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Old 01-31-2021, 02:05 PM   #21
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Walnut Ridge CG

This is a beautiful well manicured CG out in the IN countryside. The owners live across the street from the CG entrance. The CG does not have provisions for dumping sewer or gray water at your site. We stayed a week and I had to use our blue boy one time. A beautiful country golf course a few miles away and great family restaurants in New Castle.

There is a well maintained dump station as you exit the CG. It's also easy to dump and flush your "Blue Boy" there.

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Our site was a pull thru with W&E (50A) and a concrete slab. We had clear skies for our dish antenna.

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Old 02-10-2021, 10:16 AM   #22
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Natchez Trace state park sits on a huge section of land about 8 miles south of I-40 at exit 108. It has all the amenities you would expect from a large SP and more.

Our parking site was the largest we ever had in all of our travels. It was a 50 AMP FHU and washing the tow vehicle and RV were allowed, once. There are three different RV parking areas. We were parked at the Pin Oak CG. It’s been awhile since we’ve been there. On our last stay your CG receipt acted as your fishing license. It allowed everyone at your campsite to fish in all of the park’s lakes and streams. I could walk across the CG road in front of our trailer, walk down a well used path and fish from the banks all the way to pavilion 2. I got some nice bass and pan fish on my trips down that path.

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During one long journey across the northern states using US-2, we found plenty of well established RV Parks & CGs without having to make reservations. For those with discount cards or military discounts we found many that would give the 7th day free. Most of the smaller ones like Northland RV Park at South Range were always clean with friendly management staffs.

About every 2nd or 3rd stop we spend a week. Especially if the side trips are lengthy. From this CG we ventured far and wide. Up north to a cozy little Indian Casino with a friendly restaurant. Then we went south on a big loop on very scenic highways. On one of them we found some of the Walton wealth. Oil, lots of it. We went to Duluth, MI twice. Itís a beautiful little city. At the city park you can go right down and soak your feet in the waters of Lake Superior.

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Old 08-06-2021, 11:19 AM   #24
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Because I’m retired from the USN (31 years) we qualify for military RV Parking wherever available. Some often wonder why we don’t post about parking out west. The area is saturated with military RV Parks and we use them. They are less expensive and when located within the confines of the base, security is provided 24/7. Many offer long term “snow bird” parking with ample overflow sites to park in while waiting for a FHU site.

One year we decided to spend three months at the naval recreational area in San Diego, CA. (They now allow civilians to park there with approved MWR passes). It was a rainy year and in excess. Mud slides were reported in the surrounding mountains and we left. We had called the Naval Air Facility at El Centro and got into an overflow site with FHU – 30 AMPS, we took it.

NAF El Centro is the winter home for the Blue Angel’s Navy flight demonstration team. They got there almost the same time as us. We got air shows 5 days a week starting at 0800 each day. Before they got there the RV population equaled the base population. We could eat at the chow hall 5 days a week without reservations.

Our overflow site was in an old parking lot that backed-up to an active ball field. A short walk across the street was the chow hall, bowling alley and golf driving range. A RV maintenance center was at the west end of the parking lot.

We were going to stay 2 months but the rain found us once again. Without an adequate water drainage system the parking lots filled with water. The base had to hire huge tanker trucks that had the ability to vacuum the excess water and dump it in the nearby aqueduct. We went to Yuma and found a vacancy at a seniors (55+) RV Park and parked there for the rest of our winter stay in the west. It did rain at Yuma, but not heavy. The rain awakened the dormant flowers and the surrounding desert areas became beautifully covered with all kinds of desert flower colors.

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Old 01-30-2022, 02:21 AM   #25
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We sold our home at Jacksonville, FL in 2002 and purchased our 38í Keystone Everest from a large dealership at Seffner, FL. They carried a large selection of Montana & Everest brands. There wasnít much difference between the two brands. The Everest did not have the swayback look and we liked the larger queen bedroom slide with a wardrobe in/on it. It was a very durable trailer, and it was with us for 14 years. Our unit was pre-wired for a W/D and propane generator. We had the W/D installed at the factory and they also upgraded our rooftop A/C to a 15K Carrier.

Because this thread has many hits, I decided to come back and post more about RV Parks and CGs we visited while traveling the roads of the great USA. We zigzagged a lot in the warm months and traveled chosen highway systems such as US-2 to make long summer trips.

Iím going to start this off again from my home state, Maine. At this particular stop we had guests traveling with us. Lindaís younger sister Barbara and her husband Tommy. We were traveling as tourists and would go to Bar Harbor for a whale watching tour. Visit the attractions at Arcadia, NP, eat lobsters and steamed clams.

At timberland Acers we had a very large pull-thru site on their newest addition. It was a FHU with CATV and less than a mile from a full-service Wal-Mart.

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We camped at Longhorn RV Park. Drove up to Lynwoods favorite spot - Union Pass. It is to windy and rough for me to try pulling up the mountain tho. Wyoming is my favorite state and I would think about staying there all summer if I could talk the wife into it!!


First pic is campground - note river to the right. We had a maybe 50-75 ft. walk to the river.

Others are Brooks lake near by and last is Union pass looking at the Tetons in the background.
p.s. - Where are all the Rocky Mtn posts - most in the east, which in my opinion is not nearly as scenic. Gotta have (big) mountains for me!
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Wyoming is my favorite place. I remember those pictures of Brooks Lake because I have pictures just like them. The next time you go to Brooks Lake take your fishing pole and hike up to Upper Brooks Lake. It’s an easy walk with only a slight grade of a mile or two and the lake is full of trout.
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Wife reminded me about Brooks Lake. We just looked around a little and nearly got eaten alive the mosquitos!!! Don't know if is like that all the time, I think we were there in July..
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Wife reminded me about Brooks Lake. We just looked around a little and nearly got eaten alive the mosquitos!!! Don't know if is like that all the time, I think we were there in July..

Itís worse up on Union Pass far worse. Then there are the black flies. Mosquitoes are a minor inconvenience the black flies will eat you alive. The best time to go is September. They are all gone by then. The worse mosquitoes I ever saw was in the low lands in South Carolina. We used 4 wheelers hunting down there and they looked like black snow coming up. Far worse than Union Pass. Look up Cowden Plantation. A friend owns that and my brother and I used to go turkey hunting on it in the spring.
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Sometimes it's a great adventure just hunting for and getting to a campground when it's more than just a few miles off your major route. And that's just what happened when we went hunting for Moyerís Grove CG in Wapwallopen, PA. We were traveling south on I-81 and went down narrow roads in the PA countryside. Our site was a tight fit FHU under acorn trees that were dropping their acorns all night. Had the wind been blowing I dare say we would not have got much sleep. Not many RV patrons. There are lots homesteaders and seasonal users. It was clean and well-kept but not very friendly. The office store was well stocked.

There is a small brook running through to park. It has smallish trout in it. I never caught one big enough to keep for supper or a snack.

The RV size limit was 40'. I thought they were going to measure our trailer, but they took my word that it was 38'. I've backed into a lot of sites just as tight as that one was. Our trailer ladder was just a few inches from a tree.

Between the CG and the interstate, we found a very friendly country store with reasonable fuel prices, with all grades, including diesel #2.

Another advantage of coming this far off a major highway to find a campground was the rewarding views of the PA countryside during clear and warm skies. And now we can say weíve been to another place in PA with a unique name.

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When the winter months start to turn into spring in Arizona, the northern íSnowbirdsĒ get antsy and start north, leaving a lot of really nice RV Parks nearly empty. For us it was just time to move to a higher elevation from our winter stop in Yuma and stay another month in an area loaded with sights to behold for the first time.

Our traveling companions were with us on this stop at Camp Verde. We had done our home work well. The Rancho Verde RV Park was an outstanding base camp for our numerous side trips in the are. Way off the major highways and roads it presented a quiet family atmosphere. The owners/managers - that live on the grounds - were gracious hosts at all times during our month long stay.

The park offers two levels for parking. The lower one has a bubbling stream thru it. The upper level is much easier to park in and get satellite TV reception so we stayed there. We also got to park side by side there.

The area is about 3200 feet above sea level and did not give us any problems. Trivia: Worlds largest Kokopelli is there.

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Rawlings, WY - Western Hills CG

One year while traveling cross country with our long-time traveling companions, we decided to stop and explore the Seminoe State Park near Rawlins, WY. We stopped for a week - almost too long - and stayed at the Western Hills Campground which had everything except scenery. My friend has a 4X4 Chevy, so we used it for our trips out into the huge SP. Our main objective was to find wild horses. It took a lot of riding around, but we did find some. We also searched for Mule Deer but never found any. One day while getting some cash from the local bank ATM we found Mule Deer right beside the bank parking lot.

Because the water level was so low in all the park reservoirs no one was using the park, so we had it all to ourselves.

We did a little bit of exploring around Rawlings but there isnít much there. We did find an old train and looked it all over. Then on a back street we found an old home with a sign above the front entrance. So, we thought it was open to the public. After parking the truck and getting a little closer we found it to be a private dwelling. We were disappointed because we had expectations of finding some of the old west inside.

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Calandlinda nice. I love Wyoming but it’s not a place I would wont to live.
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Very expensive with extra charges for day guests among other outrageous things. Itís hard to go outside of your RV and not break one of their rules. Most unfriendly KOA we ever stayed at, and we have stayed at a lot of them.

The sites are large and well maintained. The FHU includes basic cable TV and 50-amp electrical service.

Lindaís brother has a year-round condo at River Oaks and this park is close to his condo. He gets a lot of golfing comps, and it helps equal out our overall costs for staying at the KOA.

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Right now, with a 38' fiver, 2 adults and 0 pets it's about $120.00 a night. If you're a card-carrying member there is a 10% discount, and a gold card will get you a 15% discount. We always use our 15% military discount but that's always a site manager's decision.
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I thought this one was kinda high, $95 per night.
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Both this thread and the pics remind me of lyrics from Johnny Cash - "I've been everywhere".
Truly awesome photos!
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