Desert Springs RV Park, Daggett, CA

Don’t be worried if you can’t reach the office by phone because they don’t open till 1:00 p.m.! I couldn’t figure out why I wasn’t able to make reservations and finally gave up. As a last resort I called the afternoon before I had to move on and finally got someone and was able toContinue reading “Desert Springs RV Park, Daggett, CA”

Castle Air Museum RV Park, Atwater, CA

This little RV Park wasn’t even on my radar until a place I booked for 2 weeks turned out to be a place I didn’t want to stay (see previous blog). So out came the campground apps, google maps, and some research. It only has 6 FHU (full hook up) sites and 6 sites withContinue reading “Castle Air Museum RV Park, Atwater, CA”

Pardee Reservoir, Ione, CA

I left after one night even though I’d paid for two weeks and I would have not stayed at all but it was after 5:00 p.m. when I checked in. I have stayed here before and it’s actually a nice place but they have one policy I don’t agree with and they surprise you withContinue reading “Pardee Reservoir, Ione, CA”

Sugar Barge RV Resort, Bethel Island, CA

I knew that Sugar Barge was a popular spot for RV rallies, always filling up, so I thought I would try it. Monthly fees are the most economical so I paid for one month –$800, includes everything. After 21 days, you are saving money even if you leave prior to one month being up. WeContinue reading “Sugar Barge RV Resort, Bethel Island, CA”

Thoughts on Migratory Birds

So I’ve got one place booked for a month and won’t publish my report till after we leave and decided I needed an “in-between” blog post so no one gets bored. I booked Sugar Barge RV Resort in the Sacramento Delta for 30 days and that’s where we are now. After spending a week atContinue reading “Thoughts on Migratory Birds”

Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA

This is a KOA Express so just a small KOA with few amenities but that’s fine with me. The area seems to be mostly made up of working fishermen, restaurant employees, scientists, and a few artists. There are two research facilities here, the Elkhorn Slough Reserve and Monterey Bay Aquarium. I would say that mostContinue reading “Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA”

Casa de Fruta RV Park, Hollister, CA

I had fond memories of a trip to Casa de Fruta 2 years ago with an RVing group so made reservations again for a week in January. The weather cooperated and I didn’t have any neighbors until the last night before I left. It was a peaceful week of long dog walks and shopping atContinue reading “Casa de Fruta RV Park, Hollister, CA”

San Benito Thousand Trails, Paicines, CA

This Thousand Trails has a lot of positive things going for it if you love nature and have dogs. However, I would use the word “resort” loosely as the infrastructure is very dated. Just like most of the Thousand Trail resorts that I’ve been to, very little, if any, money is put back in toContinue reading “San Benito Thousand Trails, Paicines, CA”

Barstow/Calico KOA

We did spend a week at the actual Calico Ghost Town campground but I had an extra 3 days before I needed to be in Bakersfield and I wanted to do laundry so we checked in here. This campground is also on Ghost Town Road but it’s off a frontage road by the freeway andContinue reading “Barstow/Calico KOA”

Visalia/Sequoia KOA

I have stayed here twice and thought that I had written a review until I went back to check older blogs. I haven’t written about this place and don’t currently have any pictures so I’ll “borrow” some from the internet. This is an easy on/easy off KOA from I-99 in the town of Visalia, notContinue reading “Visalia/Sequoia KOA”