Circle City Campers was
established in 1971 as a private RV family camping club which now has
members in the
Southern California - greater Inland
regional area, including Los Angeles, Orange,
Riverside, San Bernardino and San
Diego county RV'ers.
We are a family RV camping club with a small group of both young and old
(humm... not so very old!)
couples and families
who enjoy outdoor local camping trips
can pack up our RV's
and hang out
around the campfire, fish,
catch up on some rest and share
clubs center point for travel reference
is the 91fwy @ the 15fwy (Corona, California), setting a one-way 110-120
mile limit. Although its not carved in stone, it serves as a distance
guideline for the RV parks and campgrounds where we like to camp. The
campgrounds we attend have full hookups which includes a special rate
Most of the time we have an informal club
potluck type breakfast and dinner on Saturday with everyone kicking in a
recipe. We're not really a dry camping club. However, many in our club
together on the off weekends and do other types of camping activities as
campouts run from Barstow to San Diego, and from Ventura to Palm
Springs. Our members come from all over the Southern California area. It's
a family atmosphere. We average around 20-25 rigs in attendance at each
campout as the members schedule permit. Some come in on Thursday but most
of us arrive throughout the day on Friday and are gone by mid-Sunday
The club member make-up is families
including kids, middle age couples with their children off to play
retired folks enjoying the mix that the club brings along with their
grandkids and great-grandkids. Everyone one is friendly
and enjoys a good campfire story. Most of the rigs are 5th wheelers, pull
trailers, and motorhomes. We discourage Class B, pop-up trailers or tents
in general because the RV parks that we go to normally do not allow them.
Also keep in mind most RV parks we attend
have a "pride of ownership" clause in their contract, so if your rig is
pretty beat up you may run into some restrictions.
Just a quick reminder most RV parks have some breed restrictions in place.
So keep this in mind.
Our current by-laws require you to attend
one campout, meet our members, introduce yourself, and then our club
officers and you decide if we are a good match. If you want us and
we want you, then you will need to complete a membership application which
has your name, address, phone and some rig information for our files.
We normally do not allow non-members to
attend more than one campout without joining our club since the RV parks
hold us accountable for your reservation, conduct, and you know the
We also know it is very difficult to attend
an outing with a bunch of strangers, so we will do our best to certainly
make you feel at home. When you arrive at a campout on Friday there are
always members on the lookout for you.
Take a moment, look
Schedule of Events for the next
If you find a campout you would like to go, then
click the link that says,
Additional Information Request
and we will send you some extra information as soon as you check your e-mail.
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