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Bay Pines Morro Bay CA
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay: November, 2019
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From their web site:
Bay Pines Travel Trailer Park is committed to excellence (NOT TRUE)and on the satisfaction of your needs (NOT TRUE). We strive to be the best for you, so you can enjoy your stay here.NOT TRUE. Bay pines says they have 112 sites. NOT TRUE. They have a lot of permanent residents.
There sites are narrow and all gravel and not level front to back or left to right.
To get your trailer level it takes a lot of work. If you have a dog or dogs they watch you like a hawk. All the workers are constantly watching your site for infractions of there dog policies. My wife was getting over a major surgery and could not leave the trailer. Our dog got away from me, with his leash on, I got him back in three minutes. We got strike 1.
The dog went potty out behind the trailer. Strike 2. The last incident was when my wife opened the door and the dog got out. I had him back in three minutes. Strike 3. No reprieve. They gave us 72 hours to leave. They say you have parking for two cars, NOT TRUE. We were their for 5 weeks. We wanted to be there for 6 months.
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