What we have here is a California National Guard camp. Lots of cool old buildings circa 1920’s and 30’s. Caution; You will never make it through the very tight barriers at the main gate so enter the camp using the right hand lane; the guard will open the sliding gate. Leaving is no problem through the barriers. Check-in at the billeting office (immediate left after clearing the main gate). The small campground is very nice gravel road and sites, lots of grass between sites and a concreate pad with picnic table. The overflow area was a bit swampy due to the huge amount of recent rain. The bathhouses with showers were fairly new and very clean. Not much happening on the camp, a small mini-mart exchange has some essentials. Laundry is across the street from the mini-mart collocated with a small café. There is a dining facility open for use, but the hours are very narrow to catch one of the meals. Small number of guard personnel there, making for a very quiet and peaceful place with nice pastoral views. Great location halfway between SLO and Morro Bay for visiting area attractions.
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