you'll see that hybrids are a rarity out here. don't hardly ever see other hybrids at Calif. campgrounds.
there are a few more than when we got ours back in '06, but they still are not common and this is the perfect place for hybrids. after all these years of owning one, i still don't get why it's that way.
Cool pic. I am jealous. We are in Michigan and camping season is almost over. Gotta winterize soon and put the Roo 23ss in winter storage the first week of November. I lived in Northern CA for a few years while I was in college.
Enjoy the new hybrid and the year round camping!!!
Bikendan's correct - Lake Casitas. One particular area called Fox has level pads, grassy sites with full hookups, and views of the lake. Very near Ojai, which is a nice day trip. Our next trip is Morro Bay SP in October. Terier, from your posts looks like you're in the Inland Empire. We have camped many years at Yucaipa Regional Park, and we are returning in November (apple harvest in Oak Glen). Are there any other campgrounds out that way you've tried? Thanks.
GilnJo - Glad you had a great first trip in your Shamrock 23SS. We just got back from our 3rd night in our new (as of August 2011) Shamrock 23SS. Just went to a "close to home" Ohio State Park. We also really love our new trailer. Rained all day yesterday, but no problem - just watched movies! I did use a memory foam mattress topper (as suggested for me to try in a previous post) and it really made the front bed wonderful.