Always in search of adventure, Stacey has handcrafted her dream life by taking her home and office on the road. She loves making a morning cup of coffee with a new view, having deep conversations with friends and leaving her plans open-ended so she can indulge her spontaneity.
Window to Crystal Cove State Park, CA
Window to the World Location:
Crystal Cove State Park in Orange County, California.
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We hike to them, cross the country for them, take pictures of them—how lucky I am to have views like this from my home. @thorindustries asked me to share my #WindowtotheWorld with you all as a #thorpartner, and this view is one of my favorites, even if only for a few nights. When you can live anywhere, why wouldn't you choose to wake up to a view like this? I spend hours trying to find the perfect camping spot, because as someone who works and lives full-time in their RV, I don't always get to fully explore where I land. But being able to stand here and stare out at a view like this is completely awe-inspiring. What inspires you outside your window? Maybe it's a tree that changes with the seasons and reminds you of the beauty of life? Maybe it's a starry night in the desert? Maybe it's a vibrant city life or your dog basking in the sunlight? Whatever it may be, join in sharing your own #WindowtotheWorld. I would love to see what's outside your RV window that makes you stop and smile :)
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Why do you like it here?
The best part about this camping spot at Crystal Cove is the view,
and easy access to Laguna Beach, Newport Beach and Crystal Cove State Beach.
What's your favorite place to eat in the area?
I’m a sucker for good views, so the Beachcomber just down on the beach was my go-to.
How do you decide where to go next?
I’m not much of a planner, so usually I just check in and see what I need. If I need connection to community, I will head towards a friend or camp near family. If I need to surf, I’ll look for spots on the coast, and on the flip side, if I am craving some time on the mountain, I’ll look in that direction. I also have to take into consideration my workload and plan around what I have on the horizon.
What's one piece of advice you have for RVers?
Don’t get caught up in a plan. You have freedom to stay when you want to stay, and go when you want to go, and that makes travel so much more enjoyable.
Share your unique view of RV life on Instagram, using #WindowToTheWorld and tag @ThorIndustries. There is a chance your post will be re-grammed or featured on the Thor website.