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Old 09-22-2016, 08:34 PM   #21
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We love Oceanside and stay at Paradise By The Sea RV. We have stayed there twice for a month Sept/Oct. We'd be heading there now if we didn't know we had to stay home "sometime" to get the house ready to sell. Now is "sometime" & boy is it killing me.

It is not right on the beach, but it is an extremely short walk across the street. The park is well kept and there are quite a few regulars that come in the winter for long stays. A good walk to the pier where there is always something fun going on. The Thursday night food market near the pier is a weekly treat. We love to bicycle and it is perfectly situated for that. It is also a short distance from an Amtrak stop.

Speaking of Amtrak, that can be a factor staying in many of the So Cal beach spots as the tracks run right by there. It is an issue in Oceanside, but never bothered us. Pretty much the same for Carpinteria. Last March we stayed at San Elijo and said we wouldn't really want to go back again because of the train noise. We usually don't hear it much in the RV, but it sure did bother us there.
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Old 05-12-2017, 05:34 AM   #22
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Pacific Dunes RV resort in Oceano, .ca just past Pismo Beach. It's nothing fancy. No pool but there is a small store, arcade, horse riding and showers with laundry. You are on the back side of the oceano dunes and have to take a side road through farm fields to get to it. Walking from the park through the dunes to the ocean takes about 45 min if your in shape. We stayed there for a few months...full hookups were around $750 a month, this was about 3 years ago. Not sure if they still offer monthly rates. We stayed there while we were having a house built in the area. Quite a few fulltime residents with run down RVs but lots of modern rigs coming in daily as well. Weekends filled up pretty quick. Driving into Pismo Beach takes about 10 minutes and pet friendly.
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