we walk the mutts on this path every morning
to the left of the fence is the back end of the resort
to the right is vacant land - home to coyotes, bunnies, roadrunners, snakes and teeny lizards
JohnnyDisco strikin' a pose
the lot we're on is bare, but many of the private RV sites have elaborate patios and build-outs
or small apartment size casitas
below is one of our faves; simple, private and very tropical
here's the seldom used walking path heading towards the resort entrance
the resort is well taken care of and landscaped regularly
the park maintenance staff / grounds crew is mostly Hispanic - a bunch of super nice guys who don't speak much English and don't mock me when we chat in Spanish (at least I don't think they're mocking me :)
14th hole on the golf course (I've lost so many balls in that stupid water hazard I should invest in scuba gear)
besides golf and tennis, there are lots of hiking trails around this area
Our very basic spot at the resort is $800 month (including utilities and golf for 2 people) but the majority of RV sites are upwards of $1000/month including golf.
It's more $$$ than us cheapsters wanted to spend this winter, but you just can't beat the weather here in southern California.