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3 / 5 (9 votos )

Pismo Sands RV Resort

2220 Cienaga St.
93445, Oceano
California, Estados Unidos

Pismo Sands RV Resort is ideally located just minutes from Pismo Beach, and convenient to all of the many activities on California's Central Coast. We offer 133 paved, full hookup 50,30,20 amp, Pull-through & Back-in sites up to 78ft in length. Complimentary WI-FI & Cable TV all situated on 11 beautifully landscaped acres. Fully equiped vacation rental cottages available. Pismo Sands RV Resort is owned by a family who loves to RV. We know what is important to Rver's and we take pride in treating our customers as we would expect to be treated ourselves when we travel. Our management and employees are dedicated to making your stay with us a pleasant one. Go for a ride in a four wheel pedal car, play shuffleboard or horseshoes, or take a relaxing dip in our sparkling year round heated pool or spa. Whether you are here for a weekend, or longer we strive to make your visit an enjoyable one. Pismo Sands RV Resort has been awarded the "Best Medium Sized Park in California" three times by the California Travel Parks Association (CalARVC). We are one of the highest rated Resorts on the Central Coast in the Trailer Life Guide, and we have been featured in Highways magazine several times. Come see what we mean when we say; "We Pamper our Campers"  

Características do local

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Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
ligação de TV
Wi-Fi
Tenda de campismo

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Recreação
Parque infantil
Nadar em água natural
Piscina Exterior
Sauna
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos
Aluguer de Bicicletas

Sanitário
Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa


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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Cozy, quiet park. Wasn't sure about the buddy site setup, but we had plenty of our own space. Utilities worked fine, but Wi-Fi was very slow and inconsistent (took a star off because of this). T-Mobile data is practically unusable despite there being 5G. Pool was nice and warm. Nice atmosphere. Overall, would recommend.
2 meses ás

GritnGrace
Inglês (US)
I had huge apprehensions about staying here after I received a call from the front desk a week before our trip down to Pismo Beach from Washington state. The woman informed me that they were canceling our reservation because our trailer would not fit. It turned out that their system did not have the same site parameters that I selected in my online reservation. Once I was able to show them that they had the wrong information my reservation was confirmed for a 40’ site with a slide out. I was informed that I would not be able to park my truck onsite. Since the rest of our trip was already planned and nothing else was available I just said a prayer and hoped for the best, but I after that experience I was not expecting much. Well, fast forward a couple of weeks and we arrived and I ended up being pleasantly surprised. We ended up being assigned a back in site, with a smaller adjacent site included for parking our truck. It was a really nice setup and IF I could reserve a specific site (you can’t, you can only reserve a type of site) I would come back. However, most of the other sites did not include the adjacent site for parking and the result was that many had to park outside of the resort on the street, and let’s just say I wouldn’t feel very safe leaving my truck parked overnight on the streets of Oceano. Besides that the other main downsides to this park are that the sites are all extremely close together and the roads are narrow and tight. Backing into our site required surgical precision to avoid hitting other adjacent vehicles. Also, be forewarned as others have noted, many of the pull through sites are alternated so that the entrances of coaches are facing each other. If you want a shred of privacy those sites have none. On the positive side, the park was clean and the pool and hot tube are nice. Staff was friendly. If you don’t need privacy and have a tiny trailer I would recommend this place, but anything approaching or exceeding our medium sized 30 foot trailer I would avoid staying here.
6 meses ás

CaliSmock
Inglês (US)
We live nearby and this is our favorite RV park for a staycation. We have stayed here countless times since management changed. The pool is heated to 82° and the jacuzzi/spa is 101°. We prefer to stay near the pool in sites 18-21 so we can easily see the kids at the playground and game room. Across the way is a one-of-a-kind playground that is shaped like a ship; good for all ages. New management changed the underutilized community room to an amazing game room with air hockey, shuffleboard, Pac-Man, basketball throwing arcade game, TV with a fire stick, karaoke, ping pong, puzzles and a toddler/preschooler play area. One room over is a free lending library. Nearby is a good-sized laundromat where the machines reliably work or if one breaks it is fixed quickly. Every campsite has grass, and not just a 2’x4’ patch, but a substantially larger area. While the campground requires a drive to the beach or town, the payoff is better weather—less wind and dust than campgrounds closer to the ocean. The sites are on the road to the only exit so there is traffic, yet the speed bumps slow down folks so that we do not have concern for traffic safety and the kids on bikes. The sites on the western perimeter are along a road that leads to another RV park and that area is the loudest area of the park. There are cottages to rent for friends and family that want to “camp,” but do not have their own trailer. No tents allowed anywhere. The new management has started holiday festivities: For Easter, the campground hides thousands of Easter eggs! For Halloween, they create a map of all RVs that are participating in trick-or-treating and they have a campsite decorating contest where you can win up to three nights of camping! There are no site-hold fees. Thank goodness! Some local RV parks have site-hold fees that are $50 PER NIGHT. The nightly rate is the same year-round; no rate increases for holidays. The RV park added good Wi-Fi recently. There is no fee for Wi-Fi. For the reviews written before October of 2020, the management WAS horrible. New management is flexible, attentive and uses common sense—something the previous manager lacked, and she had set a low standard of customer service for the office gals. For the double review from one renter (double!): You can see in the campground map that the sites are interchanging in their drive-thru direction. So, their slide is 18 inches from their neighbor with the hook-ups between the campers. Solution: They could have moved forwards or backwards in the long sites so they were no longer closely aligned to their neighbor’s slide(s). They failed to mention the large grass area for their campsite. A creative layout to hide hook-ups, instead of the usual layout which puts your neighbor’s hook-ups in your site. Instead of stewing about the dog they should have told management who is good about tending to these types of issues. Do not leave your yapping dog in your camper while you are away or you will be kicked out. Rightfully so. An RV is not a babysitter. The rules state their dog policies and disturbing the peace and quiet of other campers while you are sunbathing at the beach is rude. There are several dog-friendly beaches in the area for on- and off-leash dogs. We have two Lances, pictured.
9 meses ás

MAHarvey
Inglês (US)
Stayed here because it was the only one available for a trip to see our son. We do have a 45' so we are used to tight turns. Utility side we can touch the rig next to us. Patio side meets another rig so no privacy for space. They let their neighbor dog stay out unattended all day and night so we couldn't stay out anyway. We just came from Moab so we had our ATV. They wouldn't let us park it next to our rig locked up. We aren't using it. We have to leave it in our truck for the week. Won't come back here.
1 ano ás

MAHarvey
Inglês (US)
My wife and I travel full time across the country and stay at multiple RV parks every year. We are out here visiting our son and limited on places to stay, so we booked this place. What a mistake. I'm not sure, but I think common sense in America is a thing of the past. This place is crowded, cars parked all over the place and hard to navigate. Dog run is 5 feet by 5 feet. Seriously? You call that a dog run. With slides out I'm literally 18 inches from my neighbor. My other neighbor left is dog out all night and when I went to let my dogs out in the morning his dog was standing there growling at me and my dogs. Then he had the audacity to come out and yell at me for making his dog growl and said he almost "dropped" me because he thought I might be stealing something. Then to top it off I have my atv with me and I parked it alongside my RV on my site and they said it has to stay in the back of my jeep and can't be parked there. But any other form of vehicle can be parked all across the place and not on sites. Unbelievable....
1 ano ás

edentheairstream
Inglês (US)
The park itself could use some work. It feels so crammed because of the layout. Many sites are unlevel and not much room in between. There is very little parking, so on busy weekends, some people had to park outside the park on side streets. Most sites are buddy sites which I would imagine would be quite awkward since you’re then sharing an outdoor living space with strangers, but many people seemed to travel together so in that case, would be fun. The park has a pool, hot tub, and a game room, but could get quite crowded. The office staff is the only redeeming factor. They were so accommodating and kind. 5 stars for them! If I were to return to the area, I would try to find a different park.
1 ano ás