Campsites and RV Parks in California

There's plenty to see and do in California. Whether you are the outdoor type or shopaholic, you'll find more than enough to keep you entertained. Choose from remote wilderness, monster roller coasters, culturally significant landmarks, intriguing exhibitions, or endangered animals. You won't be disappointed!

With a year-round growing season, a colorful mix of cultures from around the globe and artful chefs California is alive and cooking. It is also the most important wine growing area in the United States, producing 90 percent of the nations wine.

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Calizona RV Park is located on the historic route 66 overlooking the Colorado River and Topock wetlands. Winter daytime temps are mild and range in the mid 70's which makes it a very comfortable home away from home. You will enjoy a quiet and relaxing desert visit away from the large crowds of the city, while being only minutes away from the excitement of Laughlin Nevada, golfing, boating, fishing and many other activites . Outlet shopping is nearby, and courtesy busses arrive twice a week to whisk you off to nearby casinos. The park is only a couple miles from ancient Indian artifacts (Mystic Maze) and the Havasu Wildlife National Refuge for anyone interested in the natural wonders of the area. A great place for rockhounding, hiking, and exploring, all within only a few miles.

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