2500 Airport Rd
Wine Country RV Resort in Paso Robles is California's newest destination resort, designed for today's RVer. Near wineries, golf, beaches, lakes, dining, shops, and other attractions. Group sites, club facilities, horseshoes, BBQ's and more!
I work from home and needed to work while visiting. I know that park internet is usually not good so I typically use my hot spot. Nothing works at this park!
2 meses ás
First time here. Was pleasantly surprised with the cleanliness. Ease of booking. Ended up stay an extra night just for the adults only hot tub. Area has a few breweries other than Firestone walker. If you are in the area check out “tin city” and California coast beer Co.
8 meses ás
Really nice, well equipped RV park with very nice level concrete pads. Nice amenities such as an outdoor bar with live music. The only negative was a team armed with gas powered leave blowers invaded the park at 08:30 and ran their noisy blowers until about 09:30. Super annoying for those who enjoy tranquility with your coffee. But the added benefit is the park is spotless.
8 meses ás
Decent park but we opted for a spot around the perimeter not realizing that it backed up to Highway 46. The road noise from cars and air brakes goes on all night. Other locations in the park looked much nicer. The back in spaces are small and you can't be sure you can extend your awning (tree in the way) or slide (bush in the way but just made it). The economy spots seem to be predominately long-term campers so that definitely changes the vibe. Otherwise it was a pleasant, clean park with what appeared to be a lot of neat amenities that are not currently available due Covid restrictions.
1 ano ás
Jim & his T@B
Clean, neat, attractive resort and grounds. Generally the sites are large enough to accomodate trailer, tow vehicle, slide outs and awnings. Good AT&T cell service. Reasonably quiet at night except for the spots that back the highway. My spot was far from the highway. The challenge I had was with the back-in sites that back into another site behind it. My trailer is short so I didn't go all the way to the imaginary rear boundary so when the huge 5th wheel full-size and massive F350 backed into the site behind me he continued over the boundary about 10 feet into my site to within about 2 feet of my 18 foot teardrop trailer. Admittedly the boundary is invisible so it's hard and you have to use some judgement to see it but I still lost ~10 feet of my site. Yes, I asked him to move and he gave me 2 feet back.
1 ano ás
The resort is in an accessible location and is clean. . . but the upper camping spots back up against rte 46 and are particularly noisy. These sites are also gravel. Another negative was that there was no community kitchen, which would have been nice. Check out the resort map and request a site closer to the front for a better night's sleep.
2 anos ás
Otherwise generic RV park with a nice pool. Our experience however was trashed because of lawn mower and leaf blower noise early morning when we tried to have breakfast. Not only that but the lawn mower was left with the engine running without supervision next to our RV. This can be considered as serious case of wreckless endangerment because there were kids around. Its also a little close to the highway and thus has some noise throughout the night.
3 anos ás
Definitely a glamping spot. This is a get what you pay for place, and it’s not the cheapest park around. Even has mini cabins for those looking to have that type of experience. If you like a view, and you have a travel trailer with windows at the back, the back-in spaces 83-87 look out over the vineyard to the winery next door. The big rigs get to go up to the top of the park and can get a nice view looking back down to the valley and mountains to the west. Some spaces are backed up to a wall that is above highway 46, i personally wouldn’t want one of those although they are across from a bathroom building and a club house of some kind. Everything is very very clean. Also quiet. There were not many folks using the outdoor areas of their spaces. Every space we saw here has a well kept grassy area and blossoming trees throughout. Well kept gardens. The weather was on and off wet so the hot tub area was kept locked. It looks very resort-ish with stone waterfalls and nice grounds. Big pool looked inviting, it’s behind the main office and store, although we did not partake. Bathrooms were very clean and not at all crowded, in fact always empty during my visits. Great for dogs, a couple small but effective dog runs kept stocked with bags. Wi-Fi worked the entire time without a hiccup. The free service is not strong enough to stream. We bought a three day pass for ten bucks and the husband could watch youtube which he likes to do. Didn’t use their cable but they said at check in they are installing a service with 200 channels. Location is nicely situated out in the country side. Stores are a couple miles away which is perfect for us. The Pacific Ocean is barely an hour away at Cambria through a very lovely mountain drive on a well kept highway. Far too many wineries to see during a stop here for just a few nights. We enjoyed Ecluse winery just to the west and close to Paso, minutes from the resort. Everyone here was quite friendly.