Santa Cruz Harbor Rv Park

Address: 135 5th Ave., Santa Cruz, California, 95062, United States | Campground
 
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

    Enjoying the Views at Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by danandrach on Oct 20, 2014

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    ... enough time tonight for a good sunset so we got the car and drove round to a beach on the West Coast where we perched on the sand and watched as the sun went down into the ocean. It was as beautiful as ever and never gets boring to watch. This has been our first awesome ocean sunset in America and hopefully will not be the last.

    Today was a bit overcast and definitely not beach worthy so we headed for Downtown Santa Cruz. We walked along the beach road and the whole boardwalk ...

    The last campsite

    A travel blog entry by waveydavey65 on Aug 04, 2014

    16 photos

    After a chilly night (remember this is California in August for flips sake) we packed up and got on the road by 10am. The day promised better scenery as we were venturing up the best 100 mile stretch of Highway 1. And what a stretch - absolutely beautiful. Even though the flipping Californian fog hung over the coast most of the way the road was breath taking.

    Erin wasn't feeling so good. ...

    Coastal Communities

    A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... very modern, and then back to Aquarium, located at the end of Cannery Row. A very modern aquarium and boasting the worlds largest octopus. Great many displays of, wait it for it, fish. Yep, lots of fish, but very well displayed (even on the café menu). They also have displays of puffins, all types of jelly fish (miniature to giant),sea otters and penguins. We then had a walk along Cannery Road, made famous by the author John Steinbeck. It used to be ...

    No money in Monterey nor caramel in Carmel !

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 07, 2014

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    ... likely that one of the rangers would capture it and take the elastic band off…I hope so.









    We got back in the van and drove on past many multi-million dollar homes - some were amazing – Mike said he thought that they were weekenders for many owners. On we motored to see the Lone Cypress Pine - quite remarkable that it has survived all this time !








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    Schleping to Camp!

    A travel blog entry by beingsue-rdtrip on Sep 25, 2013

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    ... needed a few things. Again, reorganized!!

    Spent 1 day and 2 nights here. Would have stayed longer, but there were no openings for the weekend. The first day went to the ocean for an hour or so. Went back to have lunch and after decided I would lay down for a bit and watch the ocean. I fell asleep and didn't wake up until 6ish. Yikes, just in time to eat ...