Morro Dunes RV Park

(4) Reviews

1700 Embarcadero, Morro Bay, CA, 93442

Morro Dunes RV Park sits near one of California's most well-known little cities - Paso Robles, popular for its exciting events, entertainment, hospitality and great food. Plus, this campground is in the perfect spot to enjoy world-class vineyards and excellent outdoor recreation; plan for an extended stay!


Amenities and Activities

Travelers can take advantage of the tons of great activities near the campground. Some local and camper favorites include: hiking, biking, golfing, wildlife viewing, hunting, beach combing, horseback riding and golfing. Plus, there's plenty of areas perfect for sunset viewing and stargazing. Amenities at the park include: full hookups, 30/50 amp sites, WIFI, cable TV, sewerage and water hookups.


Travelers can look forward to a number of attractions just beyond the campground, including: 

- Paso Robles Casino

- The Ravine Water Park

- Il Cortile Ristorante

- Barney Schwartz Park

- Artisan restaurant

- Salinas River Walk

- Eos Estate Winery


The parks offers travelers a convenient location to some of the region's best restaurants, wineries and attractions; it's also the ideal spot to enjoy camping adventures on the breathtaking west coast. We hope to see you soon! 

Last Updated: 07/11/2022

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook-up RV Sites -- $299.70
Partial Hook up RV Sites -- $246.42
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Double Tent Site -- $213.12
Tents -- $186.48

General Store

Laundry Facilities

Water Hookups

Community Restrooms

Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

30 Amps






1700 Embarcadero, Morro Bay, CA, 93442
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Overall Rating: 2.5

Mike River

Never again

Marshall Kelsay

Just ended a three day stay at Morro Bay Dunes RV Park, better identified as RV Parking Lot. We made advance reservations along with our travel mates and were preliminarily assigned sites 118 and 122. Upon our arrival, we were advised that site 122 was occupied and we were assigned site J-10, the worst site available and away from our travel mates, though there were a multitude of other sites available which would accommodate us. Charma the manager explained however that those sites were reserved. Now you may ask, wasn’t your site reserved, well yes, yes it was but we understand that that can be subject to change so then why were we not given one of the available sites. Charma explained that those sites had been reserved. Reserved, just like we had reserved our site. Charma was unable to explain as to why other reservations were recognized and ours wasn’t. After a lengthy incoherent conversation with Charma, I realized I had entered Bizzaro World. When I commented that we were given the worst site possible, as it was directly across from the office and entrance/exit, with maintenance vehicles stacked up everywhere and a stone’s throw away from the Morro Bay Sewage Treatment Plant and the furthest possible site from our travel mates, she had no reply other than a should shrug. However, as a gesture of good will, she offered to make a note on our file that on our next visit, not to assign us J-10. Seriously, when we return, like we would have any intention of returning. The Park itself, it is actually a parking lot, with dirt pads, hookups, and no outdoor ambiance whatsoever, but the cable is outstanding. It is fenced so no view of the ocean and a very significant walk to reach the seashore. 44 inches separated our motorhome from our neighbor’s trailer, so to say the sites are close would be an understatement. If you forget your alarm they provide one between 6:50 and 7:00 a.m. when the heavy equipment next door begins operation at the sewer plant. Bottom line, this facility could care less as to customer service. Charma was very nice but not overly bright or accommodating. In closing, a site which would have nicely accommodated us near our travel mates remained vacant during our entire stay. Apparently this facility has so much business that it really could care less as to customer service. Welcome to Bizarro World!

Polly Price

This park is a real gem! The staff was super nice, helpful, and knowledgeable about everything the park had to offer. The location was amazing as it was so close to the Morro Rock! This is something everyone has to see at some point in their life! The amenities were nice as it gave us everything we needed and the facilities were always immaculate. I really like a park that is well maintained and they do it well. There were enough activities for everyone in the family to do what they enjoy most. This park to me is very family friendly and we hope to make it again soon. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Davina Bruno

The campground is literally steps away from the Morro Rock which is super cool! If you've never seen it, it's this 500-foot volcanic rock, but it's connected to the island by a causeway, so it's like a tiny island. The park itself has all the amenities we needed during our visit; some parks still don't have laundry and sewerage facilities which is crazy to me, but this one had those, electricity, water and the works. And they were all fully functional, no issues at all. We were super happy we chose this park too because it's close to a bunch of really relaxing activities which we definitely needed. When the waves were high, we practiced our surfing technique and most other days we spent kayaking and biking. It was a treasure of an RV park and I'm hoping we get the time to return in 2017! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group