West Coast Region


Codorniz Campground – we used this park near a nice lake as a base camp to visit Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks since we tow a car  

Hidden Beaches RV Park – right on the lower Colorado River, and close to Interstate

Meadowbrook RV Park, Perris, and CA (National RV plant)

Santa Fe RV Resort, San Diego, CA

Shadow Hills RV Resort – close to Indio shopping district, second only to Rodeo Drive, and General Patton Memorial Museum and Joshua Tree National Park

Sierra Trails RV Park – and oasis in the desert, this campground is a nice quiet place for an overnighter on your way up central California.

Wine Country RV Park Sonoma – very tight small park in the middle of a very upscale urban area – it was fine since our objective was to visit wineries in the daytime.


Catfish Junction RV Park & Campground, Huntington, OR – a very friendly RV park near Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

Pioneer RV Park, Hermiston, OR – a nice, quiet, well run RV park near the wineries of southeast Washington State


Mar Don Resort, Othello, WA – a resort campground on a fishing lake near Grand Coulee Dam

Trailer Inns RV Park, Yakima, WA – an RV park in town [but quiet] near Mount Rainier National Park