Pismo Coast Village RV Resort

(5) Reviews

165 S Dolliver Street, Pismo Beach, CA, 93449

Pismo Coast Village RV Resort 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: RV storage, laundry facilities, pool access, mini golf, bicycle rental, playgrounds, game courts and Rv 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: 10/25/2019

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Sites $52.00

Vehicle Policy

The MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT in the Resort is 5 mph and applies to moving vehicles of any type or size. Anyone operating a motor vehicle must have a valid driver’s license. The use of SKATES, SKATEBOARDS, ROLLERBLADES, GAS-POWERED SCOOTERS AND POCKET BIKES is strictly forbidden in the Resort. Bicycles and scooters may be ridden on the streets only and they are not allowed on walkways, access ramps, sidewalks or the Square area. No double-riding on any bike, scooter, or electric scooter is allowed in the Resort. Riders under age 18 shall wear helmets when riding bicycles or scooters. All riders of electric scooters must be at least 16 years of age. Motorcycles may be ridden only to and from the campsite to the entrance. Only one (1) RV is allowed per site. (California Code of Regulations Title 25, Subchapter 2.) In addition to your RV – whether a motor home or any form of trailer – you are allowed no more than two (2) additional vehicles, but only if the vehicles can be parked clear off the grass and out of the roadway. Any non-RV trailers (including those with ATVs, boats, jet skis, et al.) will be required to be stored at the Resort’s secured lot. Vehicles shall not be parked on any site that you have not registered and paid for. Every tow, towed, or transportation vehicle must have a vehicle pass with the site number and current departure date visible. Vehicles without a pass will be stopped and asked to obtain a valid pass from the Reservations Office or Security Gatehouse. A CAMPER SHELL MUST REMAIN ON ITS TRUCK. Only a slide-in camper with a permanently attached jack system may be removed from the truck it is installed on at any time within the Resort. Trailer and RV stabilizers/jacks may not be on the common grass area; please pull RV forward. Washing of any vehicles on sites without the Resort Management’s approval is prohibited. Working on vehicles is prohibited.

Pet Policy

All pets outside of RVs must be kept on leashes (max. of six (6) feet in length) at all times. All pets are to be kept inside at night and are never to be left unattended. Three (3) quiet, well-mannered pets are allowed per site. Pet enclosures are not allowed on the grass. Pet licenses and/or rabies certificates must be current. While PCV considers itself a pet-friendly environment, our insurance carrier has required that the following dog breeds, or mixes thereof, not be allowed in the Resort: Pit Bull, Rottweiler, Doberman, Chow, Malamute, and Wolf Mixes. All pet owners must sign a liability waiver and are responsible for cleaning up after their pets, or they risk eviction and forfeiture of time or monies. Bags are available throughout the Resort. By California law you are strictly liable for injuries caused by your pet. Loose animals will be turned over to the SPCA or other authority.

Check-out Time

Check-out Time is 12:00pm.

Check-in Time

Check-in Time is 4:00pm.

Minimum stay

Two night minimum on all weekends; three night minimum on most holiday weekends; four night minimum over Thanksgiving Weekend.

General Store

Pets Allowed



Laundry Facilities


Water Hookups

Gasoline Nearby

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Fire Pit

Paved Roads

Slide Outs



50 Amps

Picnic Table

20 Amps

30 Amps






Mini Golf

Swimming Outdoors

Table Tennis

165 S Dolliver Street, Pismo Beach, CA, 93449
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Evelyn Smith

This is a very lovely park to stay at that is very family friendly. The staff was super friendly and accommodating for all of our needs. Everything was nicely maintained and they had a plethora of amenities. I like when a place has a ton of amenities as we don’t always want the basics. They had a whole lot of activities that were not only a lot of fun for all of us but were very relaxing. The sites weren’t as big as we liked as it was a little difficult to park our big rig but it all worked out and we had a very relaxing time here. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Harper Acosta

This park is a lot of fun to visit and it felt more of a resort than an actual campground for everything we got from it and the price. It was a little steep but with everything we got from here it was worth it. There were plenty of sites to choose from but we had a little problem parking our big rig, nothing too major as we got it all worked out but it was significant to mention. The campground was nicely maintained as none of the facilities were ever dirty. The location was great as there was a plethora of things to do that surrounded the area. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Theresa Gonzales

Nicely run RV park, just off the beach, walking distance to town with shops, restaurants and fishing pier. Wifi works great, especially for a mostly full park, with 400 sites. The park is very nicely maintained with a lot of amenities, including heated pool, mini golf, arcade, cafe, well-stocked store, and bike rentals. It's in a very bike-friendly town, so there are ample bike lanes to bike anywhere you need to go. The beach is at the back entrance of the park, but you do have to take the long way around a "creek" that runs between the dunes and the ocean. But you're walking on the beach, so no complaints here. The price is a little steep, $45-$50 a night, but for a resort-type park on the beach, we felt that was reasonable. My only big complaint is that the spaces are PACKED in. It took a significant amount of maneuvering to get our 31-foot travel trailer in the spot. The spot is just long enough for the trailer so we have to park the truck next to it, leaving very little space for anything else. The fire ring is about 2 feet from the trailer, so fires for us. Some of the spaces are larger, but not many. It's tight. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Richard Smith

We just spent 4 nights at Pismo Coast Village. This is a very well run RV park, probably the cleanest place we have ever stayed. There is plenty of activities for young & old to do. The store is very well stocked with food, drinks, clothing & RV needs. The restaurant had some great food with happy hour every night from 4-6pm, They are within walking distance to the beach. With 400 sites in the village there was a lot of vehicles, rv's, maintenance carts and bikes traveling through the park which was the one thing we did not care for. Overall, it was a very nice place to stay especially if you are a family with kids. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Gary Phelps

This is a nice clean RV park close to downtown Pismo Beach. Staff there are very helpful. They have a store, swimming pool, laundry and a small restaurant on the grounds. It is pet friendly also. It's a great place to spend a few days or more there.