This may be the best park we have stayed in. The sites are wide, with plenty of room for our 35' Class A. The cable TV and wi-fi are good. Access from Hwy 101 was easy, following the instructions provided by the park. The park store is the best equipped I have seen. The park faces Pismo Creek which runs between the park and the ocean beach, and there are shelters to watch the sunset. Close enough to the main street and pier to walk. We were only here for 2 nights, and I wish we could have stayed longer. It is the quietest park we been in - no noise from planes, trains, or automobiles! There is some site renovation work going on, but there was no inconvenience while we were here.
This is an old park which is being updated. There are still a few original permanent park models from the 1940's. The sites are narrow and the tow vehicles are parked on the road in front of your site. The park is a great location as far as proximity to Hollywood and the north Los Angeles area. When the freeways were clogged, there were many alternate routes from the park to the various tourist attractions. While there was some noise from the Van Nuys airport (small executive jets) and the occasional commuter train, there was irritating noise from the helicopters taking off and landing near the park. It was usually quiet at night, but there were some nighttime flights. When the helicopters were not flying, the park was so quiet; it was like being out in the country. There was a large park about a mile away with sports fields, bike paths and a golf course. There were grocery stores within a few miles. If we were going to return to the area, we would stay in this park again.
We chose this park for its proximity to Disneyland. The park was very clean, as were the washrooms (self-contained unisex toilet/shower rooms). Cable TV and wifi were acceptable. Coffee was available in the clubhouse. A shuttle was available to go to Disney (for a reasonable daily fee) and we could watch the fireworks from our window. The sites were a bit narrow but average for most urban parks we've stayed at. Considering how close the park was to the freeway, we found it quiet.
We stayed at this park to be close to San Diego at a reasonable cost. We stayed in the Willow loop and didn't have cable hookup in that loop, but we did get some air channels. Wi-fi was good early in the day and slower when everyone was home in the evening. The sites in our loop were a good size. The park is close to many shops and close to the trolley to get to San Diego. The park was also very quiet, especially with its proximity to freeways and the city. We would stay here again.
The park was in a great location, across the highway from the beach, but there were two train tracks near the back of the park. The other campers who were there for the winter said they got used to the trains, but for shorter stays, maybe not. The washrooms were clean, with lots of hot water. Large laundry area and a guest lounge where they served coffee and snacks in the mornings. Everyone was very friendly.
Very nice park, convenient to I-10, with 3 gas stations close by. There is some noise from the interstate and a train track with occasional traffic, but the park itself is clean and quiet. The washrooms were individual rooms with toilets and showers, just like home.