Empty Brannan Island and Prundale KOA

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Brannan Island Day Use Area
Awesome bike path that runs through the entire park. The bike path turned out to be a nice morning ride and along the way we met a couple whom use Brannan Island a lot to visit their daughter in Sacramento. They commented how awesome the birding is and how many bike rides there are that can be done using the park as a base to explore all the little delta towns

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Campsite #
Dry area at this time of the season and very empty during the week.

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Prunedale KOA site # 133

We decided to stop in Prunedale for the night – our first time staying in a KOA (50$ for full hook-ups). The hosts were very nice and put us into a site that didn’t have anyone directly next to us (two parking spots basically). Tight quarters in this KOA – stepping out of the door was a challenge (slight drop off if you weren’t careful into the site below us) with our trailer since we have a front bedroom and the site was set up for the door to be at that spot. We had full hookups in site 133 and it was a pullthru for 50 dollars. We used the pool and the store and explored the area.

In the morning we took showers knowing the next four days we would have no water at Kirk Creek Campground in Big Sur. I did purchase two 5.5 gallon Reliance Rhino Pak Water containers after reading the fabulous blog http://malimish.com/blog/boondocking/ that this family has.