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Old 03-28-2012, 10:48 PM   #1
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Ny southern Cali parks to reccomend?
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Old 03-28-2012, 11:07 PM   #2
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If you are asking for a place to stay in SoCal...I just left a place called Penchanga...It is a Indian Casino. Their RV park is about as nice as you can get...all spots are large, clean and quiet. About every 1/2 hour the casino bus drives through, if U want to go to the casino or dinner. At least once an hour security drives through for security. They have the cheapest Diesel in the area. It is separated from the regular gas pump also.
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if you know the area where you want to camp, then check out RVparkreviews.com....great resource for RVers.
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Southern Cal is almost 200 miles long and almost as wide. Where ya goin?
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SoCal is huge. Here is a list of places we have been and can say are nice. Prices vary,
Does not include any State Parks etc;

Chula Vista RV Resort, Chula Vista; Pechanga RV, Temecula; Emerald Desert Palm Desert; Flying Flags, Buellton, Mission RV, Redlands (small tight but very clean)Santee Lakes, Santee. Orange Grove RV, Bakersfield; Morro Dunes, Morro Bay; Wine Country RV, Paso Robles; Newport Dunes, Newport; Marina Dunes, Marina.
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How about Ventura county? Ventura RV park?
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How about Ventura county? Ventura RV park?
That's the one right off the freeway as you head north toward Santa Barbara?

Nice place, but expensive and very noisy due to its locale adjacent to the freeway. Also it's a really bad place to be in an ElNino year because of the Santa Clara wash on its south end. It's even destroyed at least twice, along with most of the RV's that were there at the time.

I 'get' the whole beach thing, but if you want a little quieter, look at Travel Village in Santa Clarita, KOA in Santa Paula, and El Capitan in Santa Barbara. Note that there are two El Capitan's: one county, and the other which-end RV park. Also further South on the coast there is Malibu RV park...

There are lots of state and county parks in the area, but if you are in the area anytime it's warm, it's a fight to get in anywhere. And places like Carpinteria sell out 7 months in advance almost year-round.

~50 mile North there is Flying Flags in Buelton. Very nice and less crowded than the beach. Solvang is down the road too.
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