Wine Country RV Resort
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We had an absolutely beautiful drive to Paso Robles along the Pacific Coast Highway. We drove through Malibu and Santa Barbara on the way and enjoyed the views of the white sand beaches and ocean. As we moved away from the ocean to get to our campground we passed by a Costco, which we hadn't seen for ages, and had to stop. We stocked up on some of …
Today, we arrived at the Wine Country RV Resort in Paso Robles, CA. This is a nice park, but the sites are close together, side by side hookups, and the streets are narrow. It will be fun backing up to get out of here in the morning. We went to four small family-owned wineries. At the Caliza winery, our pourer told us of a place her dad goes to in …
This is a great RV resort, in fact it's so nice we have decided to stay for the entire month of February. The hot tub is killer and we are parked in a vineyard. There are hundreds of wineries around.I may need intervention before we leave
Left The Arsenaults this morning, had a great time..Heading north to San Francisco, stopped on the way to pick blueberries.. (Rejean you would have a ball here !!)Camping in the wine capital of North America, real nice country side..Here for a couple of days...
Tue, Jun 11, 2013
Departure: Needles, California
Arrival: Paso Robles, California
Miles: 376 miles
Travel Time: 9 hours
We targeted 7:00 am to be out so that we could get ahead of the heat. We missed 7:00—left at 7:03. It was already fairly warm. I don't know what the temperature was, but as I ...
We loved the park and the area. Very nice staff and a great park. The hot tub is one of the best we have found in an RV park. Well landscaped, great activities, wine tastings etc.
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