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Camping in Paso Robles

Hot springs, cool breezes, and perfectly aged wine make camping at Paso Robles a feast for the senses.

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Rolling vineyards and coastal mountains make up Paso Robles—the heart of California wine country. The wineries and olive gardens draw tourists from across the country, but there's more than just wine tasting here. California's Central Coast is a breathtaking place to pitch a tent or park your RV for your next adventure.

When you're not touring wineries or playing a world-class golf course, head to the Franklin Hot Springs to bathe in the warm waters. If you want to beat the heat, rent a boat at Lake Nacimiento. The 5,000-acre lake is a favorite for waterfront camping, wakeboarding, and water skiing.

Along the coastal area of San Luis Obispo County, wine country gives way to sandy beaches. Head to Morro Bay State Park to kayak on the open sea beneath photo-worthy Morro Rock. Sea otters and spouting whales are a common sight, so don't forget your binoculars. The park also has a campground that's open year round.

Camping in Paso Robles can be as rustic or luxurious as you want it. Choose from RV parks with pools, club rooms, and other cool extras, or find a state park for wilderness tent camping. If you're looking for glamping options, you can't beat a romantic getaway in a chalet, cottage, or vintage Airstream trailer.

When planning your trip, try to avoid the peak tourist seasons. The wine tasting crowds flock here in droves during the winter holidays, spring, and early summer. For solitude (and cheaper prices all around), visit in July when temperatures climb to the 80s. Keep in mind that winter is the rainy season—if you're planning a January trip, remember your rain gear.

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