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RE: UPPER PINE CAMPGROUND, YOSEMETE

Upper Pines and Lower Pines are not a problem for getting around the roads. Just make sure that you reserve a campsite that you can back into. Have fun.
Lakejumper 01/16/20 08:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tips for California early April RV trip

I agree with avoiding going through LA unless you go through at night or early morning on a weekend. Commute traffic is bad. I prefer going through Bakersfield and then down Hwy 395 South to I210 East and I10 East. Have a great trip and make reservations soon. I didn’t see if you stated what time of the year you want to go as Palm Springs and Joshua Tree are very hot (can get well over 100 degrees) in late Spring through late Summer. Also, what type of RV you have for traveling down the coast. If you decide to go through LA, you can stay at Valencia RV Village (off of I5) and take the kids to Magic Mountain.
Lakejumper 01/08/20 10:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cabover/Euroloft Bed - Suspension Strap Broke

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Lakejumper 08/08/19 11:31am Tech Issues
RE: Where do you Post Campground Reviews?

I also post on Campgroundreviews.com (formerly RV Park Reviews). I also use the site for finding campgrounds. I have found it to be very helpful.
Lakejumper 08/07/19 10:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Cabover/Euroloft Bed - Suspension Strap Broke

While driving out to the coast for the weekend, I heard a noise above my head and a part fell to the floor. The part was the plastic cover to the strap mechanism. The loft bed had dropped down and was dangling. The corner strap (looks like a nylon seatbelt strap) had torn all of the way through. This is the strap that raises and lowers the bed on the drivers side, close to the slide out. It has four corner straps. Fortunately, the bed didn’t hit me in the head while I was driving or have this happen when someone was sleeping on it. I’d like to be able to fix it myself. Has anyone had this happen and how was it repaired? I’m giving thought to removing the bed completely.
Lakejumper 07/02/19 01:32pm Tech Issues
RE: sequoia national park

We've stayed at Sequoia RV Ranch. You can get sites on the Kaweah River (small river). There is another private park close by. I think it's called Sequoia Campground & Lodge (formerly Kaweah Park Resort). There is Lake Kaweah close by. Call ahead to Sequoia Ranch RV as there may be a high water level from runoff from melting snow. They had a lot this winter. There may still be snow in Sequoia National Park at the higher elevations but still worth the trip and the roads should be clear. It's over 100 Degrees this week in the lower Valley.
Lakejumper 06/10/19 02:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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