Where to Camp in Southern California: Avila Beach

Port San Luis RV campground is a great place to RV camp on the Central Coast. Small, quiet and right on the shore. You can enjoy kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, excellent restaurants and relaxation in a dog friendly environment. Most of these activities are a short walk from your rig. Miles of biking trails, mineral spas, world-class wineries and shopping are a short drive away. Watch the sea lions, otters and pelicans play or maybe jump on a whale watching trip. Join a half day fishing charter from the pier outside your RV door or buy fresh seafood just taken off the boats. Play a round of golf at one of the beautiful local courses. There is something for everyone at Port San Luis RV campground. Continue reading “Where to Camp in Southern California: Avila Beach”

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Where to Camp in Southern California: Lake Skinner

Lake Skinner may be the best place to camp with your family in Southern California. Large, clean campsites, fishing, hiking, hot air ballooning and wine tasting all within a 90 minute drive from anywhere in So Cal. Located near the Temecula Wine Country, Lake Skinner promises fun and relaxation for the whole family in a park-like setting. Spend the day catfish fishing and the evening making s’mores and playing Bocce Ball. Enjoy all the camping world has to offer near Temecula. There are rental boats, pontoons and kayaks, a soon to be completed splash pad, miles of biking trails and a fully stocked camp store. Dogs are allowed. This is a great camping destination that is close to home. Continue reading “Where to Camp in Southern California: Lake Skinner”

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Where to Fish in Southern California: Dixon Lake

Where is the best place to fish near San Diego? Well it is hard to beat Dixon Lake in Escondido. A beautiful park-like setting that includes camping and miles of hiking trails, not to mention some seriously huge fish.  Bass up to 20 lbs and trout over 16 lbs swim along with catfish over 20 lbs. RV and tent campers can stay on the spacious sites surrounding the lake. Just a little over 90 minutes from L.A. and close to almost anywhere in San Diego, Dixon Lake is a great place to take the kids fishing in Southern California. Continue reading “Where to Fish in Southern California: Dixon Lake”

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Where to Go Camping in Southern California: Cachuma Lake

Where is the best family camping place in Southern California? Well for my money it is Cachuma Lake, located off Highway 154 near Santa Barbara and the Santa Ynez Wine Country.

 Plenty of fish are waiting to be caught in an amazing setting in any season. Enjoy fun outdoor activities with the kids, go wine tasting, hiking or shopping in nearby Solvang.  Nearly 500 campsites for Tents and RVs are available along with glamping options like cabins and yurts. During the summer a pool is ready for swimmers. Boat and pontoon rentals as well as lake and bald eagle tours are available. The Cachuma Lake Store carries camping supplies like  firewood, ice, drinks and fishing tackle. 

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Secrets to Reserving a Yosemite Campsite

Are you planning a Yosemite Valley camping trip but fear you won’t get a spot?  Well, you have come to the right place. We camp here every year and always get a site. Getting your Yosemite reservation will not be easy as millions of people are trying to do the same. However, if you use our easy to follow tips and prepare ahead of time you will greatly increase your chances of securing a spot in the jewel of the camping world.

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