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Old 10-27-2012, 03:13 PM   #1
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Rv camps in California.

Good rv camps in California with full hook ups.
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Welcome to the forum.

California is a very big place. Is there a particular area you're interested in?

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Old 10-27-2012, 05:16 PM   #4
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California is a very big place. Is there a particular area you're interested in?

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By the coast and my fifth wheel is 35ft.
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Old 10-27-2012, 05:36 PM   #5
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We like this one in Trinidad RV Park Reviews :: Trinidad, California ( CA ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

This one in Klamath RV Park Reviews :: Klamath, California ( CA ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

This one in Carmel Valley RV Park Reviews :: Carmel, California ( CA ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

This one near Santa Barbara RV Park Reviews :: Buellton, California ( CA ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

And, this one near San Diego Camping & Cabins

There's about 800 miles between Klamath and San Diego.

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Old 10-27-2012, 06:46 PM   #6
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Santa Barbara RV Resort, Campground, RV Park, Solvang, CA
San Diego RV Parks Resorts Camping Campgrounds
Newport Dunes RV Waterfront Resort and Marina Newport Beach

I have been to these and they are all fine. Flying Flags is in Buellton and not on the Beach, close to Santa Barbara.
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You may want to get yourself a Woodalls or Trailer Life Campsite directory it will show you the RV spots the ratings the facilities to expect the cost and the contact information, Very handy to have.
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I have stayed at these look them up.

Premier RV in Redding, Wine Country RV in Paso Robles, Pechanga RV in Temecula, Emerald Dunes in Palm Desert, 49er Village RV in Folsom Ca. Boulder Creek, Bishop Ca,

All good, all different.
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By the coast and my fifth wheel is 35ft.
That's still almost 1000 miles. Can you narrow it to North, Central, South?
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That's still almost 1000 miles. Can you narrow it to North, Central, South?
Prefer central coast but it doesn't really matter as long it's a nice place.
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The best single resource is the book by Tom Stienstra - best value I have found and wish there was something comparable for other states. Unlike Woodall's it is organized by area with good maps by segment. Problem with Woodall's is that it is organized alphabetically by city name which is terrible for finding a RV park in an area you plan to be traveling.

Take the central coast where you need to search separately for Arroyo Grande, Cayucos, Morro Bay, Cambria, San Luis Obispo, even though they are inside a 50 mile circle. Want to find a campground around Yosemite, well with Woodalls first you need to look at a map and make a list of the towns and then start looking for RV parks around each town.

Hookups will not be a problem so much as the length of your RV. 40' plus and you will be restricted for the most part to private RV parks like KOA's and Thousand Trails locations. Most state parks are first come first serve during the winter months and any length RV can take any spot.
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