Avila Hot Springs Resort

Address: 250 Avila Beach Dr., Avila Beach, California, 93405, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 250 Avila Beach Dr., Avila Beach, is near Pismo Pier, Monarch Butterfly Grove, Performing Arts Center, and Avila Beach Golf Resort.
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      Travel Blogs from Avila Beach

      Mission: Road trip

      A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Jul 31, 2014

      ... views of a blue, yellow, amber, purple, and red sky was breathtaking. Brian was passenger at that point and got some amazing photos! After the quick stop in Solvang, it was on to our hotel for the night. Tomorrow we begin the journey for Half Moon Bay with stops planned at Hearst Castle, Big Sur, and Carmel. It will be another long day of driving, but the scenery will make it all worthwhile! Signing off from the sack for ...

      THAT'S what I'm talking about!

      A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 18, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... to stop for gas (I got it for under $4/gallon! Major accomplishment!) and I was also getting pretty hungry by this point, but where I stopped there weren't a lot of choices. It was either Taco Bell, Jack in the Box, or snack food at the gas station. I decided on snack food since I was already at the gas station and I convinced myself it would be the lesser evil. So I got a hefty bag of Chex Mix and a Milky Way bar. Lunch of champions! I got back ...

      An architectural tour

      A travel blog entry by michael_darlene on Oct 11, 2013

      13 photos

      ... first visit to Hearst Castle and we were not prepared for what we saw. Randolph Hearst fulfilled his lifelong dream of creating a living museum of antiquities which he got to live in for a time. His boyhood camping hill was transformed into an eclectic mansion which could only be created with a bottomless pocketbook. Later in life he planned the donation to a caretaking entity. UC Berkley turned-down the ...

      Port San Luis

      A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Sep 21, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... this. We are sure they were laughing when they got off the radio about us rubes. Every time we entered it was flat calm and we were still concerned enough to call in. We must have provided lots of enjoyment for the troops!

      The tide was running against us as we entered the channel so we struggled a bit to get in. Once inside we had to find the fuel dock. The problem was, we were looking for a dock. We should have been looking for a pier. A ...

      "Walk my way and a thousand violins begin to play"

      A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Sep 16, 2013

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... food was good. So was the hotel. An excellent place with individual rooms built around an old water mill. It was, you'll be interested to know, on this very spot that Ulysses S Grant's son wrote the biography of his father. One of the classics, I think you'll agree. Santa Cruz is also the home of the man who invented the wet suit. There's not much you can say after that except it's an awful, tacky place. Don't come to Santa Cruz. Monterey wasn't much better, to be honest ...