Cava Robles RV Resort

3800 Golden Hill Rd, Paso Robles, CA 93446

Date Visited: July 2021, June 2022

Site: 111, back-in, full hookups, 50 AMP, cable

We paid: $112 per night


Cava Robles RV Resort is a fairly-new (2018) RV campground located just east of Paso Robles off of Highway 46. It is a part of the Sun RV Resorts group, which includes Chula Vista and Costa Vista resorts in San Diego, and Canyonlands and Archview resorts in Moab, Utah.

They don’t want you showing up before 2:00 pm check-in, though we arrived at 1:15 pm, and they let us check in with no problems. There are scattered large oak trees which must have been here before they converted this land to an RV park, so good for them for being able to keep a lot of the trees. And you need trees for shade, since Paso Robles can be very hot in the summer. It was over 100 degrees the day we arrived and hit 113 degrees the next day! Site #111 was a good choice (you can pre-select your site, though they don’t guarantee that you will get it–Sites #134 and #107 also look good with shade trees), as it did offer some shade and a nice cross-breeze for much of the afternoon.

This is a beautiful campground with well-spaced sites that are level gravel pads, with plenty of room for the car in front. Each site has a concrete slab where the picnic table and charcoal fire pit are located. 

There is a golf course nearby, and the complex itself has a lot of amenities—two pools, a clubhouse where they have Friday and Saturday night live music and wine tasting (all sold out the night we were here, though we sat outside and got to hear the live music while we drank wine/beer from the bar), a fitness center, and a very nice playground for kids. You can even rent bikes here. The cable channels were quite extensive.

They have an on-site bistro (which is so-so) and bar, and food trucks come when the café is not available. Hua or Huo food truck served delicious street tacos.

You’re close to plenty of wineries and not far from downtown Paso, so the location is great if you don’t mind the heat. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. It’s expensive, but you do feel like you get a great location and good amenities for your money. You’re about a 40-minute drive over the hill to Morro Bay, where it’s 20-30 degrees cooler, if it’s a hot day in Paso.