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Old 06-19-10, 10:15 PM   #1
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Good S24O sites for Southern California?

I was wondering if there is a website dedicated to S24O kind of touring in the Southern California area?

Living in a largely [over]populated area you can ride all day and not get away from tract housing and traffic jams, but there has to be some good places around.

I am taking my first "real" tour in the Spring and want to do as many overnight/weekend trips as possible between now and then. The closest bike camp site is Doheney State Beach. There are several other RV only "campgrounds" close by as well....
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Not sure about Doheney but San Clemente has a hiker/biker camp. Further south San Elijo kind of has one. A few years ago I stopped to ask them about their hiker/biker camp and was told essentially if you look like bike tourer and not a vagrant they will let you stay in the camp.
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