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Old 06-12-2014, 02:46 AM   #15
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Some of the Mobile home parks also allow/have rv spots, may take some calling around but you may can find one. Most have weekly/monthly rates.
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They stayed at the place in Valencia in an overflow slip. A little pricey, but it was close. Thanks, all , for the suggestions!
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California RV Resort Acton is NOT membership very nice and clean. Easy commute
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Options in the SF Valley include Walnut RV park in Northridge and I think it's called Birmingham in Van Nuys (on Balboa). I haven't been to Birmingham in years and I understand it's really been cleaned up. Walnut I can vouch for as we've used it many a time.

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