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Unlike any other sporting goods store within 150 miles, Jim and Rick will actually give ya’ the latest ‘factual’ information, whether you’re bow hunting or going after trout from the Robinson, to the Twin Lakes, to Virginia Lakes or the infamous Walker River… and beyond!

Ken’s Sporting Goods is indeed the Gateway to the Walker River, and much, much more!

 

Image of the entrance to Pismo Coast Village RV Resort Pismo Beach, CaDate: 5-10-17

Location: Pismo Beach, Ca.

Elevation: 56

Sites: 400 sites with Full Hookups (complimentary WiFi and cable TV.

Nightly Fee: Non-prime Sun. to Thurs. $52, non-prime weekend $56, prime-time $62, summer/holiday prime-time $69

Amenities: Swimming pool, arcade, laundromat, bicycle rental, playgrounds, mini-golf, courts and games, general store and propane gas.

Topography: City next to sand dunes and ocean.

Miles One-Way: 248

Directions: From So Cal area US 101 N to Ocean View Ave, Pismo Beach, left on Cabrillo Hwy (Hwy 1) and right on Village Drive to check-in.

Website: Pismo Coast Village

Image of the village store area at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort Pismo Beach, CaWell on our last leg of the journey, the gang wanted to stay close to the beach and here at Pismo Coast Village a few moments through the gate in the fence is this Pismo Beach RV park’s beach area.

Not only will you find all the amazing amenities previously mentioned here at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort but you can enjoy lazy days out on the sand enjoying the amazing oceanfront and even stroll the beach into Pismo and enjoy tons of great shops and food.

We’ve talked previously about the Old West Cinnamon Rolls found on the main street rolling through town (Hwy 1). But in reality, there’s nothing anyone can say to accurately describe how amazing these cinnamon rolls are… you simply have to experience them for yourselves… even if you’re just cruising by heading down the 101, don’t want to miss this wonderful opportunity!

Other truly notable eateries in this crazy cool little town are Mo’s Smokehouse BBQ for some no-teeth-required bbq, Splash Cafe for seafood to sandwiches and Brad’s for some amazing food, including outstanding Tri-tip sandwiches and the best clam chowder south of Phil’s Fish Market and Restaurant in Moss Landing!

Of course there are a multitude of great little shops and galleries to browse through and the pier to catch some nice gentle ocean breeze on. And, don’t forget that Hearst Castle is only an hour north!

For truly one of the best beach RV resorts call now and get your reservations for Pismo Coast Village.

Image of the check in area at Pismo Coast Village RV and Resort Pismo Beach, Ca.Image of downtown street area Pismo Beach, CAImage of some sites at Pismo Coast Village RV and Resort Pismo Beach, Ca.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By R.C. Stude

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