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Old 06-12-2016, 09:34 AM   #15
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Calistoga Park sounds great. Which sites are closest to the trees?
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In Calestoga. Though fairgrounds don't under rate this place. Hookups and easy access to town. Get a site on the perimeter. Under the trees. Avoid the center on the area. Stayed there twice. Will go back.

http://www.calistogarvpark.org/
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Old 06-12-2016, 10:14 AM   #16
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Basically all the back in sites are under the trees. The pull through sites are in the middle of the area with few trees and shade. Take your golf clubs, the municipal course is at the same spot.
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I forgot to mention there's a huge grassy area where campers run their dogs. But if there an event using that space it's a short walk to a designated dog park.
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Thanks for the great information!
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I forgot to mention there's a huge grassy area where campers run their dogs. But if there an event using that space it's a short walk to a designated dog park.
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Old 06-12-2016, 10:59 AM   #19
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Local Bay Area camping

I love to go camping close to home (Santa Cruz) when I have time. As suggested before, the Fairgrounds in Calistoga is excellent. A five minute walk in to town! Olema Campground is also a favorite in the North Bay.
Also love the Costanoa Resort. Right on Hwy 1 between Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz. KOA runs this campground part of the resort. Not your typical KOA.
Last weekend I camped at Mt. Madonna County Park, on the summit of Hecker Pass, between Watsonville and Gilroy. Very peaceful and quiet with lots of hiking.
There is also a great San Mateo County campground right in Half Moon Bay, on the beach, not the one north of town.
Lastly, if you want to drive a little farther, I like Paso Robles. It's hot during the day but he AC keeps it cool inside.
Happy Travels!
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