Holiday RV Park
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The worst. --20 Stars
We stayed here because we were desperate. We have stayed in Walmart parking lots that were better. If you want to feel like a sardine this is he place. No tow parking, no dog area without getting yelled at, just down right spooky place.
The only reason I gave 1star is I couldn't leave it blank.
Worse Vacation EVER!
If you love being crowded into a tiny little space, with no where to park your tow vehicle, love NON-pet friendly people, and love a park that advertises that it's a resort but it's actually FULL OF PERMANENTS that make you feel unwelcome, then this is your place. We stayed here in July 2013 in a 31" travel trailer. We are from Sacramento and traveled 6 hours for our one-week summer vacation.
When you put your awning out, it literally will hit the rig in the next spot. We showed up 2 hours AFTER our check-in…there was still another rig in our spot. We were made to wait and then they stated it would be another 2 hours before he would move it. What?! So they scrambled and found us another spot that was open for a week. Unfortunately my elderly parents traveled in their motorhome with us, so they were now parked even farther away from us...exactly the opposite end of the park now. Then their WiFi didn't work for the first 3 days. Oops on management, again.
Parking your tow vehicle: There is NONE. Their web site states that they have parking for a small fee, but now they say they only allow that off-season. Okay, but that's not what they advertise in writing. We have a 2012 Dodge 3500 Diesel Laramie. They told us to park our truck right next to our rig...we would have to squeeze the truck between the next rig's slide out and the steps on our rig. The door to our rig hit our truck upon opening it. We have 2 small children and 2 lab puppies, so how are we supposed to even get out the door? To park our vehicle, they made us block our only exit door. THIS IS NOT EVEN LEGAL. IT"S A FIRE HAZARD. There were no openings in any other campground, but the very nice campground across the street, Pismo Coast Village, has an overflow parking lot they share with the state park. So check this out. My husband had to put his bicycle in the back of his truck, drive a 1/2 mile down the road to park our brand new truck in the overflow parking, and then ride his bike out and pedal the 1/2 mile back. I AM NOT JOKING. This was completely from the twilight zone. The manager is inconsistent He told us a couple of times we could park in an empty space in the park when no one was there, and then the next moment would come screaming in his golf cart for us to move it. What?! He just told us we could park there and now he does an about face because a "permanent" complained?
It gets better. Our lab pups had just hit their 6-month mark and this was their very first camping trip. We always had them on leash, and we cleaned up after them on every instance. I noticed people walking their pets on the concrete...the whole park is concrete and that's where the dogs would have to do their business. Signs everywhere stated, “Pick up after your pet.” No problem. Our labs didn't mind there was no grass anywhere and we just picked up after them, just like EVERYBODY else in the park. But we were fortunate enough to be parked next the biggest dog-hater in America and when she saw our labs poop or potty, even though we cleaned it up on the spot, she started screaming that we have to take them to the dog park to poop and potty! What dog park? They have this tiny triangle about 1/4 mile at the other end of the park that dogs can go into. It's not a dog park. It's a hole that's the size of my master bathroom at home and it stinks like nobody's business. There was NO WAY I was letting my prized, purebred labs in that stink-hole with God knows what germs and infestations. There were no signs saying we HAD to take our dogs there, and I noticed everyone walking their dogs and just cleaning up after them. So what was this lady's problem targeting us and no one else? So I asked around and a couple of the other residents said that she's full of BS and that we did NOT have to use it, especially being on the opposite side of the park. Am I really supposed to ask a lab puppy to "hold it" for 1/4 mile walk? Yah they couldn't even hold it more than a few feet. So I got really angry that we were being bullied by Mrs. Crazy next door just because she hated dogs. They were on leash and we cleaned up. So I tried talking to the manager and you know what he said? Guess. Just guess. Yep he asked us to be considerate of crazy-lady's wishes and that no it's not their strict policy to have people walk that far with their dogs and no it's not in writing on any signs or brochures or ads but could we just do it. I never wanted to slap a guy so bad in my entire life. Oh by the way I'm a petite woman that wouldn't hurt a fly. My parents were so fed up with their own issues with the park, they left a day early. We drove out of that mess at 11 PM at night. I have never been so upset and never experienced this with any RV park ever...ever! I am not exaggerating on any of these points. That lady was a nut job and the manager is whacked himself. So if you decide to stay here, don’t bring pets, and bring a motorhome with no tow vehicle or bring your bicycle! LOL
the park was nice and the staff was very friendly but the sites were very small we had a truck and it barely fit into our camp site. Getting in and out of the truck was a hassle especially with little kids we couldnt set up any of our chairs because of the area our camp site was in. We will not stay at this RV park again.