State park with usual amenities from basics for cycling/hikers to full hookup for large (<=35’) RVs.
Good wifi, clean toilets
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Paid 35$ a night to stay there, showers and water so convenient but not the best campground.Report Check-In
NOTE: I DID NOT stay on this one. I stayed in the Morro Dunes RV Campsite, unfortunately I can't check in there. Thought this would still be interesting for people looking for campgrounds in the area.
I can highly recommend it. Directly at the beach, private sections and laundry, hot showers, toilets, etc.
I payed 35$ for a tent/car spot and slept in my minivan.
it's $35 a night for dry camping/no hookups (!!) and the spots are very close together, we didn't stay. we came back to shower the next day after staying at the other campground just under morro (which was still $25 for barely any amenities but beautiful quiet area). unless you desperately need a shower, look elsewhere. these showers are what I imagine guantanamo bay showers look like, although it might even violate their health code. absolute filthiest showers (and toilets) I've seen in months. barely any water came out and it took a whole token to go from freezing to lukewarm and then back to cold.
it's a shame that since you're not allowed to boondock basically anywhere on the california coast/highway 1, you're forced to go to these extremely overpriced campgrounds where they either barely have any amenities or the quality is this bad. I really hope they will put those fees to use and improve the campground soon, because Morro Bay is an absolutely lovely town and deserves a nice campground.Report Check-In
Why doesn’t anyone state the prices in these comments? Using this app offline/without service most of the time and it’s pretty annoying because I can’t look anything up. Had to drive down here just to be disappointed by the ridiculously steep price of 35 a night for no hook up, 50 with hookup and 10 for cycling/hike in. Plus you still gotta pay for your shower which take half a coin to just warm up. Location was great but packed like sardines. So we decided to drive down to Montana De Oro/Islay Creek Campground which is 25 a night and just use these showers the next morning. (Day use parking right next to the showers) Montana De Oro is way more beautiful than a golf course anyway :)Report Check-In
Dump and potable water ($10/credit card at dump station) available for those who aren’t camping and just passing through. Also, indoor/ locking door showered! Tokens available for purchase ($1 bills only). One token is 3 minutes and costs $0.50. Super hot, clean, and easy to access if you park in the day use area.Report Check-In
Nice hiker/biker sites under giant eucalyptus trees abutting a golf course, $10/night. Far enough from RVs that noise is minimal and generators can't be heard. Owls calling all night in the trees; really peaceful. Outlets in the toilets so you can charge your phone.Report Check-In
nice campground on the beach. seafood restaurant, kayak rentals. have stayed here twice and will againReport Check-In
Coin op hot showers. Takes a little time to warm up but they’re clean. Says for guests only but you know… sometimes you need a shower.Report Check-In
Stayed in site 62 LOVED it!!!
hot showers & clean bathrooms!