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Old 06-28-2015, 10:07 AM   #11
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San Dimas (East Shore RV Park). Recommendations or suggestions?
Did the trip (heading home today) and MUST give a 'shout out' for East Shore RV Park in San Dimas, CA [ http://www.eastshorervpark.com/home ] - beautiful! Yes, there are permanents, roads are narrow making navigation tight and evenings the skunks and raccoons are out-and-about BUT the view is fantastic, lots of green grass (and we're in a drought) around each campsite, the campers friendly (but not overly so), it accommodates all from tents to huge-mega Class-A rigs with toads, the small store is well-stocked, and it is close to everything in LA. BTW, with our new TV, the Grapevine was a cinch and the winds were mild.

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Old 06-29-2015, 11:24 PM   #12
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The Grapevine will not be a challenge for your TV/TT combination, you're biggest problem will be semi-trucks in the second lane sloooowly overtaking trucks in the slow lane. you'll either have to slow down or take your chances passing in the third lane, CHP will not like that, although I see lightly loaded big rigs doing it and I have done it myself once (got back over as soon as possible). Big rig in second lane was moving about 1/2 mph faster than the truck in the slow lane!

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