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Old 03-26-2015, 06:45 AM   #1
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Rancho Oso

Is there anyone out their that can tell me if it is advisable to take my 43 ft motorhome to Rancho Oso in Santa Barbara, Ca? I have been told by two people it is not a good idea.
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Paradise Road: it's a long and winding road but certainly passable, people take large RVs and horse trailers down that road all the time and tree trimming is kept up to date but there are some sharp turns and the road is narrow in parts. It's about 6 1/2 miles to the park from Hwy 154 but only the last mile and a half is the tough part. Be careful, go slow, no problems.

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I agree ... go slow, particularly on the final stretch, and you'll be okay.
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Thanks you two, I would have been a little nervous getting their and seeing that and wondering what I got us into. Now I know what to expect. Will make my res today. This site is great!
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