There are 127 marked spaces that are each about 50' long, which is why we need two spaces. This stretch is about 1 mile long. You will have RV's parked in front of you and in back of you, but not on either side. You have an unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean and the Channel Islands. The sites are all dry camping spots, and pretty much every site has it's own fireplace, although we still use our portable one. There are porta potties every 20 sites, and dumpsters for your trash. Beach access is just a matter of climbing down the rocks to the sand.....the cost is $28/night. From April to October 31st the maximum stay is 5 days, but during the other months you can stay for up to 2 weeks. If you desire hookups there are two county run parks (Faria on the north end of Rincon, and Hobson on the south end) where you can get up to 50 amp electric, water, sewer and pretty good cable TV, as well as showers, restrooms, and an onsite cafe. It's a little pricey at $48/night, but the view is as amazing as Rincon, but with hookups.
Some of you may not know it, but the picture of our Newell on the masthead of this blog was taken on Rincon Parkway about 5 years ago.
We took a 2 mile walk on the beach around 1 pm, and then settled in to read the rest of the afternoon. Then it was time to welcome in the third sunset of our sojourn here on Rincon.....
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