Malibu Beach RV Park, Malibu, California
The owner of the park has focused the business on primarily serving visitors to Malibu rather than monthly residents. This allows the park to retain a better image and be more enjoyable to the park guests. The park operates 142 RV sites and up to 35 tent sites. All sites have either an ocean or mountain view. The park is open 365 days a year.- from the website
Paradise by the Sea Beach RV Resort, Oceanside, California
Our RV Park campground is adjacent to Buccaneer Park and Beach (Oceanside’s full service beach including playground, basketball court, shaded picnic area, restrooms and a beach café). Surf at the beach, walk to the Oceanside Pier, fish from the Oceanside Harbor, tour Encinitas, Solana Beach, & Camp Pendleton or just soak in the San Diego, California sun!
Golden Village RV Resort, Hemet, California
You have discovered the most luxurious RV resort in Southern California–top rated by customers and the Good Sam Club. Hemet is centrally located in the heart of SoCal’s top vacation destinations. We are located in Hemet, California is known for Diamond Valley fishing and Temecula’s wine region. Our long-term residential RV park caters to both nightly California RV vacationers and snowbirds who wish to stay in the “Golden State” for an extended period of time. Our Snowbird-friendly RV resort lots allow all types and sizes of RVs and Motorcoaches.- from the website
Melanie and I traveled from just down the road in Desert Hot Springs to Joshua Tree National Park hoping to camp there for a few nights. I tried to make a reservation for Jumbo Rocks Campground in the park, but they were full. We arrived at Ryan Campground, a first come, first served, campground at around noon on a Friday. There were two remaining available sites, we choose #28.
Joshua Tree is a feast for the eyes. We toured around and saw part of the park on our bikes this time. The first day we rode from our campsite in Ryan to Jumbo Rocks and back. The second day we rode from Ryan to Keys View.
Keys Point to Park Boulevard
House of Horrors on Park Boulevard
Snaps Around Ryan Campground At Sunset
Melanie and I really like Tucson. We spent two weeks there in 2019.
We arrived in December on our second visit on Christmas Eve, made our way to a local Whole Foods market and, as luck would have it, drove by Tohono Chul. I noted the park looked interesting, but thought nothing else about it until a friend from Birmingham, Diane, mentioned we should go. So, we did.
As Melanie and I were wandering around the gardens there, one of the best parts of our visit happened. Janel. She's a docent there and struck up a conversation with us. Next thing we know she's taking us on a tour identifying the flora and fauna and giving us some great history. It was a splendid way to spend an afternoon.
Continuing our trek west, I found this gem of an overnight spot. Fort Lancaster Scenic Overlook is a very basic overnight camping spot (covered picnic table and grill, garbage can, asphalt pad) for the reasonable price of free. Located off I-10 about 7 miles, the overlook also has a premium view looking west.
Very little traffic along the scenic 290 loop where the scenic loop is located and we're sharing the entire area with one other camper this evening. Free bliss and our Verizon WiFi is fast.
When is Austin, Texas, strongly consider McKinney Falls State Park. Hiking, biking, fishing, picnicking, and the RV sites are nicely spaced. Water and electric.
Easy access to Austin.
We are enroute to the Southwest for the winter and after a bit of business in Florida, and since it was kinda on the way, we decided a few days in New Orleans was a good idea.
I checked out potential camping in the area and found French Quarter Public Parking as a viable option. It's not cheap at $50.00 per 24 hour period and it's dry camping, no hookups, no restrooms, no showers. There is noise associated with being in a city. It's a parking lot.
Located in Treme' only a few blocks from the French Quarter makes hanging out in the quarter really easy. For those of you concerned with safety, there's a local police precinct about a block and a half away and the lot is patrolled regularly.