Posted on 16 Jan, 2019
Jack Kerouac famously penned in his novel On the Road, “There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” If those words speak to you, be sure to ask about the homesites available with potential RV parking at Centennial.
Kadence Plan 2 (shown above) showcases the RV parking potential available at Centennial.
These select homesites with potential RV parking were planned for your convenience, so you can get up and go for the weekend without delays to pick up your RV. When the open road is calling your name, there are several RV-friendly destinations just right for a long weekend nearby Centennial’s new master-planned community in Menifee.
San Bernardino National Forest
Camp lakeside in SoCal’s natural oasis. As you explore the San Bernardino Mountains, cast a line into a mountain stream for your shot at trout. Then head up to Apple Valley and check out the Deep Creek hot springs. Or simply take a moment to observe wildlife whether it’s bald eagles nesting near the shores of Big Bear Lake or bighorn sheep along the canyon side. View their website for developed and wilderness campus offerings.
Joshua Tree National Park
For some, it’s a spiritual awakening. For others, Joshua Tree provides a quiet space to reflect. Plan ahead to make the most of your time here. Book in advance for a tour of the Keys Ranch estate where William F. Keys and his family spent six decades raising cattle and living in the Mojave. Or relax while quartz crystal bowls play in the sound chamber at Integratron, located 16 miles north of the park. If having a hot shower close by is still a must-have, consider RV camping on the southern edge of the Mojave Desert at Joshua Tree Lake.
Laguna Mountain Recreation Area
Nestled into the mountain at 6,000 feet in elevation, many hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail choose to use the Laguna Campground as an evening point to stop. However, they also have RV spots here so you can take a timelapse of the stars overnight or snap incredible morning photos while the trees reflect on the Little Laguna Lake. Looking to learn more about the surrounding flora and fauna? Families can find out more during the educational programs hosted at the facility’s amphitheater.
Looking for a community that helps you integrate home and time on the road? And a gorgeous, comfortable home to return to after your adventures? Be sure to join the Centennial Interest List to find the perfect place to enjoy both.