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Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby jacknife » Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:35 pm

This is a really nice park the workers and staff are very friendly. Prices are reasonable for Ca $48 per night 700 a month. the beach is a 5 min walk clean showers and bathrooms . Right in the heart of central Ca wine country. Hearst Castle is 25 miles north and if you like colorful rocks you take a drive to moonstone beach. We have been going there for 3 years and just love the area. Make a reservation way out as possible :thumbrt: They also have a web site.
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby Double D's » Wed Feb 05, 2014 8:07 pm

ROCKS??? DID YOU SAY ROCKS?????? LOL!
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby teallen » Thu Feb 06, 2014 7:22 am

Sounds like a nice place :thumbrt:
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby Big Bird » Thu Feb 06, 2014 2:17 pm

Can the park take 40 footers?

Are you guys still there? We will be in Pismo Monday.
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby Gary & Misty » Sat Feb 08, 2014 7:15 am

Cool! That's good to know about that campground.
When we managed retirement homes in Napa we would make the run from Monterey to San Simeon in our Sebring convertible. Love that area. We would stay at motels in Monterey, Carmel and San Simeon. We tried to get over there about once every month or two. Watching the elephant seals on the beach by Hurst Castle was amazing...the babies and the 4000 pound bull males. May have to make a trip there next winter.
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby BMullins46 » Sat Feb 08, 2014 12:40 pm

Calm down Donna!
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby Double D's » Sat Feb 08, 2014 12:47 pm

but WHY??? Bill!
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby jacknife » Sat Feb 08, 2014 7:21 pm

Big Bird wrote:Can the park take 40 footers?

Are you guys still there? We will be in Pismo Monday.

Yes they can, Most spots are drive thru. I wish we were still there. Had to go bac :(( k to work to pay for the next trip.
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby jacknife » Sat Feb 08, 2014 7:27 pm

Double D's wrote:ROCKS??? DID YOU SAY ROCKS?????? LOL!

mostly small ones , but very colorful. I did manage to find a 20 pounder that was really cool looking. It had all these smooth holes in it . Fun place :d
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby jacknife » Sat Feb 08, 2014 7:34 pm

Gary & Misty wrote:Cool! That's good to know about that campground.
When we managed retirement homes in Napa we would make the run from Monterey to San Simeon in our Sebring convertible. Love that area. We would stay at motels in Monterey, Carmel and San Simeon. We tried to get over there about once every month or two. Watching the elephant seals on the beach by Hurst Castle was amazing...the babies and the 4000 pound bull males. May have to make a trip there next winter.
Thanks for the info!

The elephant seals are still there and more of them every year, you are right they are amazing to watch. The big males are really funny after about 20 yds of movement and they run out of gas and have to rest for 20 min :))
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Re: Morro Bay Dunes RV park

Postby Gary & Misty » Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:44 pm

jacknife wrote:
Gary & Misty wrote:Cool! That's good to know about that campground.
When we managed retirement homes in Napa we would make the run from Monterey to San Simeon in our Sebring convertible. Love that area. We would stay at motels in Monterey, Carmel and San Simeon. We tried to get over there about once every month or two. Watching the elephant seals on the beach by Hurst Castle was amazing...the babies and the 4000 pound bull males. May have to make a trip there next winter.
Thanks for the info!

The elephant seals are still there and more of them every year, you are right they are amazing to watch. The big males are really funny after about 20 yds of movement and they run out of gas and have to rest for 20 min :))

I know what that's like!!! =)) Some day I'll get back into shape...at least I've gone to "light" beer! :d
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