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Old 12-04-2012, 12:34 AM   #1
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I am currently at Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, California. I am searching for either a mobile or stationary propane refilling station. I have used google in my efforts to locate someone but basically all I can get are the small propane tanks exchange types. Thanks for your help.
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This looks good, found it on RV.net through a Bing search "There is a Union 76 Station at the corner of Seal Beach Blvd and Bradbury Rd that can do it. Address is 12005 Seal beach Blvd. Abouta mile north of the 405on SBB"

Delivery, not sure if they have a minimum order though http://www.southlandpropane.net

The ones listed below all indicate on their websites that they fill RVs

11 miles away in Stanton, their web site says they fill RVs http://www.stantonpropane.com

U-Haul in Long Beach, 6 miles away http://www.uhaul.com/Locations/Propa...A-90806/713062

I use Bing (quit using Google when they took a semi anti gun stance), searched using this phrase:
rv propane filling service, seal beach, ca

If all else fails, I am staying here and they have propane

Anaheim RV Village Home
333 West Ball Road, Anaheim, CA 92805
714-991-0100

The propane fill is just past the office on the left

Less than 20 miles from Seal Beach.

Hope this helps.
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Propane Refill

Thanks SDENNISLEE for the info.

I am a retired US Marine, Vietnam vet, and retired police officer as well. I would like to get together about AK. I've been to Anchorage once, returning from Vietnam, and was only at the airport for a few hours for refueling. I've wanted to return, this time by our RV, and really tour the state a little. I've done some research to travel by ferry and by land route. The ferry seems to be cost prohibitive - $5,000.00+ and somewhat unsure as to what to expect by land, i.e. lodging sites, fueling, etc.

I'm at site #16 at Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station. My email is: daniel68509@hotmail.com. Cell # 252-955-8190.
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I used to work at NWSSB and I can almost guarantee that they will not let a propane contractor come on base, especially to service a civilian.

The 76 station on the corner of Seal Beach Blvd and Westminster used to have a fill station.
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Thanks sdennislee for your info. Checked them out and decided to use the U-Haul location (they were much cheaper than the others, by .30 cents or more per gallon). Prices ranged from $3.19 (U-Haul) to over $4.00 per gallon plus tax.
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Thanks SDENNISLEE for the info.

I am a retired US Marine, Vietnam vet, and retired police officer as well. I would like to get together about AK. I've been to Anchorage once, returning from Vietnam, and was only at the airport for a few hours for refueling. I've wanted to return, this time by our RV, and really tour the state a little. I've done some research to travel by ferry and by land route. The ferry seems to be cost prohibitive - $5,000.00+ and somewhat unsure as to what to expect by land, i.e. lodging sites, fueling, etc.

I'm at site #16 at Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station. My email is: daniel68509@hotmail.com. Cell # 252-955-8190.
I'll email you my trip cost sheet from last trip down, not as bad you might think. BY land is so much cheaper than the ferry.
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daniel68509 were you able to open the trip info I sent you. Looking forward to seeing you in AK one day.

BTW we have easy access to propane in Anchorage,
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To sdennislee. Just returned from the east after 9 days away. Yes I did get and opened your spread sheet. It did help tremendously. I certainly appreciate your help and advice. I'll keep your info handy and when Judy and I begin to head to AK I'll contact you.
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To sdennislee. Just returned from the east after 9 days away. Yes I did get and opened your spread sheet. It did help tremendously. I certainly appreciate your help and advice. I'll keep your info handy and when Judy and I begin to head to AK I'll contact you.
Look forward to hearing from you guys when you head this way.
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