Like many things in California, RV camping is expensive. Most decent private campgrounds will run you between $30 and $50 per night depending on location. But a nice alternative is regional parks that seem prevalent at least in the middle part of the state. San Lorenzo is a great example of one of these parks. Lush green grass and plenty of flowering plants and trees surround this park, making you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, not in the middle of a town. It also has good interior roads that are easily navigated and nice clean facilities. Along with a putting green, horseshoe pits and laundry facilities this park even has a hut with a dedicated computer modem for you to hook your laptop to. All this and a low cost of around $25 per night for full hook up. So far our favorite campground this side of Baker Hill.




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