Argh! I am man! I can do it all! By myself!
Living like that has its drawbacks, the main one being that I can miss out on some good things because I didn't poke around in the right places or because (oh no) my intellect isn't as powerful as my ego believes it is.
So... here I am, in the northwest corner of California, hoping to make stops all down the coast. I've done a lot of research, but I suspect there's a lot more to know—things that Google can't or won't tell me.
So... I'm going to get off my loner guy high horse and ask my readers:
Where are some good/interesting/beautiful places to camp or just visit in California, more or less in the area west of I-5 and north of San Francisco?I humbly await your answers.
I believe Crescent City area is a beautiful place...ReplyDelete
My list shows places in Crescent City, Arcata, Eureka, Fort Bragg, and Ukiah. Some are asphalt along the beach; some are CoE parks, some are state or county parks. There are commercial RV parks, too, but I didn't look at those. I have not visited any of these for several years so cannot tell you what shape they are in.ReplyDelete
Sea Ranch Chapel , take lots of picturesReplyDelete
I met this cute married lady in the bowling alley South of Frisco......Oh...That was 40 yrs ago..I'm betting she's no longer there.....As am I....ReplyDelete
Pigeon Point lighthouse is a wonderful spot to visit. Also, I don't know if the timing is right but just north of Santa Cruz is a spot where Monarch butterflies gather. It is amazing.ReplyDelete