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Old 06-03-2013, 02:33 PM   #1
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Going from Las Vegas to So Cal, I'm looking at the area in between LA & San Diego. It looks like about 120 miles along the coast which would make both cities an easy day trip by car. Any recommendations on parks is very appreciated. Also, any suggestions on places to go is always welcome. The San Diego Zoo and a tour of Warner Bros in Burbank and a ride down Rodeo Dr in our custom red Corvette convertible sounds like fun. I'm concerned about the fires in LA. Any insight? We left Fl 3 weeks ago, traveling I-10 & then I-40, seeing all the sights. What a great life.
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Check the recent thread here "Not Many RV Parks in Orange Co Ca" for some good suggestions.
Fires in SoCal are an every year happening. We have little or no rain from May to October, the scrub brush builds up from year to year then finally burns off. The fire service concentrates on structure protection and pretty much lets the brush burn off. Little to worry about in developed areas which are not close to brushy hillsides.
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The San Diego parks are all on the internet...and fill up fast during school vacation.
Here's some info too: Long stop in San Diego

If you are a veteren, there's choices at Admiral Baker field, Imperial Beach, 2 at Camp Pendleton, and Seal Beach...they are all on the web too.

OC and the LA metroplex are pretty slim for RV parks.
Not many RV parks in Orange County CA?

Best of luck and safe travels.
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