The Vines RV Resort in Paso Robles California is a frequent destination of ours. Easily one of the cleanest parks we have stayed at. If memory serves, we have stayed here 5 times now. The park is run by Sun RV Resorts.
The park offers both pull-thru's and back-in sites. They also have cabins for rent. The pads are all concrete and almost perfectly level. The spots we stay in offer full hookups, both 30 and 50 amp connections as well as 2 water spigots and sewer.
The park also offers a few cottages for rent. Since we obviously own an RV we have no need for them but can be a great option if you have family or friends traveling with you that don't own an RV.
📍 Park Map Vines RV Resort
Free WiFi is available. I had problems connecting with my iPhone but easily connected to it with my Macbook. I'm actually using their WiFi to write this review! As with most parks, close proximity to the antennas is probably key.
There's a small store located in the main office but unfortunately, they do not carry any RV parts you may need. Mostly souvenirs but they do carry ice for your cocktails and offer free coffee.
As with most decent RV Parks, they offer 2 enclosed dog runs. One is quite small and does not have a grassy area while the other is quite large covered in grass.
The park has 2 pools, including an adult-only pool. Unfortunately, this has not always been enforced. We have seen parents bring their kids into the adult pool and allow them to yell, and scream and play with pool toys.
📍 Local Attractions
There are tons of wineries in the area. Wine tours are available from many different sources. The registration office can offer suggestions if this is of interest to you.
If wine tasting is not your thing, Hearst Castle is about a 1-hour drive from the RV Park. In my opinion, visiting Hearst Castle should be on everyone's bucket list.
Probably one of the most interesting things to see when you are in the area are the Elephant Seals. Located a little north of San Simeon, it's apparently one of the only places in the world that is easily accessible and open to the public. You can read more about it on the San Simeon Website.