Yucaipa is a smaller community that is in the foothills of the San Bernardino mountains. You will be parking in the driveway with tow vehicle parking available on the street. RV must be parked so it does not overhang the sidewalk. Slide outs on the lawn side are ok if parked in the driveway. No slides of parked on the street
Please respect our neighbors!
No smoking on property running generates after OK generators from 7:00 a.m to 9:30pm
RV may not overhang the sidewalk
On street— if right is 25’ or shorter it may be parked in the driveway. If over 25’ you may park on the street in front of the house and park other vehicle in the driveway
- Large city park about 1 block away with walking paths, tennis courts, racquet ball court (fee), baseball fields.
- About 5 miles to Oak Glen Apple growing region
- About 30 miles to Big Bear Lake. close to the mountains and the desert.
- About 30 - 40 miles to Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park
- Mosley Historical Museum (small of local Yucaipa history)
- Yucaipa Performing Arts Center (check website for events (https://yucaipaperformingarts.org/)
We enjoyed our stay fully! The neighborhood was quiet, and it was just a short ride to downtown Yucaipa and apple picking in Oak Glen. The hosts were great, friendly, and informative. Really a perfect introduction for us using Boondockers :)
We had a nice stay in Yucaipa with CCastle and family. Nice quiet spot in driveway close to town and a nice county park. Would stay again if in the area.
Doc and I had a relaxing and a enjoyable stay on their property. The host was helpful and friendly. We appreciate them letting us stay on their property.
Charles & Di are friendly, generous folks who allowed us to stay at their spot even though they were leaving that same day we arrived. They alerted their neighbors to our visit so we were OK to pull along the front of their home in a residential neighborhood where we unhooked & parked our toad in their driveway. The street parking turned out to be all right by evening when incoming traffic to the neighborhood was reduced to just a few cars. Nearby is a nice big city park as well as a regional park, so we walked & explored those with our dog to stretch our legs. Then we hoped in our Jeep and drove up into nearby Oak Glen enjoying the mountain road and admiring all the ranches along the way. Once evening came there were many nearby places to grab a bite to eat, then we retired to our RV. We slept well, but morning came early about 5:30AM (an hour before sunrise) when traffic started up with folks presumably heading early off to their So Cal commutes. So we made some coffee, packed things up and headed off to our next destination. Thank you to Charles & Di for their hospitality!