KOA Kampgrounds

For more than 50 years, Kampgrounds of America has been bringing family and friends together to enjoy all that the Great Outdoors has to offer. With nearly 500 locations in North America, there's bound to be a KOA clo...

Santa Margarita KOA

Santa Margarita, California

The best-kept secret on California's Central Coast lets you unplug, unwind and leave the city lights behind. Carved into the hills of 69 acres, this rustic KOA offers good old-fashioned camping for every taste and budget, from dirt to deluxe. Expect dusty roads and sites, uneven terrain, insects, wildlife and steep stairs to restrooms. Enjoy peace and quiet, views and shade. Dark, cool nights are great for camp?res, s'mores and stargazing. Days are perfect for nature-lovers, birders, hikers and bikers. Boat, ?sh, kayak, hike, bike and zip-line nearby. Enjoy the pool and large deck, Jumping Pillow and free Wi-Fi. Explore Hearst Castle, Morro Bay and beaches, hot springs, missions and wineries. From Memorial Day to Labor Day: Join in Saturday crafts, water-balloon volleyball, rocket launching, hayrides, holiday breakfasts and bingo. Pool: May 1 - September 30. Max pull thru: 60 feet. Your hosts: Rex & Karen Jacobsma.

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