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Let us do all the work, we'll deliver your unit and set it up for you! Featuring top of the line models from Weekend Warrior and Forest River, we deliver newer self-contained rental trailers to the following popular desert campgrounds:
Glamis Sand Dunes
The Glamis Sand Dunes are the most popular off-road destination in Southern California. Hundreds of thousands of visitors arrive on various holiday weekends, often grouping in popular areas during specific times of the day, such as Oldsmobile Hill in the afternoon and Gecko Road in the afternoon. The BLM estimates that over 1.4 million visitors come to these sand dunes each year for day-use riding or to camp over weekends and ride in the dunes.
The Glamis Sand Dunes are located southeast of the Salton Sea in the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area southeast of the Salton Sea. The recreation area is 44 miles long by 6 miles wide which extends along a northwest by southeast line that follows the prevailing winds.
The Dunes are a wildnerness area and with the exception of the All American canal which cuts through it, is devoid of structures. The lands are managed by the BLM and are the largest mass of sand dunes in California. Off Road Vehicles are permitted on some sections of the dunes, while other areas are closed. A camping permit is required and is provide d with your rental.
Gordons Well Sand Dunes
Gordons Well is located in Imperial County, California 10.5 miles southwest of Ogilby, at an elevation of 154 feet. Famous for it's sand dunes, it is easily accessed just off Interstate 8. Take the Gordons Well exit off of I-8. Go north. At "T", turn right and drive over the canal.
Buttercup Sand Dunes
To reach the Butter Cup Sand Dune Campground take I-8 to the Grays Well exit. The Buttercup campground is south of the highway, to the left.
The American Legion #416, San Dieguito branch is pleased to announce a renaming dedication ceremony for a street in Encinitas to honor Colonel Jack Kelly. The Colonel has since passed away, and this is our way to honor his commitment and services to our country.
All those attending the renaming ceremony may find peace and solidarity knowing that a good man will be remembered and honored. The ceremony takes place on the 30th of May in the downtown area of Encinitas starting at 10:45 am.
In addition to the street naming ceremony, we will be remembering all the brave men and women who have died protecting our nation on Memorial Day. Visitors are welcome to enjoy live music and a barbecue after the Marine Colonel Jack Kelly Way Dedication Ceremony.
The science center in San Diego, known as the Fleet, has made arrangements to open one hour earlier than regularly scheduled hours for families with kids that have autism. A quieter area without the public will benefit the kids and give them a better chance to explore exhibits without so many distractions. Kids of all ages can learn about science from eight galleries and 100 interactive exhibits.
The early opening for Autism Accessibility Mornings at the Fleet begins at 9 am, but you’re welcome to view the museum for the remainder of the day. Early opening days are scheduled for each month through the 18th of June on each third Saturday.
Bring the whole family for a fun learning day about science at the museum, located at 1875 El Prado.
On April 30, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., at Bay Park in San Diego, everyone is welcome to join in the ACT! Today For Military Families 5K and 10K Run and Walk to support Military Families needing Autism Care and Treatment. There will be a 5k and 10k course as well as a 1-mile course, and you can enjoy live music. There will be vendor booths set up for you to see, a kids’ zone, and also a beer and wine garden for the adults.
Come to 1300 E. Mission Bay Drive, San Diego, CA 92109. The cost ranges from $20 to $45 per person/family. It starts at Tecolote Shores Park and goes around Fiesta Island where it is beautiful and safe! In 2015, the run sported 1,500 walkers and raised around $500,000 for military families with autistic children.
The Santee School Distr. is hoping you can attend our second annual 5K run to be held on Saturday the 16th of April. We’re looking for kids and adults of all ages that want to turn out in Hawaiian costumes to compete in the run and win prizes.
Santee Aloha 5K Fun Run & Walk
We’re expecting a lot of folks who want to come out to test their running skills, check out the many craft booths and all sorts of fun activities. Proceeds help to benefit all the kids going to Santee schools enrolled in Science, Technology and the Arts.
The event will take place at the Santee Town Ctr., located at 550 Park Ctr. Dr. in Santee, California. Races begin at 7:30 in the morning.
The Triathlon Club of San Diego has a long, rich history of helping members to reach their goals. We offer support to every member on various levels by offering organized races, social activities, month meetings and coached clinics to triathletes.
Members enjoy weekly workouts, training, racing and hearing speakers during monthly meetings. If you would like to learn more about our club, we will be holding our next meeting on the 27th of March, which will be held from 7-9 am.
The meeting will take place in the park at Mission Bay at the Fiesta Island-Enchanted Cove. We’re expecting as many as 200 to attend and would love to see you there to explain how we can encourage and support your triathlon endeavors. Hope you’ll join us!
It’s that time of year again when the weather is just perfect for racing competition. SDBC is proud to present the Fiesta Island Time Trial Series in San Diego at Fiesta Island.
Whether you’re an individual ready to test your skills, a team or tandem riders, we’re looking forward to great competition to see which riders will be the fastest on this fun and exciting 20K ride.
The event will take place on Sunday the 13th of March. Racing hours run from 7-9 am. Register early to assure your racing spot. The maximum number of riders per event is 150. All participating riders must ride with their own helmet.
Racing competition begins at 7 am sharp, and we look forward to a fun and entertaining day.
The Princess Project of San Diego will be hosting its 9th annual runway event on Thursday, February 25 at the Stone Brewery Bistro & Gardens. The theme of the event will be “Everything Old is New Again,” and FIDM Fashion Club will be on hand for an extravagant prom dress fashion show and competition. Guests will also enjoy hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction and a dessert bar.
The Princess Project’s 9th annual runway event will be held from 6 PM to 9 PM on February 25. The Stone Brewery Bistro & Gardens is located at Liberty Station at 2816 Historic Decatur Road in San Diego, California. Pre-sale tickets are $45 each, or $35 for students with a valid ID. More information about this event and the Princess Project San Diego can be found at princessprojectsd.org.
February 14th has always been a special day, but competing in the Jump Start Your Heart 5k makes it even more so.
CHF needs runners and walkers of all sizes and shapes to participate in our 5k event at the park in Mission Bay, located at 2688 Mission Bay Drive in San Diego. By registering and participating in this Valentine’s event you can help children of all ages who were born with heart defects.
Our event starts promptly at 10 in the morning, and registration runs from $40 to $45. We’re looking for contestants that would enjoy supporting our efforts regardless of their speed or endurance. We need your support whether you’re old or young to make this the best turnout ever for supporting the heart foundation for children.
Project Helping is a Manzanita Canyon volunteer-based cleanup project that takes place in San Diego, CA. Since Project Helping has adopted the Manzanita Canyon, it requires the help of volunteers to get it back into tip top shape. Since this is such a large undertaking, we rely on the help of volunteers. This project will take place in a series of three different events to get the Manzanita Canyon back to its natural beauty.
All you need is your willingness to help. The canyon can be accessed from the Thorn Street on the north end. Please join us on Saturday, January 23rd, 2016, beginning at 9 AM and see what an impact your help can make. Please register today.
Please read more at http://oceantoday.noaa.gov.