Posts Tagged with "Camping"

Gualala River Redwood RV Park – Review

Thursday, July 3, 2014

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This is a rather odd RV park as it's nestled in Redwood trees on the Northern California Coast, but the facilities are old and not well kept. Beautiful surroundings, but questionable amenities. There's no cell coverage or WiFi, but lovely old growth Redwood trees. So check out our review and see for yourself if it's a fit for you...

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Nevada Beach Campground, Lake Tahoe NV – Review

Saturday, October 20, 2012

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We absolutely love this campground. Located just a couple miles from the NV/CA border South Lake Tahoe. This campground is definitely one of our favorites. It's dry camping only, no hookups, but it's close to the lake and has extremely level sites that are well spaced out. It's one of the few places in Lake Tahoe are that allow dogs on the beach. Here's our review.

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Mt Madonna Park – Watsonville CA Review

Thursday, September 20, 2012

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A great county park located 1 1/2 hours south of San Francisco CA. This park is nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountain range and is dominated by redwood trees. It has 117 sites with 29 RV partial hookups with electricity and water. Great hiking trails that allow dogs and horses.

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Pine Mountain RV Park Pigeon Forge TN

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

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Rolling hills, lush forests, and the beauty of the Smoky Mountains are just a part of what makes Pine Mountain RV Park so very special. Whether you're heading to the amusement park rides at Dollywood or going to the Dixie Stampede Dinner Show, you'll find plenty of entertainment in Pigeon Forge. Ten miles from the world-famous Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Coyote Lake – Harvey Bear County Park

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

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It's our first trip of the new year and we thought it best to keep it a tad local. So here's a nice little campground and 1:45 south of SF CA. It's a great little find. You can fish, boat, water ski or just take one of the many hikes. There's deer & wild turkey that frequent the campground, a perfect little getaway from the Bay Area. We really enjoyed it..

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