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Old 02-26-2014, 11:22 PM   #1
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Bass Lake, California - Anyone go? Like or dislike?

We got those free packets from the rv seller.. Wanting to know if it's worth sitting through the crud or just find another place we have to pay for..

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The lake is wonderful. Warm like a bath tub.
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I have been there. Nice. there are many places to go from there. Springtime is best.
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Been following your posts --- congrats on the new TT.

Based on screen name and buying at RV outlet I can assume your family is stationed at NASL. I too am in the area, so I'll share our favorite RV spots...

1) Camp Edison @ Shaver Lake -- bit of a PIA reservation system but awesome camp ground in the Sierra. Very close to NASL.

2&3) Pismo Coast Village & Pismo SB North Beach CG

4) Bass Lake -- we really prefer to dry camp in the Forrest Service CG on the West Side, not the one trying yo sell you a membership. By the way the lake is a great swimming lake, very warm.

5) El Capitan SB -- Santa Barbara
6) Seacliff SB -- Santa Cruz

There are dozens of other great places too, especially considering how close we are to Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon NPs.

Enjoy that trailer.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:50 PM   #5
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To clearly answer your question -- not worth sitting through the pitch. Just make a reservation somewhere and go.

Sequoia RV Ranch in Three Rivers is very close to NASL, offers full hook-ups,and would be a great spot to put the trailer through its paces, be close enough to civilization should you need something and just minutes from the 198 gate to sequoia np.
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Been following your posts --- congrats on the new TT. Based on screen name and buying at RV outlet I can assume your family is stationed at NASL. I too am in the area, so I'll share our favorite RV spots... 1) Camp Edison @ Shaver Lake -- bit of a PIA reservation system but awesome camp ground in the Sierra. Very close to NASL. 2&3) Pismo Coast Village & Pismo SB North Beach CG 4) Bass Lake -- we really prefer to dry camp in the Forrest Service CG on the West Side, not the one trying yo sell you a membership. By the way the lake is a great swimming lake, very warm. 5) El Capitan SB -- Santa Barbara 6) Seacliff SB -- Santa Cruz There are dozens of other great places too, especially considering how close we are to Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon NPs. Enjoy that trailer.

How expensive are the places you mentioned.. And what is "SB"?

Thanks so much for your advise and yes we are at NASL. This place is killing me. Literally. I am trying to find fresh air for me and my girls..
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SB = State Beach, part of California's State Park System.

They vary in price between mid $20/night to $50/night.

If you want to get away ASAP go to Pismo.
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