The Cambrian

March 21, 2014 2:34 PM

Drought means chemical toilets, no showers for North Coast campers

Campers can’t take showers and must use port-a-potties for toilets on the North Coast of San Luis Obispo County due to the historic drought in California, and it’s only going to get harder throughout the worsening drought, according to State Park officials.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Drones used to count gray whales off Piedras Blancas 01:58

Drones used to count gray whales off Piedras Blancas

Highlights: Cal Poly defense rallies to win annual spring game 01:00

Highlights: Cal Poly defense rallies to win annual spring game

Middle schoolers take on Tough Two obstacle course at Los Osos Middle School 01:52

Middle schoolers take on Tough Two obstacle course at Los Osos Middle School

Why San Luis Obispo High School students want to save 'The Big Tree' 01:22

Why San Luis Obispo High School students want to save 'The Big Tree'

What the loss of Cayucos' veterans hall would mean for the community 01:13

What the loss of Cayucos' veterans hall would mean for the community

Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures 01:23

Cuesta College students explore sound through sculptures

Car plunges into ravine along Cuesta Grade 00:33

Car plunges into ravine along Cuesta Grade

Watch Templeton's freshman pitcher Ashley Daugherty throw a bunch of strikeouts 01:27

Watch Templeton's freshman pitcher Ashley Daugherty throw a bunch of strikeouts

Cows tumble out of trailer onto Central Valley highway 01:43

Cows tumble out of trailer onto Central Valley highway

Jacalyn Kreitzer sings Gustav Mahler's 'Symphony No. 2' 06:43

Jacalyn Kreitzer sings Gustav Mahler's 'Symphony No. 2'

Body found near Pismo Beach: What we know so far 01:09

Body found near Pismo Beach: What we know so far

Tour the Spooner Ranch House Museum 02:35

Tour the Spooner Ranch House Museum

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos