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Plenty of places are similar. Lake Havasu, AZ, Lake Shasta and Lake Orovile, CA.

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We stayed there the middle of October last year, had the whole beach to ourselves, It was a nice stop, will do again this year on our way south.


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We are heading that way in late September and hopefully all the party goers will be gone. If not, Fort something is just down the road.


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gtnsmlr wrote:

We stayed there the middle of October last year, had the whole beach to ourselves, It was a nice stop, will do again this year on our way south.


How cold? Thought this is flat lands, but notice the many thousand feet it's above sea level.

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Roy&Lynne wrote:

We are heading that way in late September and hopefully all the party goers will be gone. If not, Fort something is just down the road.


And imagine having an instant beachfront location -- which I wish I can do in Oregon coast (allowed to drive only but not camp, lol.

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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

gtnsmlr wrote:

We stayed there the middle of October last year, had the whole beach to ourselves, It was a nice stop, will do again this year on our way south.


How cold? Thought this is flat lands, but notice the many thousand feet it's above sea level.
high desert, as I recall it was cool and mild.

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In Nevada, the party goers are always around. Everything is legal. If it offends your refined sensibilities, then go somewhere else. My most obnoxious camp ground experiences by far have been in California and Arizona.

Nevada has 276 mountain ranges. You can see some of the smaller ones from Lahontan Reservoir.

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