Edgewater Inn And Suites

280 Wadsworth Ave., Pismo Beach, California, 93449, United States

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    By the beach

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    This place was well situated if you like the beach, you only have to walk 50 yards and you're there.
    Room that we had was spacious and well appointed, except, like most American accommodation, you can't make a decent cup of tea in your room. However, in the reception area there were tea and coffee making facilities complete with free muffins.
    There were two double beds, a reasonable bathroom area and everything else was fine.
    I did get the room at a special rate which was almost half the advertised rate so you might have to pay more.

    Unique Quality: The location of this motel adjacent to the beach was lovely. It's also a fairly quiet motel as it's off the main road.

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Travel Tips for Pismo Beach

Monarch Marvels

by KimberlyAnn

The Pismo area is famous for the thousands of Monarch butterflies that migrate to the area, looking for shelter from the cold northern winters. If you visit Pismo late October to the end of February, you will be treated to the huge butterfly clusters hanging in the limbs of a grove of Eucalyptus trees. The grove may be found along highway 1 at the southern end of Pismo Beach. During the time that the butterflies are in the areas in large numbers there are volunteers who offer daily talks and information at the Butterfly Grove. Ask anyone in town and they can give you directions on how to find the grove. For more information visit www.monarchbutterfly.org There are so many things I liked about this area, that it is hard to choose my fondest memory, but I guess it would be our wonderful campsite in the N. Beach section of the state park, flying kites on the beach, our Avila side trip, and eating at Splash.

Nine Hole Golfing

by KimberlyAnn

Pismo Beach Golf Course is a public, nine hole, three par course located near the ocean, and the coastal dunes. There is a snack bar where you can purchase soft drinks, beer, chips, and candy. In 2007 the greens fee was $9 on weekdays, and $10 on weekends. You may also rent clubs and carts. For information on prices and discounts visit their web page.

Taking tacky photos

by tvdandy

Like any beach town, Pismo has more than it's fair share of nutty and outrageous signage, colorful and crazy and an assault on the eyes. Here are some photo examples of colorful outdoor artwork which leaps out for your attention.

Avila Beach

by KimberlyAnn

Avila Beach is an unincorporated town, about 8 miles north of the Pismo Pier. Here you will find the Port San Luis Pier, which has been active as a public pier since 1873. The harbor is tucked away in a lovely bay surrounded by hills, where you can enjoy a leisurely walk out over the water. This pier is both an area for commercial fisherman, as well as a popular place for sports fisherman. Located on the pier are a couple of fish markets, where you can purchase fresh fish and crab, depending on the season. One of these markets also has an outside café. There is also a small business where you can purchase a few souvenirs. At the end of the pier is the Olde Port Inn restaurant. We did not visit the pier during mealtime, but we checked out the menu. It was quite pricey, although it looked like it could be very good. Sunset Magazine said that they had the “Best food when it comes to serving fresh seafood.” I plan to have lunch there next time we are in the area.

Morro Bay Beach and Critters

by KimberlyAnn

I understand that there are a number of more secluded, and beautiful beaches in the area, but the only one we saw on our outing to Morro Bay, was the nearby public beach. Even in off season it was a popular place for sunbathing, walking dogs on leashes, and picnicking. Of all the beaches I have visited in California, however, I though this was the least attractive. Looking toward the sandy beach direction, the skyline was not particularly pretty. Looking in the other direction, toward Morro rock, it was more interesting, but there was no sand here, only large rocks. If you like birds and small furry creatures, there were a large number of gulls on the rocks, and California ground squirrels living within their crevices. (see photo 2 and 3)

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Address: 280 Wadsworth Ave., Pismo Beach, California, 93449, United States