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Old 06-24-2011, 03:39 PM   #1
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Old 06-24-2011, 05:20 PM   #2
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Serrano is nice, but looks like it is full for some dates I looked at, but you can put in your dates and see:

Campground Details - Serrano (CA), CA - ReserveAmerica - [nrso]

You can also try Holloway's. It is a private campground:

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We stayed across the road from serrano on the water at a mobilehome-rv park last year. Was on the water and reasonable. Can't remember the name!!!

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If you don't want to stay in a big developed campground, try Holcomb Valley Campground. Forest Service, just a couple miles north of the lake.
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If you don't want to stay in a big developed campground, try Holcomb Valley Campground. Forest Service, just a couple miles north of the lake.
If you go to Holcomb Valley make sure you use Van Dusen Canyon Rd (3N09) and not Polique Canyon Rd (2N09). I haven't been up there in years but back in the day I made a lot of trips to the Boy Scout camp up there and Polique Canyon was a horrible road but Van Dusen Canyon wasn't bad. That said, I didn't RV at the time and paid no attention to its suitability for anything more than a car or pickup. Basically, Van Dusen Canyon may not work for you but it is certainly the better of the two options.
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