El Chorro Regional Park178 Votes
- Address: CA-1, San Luis Obispo, CA 93408, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-8057815930
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Camp, Family And Kids, Nature
Want to give a thrilling twist to your San Luis Obispo trip? Want to explore the Central Coast in the truest possible manner? Then camping at the El Chorro Regional Park can be a good idea. The campsite was once an area used for cattle grazing and then the government acquired it and from then, the El Chorro Regional Park is a popular tourist attraction for those visiting SLO. You can set your personal base camp or just enjoy a sunny day and click some stunning pictures of the scenic locales. Also, don’t forget to carry your golf clubs as the Dairy Creek Golf Course is in close proximity.
Entrance Ticket Details For El Chorro Regional Park
- For parking, camping and pool entry fees, kindly refer the official website.
How to Reach El Chorro Regional Park
- Hired taxis or cars.
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27.6% of people who visit San Luis Obispo include El Chorro Regional Park in their plan
45% of people start their El Chorro Regional Park visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see El Chorro Regional Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting El Chorro Regional Park
El Chorro Regional Park Reviews & Ratings
I have to say I really enjoyed this park. We went here during the week and parking was free but I didn’t have an RV. Decided to go for a hike and I have to say it was very enjoyable. Saw a few raptors and plenty of lizards. Was hoping to see some deer but that wasn’t the case. There is a military base there so you can hear them shooting not too far. Park looks clean and well taken care of. They have a dog park which I didn’t care for since I don’t have a pet. Price Point ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Wildlife ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Hikes ⭐️⭐️
We camped too close to one of the camp hosts named Gary. He was extremely rude and up-tight. If visitors are too noisy at 9:30 pm for your liking, try politely asking them to keep it down instead of straight-off scolding them. You are a camp host, not a warden. For $50+ per night I would expect some professionalism. Besides that, the place was just ok. Campsites crowded together. (By the way, our other neighbors had no problem with our noise). It doesn't really feel like wilderness camping because it isn't. More like parking lot camping with a few bushes around each camp spot. Lots of freeway noise. This is one reason why you would want some music on until you get yelled at. Maybe the host should take a trip of his own because there is a music festival coming there this weekend.
Great campground in most respects. The showers are scalding hot though, very unpleasant. Please put in a temperature control knob.
Good area, close to the beach, and beautiful. Third time coming and does not disappoint. There is a trail that is long-winded. Recommend.
Great park close to Cuesta Junior College and Cal Poly. Located in Highway 1 between Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo. Perfect for camping or picnicing with or wothput hook-ups. Has a beautiful botanical garden and a really nice dog park for your furry friends. There is a golf course and baseball field here as well group picnic areas.