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Old 10-18-2016, 03:31 PM   #1
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Seasonal sites - Northern California

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I am looking for information on seasonal sites in Northern California, 2-3 hours (preferably south) from SF Bay Area. I was trying to google something, but either I do not have skills or there are not that many...

We have two small kids, so I think that for the time being, a seasonal site would be really useful.

Thanks!
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Old 10-18-2016, 04:02 PM   #2
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I wish you luck because I've been trying for 3 years now to find a decent location in South Central California on or near the coast. Actually from Monterey - San Luis Obispo - Pismo Beach - Santa Barbara. if you do please let me know and I'll do the same.
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Old 10-18-2016, 04:09 PM   #3
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Thanks. So it is not my research skills only...
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Hello,

I am looking for information on seasonal sites in Northern California, 2-3 hours (preferably south) from SF Bay Area. I was trying to google something, but either I do not have skills or there are not that many...

We have two small kids, so I think that for the time being, a seasonal site would be really useful.

Thanks!
If you want remote, on a lake with a Marina depending on lake level, Trinity Lake KOA about 30 miles north of Weaverville is great. Huge trees, kid activities, pool, fishing, hiking etc.
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Old 10-18-2016, 06:44 PM   #5
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We stayed a few nights this past summer at Pismo Coast Village RV resort. It is a busy RV park right on the beach (over a dune). We really enjoyed our stay here. They have many long term sites and from what I understand, you purchase a spot like a timeshare. They might offer long term rentals, but we didn't inquire further. To stay short term like we did on a July weekend is a bit pricey. The park is family oriented and pet friendly too.
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Old 10-24-2016, 10:09 PM   #6
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We have been going to Pismo Coast Village for years. We like it. Its pretty busy during the summer and on weekends.Our favorite time there is like November through March during the week, it's really quiet and peacefull. There is also Marina Dunes RV park just north of Monterey.
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Pismo Coast Village is an share holder owned; 1/2 the CG (good sites) are reserved for share holder, the balance is available for public use. PCV is an equity share, like a country club, and are currently selling in the $30k range. Share holders get 30 peak and 30 non-peak days a year. There is no seasonal option.

The only seasonal, non-membership, CG I am aware of in Central CA is in the Sierra National Forest, Wishon Village, not the coast.

I believe there might be one in the Delta too, but I don't recall it being nice.
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Maybe a bit further then you want but have you checked Kernville? Pretty sure we saw some when there.

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Wishon Village looks great! Thanks clubhouse! However, this is a bit too far...

PCV - it does not look like the place I am looking for...
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