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Old 06-05-2016, 07:04 PM   #1
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Campground near 5 freeway south of San Francisco

hello! Going to be taking a trip up to glass beach at fort bragg from san clemente and want a quite place to stay. Hopefully within a half hour drive off the 5. Thanks in advance. Mark
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Ft. Bragg is about three hours from I-5.
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Old 06-05-2016, 08:51 PM   #3
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Sorry I was not clear. Want to stop about halfway to fort bragg for a night so we do not have to drive the entire 600 miles in one day. Was hoping to spend a night south of san franciso. We are taking the 5 freeway. Any suggestions? Thanks
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On our way to Eureka from the LA area we stay at Kitt Fox in Perterson. Perfect for us. Will actually be there this Thursday overnight.


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On our way to Eureka from the LA area we stay at Kitt Fox in Perterson. Perfect for us. Will actually be there this Thursday overnight.


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I believe Kit Fox is near Patterson, CA.

http://www.kitfoxrvpark.com/
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I believe Kit Fox is near Patterson, CA.

http://www.kitfoxrvpark.com/

Oh ya, meant to type Patterson.


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We prefer Flag City near Lodi. Passport America park. Both it & Kit Fox are right off the freeway. Multitude of services at the off-ramps.
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Yes flag city is convenient and nice.
In, off, it's perfect.
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whaley1 - It is always helpful if you would add your rv and tow(or toad) to your signature. Others will use that info in preparing their responses to your future questions.
By the way, we live in San Clemente and love it.
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Hi Fred- Still have not bought an RV. Have spent the last 3 months driving all different types. Think we are going to go with roadtrek adventurous. ONce we pull the trigger I will do that! Thanks for the help neighbor.

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To the north of San Francisco is Santa Rosa Fairgrounds on 101 for a reasonable stay. Then go to Ft. Bragg from there. It would be right on your way and you'll start out fresh in the morning after having gotten through San Francisco the previous day.
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hello! Going to be taking a trip up to glass beach at fort bragg from san clemente and want a quite place to stay. Hopefully within a half hour drive off the 5. Thanks in advance.
Mark,

If Kit Fox doesn't work out then I highly recommend Alameda Fairgrounds RV Park. Large grassy pull-thru's and very quiet.

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