Camp-California! The Camper’s Guide to California, is Now Available Both in Print & App Friendly Formats
Camp-California, the Camper’s Guide to California, which lists nearly 700 public and privately owned campgrounds across the Golden State, is now available for free both in print and digital formats.
There are three ways to access the Guide; View it online at Camp-California.com; download it from the iTunes or Google Play stores; or request or pick up a print copy.
“It’s an app friendly, digital magazine,” said Susanne White, advertising manager for the California Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds, which produces the guide.
“This camping and travel planning guide will live in your newsstand on your device if you want it to,” White said. “You can flip through the magazine, and while connected to a network, access more content than the 80-page print version of the Guide can hold.” Read More>
Wherefore Art Thou Wildflower
We are in Volcano - Daffodil Hill opened its gates for its 74th season on Saturday, March 15th, 2014 weather permitting.
We are in Borrego, Death Valley & Joshua Tree – Check out DesertUSA for current sightings.
We are on Mt. Diablo - Natural History Wanderings, Sandy Steinman's Blog, has sightings from Mt. Diablo, over to the coast, and up near Hetch Hetchy. Check out her Wildflower Bloom Reports.
Check out this Cool Camp-California Destination
Mission Bay RV Resort
EXPERIENCE SAN DIEGO'S FINEST
A beautiful and spacious RV Park surrounded by San Diego's Mission Bay... The location just doesn't get any better! Easy access to I-5 makes it convenient no matter where you want to go. A few minutes to Old Town, Sea World, San Diego Zoo & Balboa Park, Gaslamp Quarters, and so much more! The area attractions surrounding Mission Bay RV Park are endless, making this a great location for your "home" base in the Winter, and the perfect Summer Vacation. Read More>
Featured Region – Sunny Southern California’s Inland Empire and Deserts
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is an annual two-weekend, three-day music and arts festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, located in the Coachella Valley, and brings thousands to the Inland Empire and Desert regions every April. Coachella's success, like many other famous festivals, such as Lollapalooza in Chicago and Bonnaroo in Tennessee, is due to its format as a destination festival with multiple stages, attractions, art, and camping. Stagecoach Country Music Festival, held at the same location a few weeks latter, has followed in the footsteps of Coachella and also draws huge crowds to the area.
A bit further to the south, April is a wonderful time for sunny days and starry nights in the Anza-Borrego Desert. In a peaceful broad valley, approximately 100 miles from San Diego, Yuma, or Palm Springs, the sunny, friendly village of Borrego Springs is also California’s first official International Dark-Sky Community. Spectacular spring wildflowers, dramatic views, 4WD jeep tours, pictograph trails; all here inside the 1000 square miles of wilderness parkland. Many weekenders, RV’ers, or snowbirds who came to relax or to adventure in this wonderland, now call Borrego ‘home.’
Though adjacent to the California Deserts, the Inland Empire is also perhaps the only place in the United States where you are 45 minutes from ski slopes and 45 minutes from the beach; during some times of the year, the weather allows both skiing and ocean swimming on the same day! For a see-and-do alpine tour featuring stunning vistas as well as abundant recreational opportunities, travel the aptly named Rim of the World Scenic Highway in the forested San Bernardino Mountains, or head through Temecula, gateway to the California’s youngest wine country.
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