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Old 02-26-2014, 08:29 AM   #29
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Sorry hit the worry button. When leaving Acton head NORTH on 14 to Pearblossom ( 138 ). 138 then goes south and hooks up with 15 to 215 to 10 .
To Hollywood I take 14 south no traffic and then on 5 for a short ride. Hope this helps
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Thanks to all of you for the input. If nothing else it get me to look at the area on Google Earth and better understand the area! Wow lots of dessert, mountains....and people. Looks like quite an experience for a small town guy (me). Happy traveling to all of you! Thanks!
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Thanks for all the advice. We did stop for one night at the Valencia Travel Village and I can see why some of u would think it as not the best place to stay, as there are a lot of full timers. But we had a nice pull through site, the hot tub and pool was clean with nice people, so I say it is a place to stay while in the area. We are now are the Malibu Beach RV Park overlooking the ocean. Pricey, but beautiful. Staff has been wonderful, just have to follow the rules...not that had to do. Thanks again.
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Dockwieler beach is another option but try to avoid weekends
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Thanks for the input. I did a search of the a East Shore RV Resort though they received a lot of good reviews the one think that kept surfacing is the number of Skunks that roam the park after dark. My wife loves to walk after dark so this is a concern. I have never been to Southern California, so I am sure the traffic will be a little scary, but I will grin and bear it!
Skunks are not as bad as people are saying. We camp there every weekend and have never had a problem. Beautiful park to stay at. Stay in A loop or B loop or C loop.
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Thanks for all the advice. We did stop for one night at the Valencia Travel Village and I can see why some of u would think it as not the best place to stay, as there are a lot of full timers. But we had a nice pull through site, the hot tub and pool was clean with nice people, so I say it is a place to stay while in the area. We are now are the Malibu Beach RV Park overlooking the ocean. Pricey, but beautiful. Staff has been wonderful, just have to follow the rules...not that had to do. Thanks again.




You made it just in time for the rain. I hope you get to see some of our nice weather. If you have a chance, try an early dinner at Paradise Cove. You want to get there no later than 4 to avoid too many people. The parking is $4. If you have dinner or lunch there. Just avoid the weekends, too crowded. They filmed the Rockford Files there. Enjoy your trip !
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Post Script: Valencia Travel Village is not a garden spot but it is not as bad as represented IMO. We have stayed there three times in the past three years and they are doing work to improve some sites and the general appearance. It is on the main stream from North to South through LA and connects easily with I 210 which skirts the worst of LA traffic heading to Phoenix and points South.
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You made it just in time for the rain. I hope you get to see some of our nice weather. If you have a chance, try an early dinner at Paradise Cove. You want to get there no later than 4 to avoid too many people. The parking is $4. If you have dinner or lunch there. Just avoid the weekends, too crowded. They filmed the Rockford Files there. Enjoy your trip !
thanks Chuck 1935 will try It tomorrow
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When you pull in there the have signs that say something like $20 per hour for parking. Don't freak out !! It's $4. If you eat there. Just get your parking ticket validated by your Waiter !
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Snowmobile1 When you pull in there the have signs that say something like $20 per hour for parking. Don't freak out !! It's $4. If you eat there. Just get your parking ticket validated by your Waiter !
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