Author - matt

May 2020- Re Opening

We hope this message finds your family happy and healthy!

I want to start by saying that I can’t thank our customers enough for your continued support of small local businesses such as ours! Small businesses are the backbone of our country, and I appreciate all the support especially over the last few months! We need your support now more than ever, and we are going to work hard to make sure that we are the right choice for your family’s next trip

Like every other small business, this slowdown has been very tough on us, but we plan to make meaningful changes to our procedures and emerge better than ever. I hope that this update will help generate some much needed excitement for your summer vacation planning!  We are looking forward to seeing all of you again this year!



Lake Nacimiento

Lake Nacimiento is an 18-mile long lake on the Nacimiento River in northern San Luis Obispo County, California. The lake contains many arms including Snake Creek and Dip Creek, nearer the dam, and the central Las Tablas and Franklin Creeks. Because of the dragon-like shape created by the positions of these arms, it is sometimes referred to as Dragon Lake.

Lake Nacimiento is a haven for watersport enthusiasts. The lake provides ample room for waterskiing, wakeboarding, jetskiing, wakesurfing, and other water-related activities. The lake was originally designed for irrigation water and flood control as well as recreation. Nacimiento Dam, a 210-foot earthfill dam, forms the lake.

This is a great destination for both camping and boating. You can rent RVs, and Jet Skis from OCRV and tow them to Lake Nacimiento, or we can deliver for a fee.