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Avila Beach Golf Resort

World-class facilities and service are the standard at the Avila Beach Golf Resort

Address:
6464 Ana Bay Drive
 
Avila Beach, 93424
Phone:
(805) 595-4000
http://www.avilabeachresort.com
http://www.yourlocaldeal.com/index.php?a=2&b=164



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The Avila Beach Golf Resort is a seaside resort located on the Central Coast of California 3 miles off Highway 101 between San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach. Nestled in the surrounding hills and on the bay, the resort includes a par 71, 6500-yard championship course. The front nine is situated within oak-lined valleys. The back nine transverses a tidal estuary. Golfers of all abilities will enjoy the challenge of this scenic course.

Explore

Be sure to visit the many area attractions, including the beach town of Avila Beach with its many quaint restaurants, family beaches and deep sea fishing. Seven minutes away is San Luis Obispo which offers unique downtown shopping, the famous Madonna Inn, and Cal Poly State University. Pismo Beach, just 3 miles south, offers more miles of beaches, camping, outlet shopping, and the Oceano Dunes recreational vehicle park. Traveling northwest will take you to the wharf at Morro Bay, the incredible Hearst Castle, and wine country.

Experience

World-class facilities and service are the standard at the Avila Beach Golf Resort. From the meticulously groomed fairways and greens, to our attentive customer service, your experience at the Avila Beach Golf Resort will be unparalleled.

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