I know this is an old thread now, but I just noticed it -- in case any future searchers want additional info-
We spent several months in the bay area last year in our 28 CCD. I evaluated a number of parks, and here are my recommendations:
- Coyote Valley RV Park in Morgan Hill is mostly class-a well-off types. Seemed like mostly transients; not sure how many semi-permanent folks were here. Facility was great, but the surrounding area was not particularly interesting. We only stayed here for about 5 days.
- There are several parks on El Camino Real in the sunnyvale area. They do allow fulltime trailers, but there is a waiting list. Most of them are your typical "trailer park" situation.
- There is a vast midwest-style trailer park monstrosity east of the 101 somewhere around redwood city. I didn't go in here, as it was not the type of place I wanted to live.
- I ended up settling on Saratoga Springs RV Park up in the hills. The drive out Big Basin Way is not fun towing a trailer, but it's definitely a nice spot. Lots of trees, stream, etc. The facility itself is definitely sparse -- more of a campground. They have electricity and water (and about 4 cable channels) but no sewage hookups - they do biweekly pumpouts. There were a number of people fulltiming there, and the rates were reasonable.