RV Resorts & Camping

With mild weather and an abundance of sunshine, Paso is the ideal destination for an RV, trailer, or camper getaway. Paso’s RV Parks are the perfect home base with close proximity to wineries, breweries, and restaurants, not to mention a 30-minute drive to the beach. Escape into the landscape of wine country, while still close enough to Downtown Paso resources. 

Amenities include full hookups, heated pools, free Wi-Fi, on-site wine tasting, pizza ovens, and more! Set up your camp, relax, and indulge in beautiful Paso Robles Wine Country. Immerse yourself in the rolling hills and scenic beauty of wine country through camping! Soak up warm sun, cool creeks and perfectly aged wine that will make your camping experience a feast for the senses.

Enjoy all Paso’s outdoors have to offer through hiking trails, hot springs, vineyard excursions and cruising the backroads. Whether you are looking to “glamp” or rough it, there is the perfect spot for you to pitch your tent. All within close distance to wineries and restaurants, your camping trip will be one to remember.

Wine country camping goes five-star at Sun Outdoors Paso Robles (formerly known as Cava Robles RV Resort), one of the most unique resorts near Paso Robles. Natural beauty, upscale amenities, full hookups and a stress-free vacation experience are standard here, whether you roll up in a Sprinter van, park an RV, or check into one of the property's freestanding cabins. The modern, well-appointed luxury lodges have lofts or porches, full kitchens, flat-screen televisions and Wi-Fi access.

At Sun Outdoors, you can dine at the on-site bistro or order concierge dinner service delivered to your RV. Guests also enjoy outdoor pools and splash pad activities, walking trails, picnic facilities, bocce courts, and fire pits. The wellness center has fitness equipment, plus a hot tub and meditation room, and you'll find plenty of play space for dogs, too. The respected campground and RV booking site CampSpot named Sun Outdoors Paso Robles a 2022 winner in its national campground design category. With so much to do in such a scenic setting, it's easy to see why.

More to Explore:

  • This Paso Robles wine resort isn’t far from Sculpterra Winery, a destination known for its multi-million-dollar sculpture garden. The family that’s farmed this land since 1979 grows pistachios and an array of wine grapes, including cabernet sauvignon, zinfandel and merlot. 
  • Franklin Hot Springs, with its swimming ponds, paintball and outdoor adventures, is also a short drive from Sun Outdoors Paso Robles.