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Chevron Crown Valley Pkwy and Niguel road for Diesel, Crown Valley Shell on Crown Valley and Moulton Pkwy for Propane By Skip Krantz
Grocery store and restaurants. Ralph's grocery store, Thai Bite (Great Thai food), Chick-fila, Romeo's (Good Italian food). Next center to the North has New York Pizza, Los Golindrinas (Mexican). By Skip Krantz
Good campground near beach with Full Hook Ups, dump station, etc. By Skip Krantz
Off Interstate 5, in beautiful Rose Canyon, you'll find one of the finest parks in Southern California - Santa Fe Park. Our serene and natural setting, friendly family atmosphere, and list of amenitie By Alicia Fettinger
The Kumeyaay Lake Campground is open for Friday and Saturday night camping. The 46 campsites are available for reservation on a first-come, first-serve basis and the is $24 per night. On the reservati By Alicia Fettinger
A beautiful and spacious RV Park surrounded by San Diego’s Mission Bay... The location just doesn’t get any better! Easy access to I-5 makes it convenient no matter where you want to go. A few minutes By Alicia Fettinger
Pala Casino RV Resort is located in the scenic Palomar Mountains. The new Pala Casino RV Resort offers comfort, fantastic amenities, and unbelievable views with easy access to a world class casino. Pala Casino RV Resort joined the small percentage of resorts to be awarded the coveted 10/10*/10 rating from the industry?s leading publication Good Sam. Pala Casino RV Resort?s top marks are in every category including facilities, restrooms and showers and visual appearance. The Resort offers 100 full-service sites with grass lawns and picnic tables. The facilities include: 77 ? 30?x55? Back-In Sites, 6 ? 30?x60? Luxury Sites with Barbecue Grills, 17 ? 30?x70? Pull-Through Sites, 20-30-50 Amp Power, Electric, Water and Sewer Hook-Ups, Free Wi-Fi, Cable TV,Restrooms and Showers. Key Card (for access to pool, laundry and restrooms). Security Patrol, 24 Hours. Propane Fuel Available, and Free Shuttle to Casino/ Resort guests will also enjoy indoor amenities that include: Games, Billiard Table, Card Tables, and Flat Screen TV. The outdoor amenities include:5 Barbecue Grill Areas, Table Tennis, Horseshoe Pit, and Dog Park.
Temecula, California hosts one of the finest RV parks in the nation. The Pachanga RV Resort is big, beautiful, and inviting to guests from around the world. The park has been noted as the Reader?s Choice in RV resorts. The park has 168 spacious sites that provide ample accommodations for the largest RVs currently on the road. Guests with trailers of all sizes will find plenty of space for their vehicle and occupants. The RV facilities are close to a vibrant casino and outstanding dining facilities. The staff at a marvelous and relaxing spa offer excellent treatments for visitors to the resort. The luxury sites for RVs and trailers include picnic areas with beautiful pergolas and fencing for the safety and enjoyment of all guests. The enchanting Journey Golf Course and surrounding foothills are part of the excellent backdrop for the guests. A party pavilion with these views as a backdrop is available for special celebrations such as birthday parties and weddings.
All Seasons RV Park in San Marcos, California offers campers an ideal location with almost always perfect weather. This area is one of the most popular vacation destinations because of the weather, the attractions, and the excellent accommodations. This RV park offers guests the chance to relax in their own vehicles, and they have the chance to enjoy great amenities in the park as well as the surrounding area. The park has 27 areas that are beautiful, and the setting for the 150 campsites and RV spaces. In addition, there is a five acre artesian lake. The large pool and spas are inviting and refreshing. Residents can view the lake and lots of flowers from many of the sites. The sites with full hookups are available on four different levels. Many sites have 30/50 amp electrical service. Cable TV and wireless service is available for residents. In addition, there are three laundromats with commercial machines. The grocery store on the premises has many of the necessities for campers.
During your stay at Oceanside RV Park you'll have access to 3.5 miles of pristine beaches, or play at one of four golf courses within minutes of the park. If you?d like to get out and enjoy the water you can rent boats, kayaks, jetskis or surf. If you prefer to fish you can try your skill at the 1,942 foot pier. The California Surf Museum is just minutes away and at certain times of the year you will be able to enjoy national surfing competitions.
If your ideal vacation involves being minutes from the sea, then Paradise by the Sea RV Resort in Oceanside, California is well worth checking out. The site has great facilities, including water, sewer, electric and Wi-Fi, and lot of features that help make a holiday memorable and relaxing. These include pool and beach access, a playground and a pet area. The site caters for a range of needs, and can accommodate large RVs, as well as offering tent pitches. It is adjacent to the train line that runs up and down the coast, so it is easy to hop on a train from here and explore a little further afield when you want a day of exploration to add variety to those lovely long days at the beach. An evening?s stroll along the beach also means you can visit the pier.
Lake Elsinore Marina and RV Resort is just south of Riverside, California. The campground takes long-term renters as well as overnighters. It provides easy access to the lake, and the boat launch ramp is a great spot for putting in your canoe, kayak, boat, or jet ski. Stay connected with the free wi-fi, which is strongest on the patio. The trees will provide some shade, and you can try your luck with your lures. The lake is a popular fishing spot for bass.
Escondido RV Resort in Escondido, California provides a setting with an ideal climate just 30 miles northeast of the vibrant city of San Diego. Escondido, known as the ?Hidden Valley, is situated in beautiful avocado and citrus groves. The entire area is diverse and far enough away from the noise of ordinary activity in a larger city. The local people are friendly to visitors from around the world. The city was named as one of the best places to retire by Money Magazine. The community is also noted as a place that welcomes retired people as well as children. In addition, the resort has special facilities for pets including a dog park for activities with a special pet. The Escondido RV Resort is set on ten acres of scenic land. The resort has been amenities for travelers on the move. There is a spectacular outdoor pool and spa. Convenient and modern laundry facilities are available on the resort to keep the entire family in clean clothes.
With views of the ocean front you can park your RV rental on the edge of a bluff and experience the San Diego Coast. Staying here you can enjoy recreational activities such as swimming, fishing, surfing, scuba diving and beachcombing. A convenient camping store is located within the park as well. There are no hookups at this state park so if you want electricity to watch the game or make some coffee make sure the RV rental you choose also includes a generator.
Do you want to explore Murrieta in California? If so, there is a great RV park just seven miles away in Temecula. It's called Lake Skinner Recreation Area, and each of the 241 sites has full hookup. There is also WiFI, picnic tables, a grill, and a camp store. It is based in the Lake Skinner Park, which has great amenities. You can hire bikes, go horseback riding and sailing, and have picnics here. There are even barbeques throughout the park for you to take advantage of. One of the greatest attractions is fishing in Lake Skinner. You can catch striped bass, largemouth bass, carp, and bluegill. In the summer, there is also catfish, and in the winter, trout. The lake is a haven for bird watchers, and herons, owls, and hawks are just some of the birds which you might spot. There is also a one and a half mile walk around the park, which is great for those who just want a gentle stroll. You will be rewarded by fantastic views, including the rolling hills of Winchester. On a hot day, take a dip in the splash pool. Once you have had your fill of the park, why not head in to Murrieta for great restaurants and shops.
Do you want to explore Mission Viejo, California? If so, there is a great RV park in Lake Elsinore, just eight miles away from Mission Viejo. The Ortega Oaks RV and Campground is situated amongst the ancient oaks of the Cleveland National Forest and the San Mateo Wilderness Area. The RV park covers 35 acres, with miles of hiking trails to explore. The sites are spacious and there are both individual and group sites. The group sites are great for scouts, church groups, weddings, and reunions. You get full hookup on all sites, restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, and free WiFi. If you fancy a day at the park, there is a swimming pool, horses to ride along the trails, and a billiard table. You can also watch movies in the clubhouse. There is a Candy Store, which also sells snacks, water, sodas, coffee, gifts and general store items as well as candy. Of course, you will want to explore Mission Viejo. There are plenty of stores, restaurants, theaters, and spas in the city. If you love the outdoor life, you will enjoy Mission Lake and Sunset Stand Up Paddleboard.
One of the few remaining tidal wetlands in Southern California, this place is a gem for nature lovers and those in search of tranquility. The park is under the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, it is a nature reserve and a designated Marine Protected area. There are educational programs for the public which teaches how to appreciate and care for all the animals who call this refuge home.
At Carlsbad State Park you'll have 44 acres to explore coastal bluffs, find shells and treasures on the shores, rent surfboards, you can practice your surfing or swimming on the warm waters, and enjoy a wonderful south Californian beach.
You can build your own fun and Legoland, choose from 60 rides, shows and attractions where you can create long lasting memories with your families. Choose from Castle Hill a medieval themed area, imagination zone where you can ride the wild mouse roller coaster watch 4D movies, or land of adventure where you can play Pharaoh?s Revenge and fire foam balls, bounce 15 feet to catch beetles or recover lost treasure. You can also enjoy some fun in the water at two different water parks. n
San Diego Zoo was one of the first institutions to create cage-less exhibits that re-create natural habitats and ecosystems. It has one of the largest free-flight exhibit to view birds. It is also famous because it is one of the few zoos in the world that is home to the giant panda. You can view the zoo on an overhead gondola, or if you?d rather stay on the ground you can also ride a bus. The zoo is known for its conservation and species preservation initiatives, it raises California condors, African black rhinos, and over 100 endangered species. If you seek adventure, you can also choose from different Safari tours such as: Jungle Ropes Safari, Cheetah Safari, or you can spend the night at the park on a Road and Tour Safari. The San Diego Zoo has it all. Parking is available for your RV rental.
Are you looking for something fun and interesting to do during your stay in Moreno Valley, California? If so, head over to The Western Science Center in nearby Hemet. It is a state-of-the-art museum which houses archeological artifacts and Pleistocene Ice Age fossils. These were discovered during the development of Diamond Valley Lake. You will get to meet Max, one of the largest mastodons to be found in the west of the US, as well as Xena, a teenage Columbian mammoth. Perhaps one of the most exciting exhibitions here is of Little Stevie, a large mastodon. He is beneath the museum floor and you walk on tempered glass and look down on him. Kids will particularly enjoy the hands-on experiences which are offered; for example, make your own fossil. If you get here early, why not take a tour around the native plant garden? All in all, you should have a very enjoyable and memorable day.
Orange County boasts year-round whale watching tours. Take half a day out on a boat, relaxing in the sun and basking in the cool, salty air. See, firsthand, the wonder and stunning size of these incredible water-dwelling creatures. One great option starts at Dana Wharf, which offers a two hour tour, and where you may see Gray Whales, Humpback Whales, Minkes Whales, sea lions and various dolphins.
Voted as one of the best golf courses in the world by Conde Nast, Pelican Hill offers 36 holes that test your skills set in backdrop of soothing ocean waves. There are two challenging courses that offer panoramic views, one which was created by the famous golf course architect, Tom Fazio. The resort offers something for foodies and those who are looking for a place to relax as well.
A family destination with over 7 million visitors each year, the main attraction is the famous Ferris wheel, which is said to be the longest Ferris wheel ride with one of the most stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. A place to have fun but also learn, the island has an Ocean Literacy Center, where you can build and pilot advanced underwater submarines in the boardwalk aquarium. You can also come in contact with starfish and sea cucumbers. There are other interactive activities that require that you use your scientific, technological and engineering skills.
One of the oldest parks in the U.S. designated for recreational use. Balboa Park is a 1,200-acre urban park which offers natural vegetation zones, green belts, gardens, walking paths, a variety of museums, several theaters. Within the park you'll also find the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
A linear day use park over one mile long and 140 acres, situated in the mouth of Santa Ana Canyon in the city of Anaheim. The linear environment of the park site recaptures the river setting of the adjacent Santa Ana River. Because the park is in a historic setting in an area where such names as Yorba, Peralta and Dominguez were common, the Orange County Board of Supervisors recognized the 1976 opening of the park site by designating Yorba Regional Park as the official Orange County bicentennial project.