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Old 05-27-2014, 04:14 PM   #1
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Vacation Coordination

So, hubs and I live in Southern AZ and the "kids" live in Northern CA and Southern OR. We are trying to organize a get together somewhere in between that won't break anyone's bank and will provide us with a good experience. We want to be camped over 4th of July weekend and returning the following weekend. Hubs and I have the MH and the kids will tent it. Recommendations for great places that cater to both? We are the most financially solvent (go figure) so will go further to get more bang for the buck!

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Old 05-27-2014, 10:27 PM   #2
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Hwy 395 June Lake area is gorgeous. Good luck trying for the July 4 weekend!

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Lake Nacimiento in Ca is fairly cheap and has all of what you are looking for - about in the middle of all of you.

San Simeon State Park - on the CA coast, near the mountains, Hearst Castle - my favorite campground to date.

If you want to drive closer to them - I am a huge fan of Fort Bragg, Ca. There are a bunch of sites around there, just depends on what you want. On the CA coast, great places to eat and shop.
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