If you have a chance to visit the RV park in Paso Robles, you will surely be entertained by its beauty, ambiance, and cleanliness. The park is located in a small village in the outskirts of Paso Robles, a small city in the Philippines, and has lots of space for campers and RVs alike.
When the park first opened, there were some initial complaints about the lack of showers. The park manager, Robles, responded by installing a shower, but only with a manual pump. This is a problem for many RV parks, as every shower is a hassle. This is especially true if they are campers. The park, however, is still working to fix this in the future, so check back soon.
According to rvparkpaso.com, the park’s manager, Robles, is known for his friendly nature and great sense of humor. We wish him all the best.
A few months ago, we checked out a park in California. Their website was a bit sparse, so we started with the park itself. They had the usual variety of parks, with some campsites, some tent sites, and a few yurts. We also checked out the park manager, Robles, who was in charge of the park. He’s a friendly, hard-working man who’s always willing to help out.
He was a little bit strange but we figured that just because he was a park manager didn’t mean he was all mysterious and weird.
All the parks we checked out had the usual variety of campgrounds, as well as some yurts. We also checked out the park manager, Robles, who was in charge of the park. Hes a friendly, hard-working man whos always willing to help out.
Seems like he had a lot more things going on than some of the other parks we checked out. If you wanna get a feel for his personality, check out the video of him at the end of this article.
Robles, the park manager, has some pretty interesting quirks. When we found him, he was sitting in the back of his van and was talking on a cell phone. This is pretty unusual for a park manager, but it was even more unusual for him to be talking on his phone, which is even more unusual in a park. He also seems to be allergic to any kind of bug spray. No joke.
While it’s just his job, park managers are often the ones responsible for keeping the park safe, so it’s no surprise that he’s allergic to bug spray. It’s just another reminder that we don’t live in a very insect-friendly world.
It’s important to remember that we don’t have to deal with the actual hazards of the park. As a general rule of thumb, if you want to stay on the same street with the same people, you should stick to the same street street. If you need to run out of gas while you’re out, or you have a lot of power, this is the way to go.