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Old 07-01-2015, 11:14 AM   #1
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Well, I decided to head back to Ventura County and spend a little more time in the tiny town of Ojai.... I love it there! Found a great little park called Denison County Park that offers dry camping for $21 and had plenty of space on a Saturday night. There is tent camping up the hill from the site I stayed in that does not allow RV's, but the lower area is very RV freindly (especially smaller, FG trailers!), quiet and has lots of shady sites. Really enjoyed my time there and will definitely return. Here's a video I made while I was there..... enjoy!

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Well, I decided to head back to Ventura County and spend a little more time in the tiny town of Ojai.... I love it there! Found a great little park called Denison County Park that offers dry camping for $21 and had plenty of space on a Saturday night
$21 for dry camping??? In many places I visited it is full hook-up price (including WiFi).
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$21 for dry camping??? In many places I visited it is full hook-up price (including WiFi).
$21 for dry camping is a fair price in the Golden State. With most state parks at $35 and up for dry camping $21 is a bargain. About all that might be less are some National Forest sites.

Not to mention that Ojai is a very popular destination area and is only a short drive to Ventura, Santa Barbara and the Beaches.

And BTW: Very few, if any, sweltering, high temp/high humidity daze.
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Bob is exactly right. There are plenty of areas where I wouldn't consider $21 a bargain for dry camping, but in most of California, it is. Camping is a bit pricey in these areas but they obviously have their benefits in terms of weather and beauty!
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