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great place to spend an entire day with friends/family. there are shops up the street if you would like to grab ice cream. the water is freezing though, but once you're in you'll have a great time! the waves are strong so be careful for...More
At the time of this review the pier was closed for $3M of rebuild and renovation so you can't walk on it, it's fenced off. Due to reopen mid October. The boardwalk however is open and you still have beach access and can walk under...More
Pismo beach has a holiday feel to it, with a large sandy beach, wooden pier that would give good view of the area. Unfortunately it was closed for maintenance when we visited.Public toilets were insect infested and incredibly smelly. Many wonderful shops and eateries bordering...More
Unfortunately, the pier was closed for maintenance or construction when we visited on September 16-17. There are a lot of restaurants and activities near the pier. Beach looked very nice, although it was chilly in the morning and evening in mid September.
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The world famous Pismo Pier is a fantastic place to visit. When the Red Snapper are running, fishing from the pier is a rewarding and lots of fun. Great clam chowder is just up the street and the beaches are the best.
We were pleasantly surprised how lovely the beach was. At this point on time only part of the pier was open. It looks like they are repairing part of it. Lovely few hours out and about.I would definitely recommend this for parents with young children