Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA

This is a KOA Express so just a small KOA with few amenities but that's fine with me. The area seems to be mostly made up of working fishermen, restaurant employees, scientists, and a few artists. There are two research facilities here, the Elkhorn Slough Reserve and Monterey Bay Aquarium. I would say that most... Continue Reading →

Casa de Fruta RV Park, Hollister, CA

I had fond memories of a trip to Casa de Fruta 2 years ago with an RVing group so made reservations again for a week in January. The weather cooperated and I didn't have any neighbors until the last night before I left. It was a peaceful week of long dog walks and shopping at... Continue Reading →

Barstow/Calico KOA

We did spend a week at the actual Calico Ghost Town campground but I had an extra 3 days before I needed to be in Bakersfield and I wanted to do laundry so we checked in here. This campground is also on Ghost Town Road but it's off a frontage road by the freeway and... Continue Reading →

Visalia/Sequoia KOA

I have stayed here twice and thought that I had written a review until I went back to check older blogs. I haven't written about this place and don't currently have any pictures so I'll "borrow" some from the internet. This is an easy on/easy off KOA from I-99 in the town of Visalia, not... Continue Reading →

Calico Ghost Town, Yermo, CA

Sometimes you want to relieve old memories and it doesn't live up to expectations and sometimes it does. I hadn't been here in 20 years and didn't remember much from that visit as I was mostly just photographing but my expectations were high though because I used to love Knott's Berry Farm in the 60s... Continue Reading →

On the Road Again

After 6 weeks parked in one spot to visit family and friends for the holidays, I'm back on the road. We (when I say "we" that refers to me and the dogs and cat) left Sacramento the day after New Year's Day and drove 3 hours to Visalia. We stayed again at the Visalia KOA... Continue Reading →

The Desert — the good and the bad

Benson KOA was a typical KOA and we enjoyed our stay. Thousand Trails Palm Desert was a nightmare. Benson KOA, Benson, AZ Positives: Quiet, easy on/off, large pull thru spaces Stocked store with supplies and souvenirs Dog walk area and off leash park Propane Helpful owners and employees and open 7 am to 7 pm... Continue Reading →

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