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Morgan Hill, CA

My next Thousand Trails park was Morgan Hill. Lots of sites to be had and lots of trees so not always easy to get satellite TV reception. Water and electric hookups only. WI-FI available at the adult lodge. Propane available. Good showers. This is a very popular park for RVers and tenters! The . . . → Read More: Morgan Hill, CA

Yosemite National Park

Figured I might as well stop by on the way north for the summer and found a very nice Escapees park in Coarsegold. It is very hilly and pretty. The clubhouse is excellent and has Internet available there. I liked the movies you can borrow, the movie style popcorn for 10 cents a . . . → Read More: Yosemite National Park

WII for Geezers and RVers

In many places I stay at, the RV parks are mostly filled with full-time RVers of a certain age. It is an age when things are hanging in the wrong places, other things don’t work so well, when one quick turn to the wrong side or lifting something heavy can spell disaster. Old . . . → Read More: WII for Geezers and RVers

Soledad Canyon and Vasquez Rocks

I joined Thousand Trails recently thanks to a great deal and as my first park, I chose to go to Soledad Canyon Resort in Acton. This is an RPI park also off-season and open to the public if you like paying full price.

For me, the park is very special as I went . . . → Read More: Soledad Canyon and Vasquez Rocks