in these past months. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I must preface this by saying I very rarely give a "10" to campgrounds. This one deserves it. A very well kept campground. They have a lot of rules, but not too restrictive. A good location to do the wineries (240+) and Hearst Castle. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great stay at Wine Country RV resort! We had a site overlooking the Firestone winery vineyard: gorgeous. Site was a bit uneven: had to use leveling blocks. Wi-Fi signal wasn't strong enough to really use. Kids loved the Ravine waterpark across the street (ravinewaterpark.com). Mom and Dad loved the grapevine-lined path to Firestone. Bathrooms were clean, pools were clean. We were charged for each child over six years and for the dog, but would gladly do it again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV park just keeps getting better. They have added an adults only hot tub and have plans to upgrade the fitness equipment. The restrooms are spotless. The pool is cleaned daily. The grounds are well maintained. The store is adequately stocked. There is free coffee, and the staff are wonderful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Awesome park. Only issue is the cherry trees on sites are too close for the slides. The park staff moved us to a site with no fruit trees. Close to everything. A great base park or just kick back and relax park. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in the best site in the park, overlooking the valley. The people continue to be outstanding and the facilities continue to improve. So much to do in the area even if you don't like wine. We have been here many times and it is hands down, the best in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent 4 days here. The rate included $3/night for our small dog. This was a first for us (being charged for a dog). We thought--good, if they charge for the dog, they will provide a nice dog walk; we were wrong (gravel only). Plus a "rule" that your dog is not allowed to wet anywhere but one of the 2 dog runs--yeah right. I figure I saw 30 dogs, at $3 per day, that is $90 per day that could buy a lot of sod and grass seed. At least they did not enforce that rule--nor a number of the other rules they told me to make sure I read. We enjoyed the wine tastings and the area--they even had a tasting right at the park one evening. We would stay here again since we enjoyed Paso Robles. The Wi-Fi worked very well. The only downside (besides the dog issue) was how tight the park was because of the crowds--all the vehicles (toad cars and tow trucks) were parked along the sides of the roads making it extremely difficult for big rigs to back into their sites. Courtesy of the other campers (using the parking lots while people are pulling in around you) would alleviate this. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was spotless, the staff was outstanding. There was a wine festival was going on and the park was sold out. Our site had plenty of room with slide outs. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here about two years ago on the upper level, near the Hwy 46 and had lots of noise. Stayed on the lower level this time, close to the Airport Road. It's pretty busy too. Next time will try for something a little more to the center of the lower level. Rate is an average for a four night stay, Thursday through Sunday night, with Good Sam discount and a $3 a day charge for the dog. Rates are different for week days vs weekends. Has a grass patch at every site and they water at night, but did not during the weekend. Verizon aircard and cell service is very good. Think it is a little nit picky to charge for dogs. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, but I feel I have to share the experience we had. While we were staying there a large group of bikers came in. They stayed in the level above us and drove us crazy. (Right now I'm listening to motorcycles roaring back and forth). Every time they went to the office, the store or the laundry they went on their motorcycles. My complaint regarding the park is that when I asked if they could at least talk to them about turning down their loud radios, nothing was done and they treated me as if I was trying to create trouble for them. We will never stay in the park again. No one else may ever experience what we went through but the response, or lack thereof, has turned us off of this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is relatively new, and is being well maintained in order to keep it looking sharp. Facilities are top notch. One small drawback, was that some sites don't have space to park your toad. You park it in a spacious lot in front of the office. Not a big deal, unless it happens to be raining when you need your car. Great location to explore local wineries and the central coast. We would send anyone here with confidence. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is probably the nicest park we have stayed in, whether for a short term, or long term visit. Not cheap, but definitely worth the money. You are right next door to a winery and can walk to the wine tasting. They also have two different outdoor jacuzzi's and have really gone all out to make them nice. The restrooms and showers are exceptionally nice. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean spacious RV Park. Staff very friendly and helpful. Close to numerous wineries and they have coupons to use at the different wineries. You can walk to the Firestone Winery. This our 2nd time staying here. Will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice well kept park with all the amenities. The adult only hot tub area was especially nice even tho I didn't have the chance to use it. Staff was very friendly, so were the other campers. Wi-Fi didn't have very good signal nor did the cable TV, but with all the wine tasting in the area I didn't really care. I was in a small back-in spot up on the hill which was perfect for me. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have been to this wonderful RV park multiple times both alone and with our motorhome club. In fact, we spend every New Years Eve there utilizing the fantastic clubhouse. There is nothing to criticize about this park. The sites are long and wide. The Wi-Fi works well. The hookups are modern. The staff are well trained and very customer friendly. And, of course, it's located right in the middle of the California central coast wine country. We will be returning with 30 motorhomes next New Years for our annual 5 day outing. And we expect to drop in a couple of times alone. I can't recommend an RV park more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A well designed, new park with an area for groups and an area for individuals. Has nice sized level sites. Some back into view of next door vineyard. While this is not a true Resort by our classification, the upper level adult spa is the best I've seen yet. We are on a quest to discover the best RV Resorts, best restaurants/coffee roasters/cafes, best artisans, best theatre, best of nature in the U.S. Our rate reflects monthly plus electricity. We stayed two months and will be going back for a month in November as the Central Coast is our "home". We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Do not stay here. They will lie to you! We reserved a pull through site 4 weeks in advance of our stay on 12-31-2009. We wanted a pull through because we were simply passing through, and did not want to unhook our tow. We were given a site number and confirmed for a pull through site. When we arrived at the park we were told that we were in a back-in spot. The reservation had been changed by their personnel on 12-26-2009 because it was for their convenience. The park was almost full, so in order to maximize their money, they moved us, without telling us, so they could put a person into the site we originally reserved, for a longer stay. At first they denied that I had a confirmed site, and then relented and said that the reservation had in fact been modified 3 days earlier. Tough luck, take it or leave it. Since we were in the middle of nowhere, we had to take it. The park is nice, but the attitude of the personnel and the rudeness of calling me a liar, (I did have a confirmed site and the documentation to prove it) is unacceptable. We will never stay here again. I recommend that everyone else also refuse to stay here. Honesty and integrity mean more to mean that a clean park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a top-notch RV park in every respect. It is meticulously maintained and the staff is friendly and helpful. True, it is a bit expensive, but you definitely get your money's worth. It is a classy place to park your rig! We were on the lower level and there was no traffic noise what-so-ever. I highly recommend it. We'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have been a guest of Wine Country RV Resort for four years now, and have frequently visited the RV Resort at least 4-5 times per year. This is probably one of the best RV Resorts I ever stayed at in California. It not only offers great sites, great staff, great owners, and awesome location, but it is also a very desirable town to visit while in California. The home of the largest State Fair, the Mid State Fair, it is also a great vacation getaway. Great restaurants, shopping and it is proximity to the coast, Cambria, Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo makes this one of the greatest destinations. And if you are a wine enthusiast, this area offers some of the best wineries in Central California. I strongly recommend this RV park. If you have kids, get this, there is an awesome water park right across the street from the resort. Fun for the whole family. The owners and the manager and its staff are among some of the best people I have met in the RV Resorts I ever visited. Check our their upcoming Motorcoach RV resort a couple of miles down the street. A Mega Resort offering all the fun you can own and enjoy in California. Please keep space 152 or 153 ready for me every time I visit you please. Thanks for everything you do. Congratulations for an awesome team! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great people and a very nice campground. we were here with a group of 30 rigs on the upper level. We have now stayed one row away from hwy 46 and have to agree it was a little noisy. We were 2 rows farther away in May and hardly noticed the road noise. They have built a new adult only spa area on the upper deck also and it is very nice. As always the place was always well kept and clean. The people that work there are all wonderful to be around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well designed multilevel park built on the side of a hill in a very famous wine growing region. The approach is easy as you turn off 101 to Hwy 46. You turn left off 46 onto Airport Road but this means crossing 4 busy lanes of a divided highway without any lights. Be careful on this turn and I am sure in the future they will have to put traffic lights in. The park is huge and well designed for big rigs but has no directional signage for the internal roads. There are different types of sites for different prices which really means how much of a view you have off the hill. We stayed at the top in site 144 which backs onto Hwy 46 and got a lot of road noise. Pick the sites lower down by the registration building and you will have a good nights sleep. Ask about their wine tasting card. It is free and allows you free tasting at 5 different wineries all about 10 minutes from the RV park. We enjoyed out stay and would definitely come back here but stay away from the back sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has multiple levels of site amenities ranging from gravel to concrete, on two levels just off Highway 46. The upper level has more road noise. The lower level is more sheltered from noise and wind. All sites are full-service, and all interior roads are paved, although some corners are very tight. Most sites will accommodate big rigs, although some pads have very sharp approach angles that could cause bottoming out. There are two dog runs but the park is definitely not pet-friendly (you're apparently supposed to drive or carry pets to the fenced areas, as they're not allowed anywhere else). Each site has a grass strip, but you're not allowed to touch the grass or put anything on it, either. Rules were written by a lawyer and are pretty onerous. Friendly office staff, but definitely got a vibe of "we're doing you a favor by letting you stay here". Wi-Fi is available for a fee. Way over-priced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a beautiful park. We had one of the superior sites that had a view of the rest of the park. Full hook ups and a nice grass area next to the coach. We are planning on staying here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is one of the best places we've stayed. We came in without a reservation and the staff was phenomenal and very welcoming. We were in Paso to celebrate an anniversary and they even brought us a little gift! We had a site that backed up to the Firestone vineyards. Restrooms/showers are nicely decorated and extremely clean. New jacuzzi/waterfall in the center will be gorgeous when finished. Some road noise as was mentioned by another reviewer, but you're off hwy 46. It was not enough to bother us at all. Can't say enough good about this place. We will be back: often! Awesome. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate reflects weekly rate. Restrooms are spotless, sites are clean and fairly level, albeit close together. There are a lot of kids and dogs as the Waterslide park is across the street. But is is close to wine tasting, the coast, and town. We really like this place after school is back in and the kids are gone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They pack them in at this campground but the location, cleanliness, and quietness cannot be beat. The Verizon air card and satellite worked well. The grounds are slightly leveled. The GPS doesn't pick up the address so use the Ravine waterpark on the corner as a landmark. There is propane on site. They even had a wine tasting at the office when we checked in. Nice touch. Hearst Castle is under an hour away. Restaurants to explore Villa Creek, Artisan for Sunday brunch, and Bistro Laurent. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, but very expensive considering I was there for over 2 weeks. Three negatives; One, it was very hot and the park continually lost power, each night when I came home the trailer was over 100˙ inside, took all night to cool down. Two, a neighbor spilled allot of sewage when he disconnected. I reported it twice and no one ever came to clean up or cover up with kitty litter or something. The stench was horrible especially in the heat. Three, you have to pay for internet and it constantly went in and out. Couldn't get through an email without loosing connection. But I will stay again, because there isn't much choice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A wonderful, well kept park. We backed-in our rig right against a vineyard. Pretty grand we must say. The size of the sites were great. Trees have been planted, but are still young. Some of the sites were paved in concrete and others had pea gravel. The park is very dog friendly, with an enclosed dog run available. The site we were in was one of the premium sites and a bit expensive we thought. The staff was extremely friendly. They are in the middle of putting in a grand waterfall with lots of landscaping in the middle of the park. It will be a grand spectacle. They have a large social building, but did not have any programs going on during our stay. They have a very nice pool area with great lounge chairs. The laundry facilities were also nice and clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. We ended up in a premium site, but were given a discount since our site wasn’t ready upon our arrival. Our site was paved, level, and in the shade of a modest tree. The landscaping is very well maintained, as is the entire park. Staff is helpful and friendly. The showers were clean and spacious and the pool looked inviting, although we didn’t use it. Firestone winery is immediately adjacent and offers a 10% discount on tasting and wine. Another winery, Eberle, is located one mile to the east and offers complimentary tasting; their selections are excellent – don’t miss their Vigonier! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Going east on Highway 46 one sees on a hilltop a sign indicating RV Resort. One should turn left at the intersection down the hill rather than do as we did and drive right on by expecting there would be a turn into the resort at the top of the hill. Experience with the staff was great from calling for reservation through check-in. A nice patch of lawn between each space that has a picnic table and BBQ grill. Water comes on at night so don't leave anything out you don't want to get wet. Some spaces have concrete pads though many, as was the one we were assigned, were of gravel. Vegetation between spaces and in a few years trees will be mature enough to provide shade. Wi-Fi free with strong signal and TV channels adequate. A bit pricey but facility very nice. I would rate a 10 were all the pads of concrete. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a fantastic find. Super tidy and well kept, the owner shows a very high pride of ownership. The staff was friendly and accommodating. The location was great for a passing though stop-over which we did coming and going. Wineries nearby if you want to spend some time out wine tasting. There is also a waterpark next door with tons of fun for the kids. Pool and spa were clean and very nice, as were the rest of the grounds. The spaces were a bit on the small side but that is because this RV Park was built on some premium land. The crowds were good there too with many groups camping / family reunion activity. There are tandem front to back pull throughs where four RVs could all occupy the same common grass area between them all. They have both DG and concrete sites available at different prices. As for the other reviews worried about getting nickle and dimed for every extra person / dog etc. so be it: dogs make messes and more people use the facility so if you show up with ten persons in your RV you should pay more! Good Job Roger and keep up the good work! We will see you again soon We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is the most overpriced expensive park. So many extra charges for each dog every day. Also people running around constantly in golf carts watching your every move. Not worth the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came here to meet friends that were new RVers so we stayed in a "buddy" site. It was perfect for the reason we were here. One site is a pull in, and the other is a back in. That puts your awnings facing each other and you share a common grassy area. The location is perfect to visit the many wineries in the area. The park is well maintained and the staff is friendly and helpful. We had a view site that looked at the surrounding hills, but directly below was the RV storage area. A row of well placed hedges would have solved the problem. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here for a Mother's Day special. They did a great job with the wine tasting on Saturday and the Mother's Day breakfast on Sunday. The campground kept up very nicely and the people are very friendly. Probably get a 10 in another few years when the trees mature and some shade is available. They have "buddy" spots available up to four units. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park backing up to the Firestone Winery. There is a gate for resort guests to use to walk to the tasting room. Nicely paved sites. Ours was on the slope so we had a nice vineyard view and view of the hills to the west. We will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely park in the wine country in Paso Robles. Definitely a destination resort. The staff is friendly and very helpful. There is some noise from the highway which runs next to the park. There is a "wine shuttle" which takes you to various wineries. There is also a winery next door within walking distance. The town of Paso Robles is about 5 miles away with wonderful shops and restaurants. The park is a great place to stay in order to explore the surrounding areas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a non holiday weekend in mid March the park was at near capacity. The only open spots were a couple of the gravel pull through and a dozen short gravel back ins on top nearest to busy Hwy 46. The park is popular with groups and most of the pull through sites alternate direction so the entrances face each other. Our premium concrete site on the lower level was not very wide as the steps extended out on to the grass. On my walks around the park it looked like the hook ups for some of the pull through sites are on the wrong end if you are towing anything. Then there was a young tree on each end of the grass medium which prevented either rig from using their awning. Pretty perhaps but not good in the summer when it can get quite warm here and an awning is needed. The park is pet friendly and during our 5 nights there all of the campers observed the rules about picking up after them and on a leash. The office has puppy treats and welcomes a daily visit from the pets. As one camper told me when he walked back from the winery next door, his diesel cost him $75, the stay cost $100 and the wine was $250. We were here 2 ½ years ago and wish we could have stayed longer this time. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As full-timers, we look for places to stay like this: large, aesthetically pleasing, level paved sites (not all are paved), with easy access, clean bathrooms and things to do in the vicinity. In addition, this resort has a nice pool, spa and workout room which help it to earn an 7 out of 10 rating. To achieve perfection, to us, it would need a golf course or tennis courts, a more complete main building, private showers with bathrooms, a legitimate book exchange library, guest activities, a restaurant and cement patios with lush landscaping. We haven't found perfection yet. We're still looking. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park and very clean. We stayed in the Premium Sites (concrete slab) in a 40' Motorhome and we are always very pleased at the park. The only negative is the cable tv hookups. The reception is extremely poor and needs be updated and/or repaired. The rest of the park including staff and other guests at the park are exceptional. The WiFi connection is great and access to town good. Great location for day trips to the coast area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my second time staying here, and I will return. During both visits I arrived after hours during darkness and was welcomed by an employee who not only helped me choose a spot, but guided me to it by following his golf cart. Everyone was very friendly. The entire park is spotless and well manicured. We had a premium site on top of a hill with a panoramic view of the countryside. You can walk, a very short distance, to the Firestone Winery via a path from the park. Yes, RV spots are close together, but looking out the front all I saw was countryside. Without a view spot I would still give it a 10 for cleanliness, friendliness, amenities and appearance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second time staying at this park. Last year for New Years and this year for Christmas. My wife and I love this RV Park. Probably our favorite at this point. Everything here is well taken care of, clean, groomed, people are nice, free coffee in the store, registration is nice and easy, they take all the discounts, etc. Just everything we've come to expect at an RV park. SITES: They have a variety of sites from gravel back-ins to concrete back-ins with grills, and gravel pull-through and concrete pull-through. Sites are a little close to each other not leaving a ton of room for our Land Rover we pull our trailer with, at least in the small back-in site we had. There are little grass patches between the sites with picnic tables. Very nice well done. PARK: Again well groomed facility, grass looks nice, dirt and gravel sites and areas are well taken care of. They have two 2 dog parks that are small but REALLY nice. Bags and a garbage can are provided for clean up. There are nice bathrooms with showers, a "club house" where it looked like there was a "Camperee" having some sort of banquet there last year, lots of big rigs. People tend to dress nicer then normal. There is a walking path to the Firestone Winery next door. OVERALL: Location. Wow, this park is located in the heart of Paso Robles wine country. There are vineyards in every direction and there are plenty of tasting rooms within a short drive to visit. Easily do five before lunch. We love staying here and will continue to come here as long as we can. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
When we arrived the staff was very friendly and courteous, and directed us to a "crushed granite" site bordered by grass on one side and bushes on the other side. We had a nice view looking out over the vineyards. While the park is new and very clean most non concrete slab sites require one to exit onto the grass area. The grass was extremely wet and the sprinklers went on at least two times per night. There was very little room to put down a door mat and if it was touching the grass they made you move it so "you don't kill the grass". Needless to say (we have one dog) it was a constant battle to keep feet clean and not drag in all the wet dirt. The wet grass was more of a hazard than an amenity and anything left under the coach got wet when the sprinklers went on. The front office response was essentially "deal with it". Not a bad park, just bad site planning. For the money we expected a more user friendly site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is new, and there are nice views. There is grass available for each site. You choose either a concrete site or DG (decomposed granite) site. Unfortunately, the management waters the grass excessively. We stayed 3 days and the weather was in the 70's. Not once did the grass have an opportunity to dry out. It was extremely wet. I suspect management does this deliberately in an attempt to have grass that is pleasant to look at but not functional or to be used. The DG is too fine a grade. The combination of the DG and the wet grass literally made the sight muddy and one of the dirtiest sites we have stayed at. We mentioned the excessively wet and muddy environment to the management but they did not seem concerned. Therefore, the $50 price is way too high and this RV park has lost our business. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were delighted to have discovered this RV park about a year ago. The grounds are always spotless and beautiful and the location of this park is so convenient to all the wineries and downtown shopping in Paso Robles. The staff there really is wonderful. I had lost my cell phone and they really went out of their way to help me locate it again. It's so nice to see such kindness. From our travels throughout the states, we hear such great comments about this park, and we agree! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is by far the best RV park in this part of the country. About 1/2 the pads are concrete and the other 1/2 are tightly packed gravel. There are plans to make all the pads concrete. All roads are paved. There is a friendly staff. I stayed here before in May and stayed two weeks mid-October. I will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This should be a 10 rating. A terrific park extremely well maintained. A must when visiting the Paso Robles or Hearst Castle area. The only detraction would be that there are lots of rules regarding dogs but almost nobody follows them. We kept our dog on a leash when outside at all times and had many dogs running up to us loose. Most were well behaved but it would only take one larger dog to hurt a person or animal. We will stay here again though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a relatively new RV park in Paso Robles. The sites were level and each site has picnic bench that sits on a grassy area that is shared between 4 campsites (no fire pits) - great for large groups camping together. We stayed in a standard site. The premium and deluxe sites offer a little more privacy and sit on concrete pads. They have a game room with a pool table and a ping pong table and the pool area is well kept. For those that have kids, there is a water park right across the street (The Ravine) that is walking distance from the RV park. Also, the Firestone winery is walking distance (pathway through the vineyard) for tastings as well as other wineries very close by. Also, relatively close to Pismo and Avila beach, Morrow bay and Heast Castle. The staff was friendly and helpful, although the store hours were limited (closed by 5pm). Security was there to escort us to our site when we arrived even after the office was closed. Only downfall is that the sprinklers come on during the evenings on certain nights so if you don't store all your belongings, they get WET! We will return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent RV park, spotlessly clean in a good location. The only problem we had is that the first site we were assigned was impossible for us to back into. But they were good about changing our site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I am estimating on the rate, I didn't note it down. This was by far the nicest place we've ever stayed. So clean, tidy, fresh looking, organized and spacious. Love the winery theme. It is right next door to Firestone Winery - you can walk there via a gate from the park to the vineyards. Also near Sylvestre Winery (but not walking distance). They have 3 clubhouses but we only viewed (1). Game room, laundry, and even meeting space room. Mention the RV park for discounts at the wineries. The pool is large and sparkling clean with lounges and shade. The restrooms /showers are almost beautiful - like in someone's home. The sites are gravel/grass, with nice plastic tables and grills. The staff is friendly and so welcoming. We met the nicest people here. Many with dogs. They have a nice fenced dog area. Many very large, expensive RVs parked here which adds to the element of class. It does get very windy though, you will have to watch your awning. They offer late check out in case you want to enjoy the pool a bit longer or hit the wineries and come back. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I can only echo previous comments. Just wanted to add another strong endorsement of this park. It's new, clean, attractive with a very friendly staff and all the amenities you might want. If I was really being picky I'd ask for a few more items in the office store but that would be pointing up my own shortsightedness. WiFi is excellent, strong and free. It was very hot and windy when I was there but that's hardly the park's fault. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park! The staff was friendly and check in was easy. We were on the "hill" and the view was nice. The dog area was was well kept. I will stay there again when wine tasting in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very classy park! It's built on multiple levels, all paved, including sites. Long, wide pull throughs, with grass and picnic tables providing excellent separation. Very handy to local wineries (a short stroll to the nearest) and easy in/out access to the park and to each level. We camped with a group and the group facilities given to us were excellent: new, well stocked, centrally located, with huge barbeque and clean restrooms handy. Very friendly staff, super clean facilities. Not many trees, so it is a bit warm in summer months, but bearable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Outstanding park in Paso Robles with many amenities and lot to do close by. The park has a great pool/spa area and exercise room at the upper clubhouse. The park actually has two clubhouse areas which makes it nice for holidays as there is usually something going on. Brand new water park within walking distance across Airport Rd and a winery that is basically on the same property.have stayed here twice and will stay here again many more times I am sure. The only reason I did not give it a 10 is that all sites are not concrte pads, only premium sites have this amenity. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice clean park. We had a lower spot which backed to the office. While the upper spots had lovely views, I suspect they were noisier due to Hwy 46 traffic along the upper side. The pool area was a hit with the kids, and there was lots of flat ground for them to ride their bikes. The spots were very tight making it hard for some slideouts although there were very large rigs here. The grassy areas between spots was nice. What we really enjoyed was the proximity to wineries, a few within walking distance. The beach was about a 40 minute drive, and there were lots of restaurants nearby in Paso. We would definitely visit again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We'd heard that the noise from Hwy 46 was bad here, but we didn't hear it at all. We really liked this RV park. It's clean, nicely landscaped, and has good space between sites (at least for the premium sites). The folks that run the place are very nice. Although they messed up our reservation, they totally made good on it by upgrading our spot for no cost and giving us two nights free for our next visit. Very good location, close to town. The Wi-Fi worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park fairly close to Paso Robles and I-5. Be careful about following your GPS here as our Garmin got lost. Very clean facilities and extremely friendly staff. But the park is close to a pretty busy road and noise can be an issue. Also no shade to speak of and it gets very hot here in the summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in a beautiful setting and has excellent amenities. This is truly a Resort park. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. We were there for 4 nights. The pool is lovely. There is a water park across from the park for the kids. The pool and bath facilities are excellent and very clean. We found the park very attractive and the sites are easily accessed and there isn't a sense of being crowded at all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice, 5 year old park. Lots of amenities. Ask them about the Motorcoach Resort under development a few miles away. Very good Wi-Fi. Easy pull-throughs. Friendly staff. Close to shopping. I planned to stay 2 days and stayed 3. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best you will find. Don't miss this one. We have stayed here several times and are headed back in Oct. It's new, fresh and very clean. The staff always welcomes you. Don't leave for the day with your awnings out, the wind sometimes can raise havoc. Can get very hot in the summer months. Lot's of nice attractions close by. Fine dinning? Check out Paso Robles Inn while your there. The Firestone winery is a short walk from the RV park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great Park. Had a nice and roomy site. Only draw back was the sites had a stone/clay type of material which became paste like when it rained or sprinklers came on. Got all over shoes and eventually inside the coach. But the rest of the Park is First Class all the way. Would recommend this Park to anyone. If you like wine Paso Robles is great with over 100+ wine tasting locations. Firestone winery is right next to the Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Seriously, if you don't like highway noise and extreme crowding, don't come here. The upper level sites are right next to the highway with trucks using jake brakes. The lower level is so crowded you can hear the neighbors' snoring. They charge extra for pets, the wifi is free, but if the "resort" is full, you will get kicked off the network frequently. We paid over $600 for 2 weeks and that's for the lowest-price sites. One night they ran the sprinklers and our steps got wet and froze. If I'd taken the dogs out before daylight, I might not have noticed that ice, could have had a bad fall. Yes, it's new and all neat and clean but that doesn't make up for the crowding. We won't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best around. Great sites and people. Stay on the bottom section because of road noise on the top. Very clean restrooms, fitness center and clean sites. A little pricey but a great place stay and go wine tasting. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for an RV Rally. The park is very new so everything about it is clean and fresh looking. There is a small swimming pool, jacuzzi, two dog runs, and game room. There are also club houses to rent for rallies. We had site 124 which was a pullthrough site in the "upper" level. In walking through the lower level sites, some of the sites were small and crowded. Some of the lower level sites are back-to-back. some sites looked as if you might have trouble extending your awning or slides. Be specific with your site selection if possible. The park borders Hwy 46 and the noise from the highway is unbearable. This noise is a very big drawback. Bring earplugs in order to sleep at night. Trucks barrel down 24 hours a day and use their jake/exhaust brakes. Gets on your nerves. In addition, the prices are steep without the rally discount. I might stay here again. It will be interesting to see how the park holds up in a couple of years. The choice of trees planted so close to each site could pose a problem as these trees mature. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice campground. We found the staff to be very accommodating and helpful. We stayed two nights to catch up with laundry and sleep. It is close to Hearst Castle. This is an expensive resort, but the bathrooms were beautiful and very clean. The employees are always cleaning and caring for the sites. There are two fenced dog areas--one on the bottom level and one at the upper level. The sites were level, WiFi was good, and overall we enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a park that has become too upscale in their own minds. We have stayed here before as they were building and now that they have finished, they have lost touch with their customers. They have the temerity to charge 1.00 per night for pets, and yet will allow children under 5 stay for free. I tried to explain that my dog was under 5 and they did not have to build a playground for him, in a kidding tone of voice, and got a really nasty response from the check in girls. Up to this point they had been very nice. Then I ran into the man in the cart who runs around being very brusque with the customers. Wow, I was shocked! I went to the dog run and again wondered why they had the nerve to charge us extra. Will NOT stay here again. There are many places in this delightful area that do not have this attitude. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park. Good location to visit wineries and sites. We booked a premier spot and were told we were not on the bluff, but we had a good view from where we booked, however, that was not the case, we had no view, although it was a nice spot. Not much shade in this park. Some highway noise. Small pool, but very clean facility. We would go back, however, for a view, would locate on the bluff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is expensive for what you get. The Woodalls Website does have an online coupon if you stay two days get third night free when staying Mon - Thurs. I asked about this coupon when making reservations for Wednesday - Friday night. Staff person who took my reservation advised that I would just pay for one weekday and one weekend night and get one night free. She also advised I could get the 10% Good Sams discount. When I arrived, the lady would not honor the coupon. It felt like a bait & switch game. They did give us the Good Sams discount but gave us a standard site, which is very tight. Sprinkler system and highway noise is annoying. Recommend not staying here on the weekend, because it is busy and sites are tight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very clean newer park. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. All of the buildings, pool, grounds etc are clean and new, probably no more than a year or so old. There are dog areas to walk your four legged friends, but they are not very big so there is no place for medium size dogs to get up a good run. When they are more to capacity, such as during the Mid-state fair, they will do their best to get you into a site, but we were too big for our site so it was hard to get everything parked. Since we were traveling with another family, we liked the fact that we could face our units to one-another. It was pretty pricy for our tastes. Because of the price, we probably would not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a park in the middle of wine country but it is way too cramped and overpriced. We were less than two feet from the coach behind us and too close to the adjacent coach to deploy our awning. On the plus side the desk people were friendly and the resort was quiet in the evening. WiFi and cable was included but $67 before discount, that's way too much for a dirt parking spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is very tight for big rigs. Pull through sites alternate, so you have no privacy. Your door opens to the neighbor's door. Trees in the wrong places and shrubs in the way. Watch out for the street light pole in the middle of the street at the entrance. Some sites are just hard dirt. The park is fairly new with a nice work-out room, pool, hot tub and clubhouse. If you are in the right spot, the your stay will be fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Clean, clean, clean. The staff was extremely friendly and even stayed after hours to help us with local sights. Right next to Firestone winery and a close drive to Hearst Castle. Very safe, family friendly park. Would definitely stay here again. The town is nearby and quaint. This was a real treat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park with all amenities and friendly staff. If parking on the back two rows, the noise from highway 46 at times can be bothersome. I believe my site was one of the few that didn't have any grass and I couldn't open my awning at all because of newly planted trees being too close. My site was hard packed gravel. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice park. Kind of hard to get around in with big rig, though. Friendly staff and very clean place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean park with nice large sites. There is grass at nearly every site and means you are stepping out onto grass, so be sure and have a mat to wipe your feet. There are picnic tables and you can rent fire pits. Some of the sites have large barbeques. We have stayed here numerous times and will do so again. The pool area is very nice with a large pool, by RV park standards. We try to make sure we hand-pick our site so that we are not back-to-back with another RV. We have a long travel trailer which was backed into a site with a diesel pusher behind us on a prior visit. We learned very quickly that we prefer to not be looking at the back end of a coach and that sucking diesel fumes in our living area while they worked on something in their coach was very unpleasant. Since then, we stay in sites that are on the perimeter of the park with no other Rvs behind us. This is a great location for visiting the wineries in North San Luis Obispo County. Here, you are only 30 minutes from Morro Bay and very convenient for traveling to Hearst's Castle and elephant seals. The people who work here were very nice, polite and responsive to our needs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wine Country is a great resort. We had a great time and really enjoyed the peace and quiet. We stayed in site #12, and although it is at the entry we had little noise and it didn't bother us at all. Sparkling clean restrooms!! Great customer service by the hosts, owner on site, and will go out of their way to make you happy! Sites are generous. Give this place a few more years and shade will be abundant on all sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Excellent, friendly. Big rig compatible We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason not to rate this a 10 is tight side by side hookups. Other than that, the staff is friendly and helpful, the park is attractive and well landscaped. The WiFi is not the best but is free as is the cable. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park with excellent staff. Great showers, warm and sparkling clean. Our Wi-Fi worked great, a little slow when the park was packed but otherwise better than most parks. I agree that the TV channels are lacking. In our six months on the road this is one of our favorite parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very high-class property with upscale clubhouses and pool/spa. Nice off-leash pet areas. Very friendly and service-oriented staff. Only drawbacks are the basics: Wi-Fi was HORRIBLE. Could only get it while parked right outside the clubhouse, and even then, it was up and down a lot. Cable TV was also pretty stingy (only 20 channels). Price seemed a bit steep considering that, otherwise I would have rated the park a 10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an upscale park that is attractive, well maintained and quiet. The staff is friendly and helpful. We keep going back in spite of rates that are a bit on the high side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with a very friendly staff. This park has all you can ask for and the only reason I didn't go a 10 is the deluxe sites we stayed here are a little close together and I doubt both tenants could extend their awnings at the same time where the doors face each other. Other than that it's great and close to the coast and other sights to see. We are staying here a week. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well we finally did it: rated a RV park a 10! This is the first in about 20 ratings. This is a class park with everything top notch. Pool, hot tub, laundry, club rooms, bathrooms. You name it, it was super. Very helpful staff and the owner was on site and available to the customers. I did see a few rigs with shims under the tires, but ours was level. Great water pressure and electric. Free instant phone at each site as part of the package. This is what a real RV Resort is all about. Thanks for a great experience. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is what RV resorts should all be like. The place is clean and very well kept. Premium sites are concrete and very level. they are a good size extremely easy to get into. I would have only one very small complaint and that is they run the sprinklers at the sites every night to keep the grass green. My grassy area was fairly soggy most of the time but that could be over looked for beauty of the park. I will return here often. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rating this campground a 1 got your attention. We made prior reservations and were charged the "fair" rate. I was unaware that this was more than the normal rate and didn't question it and am too busy in my daily life to call and request a refund. What I did complain about was the noise: our site (and all site numbers above 81) are right next to and inclined HWY 46 where trucks run all night long. We used this campground as a stop to get some sleep before moving on the next morning but didn't get a wink due to the noise. We will NOT stay here again due to the noise and the outrageous rates. I would rate the rest of the park (sites 75 and lower) a 9. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Other than being a little warm in July, Wine Country RV is a terrific place to stay. The park is ultra clean with very nice sites and is right in the middle of central California wine country. Wine Country's staff was very pleasant to deal with and as a result, we will be staying with them during Thanksgiving. To cure the heat situation, a water slide park is being constructed next door and looks like it should open during Summer 2007. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were only planning on staying at this resort for two nights, but decided to stay an additional 4 nights and use it as our base camp. Facility is very clean and well maintained. Staff is very friendly and professional. Park offered a 4th of July dinner free to their guests. The only negative is they ran out of tri tip sandwiches and we were served hot dogs. Great place to stay over the 4th because the City puts on a great fireworks show right across the street in the park, which you can see perfectly from the resort. Resort also went all out and hired a great DJ. Holiday was very festive. Great pool area and rec room. Several doggie areas and resort provides doodie bags. Grassy areas are watered every night, so you should not leave anything out because it will get wet. VERY hot in July compared to the coast 20+ degree change in temp, but the evenings are pleasant and there is a nice breeze. We took several day trips to Morro Bay, Monterey, Pismo Beach and Lake Lopez. New water park being constructed right across the street. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great place to stay. Friendy staff and great facilities. Easy for Big rigs. They charged us $2 a night per dog, would be the only complaint. It gets a little windy up on the top section but the view is nice up there. They are improving the sites with cement pads. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Looks to be a relatively new park. Staff very friendly and helpful. Free wifi was solid and almost always very fast. Didn't look to be any permanent residents. Most sites paved, the rest gravel. Everything clean and well-maintained. Water park under construction across the street. A little bit of noise from the airport a mile or two up the road, and from the construction across the street. Excellent showers and restrooms (didn't use, but we looked). We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 3 weeks and loved it. Nicely layed out, well maintained. Very easy access to Route 101 and Route 46. Lots to do in a small town. If you like wine it's Disney Land for adults. Over 100 wineries closeby. Hearst Castle 40 minutes away, Big Sur just a bit further. We stayed here in our 45' Motorcoach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had an excellent stay at Wine Country RV. We had a space on the "upper" section. These spots give you a great view of the surrounding area. The staff was friendly and courteous. It looked to us like the park is going through improvements and upgrading. We have reservations in another couple of weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason I'm not giving this park a "10" is because the Wi-Fi doesn't work real well if you're far from the clubhouse. But it's free, so I guess you get what you pay for. The grounds are beautiful, and will be more so as the landscape grows up. The sites are spacious, the picnic tables sturdy, and it's relatively quiet. The second tier has a view, but backs up to state Hwy. 46. A premium site gets you a cement pad instead of packed sand. As for location, you couldn't ask for better. Will definitely return when we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Cleanest bathrooms I've seen to date in any park I've visited. Would have given a 10, but spaces are a bit small in that I had to share a table with my neighbor but not so small that I couldn't extend awning or slides. Traffic on Highway 46 can be very noisy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park just keeps getting better and better. It is one of our favorites. Beautiful level sites, easy hookups and a staff of very helpful delightful people. The owner is hands on. Our group always looks forward to this outing. We've already set it up for next year. They have just expanded to a mesa overlooking the existing part of the park. It is just as awesome as the lower part. We we will be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice family park. Level sites easy hookups. Easy entry and exit, close to main highway, but not noisy. Beautiful grassy sites. Management was exceptional. Very nice clubhouse. Everything was just as you would expect it to be. Overall a good value. Looks like they are expanding. I can see why! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice park. The owners are very responsive to the needs of the visitors. Located
near wineries and the town of Paso Robles. The grounds are clean and neat and the facilities are very clean. This is a new resort and the landscape is still young. I would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
A very new family owned park on the north side of Paso Robles. We took ownership of our new motorhome there and enjoyed our stay very much. It's new so everything was clean, but the landscape is small, so you'll need your awning! Some spaces have BBQ's and some have picnic tables. Close to wineries, mid-state fair, shopping. But, not within walking distance. They also have propane available. We camped here in a Motorhome.