Yair and I have spent the better part of the past fifteen months casually denouncing RV parks. Well, not actually denouncing, but we didn’t see the point in laying down a whole lot of money to live in a parking lot when there are national forests, parks and even city boondocking spots to be found.
Theoretically, that is still my stance. But – because we wanted to be close to public transportation to downtown San Francisco and because parking tends to be limited (and hilly!) in the Bay Area – we decided to make an exception and check into our very first RV park of the journey. I have to tell you – it ain’t bad.
Audiss RV Park boasts just the bare amenities – an area slightly larger than an RV parking spot to call your own, hook-ups, showers and laundry machines. But it’s been really nice to have a quiet, stationary spot for the RV during our stay, a rig that is always warm and a shower the fits the two of us.
RV park people, I get it!
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