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The bathrooms are clean; women’s has three toilet stalls and two showers, one handicap. The handicap shower is really spacious and had a bench, which I used. The other shower was really tight. There were a lot of hooks in the dressing area to hang towels and clothes on. There was an over the shower shelf to use for shampoos and soaps. Water pressure was good and the water was hot with no fluctuation of flow. We had good WiFi and a good selection of TV stations. This IS NOT a destination spot. The campground is a mobile home park with a RV park attached. Most of the RVs are long timers with maybe 10 spots for day(s) campers. The park was quiet as most of the occupants went to work early in the morning and came home at night. There is a deli on the premises, which I did not try, but the food smelled really good, it was clean, and they had a good selection of items. The sites are gravel, pretty level, but not level, with a concrete pad. The campground is approximately 40 minutes by car from Fisherman’s Wharf.
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Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
The park is a bit of a disappointment. Part of the park, the lake view sites, are on concrete on one side of Lakeshore Drive, a two-lane road with a yellow line, the other half is across the road and the sites are on dead grass and dirt, which is were our site was located. WiFi was advertised but can only be accessed in the clubroom across the street. Bathrooms are okay, which are also on the other side of the street, however, the outside door lock of the woman’s room was not operating correctly and was not being locked. I went to the restroom at 11 pm at night it was unlocked! It was a bit scary at first. I would have been okay with it if the restrooms weren’t so close to the road. It is my understanding it is under new management and they plan on making additional improvements. Most rv parks that I have been to have supplied a map of the campground, channel guide, points of interests, emergency information for pet and people hospitals, nearest grocery, pharmacy, etc., etc. Nothing was given. Washers and dryers are $2.00 each. There is a clubroom, marina is iffy, but I think that is something they are going to work on. TV channels are very limited. There are a couple of casinos approx. 5-10 miles from the campground. If driving north from Novato, DO NOT take highway 175 as there are many curves including hairpin curves. The pictures on their website reflects the 8 or so lake view sites, not the majority of the sites.
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Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Location, location, location. Less than a 1/4 mile to the water, 1 mile to shopping, great bike/walking path. Restrooms/showers are older, yet spacious. No shower curtain across the shower, however there is a solid door for the dressing area so there is privacy. Low water pressure especially when a toilet is flushed, but water temperature did not change. Staff isn't the friendliness. Very quite park. We have a 30 ft. motorhome and towing a car and our space was a good size. Next time in Morro Bay we would definitely stay again.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
A must see. The tour at Thomas Jefferson’s house in Poplar Forest was great! We had a wonderful docent, Bill. The house was a place for Jefferson to go to get away from the public that continually visited Monticello. After Jefferson owned the home, various people owned it. The group is currently refurbishing the home to look the way it did when Jefferson lived there. The house continues to be a work in process; the docent had not been in the house for a few days and was surprised to see the progress the organization had made in the past few days. The property is beautiful and I would love to revisit it after all the renovations.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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It’s approx. 8 miles north of Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf, Cannery Row, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. It’s a bit pricey, $70 a night, but as they say, location, location, location. It is steps away from Marina State Beach. The campground is NOT on the beach, but a nice little walk to the water, maybe ¼ mile or so. The bathrooms are very clean, have been updated in the last few years, and they keep on top of their cleanliness. There has been a change of management, if you have had problems with the park in the past, I would suggest you try them again. The staff was very friendly and really wants to make the campground top notch. The sites are quite wide - our 30 ft. Class A and our car were parked side by side. There are shade trees and bushes between the campsites which helps for privacy. We a stayed 5 nights and would definitely stay again. We camped at Marina Dunes RV Park in a Motorhome. Easy on and easy off of Highway 1. Occasionally you can hear the road, but not in a motorhome.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Live them. Very clean and one of the best pedicures I've had. And reasonable pricing.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I was disappointed as the water feature has been turned off due to the drought they are having in Charlotte. It's still nice to see.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago