Monday, December 08, 2008

For RVers, LA beach is a park place in the sun

Los Angeles Times - CA,USA

Life for campers at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa del Rey comes with whiffs of the nearby sewage treatment plant and the regular roar of jets from Los Angeles International Airport a mile away.

But the recreational vehicle park's loyal patrons like the palm-tree-lined patch of asphalt, where they have ocean views and sand at their doorstep for less than $40 a night during winter.

And they say they love its quirky community of renters.

"You just say hi to one person, and next thing you know you're talking to the next person," said Doug Allen, who was smoking a cigarette outside his RV on a recent morning. "We'll all get together and barbecue, have a few beers, have a little party."

Dockweiler, which is run by Los Angeles County, is home away from home for a handful of RVers who regularly stay at the park on the days they work in Los Angeles.
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