Welcome back Blue Dog’s Blog friends and family! Last time we left off at the beautiful Lassen National Forest. In this blog, we are going west over the mountains and over to the northern coast of California.
My sister and her husband just recently purchased a Vintage 1963 Avalon Trailer. (It’s a Collector Version). It is classic! It even has the original turquoise appliances on the inside. So, we planned our first adventure in it. Destination, Sun Lakes Park Resort near Coulee City, WA.
As promised, we are back with our next location! We’re going to stay on the southern end of Washington but jump over the Cascades and land in Eastern Washington at (drum roll please ) Crow Butte Park. The park is 275-acres and is on an island located in southwestern Benton County. Which is the same county as our Kennewick location and right next to our Pasco location (Franklin County) in case you need to pick up any RV parts! My family loves camping here; we have lots of great memories and time spent.
Good Day Blue Dog RV family and friends!!
One of the most pleasurable aspects of being on the floor at Blue Dog RV in Redmond is enjoying all the pretty and handsome critters that visit us. We are a pet-friendly location and we love getting a chance to meet all members of the family that will be camping in their new RV!
Throughout the U.S there are unknown wonders of nature coming to life right before your eyes. Activities both day and night for anyone to enjoy.
I’ve been asked why I picked California. I was born there (Glendale) and it just carries a lot of good memories for me. Golden Shore RV is close to my sister’s house, but not intruding, about an hour away. Flying Flags RV is less than ¼ mile away from a family member of mine. It’s the general gathering place yearly for a family reunion, but you’ll find out all about that later on!
Welcome, Blue Dog Family! Today we are plunging into the hardest part of camping, for some, picking where to go! Once you purchase your new or used RV from Blue Dog RV, you can’t wait to get out on the open road and take that baby for a spin. If you’re anything like me, then you have a hard time locking down exactly where you want to go. I’ve got you covered. Washington State is the best place to camp because it has two completely different climates depending on which side of the Cascades you’re on.