We spent a couple of nights at Yank's RV Resort, which is off Highway 101, just outside of Monterey, in Greenfield, CA. The RV park is very nice, with concrete, pull-through full hookup sites. Many amenities are available, including a swimming pool, hot tub, laundry facility, fitness center and club house. Our favorite amenities were the small, fenced dog park for the labs to stretch their legs in and a pet wash area if you need it. The website does inform visitors of the very windy location, and it really can be very windy at this RV resort, so we did not set up our outdoor furniture unless we were going to be in the chairs, or who knows where they would end up. We paid about $54 a night for a deluxe pull-through site, there are back-in sites available for about $10 less, or a premium site for about $10 more. This puts it on the pricier end of the scale, but we thought it was worth the splurge to be able to see both Cannery Row, the ocean, the Yanks Air Museum, and wonderful wineries, all in the same weekend.
Greenfield is ideally located between Monterey and Paso Robles, so there are many sites to take in and many a winery open for tastings within a very short distance. Our favorite place to eat is in the nearby town of Salinas, at a small restaurant called The Crab Bucket. If you like a good and inexpensive seafood boil, this is the place to enjoy a meal. A friend recommended this restaurant, and we are so glad they did; any time we are in the area, we have a meal here.