Pacific Dunes Ranch Good Sam Verified Campground

1205 Silver Spur Pl, Oceano, CA 93445

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 2.3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 7.5
Restrooms 7
Appeal 5.5
(4 reviews) 2.3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews

SECLUDED RV RESORT IN CALIFORNIA

Located in CA's Pismo Beach region with rolling sand dunes & rollicking waves in the beautiful Oceano Preserve. Swimming, boating, fishing, biking & hiking. This resort highlights breathtaking vistas & trails to the beach.

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1205 Silver Spur Pl
Oceano, CA, 93445

Open all year

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

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Pets welcome
No tents
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Good
Road type: Paved
Table at site
Total spaces: 215
Spaces available: 185
Seasonal Sites: 30
Site length (Max length): 66 (66)
Pull-thru size: 20 x 66
Pull-thrus: 95
Back-in size: 20 x 40
Room for slideouts: Yes
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Number of full hookups: 185
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Table at site

Nature trails
Enclosed game room
Horseback riding
Horseshoes
ATV riding
Horseshoes
ATV riding
Mountain biking

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Boating
Hiking
Marina
Kayaking / canoeing
Marina
Kayaking / canoeing
ATV riding
Mountain biking
Mountain biking

Military Discount

2.2 (4 reviews) 2.25 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
2.5
Restroom
2
Appeal
2.7
What is being rated?
1 1 out of 5 stars 09/10/2020

The location and the sites were ok. Sand and crushed rock for the pads made it messy, and the amenities are pretty poor or non-existent. All of this would have been a 4 star for me, but the staff and the permanent residents don't care about the rest of the paying customers. One permanent resident was riding his no muffler Harley around the campground at 4 am, two nights in a row. When we complained about it, the staff basically said, we don't care, and told me to get over it. Other permanent residents... Read More

The location and the sites were ok. Sand and crushed rock for the pads made it messy, and the amenities are pretty poor or non-existent. All of this would have been a 4 star for me, but the staff and the permanent residents don't care about the rest of the paying customers. One permanent resident was riding his no muffler Harley around the campground at 4 am, two nights in a row. When we complained about it, the staff basically said, we don't care, and told me to get over it. Other permanent residents were living in total wrecks that looked like they should be condemned. Also apparently they have a theft problem as well. DO NOT STAY HERE. There are plenty of other nice places to stay in the area.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 09/17/2018

Rest Rooms are adequate and not highly used except for the homeless in the area, which is slightly disconcerting. On reporting this, we were told that it is because people don't lock the door after leaving. Charging for a "resort" fee is ludicrous there is no pool and very limited on-site amenities. Sites are gravel and dirt, but are fairly level. Lots of barking dogs to mix in with the coyotes howling at night kind of rustic actually. Lots of area attractions, including a drive-on beach, located... Read More

Rest Rooms are adequate and not highly used except for the homeless in the area, which is slightly disconcerting. On reporting this, we were told that it is because people don't lock the door after leaving. Charging for a "resort" fee is ludicrous there is no pool and very limited on-site amenities. Sites are gravel and dirt, but are fairly level. Lots of barking dogs to mix in with the coyotes howling at night kind of rustic actually. Lots of area attractions, including a drive-on beach, located nearby.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/29/2016

Only been here 3 nights on the top level and have 6 more nights to go. Spaces are called "deluxe" but you are jammed in between other RV's and Trailers. Very tight. Little privacy. Roads between the RV's are narrow and vehicles travel too fast...speed is not enforced. Security - none. Anyone can drive in. Bathroom/showers:- 1 room shares a shower with a curtain to close behind you and 3 bathroom stalls. The entrance door, if slammed, closes but no lock. Anyone could walk in...very unsafe.when you... Read More

Only been here 3 nights on the top level and have 6 more nights to go. Spaces are called "deluxe" but you are jammed in between other RV's and Trailers. Very tight. Little privacy. Roads between the RV's are narrow and vehicles travel too fast...speed is not enforced. Security - none. Anyone can drive in. Bathroom/showers:- 1 room shares a shower with a curtain to close behind you and 3 bathroom stalls. The entrance door, if slammed, closes but no lock. Anyone could walk in...very unsafe.when you are most vulnerable. The good part, the weather has been nice. Cannot access the ocean by foot unless you walk over a few dunes. Pismo is a beautiful place to visit. Wifi is available but you have to pay for it. Cable is available and free. We've been here many times but not at this resort.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 04/11/2016

This is unfortunate to see so many people living in the facility. I like full time RV'ers but most of these are pemanent. The good spots are taken by these and it is hard to level your rig on what is left to park in,

1 1 out of 5 stars 09/10/2020

The location and the sites were ok. Sand and crushed rock for the pads made it messy, and the amenities are pretty poor or non-existent. All of this would have been a 4 star for me, but the staff and the permanent residents don't care about the rest of the paying customers. One permanent resident was riding his no muffler Harley around the campground at 4 am, two nights in a row. When we complained about it, the staff basically said, we don't care, and told me to get over it. Other permanent residents... Read More

The location and the sites were ok. Sand and crushed rock for the pads made it messy, and the amenities are pretty poor or non-existent. All of this would have been a 4 star for me, but the staff and the permanent residents don't care about the rest of the paying customers. One permanent resident was riding his no muffler Harley around the campground at 4 am, two nights in a row. When we complained about it, the staff basically said, we don't care, and told me to get over it. Other permanent residents were living in total wrecks that looked like they should be condemned. Also apparently they have a theft problem as well. DO NOT STAY HERE. There are plenty of other nice places to stay in the area.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 09/17/2018

Rest Rooms are adequate and not highly used except for the homeless in the area, which is slightly disconcerting. On reporting this, we were told that it is because people don't lock the door after leaving. Charging for a "resort" fee is ludicrous there is no pool and very limited on-site amenities. Sites are gravel and dirt, but are fairly level. Lots of barking dogs to mix in with the coyotes howling at night kind of rustic actually. Lots of area attractions, including a drive-on beach, located... Read More

Rest Rooms are adequate and not highly used except for the homeless in the area, which is slightly disconcerting. On reporting this, we were told that it is because people don't lock the door after leaving. Charging for a "resort" fee is ludicrous there is no pool and very limited on-site amenities. Sites are gravel and dirt, but are fairly level. Lots of barking dogs to mix in with the coyotes howling at night kind of rustic actually. Lots of area attractions, including a drive-on beach, located nearby.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/29/2016

Only been here 3 nights on the top level and have 6 more nights to go. Spaces are called "deluxe" but you are jammed in between other RV's and Trailers. Very tight. Little privacy. Roads between the RV's are narrow and vehicles travel too fast...speed is not enforced. Security - none. Anyone can drive in. Bathroom/showers:- 1 room shares a shower with a curtain to close behind you and 3 bathroom stalls. The entrance door, if slammed, closes but no lock. Anyone could walk in...very unsafe.when you... Read More

Only been here 3 nights on the top level and have 6 more nights to go. Spaces are called "deluxe" but you are jammed in between other RV's and Trailers. Very tight. Little privacy. Roads between the RV's are narrow and vehicles travel too fast...speed is not enforced. Security - none. Anyone can drive in. Bathroom/showers:- 1 room shares a shower with a curtain to close behind you and 3 bathroom stalls. The entrance door, if slammed, closes but no lock. Anyone could walk in...very unsafe.when you are most vulnerable. The good part, the weather has been nice. Cannot access the ocean by foot unless you walk over a few dunes. Pismo is a beautiful place to visit. Wifi is available but you have to pay for it. Cable is available and free. We've been here many times but not at this resort.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 04/11/2016

This is unfortunate to see so many people living in the facility. I like full time RV'ers but most of these are pemanent. The good spots are taken by these and it is hard to level your rig on what is left to park in,

1205 Silver Spur Pl, Oceano, CA 93445
Coordinates: 35.093600, -120.616070
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of US-101 & Grand Ave: Go 1/2 mi W on Grand Ave to Halcyon Rd, then 1-1/2 mi S on Halcyon Rd to Cienaga St (US-1), then 3/4 mi W on Cienaga St to 22nd St, then 1/4 mi S on 22nd St to Silver Spur Pl, then 1/2 mi W on Silver Spur Pl (E)

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