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Old 10-14-2015, 09:09 AM   #1
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Suggested RV Parks in Monterey CA

Any suggestions? I've stayed at the County Fairgrounds park , it was ok , just wondering what other folks found. Tks

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We also stayed at the fairgrounds and left the next day as golf balls were hitting the MH.

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How about the Laguna Seca racetrack? Steep entry hill and possible track noise but really a country experience.

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Old 10-14-2015, 10:41 AM   #4
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Laguna is the very definition of steep. Too steep for me. Other than that it looked pretty great when we drove thru in the dinghy about 2 years ago. Monterey, like an awful lot of coastal Cal, is just too expensive to have decent RV facilities. Which, for us, means leaving the RV further out & touring the area in the dinghy. We also checked Marina Dunes RV. Considering it's location, it was pretty good, but I was really put off by what sure appeared to be tent sites at the back of the back-in RV sites along a fence. Further north, the park at Moss Landing, which we used way back when it first opened, would be ok during the off-season when (we were told) rates greatly diminish. We stayed at Betabel RV, which is just off the 101. Very good facility. For us, it's worth the day trips in the car to have a nice place to come back to.
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Laguna Seca is a very nice park (Montery County Parks) the steep entry hill is not that bad,it is steep.
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Old 10-15-2015, 05:01 PM   #6
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I have stayed at Laguna Seca a few times over the last few years when visiting Monterrey. Yes, the hill up to the campground is steep (16% grade). It is only that steep for about 500ft, then it levels off and climbs a little more. I have stayed in a 32ft class C towing my toyota Camry and in my Jayco 32BHDS trailer. There are plenty of bigger RVs that stay there as well. They have plenty of sites with water and electric hookups and a dump station. Here is a picture of the last time we were there in a great site IMO by ourselves. There are plenty of sites that are not this secluded up the hill, but we were glad we got this one.

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