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Old 05-29-2011, 09:07 PM   #1
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Ojai and san luis obispo your thoughts

Want to stay at both places any sites that you liked and would go back
Have a class A 36 ft unit. Thanks steve
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Old 05-29-2011, 09:12 PM   #2
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Rincon Parkway County Park in Ventura and Pismo Beach RV Resort in Pismo Beach. That's where we stay and highly recommend.
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Old 05-30-2011, 11:09 AM   #3
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If you are open to dry camping Pismo State Beach is right next to the Pismo RV Resort but is much more spread out (i.e., not rows and rows of spaces of RV's next to each other) and half the price. During the summer it's booked up pretty early, but in off season it's only lightly used and it's no issue to just roll in and grab a space.

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Old 05-30-2011, 02:02 PM   #4
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North of SLO---Moro Dunes in Moro Bay----right across from the beach a nice beach walk to Moro Bay less than a mile---shuttle trolley to town if you wish

Paso Robles---Wine Country RV resort--little pricey but view lots and right in the thick of wine country===Paso is a nice town, easy drive to the coast---San Simeon etc;
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We stayed for a week last year at Lake Casitas in Ojai. (we live only 30 minutes away). Really enjoyed it..nice lake for fishing (no swimming there)..
Stayed at Pismo Beach RV Park years ago..another good one, and love Rincon for drycamping!
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What about the Port of San Luis at Avila Beach. The views can't be beat. There is some traffic going into the nuclear plant in the AM but it was a small price to pay IMO. Check out our review in the campground section. We have stayed at the Port many times, and really miss it here in Indy.

Pismo Coast is crowded and you have no view. Wine country is a nice place. IMO much nicer than Pismo Coast. We are not familiar with Pismo Beach RV, but if Ronnie likes it it is likely a good place.

Rincon is like the Port, a bit more crowded, but again a million dollar view.

Rincon and the Port were our most favorite spots between LA and Paso on the coast
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IF you have kids....they will really enjoy the Ventura Ranch KOA, which is located between Santa Paula and Ojai. Not a lot of full hook up sites, so call in advance if that's what you want.

I'll also put in a good word for the Morro Dunes RV Park in Morro Bay, as that's where we're sitting right now as I post this message. It's VERY busy in the summertime, so once again call in advance...
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I'll also put in a good word for the Morro Dunes RV Park in Morro Bay, as that's where we're sitting right now as I post this message. It's VERY busy in the summertime, so once again call in advance...[/QUOTE]


Last time we were there we walked to town---shopped around but could hardly wait to get fresh scallops for dinner. Brought them home in a bag--as
I was preparing the BBQ I became distracted and our dog ate the scallops------all of them--------we really like that place--so does our dog-----many memories.
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