Are you planning a trip to the Central Coast? If so, here are a few different Campgrounds located in
the Pismo Beach, Grover Beach and Morro Bay Area.

Pismo Coast Village

California Central Coast Campgrounds

Located in beautiful Pismo Beach California and only a few steps from the Beach. Pismo Coast Village Has 400 full hookup sites with free internet and cable. It also offers amazing amenities such as a General Store, restaurant, heated pool, arcade, laundromat, bicycle rentals, and miniature golf. Very kid friendly. You can’t go wrong staying here.

https://pismocoastvillage.com

Le Sage Riviera RV Park

California Central Coast Campgrounds

Le Sage Riviera RV Park is located just steps from the Ocean in Grover Beach, California.  This park has all the amenities including; Free WiFi, On-Site Laundry, Private Restrooms and Showers, Full Hook-Ups and a next door Golf Course.

https://lesageriviera.com

https://pismobeachgolf.com

Morro Bay State Campground

California Central Coast Campgrounds

Morro Bay State Park features lagoon and natural bay habitat. The bay’s most prominent landmark is Morro Rock. The park has opportunities for sailing, fishing, hiking, and bird watching. The park museum has exhibits that cover natural features and cultural history, Native American life, geology, and oceanography. The park also has a colorful marina and an 18-hole public golf course. On the bay’s northeast edge is a pristine saltwater marsh that supports a thriving bird population.

http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=594

Lake Lopez

California Central Coast Campgrounds

Located just ten miles east of Arroyo Grande, California, Lopez Lake Recreation Area is one of the top choices for camping and leisure trips. With 22 miles of shoreline and summer lake temperatures around 70°F, there is something for everyone; camping, fishing, boating, picnicking, hiking and equestrian trails, mountain biking, zip-lining, birdwatching and so much more.  The warm climate of the Central Coast makes Lopez Lake the ideal, year-round recreational destination. Once covered by the sea, the surrounding hills of Lopez Lake are rich with relics of ancient days and studded with oak trees. Over 175 species of flowering plants, and more than 150 species of birds have been identified within the park. The naturally beautiful canyons were once hunting and fishing grounds for the Chumash Indians. Later, homesteaders and ranchers inhabited the area and harvested grain crops for Mission San Luis Obispo. Lopez Lake was then created in 1969 to provide domestic water for the Five Cities area of the Central Coast.

https://slocountyparks.com/camp/lopez-lake/

Flying Flags RV Resort

We’re excited for a resumption of safe and smart leisure travel to the Santa Ynez Valley, and we look forward to welcoming you back when the time is right for you. As we work through this new normal, certain amenities or services may not be open as we continue to get additional guidance from the County. Please contact us for more details in advance of your trip to confirm what’s open and available. 

https://www.highwaywestvacations.com/properties/flyingflags

Cachuma Lake

Set amidst acres of wilderness flanked by the picturesque Santa Ynez and San Rafael Mountains, lies glimmering Cachuma Lake. Here you will find practically everything you need for a relaxing getaway in the great outdoors. Mild temperatures, typically sunny skies, and celebrated fishing conditions make camping here during winter months exceptionally rewarding.

The County entered into a long-term lease with the Federal Bureau of Reclamation in 1953 to manage the 9,000 acre Cachuma Lake Recreation Area. Cachuma Lake was formed by the construction of Bradbury Dam in that same year.

Located off scenic Highway 154 in the Santa Ynez Valley, Cachuma Lake is midway between the beaches and bustle of Santa Barbara and the Danish Community of Solvang. At any age… in any season… you’ll find that the Cachuma Lake Recreation Area offers a fun and relaxing getaway.

https://www.countyofsb.org/parks/cachuma.sbc

Jalama Beach Campground

Land near Jalama Creek was once a Chumash Indian settlement named “Halama”. In 1943, 23.5 acres of privately owned land was donated to the County of Santa Barbara from the Atlantic Richfield Oil Company, and thus, our park was formed. Jalama Beach is a respite from typically bustling seaside parks, yet offers many conveniences. Groceries, personal care sundries, firewood, fishing bait and tackle, ice, beer and wine may be purchased at the Jalama Store. Other services include mailing, facsimile, and video rentals. The store and its popular Grill are open daily from 10:00 am. .Us

https://www.countyofsb.org/parks/jalama.sbc