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The location is beautiful but this campground was very disappointing. When we arrived to our campsite there was trash from the previous campers. I noticed that the camp host do not clean the campsites or fire rings. I'm not sure what they do since there...More
No water, no showers, and very basic campsite that is well overpriced, probably the worst campsite I've been to in many months of travelling, the surrounding scenery is fabulous and the area is a must but from a campsite with better facilities
The campsites are fine. They are semi-private with a fire pit and a table. There was plenty of room for our 33-ft RV and tow vehicle. The campground is nice, but believe the reviews when they say this is primitive. No water, no electric, no...More
The location of the campground is great. It's across the street from the ocean, it's down the road from an elephant seal rookery, and very close to Hearst Castle. And there are a large number of campsites. But we stayed at other campsites during our...More
The ideal location and used to be one
of the best camping sites in California.
Now with the drough and short sightes and incompetence of Politician,beauracrats that ruined
First impression or unimpressed when you get into the entrance that
the Park is Full....More
I used to stay here every other year with my family for our summer vacation. So on this trip, I wanted to show my husband where I used to camp with my family. They were curious enough to let us drive thru the campsites. It...More
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There is a maximum of two vehicles per campsite and I believe six or eight people. It seems they’ve been lax about this rule in the past, but are going to start enforcing it later this year. We were there in July and I saw... More
There is a maximum of two vehicles per campsite and I believe six or eight people. It seems they’ve been lax about this rule in the past, but are going to start enforcing it later this year. We were there in July and I saw signs posted that said until September they would be giving warnings about excessive people or vehicles in campsites and after that they were going to be enforcing the rules. Because they are becoming stricter with the rules I would either look up the restrictions on the website or call and speak with the Ranger.