We stayed here for five nights. This is an older park. The sites are extremely narrow and tough to get into. (Dented fender to prove it!). We were also told we had 50 amp service. Our breakers kept tripping until the electricity finally quit altogether. The office told us to just plug into the empty spot next to us. Without water for four hours one morning. Don't know why. On the up side, this is a very quiet park. The staff was very friendly. Half hour trip to San Diego for sightseeing.
Price reflects PA discount. Stayed here only two nights, thank goodness. The management was very friendly and helpful. However, there are cattle feedlots on the road to Casa Grande. Not only was it a disturbing site; the stench of cow manure and urine was overpowering at the park. Perhaps the other reviewers had more favorable winds during their stay. The Wi-Fi was very unreliable, as was the cell phone signal. This is an older park that they are attempting to spruce up. The water pressure was good. Our site had some branches rubbing against our rig. Some nice man came right over and trimmed them without being asked. The sites are large and level. While they seem to be trying hard to improve the place, I don't know what can be done about the smell. We would not stay here again.
Stayed here two nights. Sites are very narrow. Had to keep our shades down to get any privacy. Reserved a 50 amp pull through, but was assigned to a 30 amp back-in site. Do not let them put you along the rear fence. A commuter train thunders by frequently. There is a small beach, but you have to walk through a park and across a busy street to get there. Some scary folks hanging around the park. The staff was extraordinarily friendly, but couldn't compensate for this park's shortcomings. The grounds are very well maintained, but overall not worth the price.
Stayed here only two days on our way South. What a delightful surprise. The spaces are a little tight, especially for a big rig. A spectacular beach is just across a dirt road from the park. There is no water view since there is a security fence around the property. Be sure to peddle your bike downtown for good food and nice shops. Short drive to Hearst Castle and Paso Robles wine country. The management is quite friendly and efficient. It is an older park, but has lots of maintenance going on. Power plant is behind park. Not noticeable except for a loud buzzing early each morning. Morro Rock is an impressive landmark. We would stay here again, but for much longer!
Price reflects Good Sam discount. Grounds extremely well cared for. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Poor WiFi bandwidth. Good 3G signal. Pull through was tight with our 42 footer and tow vehicle. Some traffic noise at night, so request a site away from the road.