Beach Camping Near Pismo Beach, California

Beach Camping Near Pismo Beach, California
Pismo State Beach, California, has many attractions and activities including camping, swimming, hiking and wildlife viewing. Birdwatching is one of the primary activities in the area. The park also has the largest over-wintering colony of monarch butterflies in the nation, according to the California Department of Parks and Recreation.

Oceano Campground

This campground is part of the Pismo State Beach and is situated across a migratory bird habitat surrounding a freshwater lagoon. There are 82 campsites with amenities like hot showers, restroom facilities and picnic areas. You can hike a nature trail from camp and see warblers and waterfowl. Other activities include fishing, swimming and guided tours.

Oceano Campground
555 Pier Avenue
Oceano, CA 93445
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North Beach Campground

North Beach Campground is a short walk away from the beach and the monarch butterfly grove. There are tent and RV sites with hookups, shower facilities, restrooms and picnic areas. You also can visit the nature center for various exhibits and programs. Other activities include wildlife viewing, tours, fishing, hiking and biking.

North Beach Campground
Highway 1
Pismo Beach, CA 93445
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Pismo Coast Village RV Resort

This RV resort is nestled right on Pismo Beach, with 400 RV sites equipped with full hookups, free wireless Internet access, cable TV, restrooms, showers and laundry facilities. Sites are mostly grassy and lined with trees. Other amenities include a heated swimming pool, a restaurant, bicycle rentals and a miniature golf course.

Pismo Coast Village RV Resort
165 South Dolliver Street
Pismo Beach, CA 93449
888-782-3224
pismocoastvillage.com

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Rona Aquino began writing professionally in 2008. As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she writes on topics of running, fitness and outdoor recreation for various publications. Aquino holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and English from the University of Maryland College Park.