Before our RV cracked it’s radiator. *sigh* We had arranged to stay in a really nice RV resort.
Yes, for three nights we were supposed to enjoy the good life, enjoying the amenities of the nicest campground we’ve ever stayed at, Coyote Valley RV Resort, tucked into Silicon Valley!
Seeing as we only ended up staying one night and less than 24 hours because of our RV break down, I was really bummed we missed out on enjoying a lot of the great things to do at this RV resort.
Including the salt water pool and spa that our site was literally STEPS away from! STEPS!! Do you understand me?! We were going to get to hang out at a great pool we were steps away from for three days! *hangs head and sobs*
Even though we didn’t get to do our three day stint at the pool, we did get to enjoy the pool twice before our RV broke down on the way to see the Pacific Ocean, and I have to tell you… Coyote Valley BROUGHT THE TUNES! I sat there and sang my heart out to the 80’s and 90’s music being pumped out of the patio speakers. I’m sure everyone there enjoyed my singing abilities immensely. I know I did.
The kids and I were also able to have fun in the Entertainment Center the morning before we left on our fateful trip. It’s a great area with lots of board games, a ping pong table, a big TV and a full kitchen for family gatherings.
And check out this patio with a built-in barbecue and fireplace!
*sigh* So lovely!
And there was even outside activities you could enjoy, including: badminton, horseshoes & a putting green.
Inside the clubhouse is also a convenience store for those items you might have forgotten to pack.
There’s so much more at this RV resort (check out the full list of amenities here). I am just sick, SICK, I tell you, that we didn’t get to stay the three days we had planned. But if we are ever back in this area with our RV, we will for sure stay here again!
Tomorrow we will hopefully be back in our RV and back on the road again! We’re headed to the Grand Canyon, so follow the fun using the hashtag #LazyRVAdventure!
Disclosure: Coyote Valley RV Resort provided us with a three night stay, of which we used one. *wink* All opinions expressed are my own and no other compensation was received.