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Old 03-25-2017, 09:57 PM   #1
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Boondocking in Central Ca.

Anybody have good suggestions for boondocking in Central Ca off I-5? I'll be heading down that way end of April. I know there is a Flying J N. Of Stocton, I'm just wondering about any BLM places to go for quiet time. I am running a 120V fridge and will be using a very quiet generator.
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I looked at freecampsites.net and it shows a lot of places that you might be interested in.
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Of all the stops down the Central Valley corridor Stockton is probably the most sketchy. Personally, I would look for a stop we'll north or south of that area IMHO. are you looking for a place to spend a couple nights or just an in-route stop?
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Rolling Hills Casino. Might not be as far south as you want but there is plenty of parking.
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The Flying J north of STOCKTON is in farmers fields. Very nice place.
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