MORRO DUNES RV PARKCampground Information - Campsite Photos
– The Morro Dunes RV Park is located just north of Morro Rock adjacent to the sand dunes. Bike Riding into town is easy and there are many nearby shops and restaurants.
After camping at the Morro Bay State Park for many years, and after not being able to get into a hook-up site, I found an alterantive which turned out to be great! The Morro Dunes RV Park. Some of the sites are pretty tight to each other, but it is an easy bike ride down the embarcadero to the Marina.
Check out the campsite photos and information below. If you’ve camped here and would like to share some photos and your rating of this park, please send to – TheCampsiteCompany@gmail.com
The camper next to us had a large 5th wheel and asked us if he could park between our sites. Your extra vehicle must fit in your site and be off the pavement. If your vehicle doesn’t fit in your site, there is street parking available. We said, “sure no problem”, but check out how tight it was!! You can see the white dividing line. His wife would help him back in .. I would hold my breath!
When I looked at the sites available, I chose one next to one of the gates that opens to the street across from the dunes. Each “loop” (see park map) has a gate out to the street. I thought it would be great to be so close to the exit to walk to the beach. Well … let’s just say we met a lot of people coming and going! We were in D-5 which was “open” to the people walking by. It was fun, but if you want privacy, get a spot on the other side of the gate, like D-6 across from us. They lock the gates around sundown and open back up in the morning.
After we set up camp, we jumped on our bikes and rode down through the Embarcadero to do some bar / restaurant hopping -It’s an easy ride over a small bridge to town. I love how easy it is to ride bikes down through the town and to Morro Rock.
Rose’s Bar and Grill. We had a beer and shared oysters and french fries. It was good but a bit pricier than we wanted. We want bar hopping happy hour prices.
Togazzini’s Dockside Too – This is a fun spot right on the docks. The oysters were good. The shrimp a bit bland for me. They have live music playing.
We grabbed a table on the patio of The Great American Fish Company and enjoyed some beer and sunshine! There are so many fun places to stop and eat.
Giovanni’s is a favorite amongst tourists and locals alike. They serve a wide variety of seafood with fresh catches of the day. Their clam chowder is the best! We enjoyed a cold beer and chowder one day and went back to get the charbroiled oysters with cheese bread the next. Don’t forget to get your picture taken with the “Angel” wings … clam shells.
Giovanni’s Fish Market and Galley – They have a to-go window on one side of the restaurant and there are picnic tables to sit at. The clam chowder is really good.
A great place for breakfast and shopping!
We found the best breakfast spot in town! Carla’s Country Kitchen and Gift Shop. I could literally shop here for hours. The gift shop is filled with the cutest things!!! The breakfast was great! The Blood Mary’s are Great! All I’m just say’n is you need to try this place!
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CAMPGROUND INFORMATION AND MAP
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HOW DO I MAKE RESERVATIONS?
Make Reservations via the Morro Dunes RV Park website – HERE