This is one of our Coast to Coast membership resorts and when we got here I was shocked to learn that we would have to pay an extra $13.50 a night for one of their "cheap" sites. Apparently the new owner has made this rule. I was really peeved. We will not be back. As much as I like this place, I object to paying over and above my membership fee of $10. Sorry, Mr New Owner, whoever you are.
*** UPDATE*** I have just spoken to Eileen at Coast to Coast. We have been given some extra points because of the extra charge and the information I have been able to pass on regarding Catalina Spa. She was able to give me some interesting information about new parks opening. That info will be in your C2C Magazine at some point.
We quickly found a site (78) that was somewhat protected from the howling gale and hunkered down for the night. By Monday morning It was calm and sunny and heating up nicely.
The pool and bathrooms near us are closed for renovation, although I have not seen one workman on site all week.
Most of the week has been spent just reading and relaxing and chatting to neighbours. One of our neighbours is from Ontario and he will be selling his 2015 C Class when they get back. It is a 24 foot and in very nice condition. We may take a look at it this week.
|The Day we arrived. So windy there was no-one in the pool. You can see the clouds pouring over Mt San Jacinto.|
|Site #78. The teeny tiny site for our teeny tiny trailer|
|Those trees to the right of the picture sheltered us quite a bit in the wind storm.|
|Morning exercises in the pool|
|A little pond near the pool area|
|The top rec hall.|
|I just love that mountain|
|A vintage 1968 Airstream|
|My view in the morning when I take Timmy for his walk.|
|Timmy and his new BFFs in the dog park|
|Mt San Gorgonio|
|Catching up on the computer|
|It has been so hot that even Michael came for a swim.|
|The last time we were here was in 2012, when we had our Jayco Seneca. Site 392|
I discovered when we were here last that the San Andreas Fault runs directly behind the park. The red arrow points to the fault and the green arrow to Catalina Spa.
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