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The monthly RV parks in Southern California have a warm sunny climate in common, but they individually offer a range of geographical atmospheres. Many Southern California RV parks tend to cater to well-being-conscious nature lovers. In addition to visiting countless tourist attractions, travelers can do everything from enjoying mountainous regions to exploring landscaped parks and scenic beaches. Finding a monthly RV park in Southern California is as simple as deciding on the type of terrain you prefer.
Birmingham RV Park is one of the different types of monthly RV parks in Southern California. Although the park allows children, Birmingham RV Park is predominately an adult community. Desert Oasis Mobile Home & RV Resort is exclusively for individuals who are 55 years of age or older. If you prefer a more kid-friendly type of site, a good choice is Orangeland RV Park. According to Orangeland, “the park prides itself on its family-friendly atmosphere.” Whether kid-friendly, adult-only or somewhere in between, the monthly RV parks in Southern California offer lots of amenities.
Monthly RV parks in Southern California vary in size. For example, Camp Williams Resort is a modest 49-site RV park nestled in the Angeles National Forest. Located in Van Nuys California, the Birmingham RV Park has 185 full hookup sites. The Birmingham RV sites provide enough space for two automotives in addition to your RV. Orangeland RV Park is in Orange, California, just a few blocks from the Honda Center. Orangeland’s 195 paved and beautifully landscaped sites are actually situated on a productive orange grove.
All the Southern California monthly RV sites contain water, sewer and 20- to 50-amp electrical services. Laundry, phone, cable and Internet services are also available, but restrictions vary from site to site. You can lounge in Orangeland’s soothing hot tub or treat your body to one of three hot-spring mineral spas at the Desert Oasis. Both parks provide shuffleboard and heated pools. Gold panning, arcade games and kids’ activities are featured at Camp Williams Resort. Cherry Valley Lakes RV Campground is near Palm Springs. Included in the campground’s features are the Cherry Valley children’s playground, horseshoe pits, tetherball, ping-pong, volleyball, shuffleboard and tennis courts.
Monthly RV parks in Southern California enable guests to enjoy a moderate climate year-round. Families benefit from a healthy lifestyle that consists of hiking, bicycling and walking. Enjoy a nice leisurely stroll in Camp Williams’ peaceful mountain setting. The Camp Williams location has riverfront paths to walk along, or you can take a dip in the nearby San Gabriel River. The 200-site Malibu Beach RV Park has breathtaking oceanfront spaces. The Malibu sites have easy beach access that makes daily jogging on the beach more inviting.
Asking about rules and park restrictions is vital when planning to stay at a Southern California monthly RV park. There are generally issues you may need to take into consideration. For instance, the Birmingham RV Park requires your RV be in good condition and not over 10 years old. At Desert Oasis, your monthly electricity is metered and you pay accordingly. Orangeland RV Park requires pets to be on a leash. These are just a few points to consider.
Charm Baker resides in California, wherein she earned a journalism degree and began writing well over fifteen years ago. She has worked as both a staff and freelance writer for publications such as: Los Angeles Trade Winds, LA Kids, Minority Advancement Profile, Business Training Schools, Inc. and 365iVibe.com.