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Old 08-21-2012, 07:52 PM   #1
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boondocking on PCH ??? next summer

hi can you do it i was thinking about trying to find BD spots on 101(1 or 2 days at most ) from SF to washington some how i dont think there a lot of WM or truck stops next to the beach with free camping but casino cool yes lots to pick from but thats not BD
in CALF, seems to have a fair pick from USFS and BLM but that leaves OR, and WA, states with slim pickings im sure pulling over in the overlooks would get me a midnight get out of bed calling, no one needs me on the road with out my first cup of coffee so how can we bybass that part, how do any RVers do this any insite and help thanks Ed
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Old 09-02-2012, 12:22 PM   #2
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I travel the PCH camping with a tent and motorcycle every July. It's hard enough to find a spot in a campround much less some place that would be suitable for a motor home or fifth wheel. The state parks are full and parking along the PCH is limited and/or highly restricted.
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Old 09-02-2012, 11:46 PM   #3
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I think there is a place between Eureka and Crescent City that has b/d right on the ocean...heading North it would be on the left side of 101.
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FYI. Eureka Calif is FULL of homeless people wandering ll over town.
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Old 09-03-2012, 08:32 AM   #5
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FYI. Eureka Calif is FULL of homeless people wandering ll over town.
Got me to thinking..


National Alliance to End Homelessness: Total Homelessness by State - State of Homelessness 2011
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Old 09-05-2012, 10:18 AM   #6
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When I had some free Bachelor time a few years ago because my Wife was out-of-Town, I did Recon on where to Boondock for a week or so in my lil TT. I looked around Arcata CA on line, just north of Eureka. Various Blogs and commentary fleshed out a scene I was not willing to deal with. Lots of Transients, and RV break-ins/theft. I also was not willing to withstand the constant Panhandling; a real problem that City Founders are trying to combat. I just like to wander around and be left alone, actually.

I used to Hitchhike in my foolish youth, and I'm still an adventuresome guy. I did LOTS of Int'l Biz Travel into dicey Urban areas. But, my conclusion about Arcata was 'thanks, but no thanks'. Too much 'work' in trying to enjoy some time around the area. Arcata got the reputation as being a 'refuge' that Transients could go to and get by. That rep and scene feeds on itself, and folks just keep on heading to there. I know 1st Person that Boulder CO is a similar destination. However, the Transient issues are as severe as what Arcata sounds like.

There were some neat Festivals pictured in Arcata Blogs, and I'm sure there's lots of positives. The trick might be to hole up in a nice, well-watched Campground and take Bikes or the Toad into Town with NO valuables to be snatched; even in the Trunk.
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