About this listing
Stay on the beach or at the lake in this vacation rental on wheels (approx 230 sq. ft.). Search available campsites or have us place this RV anywhere you're visiting: A friend's home, ranch, or winery. Price does not include site or RV park fees.
Camp in style at Avila Beach, Pismo Beach, Oceano Dunes, Morro Bay, or San Luis Obispo! Or, you may choose any number of amazing campgrounds on the Central Coast, (search: SLO County Campgrounds).
The campground shown here is located in Avila Beach, a beautiful coastal town that is absolutely stunning! This upscale home on wheels is all yours and the view is included! We've decided to place our trailer on the water in Avila Beach or any campground you might choose in San Luis Obispo County, California.
At this location you'll be steps from the sand and Avila Bay, but any SLO County campground you choose will have easy access to the beach, hiking, golf, restaurants, walking piers, fishing, boating, and unique shopping. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to experience one of California's best camping experiences on the Central Coast in the total comfort of this private 250 square foot home on wheels.
The RV has a complete kitchen, small bath, a sizeable living area, and a cozy bedroom with queen size walk around bed. This unit is completely furnished and outfitted with everything you'll need to enjoy the beautiful Central Coast area. Sip wine while watching the sea life and the sun set on the water, or wake to the smell of the wine country vineyards. It just doesn’t get any better than this.
Included are 2 bikes with lock and helmets for you to cruise the vineyards, the Bob Jones bike trail or any number of bike friendly roads and paths that weave their way through this beautiful area. Downtown SLO, Pismo Beach, Morro Bay, and Avila Beach are all favorites. Avila Hot Springs is also an easy ride, or take the See Canyon route where you can taste amazing Central Coast wines.
Important note about the campground at Port San Luis Harbor, Avila Beach:
All of the SLO County campgrounds on the Central Coast accept reservations, except for Avila Beach. From May 1st through November 1st we recommend that you make campground reservations at one of the other campgrounds, just to be sure you have a back up if Avila is full. Port San Luis (Avila) Campground does not take reservations so if placing the RV at this location during peak season is your first choice, plan to check in on a Monday – Thursday, and be prepared for second choice, especially if your trip is on or near a holiday weekend. Monday – Thursday check in will increase your chances of getting a site because the campground at Avila Beach is first come first serve and no reservations are taken by the Harbor District. Off peak times, usually after October and before May are much less crowded and you should not have a problem getting a spot at Avila during off peak.
Search all of the SLO county and state campgrounds. Pick 2 or 3 of your top choices and we’ll place the RV according to your top choice. There are many very nice RV sites in SLO County that just never fill up so you will be accommodated, but to be sure it’s always nice to make a reservation. Most campgrounds have very liberal cancellation policies so if Avila is first choice and we get your spot, simply call to cancel your back up reservation. You will know which of your choices we secured for you well before you check in.
This Avila Beach location has approximately 20 “full hook-up sites” and 30 dry camping sites. Full hook up provides water, power, and sewer. This type of site requires no need to move trailer to empty the holding tanks, run generator, or refill water tanks for the entire length of your stay. On the other hand, the “dry camping” sites have no utilities. There are two 38 gallon waste water tanks on board and one 45 gallon fresh water tank. With the right kind of “conservation” and utilization of campground showers you can easily dry camp for a week without moving the trailer. There will be an extra $75 dollar fee if tanks need to be emptied during your stay.
The Airbnb charges are for rental of this RV only. You will incur an additional cost for the campsite. Plan to spend from $40 to $60 per night in addition to the cost of renting this RV. The price varies due to several factors such as full hook ups or no hook ups, as well as whether the campground is private or public, state or county.
We will place the RV at your first choice of campground between 10am and noon on the day of your check in. If first choice is not available, we’ll set up at choice number two. We will contact you between 10am and noon on the day of your check in to confirm your location and campsite number. You will then be able to communicate your name and site number at the gate for directions, or if no attendant is at the gate, you can drive right up to your spot and park in front of the RV.
If we place the RV at Avila Beach or other campground location that requires payment, we will pay for the first night of your stay. You will be required to pay for your additional nights of your trip on the next day at the self-service kiosk, to the camp host, or at the front desk. We will leave a note in the RV with the additional amount due. Please write a check for the additional amount.
Please visit the campground website and read the rules of the campground where you are staying. You are responsible for all rules of Port San Luis Harbor campground at Avila, or the relevant Central Coast campground where you are staying.
Please follow all rules in the house manual located on the counter in the trailer. This manual covers how to use appliances, water pump, water heater, generator, TV/stereo, etc.
Enjoy your trip!
Please visit the Port San Luis Harbor website for more information before booking and read the rules of the campground. You are responsible for all rules of Port San Luis and the campground.
Please follow all rules in the house manual located on the counter in the trailer. This manual covers how to use appliances, water pump, generator, TV/stereo, etc.
Lock all doors and storage before leaving on day trips.
If dry camping, please run generator at least two hours per day.