Sugar Barge RV Resort, Bethel Island, CA

I knew that Sugar Barge was a popular spot for RV rallies, always filling up, so I thought I would try it. Monthly fees are the most economical so I paid for one month --$800, includes everything. After 21 days, you are saving money even if you leave prior to one month being up. We... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

Johnson Bayou RV Park

I wanted to explore the real Louisiana but after a night in Johnson Bayou, I decided from now on, I'll stick to the main highways and the expensive resorts.  All along Gulf Beach Highway (#82), there are rv park after rv park but they are not rv resorts.  The manager of the one I checked... Continue Reading →

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