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Old 11-09-2006, 02:07 PM   #1
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If you are looking for a CG in the Monterey area of California, you won't go wrong with Moss Landing RV. A 20 minute drive puts you in downtown Monterey. Sites are level with 30/50 amps, water, sewer, Cable/Telephone. Very nice and helpful people. Moderate pricing with GS discounting. The campground is partially surrounded by the Moss Landing Marina and is about a 5 minute walk to the beach. Pet friendly. Wake up in the mornings with the crilling of gulls and the barking of sea lions!
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If you are looking for a CG in the Monterey area of California, you won't go wrong with Moss Landing RV. A 20 minute drive puts you in downtown Monterey. Sites are level with 30/50 amps, water, sewer, Cable/Telephone. Very nice and helpful people. Moderate pricing with GS discounting. The campground is partially surrounded by the Moss Landing Marina and is about a 5 minute walk to the beach. Pet friendly. Wake up in the mornings with the crilling of gulls and the barking of sea lions!
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Old 11-19-2006, 06:51 PM   #3
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Sstayed there this summer with my son, and agree that it is a well maintained and friendly park in a beautiful area (great Mexican restaurant just around the corner too!).

However, I thought it was far too expensive. They're standard summer rate is $59 a night--almost twice what I have paid anywhere else. Also when we were there, there was a lot of construction going on nearby including 7am jackhammers. (Not the park's fault, I know, but still annoying.)
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We spend July and August summer in that area every year, and the prices are high everywhere there. Location, location, location.

We stay at Marina Dunes, which is much closer to Monterey. Marina Dunes is $65 a night or $1200 a month for the big rig sites, which are very large and private.

The only other choices are Laguna Seca, which has no sewer hookups, a KOA further up the coast in Santa Cruz, a tiny park in Carmel Valley where you are on top of each other, and away from the nice coastal weather, or the Fairgrounds. We have stayed at the fairgrounds for a few days each year at the beginning or end of the trip, but it is just a parking lot next to the horse corral, and it is closed for special events most of the time in the summer.
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