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After 78 RV parks in 30 states and 11 months I am really tired of staying in RV parks that look like refugee camps or in hard to get to places. Not really on a budget so I would like to stay in some fabulous California RV parks before we return to Passport America..any recommendations? On site pools, restaurants, spas a plus but would like to keep it below $80 a night, $600 a week if possible.

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Close but above your budget. Google Newport Beach Ca, RV Resort.

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We spent Dec. 2010 here http://www.shadowhillsrvresort.com/ Was a very nice resort, great people in the office, and friendly guests. Close to everything.





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If you are going to the Desert look up The Springs at Anza Borrego...it has evrything you want plus agolf course.Have stayed there many times oneonthe best RV parksmin the country!!


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Of all the RV Parks I have stayed at The Springs At Borrego is likely the best-most lux. Very nice people, great weather this time of year. The high season is now over so it won't even break your budget. Be sure! to use hot mineral tubs.


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Sunland RV Resorts...I'm pretty sure you're going to have to have a list of references, a copy of your College Degree (Doctorate Preferred!), a vial of your blood to show them it's blue and a copy of your credit report handy!

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The Chula Vista RV Resort / Marina located on San Diego Bay. Couple restaurants on-site, nice pool, trolley close by. Pismo Coast Village RV Resort, very nice.


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Thanks all but let me go over our route..LA to Vancouver then back to Florida..done Palm Springs, AZ, NM etc so not going back there..and not into golf...thanks :-)

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There is one in Port Aransas, Tx that has a pool and hot tub, cost less the $50.00 per night. Reasturant with in walking distance.

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If you're going N. in I5, Bakersfield has some nice ones, you might try River Run Pk. In Red Bluff , Durango RV is pretty nice. Durango isn't listed in my Trailer Life but you can look it up on this site, the # is 888 7707001.

In the gold country about 15 miles east of Hwy 99 (near Stockton) on SR88 in Jackson is Jackson Rancheria, Rated all 10's. It's an easy transition from I5 to 99.

I've heard good thing about Premier Resort in Redding, but I have not stayed there, so can't recommend it

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