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jackandh2o
Has anyone stayed at this park. It shows a Julian address but I can't find it in the forum.

Thanks
Ray
gwbischoff
QUOTE(jackandh2o @ Jan 23 2008, 10:38 AM) *

Has anyone stayed at this park. It shows a Julian address but I can't find it in the forum.

Thanks
Ray


Where'd you find that one? I'm not familiar with it. Please post the link.
HappiestCamper
I'm assuming this is it - http://www.butterfieldresort.com - and there's no review here.
gwbischoff
Looks like virgin territory.

Looking forward to the review.

Love that area.
jackandh2o
We have a week between a grandsons birthday in Hemet this Saturday and a Super Bowl party next week in Fontucky so I was looking for somewhere to stay during the week.
We were thinking maybe a couple of days at Lake Skinner and then a couple of days at Pinezanita in Julian.
In my search I remember 30+ years ago we used to camp at Vail Lake/Butterfield Country.
I had forgotten it called Vail Lake now and when I typed in Butterfield I got this place.

Not sure what we are really going to do, it's been 30 + since we did a lot of camping.

I'm open to any suggestions.

Thanks
Ray
jackandh2o
happiestcamper, that is the campground.

Ray
FosterImposters
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I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks Ray
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Hello Jack and H2O:
Like you, it's been A LONG time since we stayed at this campground. Looks like (from the link) some upgrading has occured since our boon-docking days in the surrounding deserts. We normally just continue on into Borrego Springs to either the State Park (small, but does have full hook-ups), or the newest RV Golf Resort. Watched the superbowl last year at the State Park on our Directv Sat dish, no problem.

NOTE: Julian is high elevation. Translation: winter weather. Snow, ice, and everything associated with winter. Julian area was also hit (again) last fall with more devistating fires. Not sure how Pinezsanita fared.

Hope this helps. cool.gif
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