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Kings Chamber

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Kings Chamber

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Check in is at 4 pm. Checkout is at 11am. The spa is closed during the Covid Pandemic. Sorry! A 99 cent store is located 1.5 miles away on Grand Avenue. A play ground is just a four minute walk the the southeast. There are three restaurants within walking distance. A visitors center is located across the street with programs and exhibits. The visitors center keeps track of wildlife sightings and has information about this area. Ask how to identify the poison oak that grows in this area. In between the 100 and 200 buildings there is a Picnic Area with gas BBQ' and picnic tables that you can use!. A map of the complex is taped to the outside granite counter at the office to help you locate this! Cross the street to the east of the bridge to the trailhead. It does not look like much. The trees form a canopy over the trail. If it was not for the urban noise you would think that you are in a temperate rain forest. If you move quietly and slowly you can see turtles that have climbed onto the tree branches just above the water line, before they escape to safety back into the water. Follow the trail around the lake, turn left through the camp ground. Poison oak is here!!!!!! Turn right at the asphalt road and follow it as it turns into a sandy road, through the dunes, to the beach. Turn left and come to the Candy Store at Pier Avenue and the beach. Stop in for a free salt water taffy sample! No fishing license is required to fish off the Pismo Beach Pier. So you can take the kids! However if you plan to fish from the shoreline or from a boat, a license is necessary. Also, if you are planning to park in the pier parking lot between the hours of 11:00 pm and 4:00 am in order to fish, you will need a parking pass, obtainable in the lobby of the Pismo Police Station at 1000 Bello Street. One of our favorites is the Ventana Grill (2575 California Highway 1, Pismo Beach, CA 93449) (ph 805 773-0000) It has a great elevated view of the ocean with regular sightings of dolphins, otters, whales. The monarch Butterfly Wine Tasting room, is located one mile away. Mention were you are staying and the will give you a two for one wine tasting. The Monarch Butterfly's winter here at 399 S. Doliver St. Grover Beach, Ca ph 800 443-7778. Madonna Inn, 100 Madonna Rd, San Luis Obispo, Ca 93401 (ph 805 543-3000) (The downstairs Men's bathroom is listed on TV as one of the best 20 Bathrooms in the Unites States!) and Hearst Castle, 750 Hearst Castle Road, San Simeon, CA 93452 (ph 800 444-4445) is also great! Enjoy! This morning I had a great time on the Nature Walk. Across Pier Avenue, to the East of the Bridge is the trailhead! As you walk past the bridge take a look in the water on your left. Sometimes you can see a school of white carp about 2.5 feet long! The Nature trail has views of the Lake and the trees form a canopy over it and there is plenty of other vegetation. If it was not for the urban noise you would think that you are in a temperate rain forest! I saw two baby rabbits scurrying across the trail! You can here the splashes of the turtles, who have crawled up onto the branches that come out the water, escaping as they hear you approach. On rare occasions, if you are quiet, you can sneak up on them and see them! These are Pacific Turtles. Poisen oak is here!! It is strongly recommended that do not touch any vegetation on the Nature Trail at any time of the year! Poisen oak can be a bush under the sun, or a vine in the shade. It generally has three leaves together with some red coloration! Look up images of poisen oak on your phone! Save yourself some pain! At the Visitors Center, across the street, which has programs and exhibits, they keep track of wildlife sightings. There are picnic tables with a view of the lake next to the Visitors Center! Check in and tell them what you saw. They list what others have seen on the board! There are beavers, Osprey and once I saw a Deer and fawn. They ran right by me being more afraid of what might be chasing them then they were of me and my daughter! Ten years ago a Cougar was spotted in the early morning hours and it was eliminated by the early hours of the afternoon by the Park Service. Walk with a friend. Not just a friend but a friend with a big stick! There are many Birds here! As you reach the end of the lake, turn left back toward Pier Avenue and then take the blacktop road, to the right, past the camp ground and public restrooms. Take the first right on the blacktop road and it will turn into sand as you walk through the dunes. The Beach will open up before you!!! You can find sand dollars on the beach and in the water. You can teach your children to catch sand crabs here! Walk to the left back to Pier Avenue. There is a public restroom and a candy store where you can get a free salt water taffy sample. Walk up Pier Avenue to our complex. Its about 2.3 miles around and you can go either direction! Overall it is a very nice Nature Walk!!! Nature Trail This morning I had a great time on the Nature Walk. Across Pier Avenue, to the East of the Bridge is the trailhead! As you walk past the bridge look in the water on your left. Sometimes you can see a school of white carp about 2.5 feet long! The Nature trail has views of the Lake and the trees form a canopy over it and there is plenty of other vegetation. If it were not for the urban noise you would think that you are in a temperate rain forest! I saw two baby rabbits scurrying across the trail! You can hear the splashes of the turtles, who have crawled up onto the branches that come out the water, escaping as they hear you approach. On rare occasions, if you are quiet, you can sneak up on them and see them! These are Pacific Turtles. Poison Oak is here!! It is strongly recommended that do not touch any vegetation on the Nature Trail at any time of the year! Poison oak can be a bush under the sun, or a vine in the shade. It generally has three leaves together with some red coloration! Look up images of poison oak on your phone! Save yourself some pain! At the Visitors Center, across the street, which has programs and exhibits, they keep track of wildlife sightings. There are picnic tables with a view of the lake next to the Visitors Center! Check in and tell them what you saw. They list what others have seen on the board! There are beavers, Osprey and once I saw a Deer and fawn. They ran right by me being more afraid of what might be chasing them then they were of me and my daughter! Ten years ago, a Cougar was spotted in the early morning hours and it was eliminated by the early hours of the afternoon by the Park Service. Walk with a friend. Not just a friend but a friend with a big stick! There are many Birds here! As you reach the end of the lake, turn left back toward Pier Avenue, and then take the blacktop road, to the right, past the campground and public restrooms. Take the first right on the blacktop road and it will turn into sand as you walk through the dunes. The Beach will open before you!!! You can find sand dollars on the beach and in the water. You can teach your children to catch sand crabs here! Walk to the left back to Pier Avenue. There is a public restroom and a candy store where you can get a free saltwater taffy sample. Walk up Pier Avenue to our complex. It’s about 2.3 miles around and you can go either direction! Overall, it is a nice Nature Walk !!!
Oceano
Check in is at 4 pm. Checkout is at 11am. The spa is closed during the Covid Pandemic. Sorry! A 99 cent store is located 1.5 miles away on Grand Avenue. A play ground is just a four minute walk the the southeast. There are three restaurants within walking distance. A visitors center is located across the street with programs and exhibits. The visitors center keeps track of wildlife sightings and has information about this area. Ask how to identify the poison oak that grows in this area. In between the 100 and 200 buildings there is a Picnic Area with gas BBQ' and picnic tables that you can use!. A map of the complex is taped to the outside granite counter at the office to help you locate this! Cross the street to the east of the bridge to the trailhead. It does not look like much. The trees form a canopy over the trail. If it was not for the urban noise you would think that you are in a temperate rain forest. If you move quietly and slowly you can see turtles that have climbed onto the tree branches just above the water line, before they escape to safety back into the water. Follow the trail around the lake, turn left through the camp ground. Poison oak is here!!!!!! Turn right at the asphalt road and follow it as it turns into a sandy road, through the dunes, to the beach. Turn left and come to the Candy Store at Pier Avenue and the beach. Stop in for a free salt water taffy sample! No fishing license is required to fish off the Pismo Beach Pier. So you can take the kids! However if you plan to fish from the shoreline or from a boat, a license is necessary. Also, if you are planning to park in the pier parking lot between the hours of 11:00 pm and 4:00 am in order to fish, you will need a parking pass, obtainable in the lobby of the Pismo Police Station at 1000 Bello Street. One of our favorites is the Ventana Grill (2575 California Highway 1, Pismo Beach, CA 93449) (ph 805 773-0000) It has a great elevated view of the ocean with regular sightings of dolphins, otters, whales. The monarch Butterfly Wine Tasting room, is located one mile away. Mention were you are staying and the will give you a two for one wine tasting. The Monarch Butterfly's winter here at 399 S. Doliver St. Grover Beach, Ca ph 800 443-7778. Madonna Inn, 100 Madonna Rd, San Luis Obispo, Ca 93401 (ph 805 543-3000) (The downstairs Men's bathroom is listed on TV as one of the best 20 Bathrooms in the Unites States!) and Hearst Castle, 750 Hearst Castle Road, San Simeon, CA 93452 (ph 800 444-4445) is also great! Enjoy! This morning I had a great time on the Nature Walk. Across Pier Avenue, to the East of the Bridge is the trailhead! As you walk past the bridge take a look in the water on your left. Sometimes you can see a school of white carp about 2.5 feet long! The Nature trail has views of the Lake and the trees form a canopy over it and there is plenty of other vegetation. If it was not for the urban noise you would think that you are in a temperate rain forest! I saw two baby rabbits scurrying across the trail! You can here the splashes of the turtles, who have crawled up onto the branches that come out the water, escaping as they hear you approach. On rare occasions, if you are quiet, you can sneak up on them and see them! These are Pacific Turtles. Poisen oak is here!! It is strongly recommended that do not touch any vegetation on the Nature Trail at any time of the year! Poisen oak can be a bush under the sun, or a vine in the shade. It generally has three leaves together with some red coloration! Look up images of poisen oak on your phone! Save yourself some pain! At the Visitors Center, across the street, which has programs and exhibits, they keep track of wildlife sightings. There are picnic tables with a view of the lake next to the Visitors Center! Check in and tell them what you saw. They list what others have seen on the board! There are beavers, Osprey and once I saw a Deer and fawn. They ran right by me being more afraid of what might be chasing them then they were of me and my daughter! Ten years ago a Cougar was spotted in the early morning hours and it was eliminated by the early hours of the afternoon by the Park Service. Walk with a friend. Not just a friend but a friend with a big stick! There are many Birds here! As you reach the end of the lake, turn left back toward Pier Avenue and then take the blacktop road, to the right, past the camp ground and public restrooms. Take the first right on the blacktop road and it will turn into sand as you walk through the dunes. The Beach will open up before you!!! You can find sand dollars on the beach and in the water. You can teach your children to catch sand crabs here! Walk to the left back to Pier Avenue. There is a public restroom and a candy store where you can get a free salt water taffy sample. Walk up Pier Avenue to our complex. Its about 2.3 miles around and you can go either direction! Overall it is a very nice Nature Walk!!! Nature Trail This morning I had a great time on the Nature Walk. Across Pier Avenue, to the East of the Bridge is the trailhead! As you walk past the bridge look in the water on your left. Sometimes you can see a school of white carp about 2.5 feet long! The Nature trail has views of the Lake and the trees form a canopy over it and there is plenty of other vegetation. If it were not for the urban noise you would think that you are in a temperate rain forest! I saw two baby rabbits scurrying across the trail! You can hear the splashes of the turtles, who have crawled up onto the branches that come out the water, escaping as they hear you approach. On rare occasions, if you are quiet, you can sneak up on them and see them! These are Pacific Turtles. Poison Oak is here!! It is strongly recommended that do not touch any vegetation on the Nature Trail at any time of the year! Poison oak can be a bush under the sun, or a vine in the shade. It generally has three leaves together with some red coloration! Look up images of poison oak on your phone! Save yourself some pain! At the Visitors Center, across the street, which has programs and exhibits, they keep track of wildlife sightings. There are picnic tables with a view of the lake next to the Visitors Center! Check in and tell them what you saw. They list what others have seen on the board! There are beavers, Osprey and once I saw a Deer and fawn. They ran right by me being more afraid of what might be chasing them then they were of me and my daughter! Ten years ago, a Cougar was spotted in the early morning hours and it was eliminated by the early hours of the afternoon by the Park Service. Walk with a friend. Not just a friend but a friend with a big stick! There are many Birds here! As you reach the end of the lake, turn left back toward Pier Avenue, and then take the blacktop road, to the right, past the campground and public restrooms. Take the first right on the blacktop road and it will turn into sand as you walk through the dunes. The Beach will open before you!!! You can find sand dollars on the beach and in the water. You can teach your children to catch sand crabs here! Walk to the left back to Pier Avenue. There is a public restroom and a candy store where you can get a free saltwater taffy sample. Walk up Pier Avenue to our complex. It’s about 2.3 miles around and you can go either direction! Overall, it is a nice Nature Walk !!!