While in the Monterey area, we stayed at the Moss Landing KOA. We loved it here, and would come back if we were in the area again.
Interior roads are paved, sites are concrete. All sites are back ins, you will have to level. There are no overhanging trees to interfere with satellite. Verizon 4G was a little slow, but tolerable. Water pressure was good, power was clean. Each site has a picnic table
When you come into the park be prepared to make a sharp turn to the left. If you’re towing (and have a Blue Ox) you’ll need to pull forward to get the tow vehicle in trail.
There are some pesky plants between sites that interfered with the opening of our driver’s side bay door. For most of you these will not be a problem.
At the far end of the park there is a community fire pit with some tables and benches. It was lightly used, but might be more of an issue in the summer. I would request not being close to that.
Like so many older parts the sites are very close together. Moving around the driver’s side was difficult. We had to walk on our neighbor’s site to dump the tanks. If you don’t like RV parks where you’re close to other people, you probably won’t like it here.
It’s about the location. We could walk to the ocean, a marina, and a state park full of pelicans. There is also Phil’s. This is the best fish place we’ve ever been in. I was standing next to a display of fish packed in ice, and there was zero odor. It’s all fresh. The restaurant is standing room only on weekends.
There are sea lions! You can walk over and see them, too.
Like so many KOAs, it’s also expensive. But – location, location, location.