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Old 08-27-2016, 10:52 PM   #11
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If you've only got ten days, head up 395 to the Sierras. Tons of campgrounds, and you'll be there in a day, and spend the rest of the time camping and touristing around. If you're dead set on Utah, you can make the Zion area in one hard day of driving, but it is a long day.

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Old 10-08-2016, 06:52 AM   #12
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Thank you! When our last child was born, both my wife and I took several weeks off work and were able to get some camping in after my wife felt up to it. Probably try to do that again this time.


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Congratulations To you both. Hello from Orange County! Have you camped at Doheny StTe Beach campground in Dana Point? It's great for families with flat campground, beautiful grassy park nearby, and you stay right at the beach. Close by is the Ocean Institute, the historic tall ship the Pilgrim, boat marina, and you can even take a boat cruise to Catalina Isle, although probably not with babies!

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Old 01-11-2017, 10:57 AM   #13
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Having a hard time planning a trip for next year. I'd like to do about 10 days as we have another trip (flying) to Michigan planned. I'd like to stay in the western US with Utah being about as far East as I'd like to go.

Was thinking doing the National Parks tour in Utah but it'll be super hot in the summer months when the kids are out of school.

Start would be Southern California.

Whatcha got?


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Hi, Andrew!

We just did a 51 daytrip around the western half of the USA and much of it was spent on the West Coast. Here is our blog if you want to check it out:

Safe travels!

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