The lure of Pismo Beach, on California’s Central Coast, draws RV campers from around the world. They know they’re going to find beautiful beaches, outstanding outdoor recreation and laid-back seaside villages waiting to be explored. Why not join them on your own RV adventure?
Centrally located between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Pismo Beach is a premier destination for RV camping fans because there’s just so much to do once you’re there! Here are our suggestions for a Pismo Beach RV camping itinerary.
Day One: Set up Camp at Pismo Beach
The beauty of oceanside camping is made even better by well-managed, friendly RV parks. That’s just what you’ll find in Pismo Beach, with amenities to make even an extended stay comfortable.
Here are just a few suggestions for Pismo Beach RV campgrounds:
Pismo Coast Village RV Resort features four hundred RV sites, a general store, on-site restaurant and mini-golf course. Get in touch for reservations here, and plan to enjoy exciting Central Coast attractions close by.
Another excellent spot to park your RV on a visit to Pismo Beach is at the beach itself! Pismo State Beach in Oceano has RV campsites for motorhomes up to 36 feet in length. Come camp near the dunes and play in the Pacific, it’s the perfect place for outdoor recreation enthusiasts.
One more idea for motorhome camping in Pismo Beach—a stay at Pismo Sands RV Park. With RV sites that accommodate even the largest motorhomes, this park is ideal for campers wanting to stay close to Central Coast action.
Day Two: Start Enjoying the Beaches!
Start your beach tour at Pismo Beach, where the white sand beaches and iconic fishing pier stand ready to welcome you. Make your way south to Oceano Dunes for hiking, OHV riding and wildlife viewing. All along the coast you’ll find outfitters waiting to provide you with sea kayaks, dune tours and bike rentals, just to name a few of the outdoor recreation opportunities.
Day Three: Tour Hearst Castle
Hearst Castle, located one hour north of Pismo Beach on Hwy 1, is the magnificent hillside estate once owned by William Randolph Hearst. Fabulous gardens, priceless collections of art and stories of movie stars, politicians and millionaires are all part of the Hearst Castle tour. Come visit this state-owned historic site for an intimate glimpse into one of America’s most famous families.
Day Four: Visit Central Coast Vineyards
The abundance of vineyards and wineries in California’s Central Coast Wine Country is enough for a vacation in itself. Choose which wine trail you want to follow using this helpful guide and find a new favorite vintage along the way. This could be the beginning of an annual pilgrimage for wine loving RV travelers!
Day Five: Visit Ventura Harbor
Be sure to save time to visit Ventura Harbor Village, an outstanding seaside oasis just two hours south on Hwy 1. Shop, eat, dance and soak up the harbor town ambience. Breathtaking Channel Islands National Park right next door is an underwater wonderland your entire family will enjoy.
These are just five of the ways you can play on an RV camping trip to Pismo Beach, California. Pick up an RV rental at one of our rental locations and plan the vacation of a lifetime on California’s Central Coast.
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