Oceano Dunes SVRA

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Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area, formerly Pismo Dunes SVRA. This sand dune complex is geologically unique and also provides an impressive playground for off-highway enthusiasts from throughout the United States.

Sand Dunes[edit]

The Oceano sand dune area is recognized by scientists, conservationists, government agencies, and the public as the finest, most extensive coastal dunes remaining in California. Most of the material that forms these dunes has been carried down to the ocean by various rivers and creeks, deposited here by ocean currents, and then shaped by the wind into the dunes that we see today.

OHV Rules[edit]

Post 2 is one mile south on the beach from Pier Avenue and marks the beginning of the OHV area. All OHVs must be transported to this point before off-loading. Fenced and signed areas are closed to vehicular use either because the property beyond is private or because the area contains sensitive plant and animal life.

Maps and GPS Coordinates[edit]

Oceano Dunes SVRA Coordinates: 35.105875° -120.631439° Coordinates: 35.105875° -120.631439°

Contact[edit]

Oceano Dunes
State Vehicular Recreation Area
576 Camino Mercado, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
(805) 473-7223 (Recorded)
Reservations: (800) 444-7275




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