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Old 08-14-2018, 07:22 PM   #1
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Any thoughts on best place to go after thanksgiving starting in Northern California? I知 thinking south to Arizona and New Mexico.
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Old 08-14-2018, 11:15 PM   #2
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Any thoughts on best place to go after thanksgiving starting in Northern California? I知 thinking south to Arizona and New Mexico.
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That sounds like a plan. Most of the rv parks in the northern part of the state are closed by that time (unless they are near large cities).

Tucson is nice and there are lots of places to see. Las Cruces is nice. We tend to take I 10 since it goes to Houston.

If you have time, take a tour of Texas. Lots to see. You won't run into snow unless you head the northern route. It doesn't last long, but it definitely gets colder.
Big Bend National Park is definitely worth seeing and that's peak tourist season for them (Nov - April)
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That sounds like a plan. Most of the rv parks in the northern part of the state are closed by that time (unless they are near large cities).
I don't know what you're talking about. Nearly all NorCal RV parks and state campgrounds are open in November.
When we lived in NorCal, for 20 years, we camped all over in November and sometimes in December.
You can camp year-round in most of NorCal.
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You can camp year-round in most of NorCal.
Sorry. Too brief an explanation on my part.

I meant northern AZ and NM. The park in northern NM close around the middle of Oct. They were very specific about that when we checked in a couple of days before closing
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First - I think you have to define what you consider to be ":NorCal". Most folks consider the Bay Area to be NorCal, which is really more of a central california location. I define NorCal as being north of Redding, Ca, having lived just below the Oregon border for 10 years. Thanksgiving is cold, freezing, snow often and can be miserable with I5 shut down at times for snow removal. So, where you go after Thanksgiving depends on your definition of Northern California.
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