Pismo Coast Village is a full-featured RV resort just a 10-minute walk from downtown Pismo Beach and the Pismo Beach pier. The beach isn't far away from the campsites, but you have to walk around the end of PIsmo Creek lagoon to get to it.
This large RV campground is aptly named as Pismo Coast Village. It's almost like a small town, with hundreds of sites surrounding the "town" square.
People who review Pismo Coast Village online seem to love it or hate it.
You may want to read some reviews at Yelp. To summarize, reviewers who like the place says it's really clean and they like that it's a short walk from the beach.
People who give Pismo Coast Village low ratings complain that the spaces are too close together, too crowded and that the walk to the beach is too long.
If would like to stay there but don't have a recreational vehicle or travel trailer, several local companies offer delivery and setup service. They include: RV Plus You, Get Away RV Rentals, Luv2Camp and Beach Bound Trailer Rentals. Any of them will deliver your RV, set it up and take it away when you're done. All you have to do is bring linens and food.
What Facilities Are There at Pismo Coast RV Village?
Pismo Coast Village has 400 RV sites on 26 acres. They can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet long and have a few sites that can take a 45-foot-long RV. You can also put up one small tent per site, but they don't have any sites for tent camping only.
They provide cable TV and free wireless internet access. If you need them, there's a laundry room, a general store and a restaurant, too. You can like the restaurant's Facebook page to find out what's going on and when they are hosting holiday meals.
Pismo coast is a full-featured resort with a heated swimming pool, arcade games, playground, mini golf course, basketball court, shuffleboard, ping-pong and horseshoe pits.
They provide equipment and you can rent bicycles, too.
What You Need to Know Before You Go to Pismo Coast RV Village
Up to three well-mannered pets are allowed per site, but any time they're outside, they must be kept on leashes no more than 6 feet long. Your pet's rabies vaccination certificate must the current. Because of insurance rules, you can't bring these breeds (or mixes): Pitbull, Rottweiler, Doberman, Chow, Malamute, and Wolf. Call if you have questions.
Pismo Coast Village wins many awards and is so popular that you should reserve as far in advance as possible. They start taking reservations on the first day of the month, six months in advance. For example, if you want to go anytime in November, call on May 1. This privately owned property takes reservations directly through their website at the link below.
If you need reliable WiFi access, they say the closer you are to the Registration building, Restroom #1, or Restroom #4, the better your reception will be.
On the third weekend of May, the Village hosts the annual Vintage Trailer Rally celebrating travel trailers built between 1930 and 1979. It's one of the largest vintage trailer rallies in the country with an open house and swap meet.
Resort guests can tour the vintage trailers and join in the celebration.
How to Get to Pismo Coast RV Village
Pismo Coast Village RV Resort
Pismo Beach, CA
Pismo Coast RV Village is just off CA Hwy 1 in Pismo Beach, close to downtown.
You can also like their Facebook page to get information about movie nights and other campground events.