Santa Cruz Harbor Rv Park

135 5th Ave., Santa Cruz, California, 95062, United States | Campground
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Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by mat_hill88 on May 10, 2014

With camping in mind we set up the gps and got on our way to a camp sight after trying three different sites we gave up. Not knowing anything about the place we headed towards the warf and running out of round we randomly ended up in a pretty nice motel which had room for us.

Having a two bike rental included in the motel price meant we could cruise the coast from ...

New friends and a new outlook

A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife on Nov 09, 2013

18 photos

... We went up to Sather Tower and looked down upon the campus. It was one of the most beautiful sights I've ever seen. Every side was different from the next and everywhere you turned on that campus ended up being a photo opp. Everything for me is one anyways but this was extra special.
I spent the next day or two with them before taking the trains back to Santa Cruz where my truck was being worked on. The work still hadn't been ...

Surfer dudes!

A travel blog entry by bobby8614 on Sep 18, 2013

10 photos

... have changed over the decades. I found a little beach with loads of cute dogs on where I watched the sea otters playing, seals barking & surfers chilling :). On the way back there was a guy just chilling watching the sunset playing the bongo drums :) in the evening I did a 5 mile run along the cliffs, amazing views& a quick time - very happy bobby! I'd found some Aussie dudes so we went to play pool & have a few beers before crashing at the ...

Lilly time!!!

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 84 photos

Saturday, September 14 - Today is the day we get to see Lilly! We left Sacramento and drove by Suisun Bay just northeast of Oakland and San Francisco, CA. This is where many of the Navy ships are left at anchor when they are de-commmissioned. It is called the Suisun Bay Ship Graveyard. Hard to believe these ships can't be used for something because there certainly are a lot of them!

We arrived in ...

Q 1 report

A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 22, 2013

4 comments, 20 photos

... Simon and Jon rush in from work at 6:30 pm, and scurry down to the water to check out the waves, race home to change so that they can have 1 1/2 hours to catch their waves - anyone for Jon and the perfect one for Simon!! Through binoculars, I figured out which of the surfers they were - no easy task when everyone is dressed in black.
I could happily live here if it wasn't for the cost of medical insurance!!