Wheeler Gorge Campground
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Ojai
... the only damage was lost glasses and some bruised (literally) egos.
We evidently didn’t time our run through the surf correctly. That right there is what is called an understatement. As we came in we didn’t get up on the wave we were trying to ride and the wave behind us came up too quickly and picked up the rear of the boat and jammed the front of the boat straight down into the sand! Rick remembers the crunching sound that ...
... There was then some issue with the worker trying to get us into her system so she sent us to find a site and she would come find us when she sorted it out. She had indicated to Denis that had we tried to just show up before Labour Day she couldn't have accommodated us at all.
It is a truly lovely setting -- we walked a bit and Denis hoped to see a rattler as a sign had warned of them in the ivy at the side of a path. ...
... by the end of the day I found 2 dresses for a total of $8. #Winning! Santa Barbara has many restaurants, as well as several more tasting rooms, including an area of town affectionately dubbed the "urban wine trail". Perhaps on our next trip we'll investigate these further, but for this visit we drove out of town to check out Santa Ynez and the Foxen Canyon Trail, which I will share in the next ...
... we have visited. The beach is next to Santa Barba beach and runs for miles and miles. Like before in the middle of the beach stretches a long pier and again the beach is a popular amoung surfer dudes. I love places like this, the weathers good, the people are chilled and the houses along the coast and hills are amazeballs. Today we stopped in a Ventura cafe for lunch and were greeted by a late 50's lady who had long grey pleats ...
... say that this place rates pretty high on the "living the good life" scale.
We met a Carpinteria resident this afternoon who passed by our campsite on his way to his daily 5 mile walk of the beach. He was slender and healthy looking, ruddy cheeked and quick to smile. His handshake was a vice-grip, which belied his 82 years. He said he was really happy in Carpinteria and has lived here 20 years. He likes the quiet and the peacefulness and ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
More great choices in Ojai
Search for more deals in Ojai
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations