|Site 121 at Wilderness Lakes|
|There were about 5 of these ponds/canals around the park.|
|Nice family pool|
|Two hot tubs|
Now to get to the WOW part!
On our second to last day there we decided to take a drive up to check out Jojoba Hills Escapee Co-op park. We had heard so much about it from people who have stayed there. You can buy a lot there for a price of around $30,000 and then there is a monthly maintenance fee. Not sure how much that is. There are communal buildings, activities, and a fabulous community. If we were American, I would seriously consider putting our names down for a lot. Non owners can rent a site for up to 28 days a year. You are also able to boondock there for $7.50 a night for 7 nights max.
We were blown away by the beauty of the place. It is so well maintained and the sites are absolutely fantastic. Built on terraces up the side of a hill. Almost all sites have mountain views. The flowers and landscaping, which is all done by volunteers and site owners is very impressive.
|The road up the hill|
|Lovely spot for quiet meditation|
|The sites are all large|
|The pool and hot tubs all overlook Mount Palomar|
|Incredibly well stocked library|
|A place to spend hours reading|
|The pool was covered to keep it warm. It is maintained year round at a temperature in the 80s|
|Colorful flower beds|
|Wild flowers on the hillside|
|A riot of color|
|I wonder if this is new since all the rain|
|There are about 5 ponds in the park|
To see some videos on the park just search for "Jojoba Escapee park"on Youtube.com. There are several videos
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