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Old 10-09-2016, 09:04 PM   #1
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Would you recommend a good rv parks near Rancho Cucamonga? My kid wedding coming up soon. I want to take my rig for a trip. Safety is my concern.

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Old 10-09-2016, 09:31 PM   #2
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Sorry raptor, My brother lives there and I have let to find an RV park in the area. Let me know if you find one.
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Old 10-09-2016, 09:50 PM   #3
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It may not be in Rancho Cucamonga but I found a great campground in San Dimas about 12 miles west called East Shore RV Park

I was travelling thru the area and needed to stop for the night and accidently found this campground. It is a little pricey but everything is around there.
I really like the area I stated in UNIT A

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http://www.eastshorervpark.com/home

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I will be heading up to Washington next year and maybe you could help suggest some nice RV parks up there.
North of Seattle.
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Agree with East Shore RV Park.
Best in the area and short drive on I10 to RC.
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12 miles is not bad. I was thinking about getting enterprise to drop off a rental car because I am not equip for towing yet. I will check out.
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Our first trip was south of Seattle. Elwha River Dam RV park. It was just wonderful. Very quiet even though this was in June and pretty crowded. Lovely owners. Good walking and bike riding close by.
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https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Re...ashington.html

I know you said north, but this is a great area in general.
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I found this one north of Seattle called Lake Pleasant

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Close to Rancho Cucamonga in CA

Cottonwood @ Rancho Jurupa Park in Jurupa Valley (Riverside Co) is a great place to stay and also close by to Rancho Cucamonga. There are two campgrounds there and I recommend the newer one, Cottonwood. It's close to the 60, 15 & 10 freeways.

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It may not be in Rancho Cucamonga but I found a great campground in San Dimas about 12 miles west called East Shore RV Park

I was travelling thru the area and needed to stop for the night and accidently found this campground. It is a little pricey but everything is around there.
I really like the area I stated in UNIT A

WEBSITE
http://www.eastshorervpark.com/home

Check it out.


I will be heading up to Washington next year and maybe you could help suggest some nice RV parks up there.
North of Seattle.
Been there myself... and YMMV here. We were on the "F" loop which is definitely not as nice as the A/B/C loops. Much tighter spacing between campsites down on F and you are much closer, perhaps right under, the local airport departure path. This loop is also where the group sites are and we had folks behind us treating their site as a group site with tents and late parties. Watch out for the mini-bears or in this case skunks as they were *everywhere* at night.

I walked the A and B loops and they looked much nicer with space between campsites and views. I would stay there again but only if I could get into A/B/C loops. Don't think I would do F again.
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