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Gale Hawkins

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I have to say CA RV spots of any kind seemed small to get in last year when in the state.

If we ever do CA again I expect it will be driving/hotel experience after we fly to a central location. Lot of nice places but roads in/out were built for Model T's and not RV's we found.

CA has been broke for too long to focus on tourist investments I guess.

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To bad....you'll miss a ton of good camping.


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Us out West wrote:

To bad....you'll miss a ton of good camping.


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1L243 wrote:

Jedediah web site says 31 foot trailer limit and Prairie Creek says 24 foot trailer limit...

Web site vs personal visit.


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One that comes to mind, Sugar Pine Point at Tahoe.


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Gale Hawkins wrote:

I have to say CA RV spots of any kind seemed small to get in last year when in the state
I have a 30' 5er and don't have any issues at all getting into places (yet). I find there's always some much longer MH in the campground.


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mena661 wrote:

Gale Hawkins wrote:

I have to say CA RV spots of any kind seemed small to get in last year when in the state
I have a 30' 5er and don't have any issues at all getting into places (yet). I find there's always some much longer MH in the campground.


Locals always have the edge.

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We have traveled in CA the last two years and I have found this to be true.

2gypsies wrote:

With our 40' we have good luck at fairgrounds/expo parks in California rather than state parks. Let us all know what you find for yourself - please!!



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We have a 42' DP and have no problem getting in and out at Caspar Beach Campground. It is between 2 hills with lots of trees just accross a 2 lane road from a very nice beach thats in a "horse-shoe" shaped cove. Spots are kind of close together but other then that its a very clean park. Its located between Ft. Bragg and Mendocino.

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x2 on Caspar Beach.









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