Pismo Coast Village RV Resort is a publicly held for profit corporation committed to providing a top rated RV resort for campers using recreational vehicles. The resort is committed to providing quality service for all its guests, and to treating its employees fairly, while adequately addressing health, environment and safety concerns, and being an active member of the local community.
Since its inception in 1975, Pismo Coast Village has received many awards and earned recognition as one of the best RV resorts in the nation. Being acknowledged in this way has more than exceeded the founding Board of Directors’ goals and expectations. As a result of the increasing popularity of the resort, the Board of Directors, management and staff are dedicated to keeping the resort in a leadership position by planning and implementing improvements to the property, its amenities and services. We greatly appreciate the support and loyalty of all of our shareholders and public guests which make Pismo Coast Village’s success possible, and hope that you will continue to make our resort your favorite destination. In 1975, the Pismo Coast Village Corporation engaged in the business of owning and operating a 400 space recreational vehicle park in Pismo Beach, California. In 2023, Pismo Coast Village celebrated 48 years of successful operation.
In the words of previous Board President Jerry Pettibone, “The first Board of Directors, …, had a vision. They wanted to bring our park from the reality of bankruptcy to becoming a park that was self-sustaining and a haven for stockholders from their everyday routines. Not only has their dream been realized, but exceeded. Many additions and improvement have been made during the recent years, with many more being planned for the future.”
Pismo Coast Village RV Resort is also an active community leader, sponsoring many local events and organizations, such as the annual Clam Festival, Pismo Beach Chamber of Commerce, and many others.
The Pismo Coast Village Board of Directors is comprised of 18 shareholders who are elected by the majority at the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting held in January. These 18 directors then elect a Board president and are assigned to Board committees including the Executive Committee, Personnel and Compensation/Benefits Committee, Finance Committee, Operations Committee, Nominating Committee and Environmental, Health and Safety Committee.