We are parked adjacent to the Pacific Ocean, about 20 t0 25 feet from the shoreline. We hear the waves as they crash against the sand and rocks all day and all night long. When the tide comes in, the water reaches the rocks that are right next to the motorhome, about 15 feet below us.
There are 126 spots for motorhomes and RVs along this stretch of the beach, and most are taken. It cost $27 a night to be here. We figured out that Ventura County collects over a million dollars a month when all spaces are filled. And, there is nothing for them to do but to collect the money and empty the trash and a couple of porta-potties.
Besides the pleasant noise of the ocean, we have to put up with the trains that pass by day and night behind us. We are used to them, and even Chanti doesn't care.