Planning a road trip in California? Guide to RV parks and camping can help
With wildflower season right around the corner, maybe you’re already making plans for a spring road trip. The free 2019 Camp-California guide can help. It highlights RV, camping and cabin sites in California and Nevada, and adds road-trip ideas and offbeat places to go.
The deal: The 92-page guide says it covers everything from “primitive to plus,” including a map showing where sites are and a grid showing the amenities. The guide lists privately owned parks and campgrounds owned as well as those operated by states and counties.
Maybe you want to stay in a cottage at the historic Rancho Oso Guest Ranch & Stables in Santa Barbara or grab an RV site at Sounds of the Sea on the north coast, perfect for visiting Cannonball Beach and the redwoods.
When: The guide is available indefinitely.
Details: About those offbeat destinations: In the guide, you’ll find a story about 13 caving destinations to try, from narrow lava tubes in Northern California to “moaning” caves in Gold Country.
Info: 2019 Camp-California
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