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Old 04-07-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
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Headed out to Pismo Beach for a week. Staying at Pismo Coast Village which is a beautiful RV park located 50' from the ocean. Dogs are allowed at the beach and my husky loves running out in the water. Can't wait!
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Very nice! We are hoping to get down there next weekend; Probably just stay in the North Beach park right next door.

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Old 04-07-2012, 09:47 PM   #3
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Headed out to Pismo Beach for a week. Staying at Pismo Coast Village which is a beautiful RV park located 50' from the ocean. Dogs are allowed at the beach and my husky loves running out in the water. Can't wait!
Let us know what you think about the renovated area, looks like they installed all new services on one side. We stayed there once while we had the inside of our house painted.
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:33 PM   #4
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Some pads have been re-done with a green gravel which was really nice since it rained quite a bit while there. The old style spots became very muddy, while the new spots drained off. Had a great time, only complaint was their wifi, didn't work.
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Old 10-30-2013, 03:19 PM   #5
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Does the North Beach RV park have a name? Have you ever stayed at the Holiday RV Park? If so, would you stay there again? We're headed down to Pismo on Monday and looking for something nice that won't break the bank! Thanks
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Does the North Beach RV park have a name? Have you ever stayed at the Holiday RV Park? If so, would you stay there again? We're headed down to Pismo on Monday and looking for something nice that won't break the bank! Thanks
Unfortunately, IMO, if you want nice in Pismo, you're going to have to pay ($55-$65/night). Pismo Coast Village is a great campground, the one across the street Holiday RV, isn't too shabby either, but the spaces are tight, really tight! Every other campground we visited could use work (TONS of it). We own a 1000 trails membership and opted to pay cash at Holiday RV after our time expired at PCV, where I might add we also paid cash, because the 1000 trails CG was a veritable DUMP!
But where ever you decide to stay, don't let that deter you from enjoying the town, including the BBQ from Mo's and the clam chowder from Splash Cafe.

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Old 11-02-2013, 09:51 AM   #7
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Thanks for the information. We've decided to try Pacific Dunes Ranch Resort in Oceano or Pacific Coast Village Village in Pismo. Both offer rates under $50 mid-week with AAA disc.. Pacific Coast offers one nite free after 3-nites stay mid week and their on the beach! Will plan to provide a review once we return.
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I think that Pismo Coast Village is the best park in Pismo, if they are about the same price that's where I'd stay. For a great steak try Jocko's in Nipomo or A.J.Spurs in Grover Beach. Spyglass has a great view and good food. Not a huge fan of Splash but the tourist love this place. Enjoy.
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Old 11-03-2013, 06:27 AM   #9
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Pismo Coast Village is one of our favorite destination spots!
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I think that Pismo Coast Village is the best park in Pismo, if they are about the same price that's where I'd stay. For a great steak try Jocko's in Nipomo or A.J.Spurs in Grover Beach. Spyglass has a great view and good food. Not a huge fan of Splash but the tourist love this place. Enjoy.
...yeah, I'm not a fan of the place either, only the clam chowdah! May I suggest you pick it up and take it back to the campsite where you can REALLY ENJOY IT!
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If you really want to enjoy a great clam chowder, then check out Alex's in Shell Beach. Nothing compares!
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Old 11-04-2013, 12:30 PM   #12
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You can camp on the beach for $25/night. There are toilets and showers there but some times the dune buggies drown out the sound of the ocean. When we were there a few months ago we saw some big rigs parked in the sand.
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If you like great pizza, we like Klondike Pizza in the Arroyo Grande Village, Tuesday night is all you can eat, over 20 different pizza's. Try Doc Burnstein's for ice cream in the village.
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In the Pismo area try Pismo Sands RV south on Hyw 1 in Oceano, its very clean and very little noise. We have stayed at PCV and it is nice, but we prefer Pismo Sands. Also try Arroyo Grande they have killer burgers and sandwich wraps at Old Village Grill, nice Mexican food across the street. All these places are on or near Grand Ave. East of Hyw. 101. Where you go in the Five city area you'll have a great time.
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