RV camping in Paso Robles

RVers can enjoy wine, natural beauty, and outdoor recreation just north of San Luis Obispo.

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RV camping in Paso Robles guide

Overview

About 30 miles inland from the Central Coast lies Paso Robles, a city and laidback wine region where many winery-goers have likely enjoyed a surfing session in Cayucos or a coastal walk at Hearst San Simeon State Park before tasting some of California’s many vino varietals. The rolling, vineyard-covered hills offer plenty of scenery, but for even more eye-pleasing vistas, check out Morro Strand State Beach, a wide stretch of sand anchored by Morro Rock (a great spot to watch the sunset). History buffs might also be interested in visiting nearby Hearst Castle, a U.S. National Historic Landmark. Paso Robles lies right on Highway 101 and is a popular RV stop, so the parks and resorts here typically feature full hookups and amenities such as pools and hot tubs. Weather-wise, it’s a fairly dry area with some rain in the winter and spring. Summer temperatures average above 90°F, but spring and fall are very pleasant.

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