This campground offers parallel style parking for RVs and/or tent camping right along Route 1, and right along the beach. There are no hook-ups, so RVers should come prepared with a full battery and water tanks (although, there is fresh water available). Sheltered porta-potties are provided. The camping fee was just $15/night, and for us - it was a perfect way to spend sometime along the ocean.
On our journey down the Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1) of California, we stopped for a day at the base of Morro Rock. It is part of a series of nine volcanic plugs on the way to San Luis Obisbo county, and very distinctive looking as you drive into Morro Bay.