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Old 05-14-2018, 04:08 PM   #1
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Half Moon Bay in the Camelot after taking delivery on Mar 7. All systems a go, no problems to mention. JII leveling system threw a red warning light upon activation. Not sure why. Went through with the leveling ok. If anyone has knowledge let me know. This coach is awesome. Too bad they went belly up.

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You at state park in HMB? Which one? Nice spot.
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Old 05-14-2018, 11:47 PM   #4
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Francis Beach, a campground with 52 individual sites, some suitable for tent camping, others for trailers or recreational vehicles. Some campsites have electrical hookups. Water and sewer hookups are not available, but there is a dump station and a water filling station. Rental RVís are not allowed to be dropped off or picked up from the park.

Coin-operated hot showers are also available. (approximately 2 minutes per quarter) We come here quite a bit. My son is a heart patient and his doctors are at Stanford. So it makes it very convenient to stage here and shoot into the hospital.
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Congrats and enjoy. We also have a 2004 Camelot and first big trip we took was to Half Moon Bay. Very nice little city. Best of luck to yall.
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Francis Beach, a campground with 52 individual sites, some suitable for tent camping, others for trailers or recreational vehicles. Some campsites have electrical hookups. Water and sewer hookups are not available, but there is a dump station and a water filling station. Rental RVís are not allowed to be dropped off or picked up from the park.

Coin-operated hot showers are also available. (approximately 2 minutes per quarter) We come here quite a bit. My son is a heart patient and his doctors are at Stanford. So it makes it very convenient to stage here and shoot into the hospital.


Enjoy your first outing in the Camey. We tried getting in Francis, you need reservations 6 months or more out.
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