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Old 03-11-2011, 12:15 AM   #1
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Where to stay in Soutwest Arizona or Southern California

We are taking a long trip, starting in late Sept. of 2011 starting from Indiana, Branson, Missouri to Albuquerque, New Mexico and then locating in the Yuma, AZ.or San Diego CA. area for a 4 or 5 month stay, trying to find a reasonable resort or Campground facility that is nice clean and friendly, we plan on traveling for a couple of months and need this " home base " we have not decided on when to rent before we start our journey`s or at the end after our estimated 6300 mile journey up to Grand Canyon heading north to the NP in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon, Washington and finally down the California coast while zig zagging through the NP`s in California and winding up in the San Diego CA. or Yuma AZ. these areas we have picked because of the nice weather from Oct of 2011 thru March of 2012, does anyone have any recommendations where to home base for this period of time, and any other suggestions would be appreciated !!I know this is a huge trip but it has been our dream for along time and after retiring in Aug of 010 we are really anxious and excited, been RVing for 2 years and we love it, we as in my wife and our toy poodle "pepperJackSpratt"
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Do you like State Parks or private parks with all the amenities? With State Parks in Arizona you would have to move every 14 days.
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Old 03-11-2011, 11:41 AM   #3
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Ihave 2 suggestions. Yuma area Cocopah RV & Golf resort $560/mo plus electricity. San Diego/ Chula Vista KOA at 112 N 2nd St $890/mo plus electricity. We stay at both RV parks and have reservations for 2012 in Jan/Feb. Any questions PM me.
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We had thought about the state parks which we really enjoy except for usually no full hookups and we really dont want to pack up and move every 14 days, and as far as amenities we dont need the "state of the art" so to speak campground, just something nice, clean and reasonably priced and would like to stay in area mentioned because of the uncertain weather any farther up north. Thank`s for the input!
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Thanks for the info might be interested in the one for $560/mo in Yuma. thanks again
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