Costanoa Coastal Lodge & Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCostanoa Coastal Lodge & Camp Pescadero
This is a fairly typical KOA campground. It is quite large with tent cabins, tent camping, regular cabins and RV areas. We were in an RV area at the top of a loop and had a view of the ocean. It has a full complement of hook-ups...water/electricity/cable/waste disposal. There is a restaurant, general store, showers, flush toilets and communal fireplaces. For a fee, they will deliver a fire pit to your campsite. There is a picnic table at the site. It's a great place for families as was evident by the many kids, bicycles, etc. It seemed like large groups of friends or families had arranged to be there at the same time and children and their accessories were everywhere! Unfortunately, they weren't always respectful of other campers as I was continually picking up empty water bottles, water balloon fragments and the like. There is a strict "quiet time" rule that at night is adhered to but not so much in the morning. It was supposed to last from 10:00p.m. to 9:00a.m. but kids on battery operated cars could be heard at 7:30a.m.! Because it was a holiday weekend, there were different activities scheduled for the weekend. Today we had a falconer give a presentation with an owl, falcon and hawk. Very interesting! It is close to many beaches on Highway 1. Be forewarned though...dogs are not permitted on trails and you need to check which beaches will allow dogs. Also, dogs are allowed in the RV areas, but not the tent camps.
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So many things came together to ensure that we had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend trip in the Airstream. Some friends of ours, Roy, Michelle, Maya & Gus Bleich had said they would be at Costanoa Campgrounds in Pescadero (about 1/2 south of Half Moon Bay on Highway 1) and asked if we'd like to join them. Although I called to get a reservation …
Sunday morning we wake to find Lucy back home. Suzie brought her over on her way to church, thank you, thank you!. We snuggle with our kitty enjoying the sound of her purring and and being able to spoil her with a little freak chicken for breakfast. We lounge around a bit wondering what Jacqueline is making for breakfast..she must be off today! Somehow we manage coffee and a little something to eat. We decide we better get dressed and cleaned up since ...
The morning started with a birthday FaceTime with Steve's Mum. We were able to take the iPad outside and show the parents the lighthouse and the beach below. Kind of strange when you're so far away. We had a really lovely ride along the coast, which included spotting dolphins from the cliff tops while having our lunch. Further on down we stopped off at a 'vista point' to see masses of pelicans sunbathing on an island just off the shore. ...
Starring: Cirsty, Ryan, Sam's Chowder House, bar staff, hotel staff
Location shots: San Francisco/Highway 1/Santa CruzAfter a few moments spent deciding who will drive its decided that Ryan should as even though he wasn't sure if he could do it, he definitely didn't want to be Cirsty's passenger. Cirsty attempts to set up the GPS however due to the poor satellite reception in San Fran they are left to follow 6 steps handed them by car rental office ...
... br> After an check in at the hotel, we got to our room. What can I say about the room....in one word, small. But on the bright side it had a king size bed, relatively comfortable, it was clean, especially the bathroom that has a nice size sink and tub and best of all, a good, hot, shower! Which I really needed!
After a while we headed out to explore. The street in front of the hotel has a pedestrian walkway in front. Wow there are a lot of people walking ...