A short walk to Seacliff Beach State Park, and several good food options in close proximity as well as a convenience store / liquor store across the street.
Hot showers and laundry were welcome amenities after the long trip. No cable TV channels at all, but a couple radio stations and decent WiFi most of the time. $50 per night.
This was the tightest spot we’ve been parked in, but this RV park was the only available spot when we arrived in the area after driving the Hwy 1 coastal highway. We also checked out the RV spots (beachfront) at Seacliff Beach State Park and would like to stay there sometime too.
Pizza 1 had some very good vegetable pizza.
Manuel’s Restaurant had good chips, hot! salsa, and the carne asada tacos, beans and rice were all very good.
MaryAnne’s Ice Cream was a delicious treat. They had so many flavors (and free samples) it was difficult to choose. Would like to visit often to try them all (but probably best for my health that I do not live near here).