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Old 05-22-2003, 02:12 PM   #1
OntMont
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We have visited KY in April for several years now, and stay in various of their State Parks. While KY parks include a wide variety, many of them are well suited to larger rigs. We have stayed at Grayson Lake, Carter Caves, Jenny Wiley, Big Bone, Nolan Lake, Yatesville Lake, and the Kentucky Horse Park at Lexington. All of these have at least 30 amp power and water some have 50 amp, but no sewer. (Carter caves may be only 20 amp). Many have golf courses, fishing and swiming but are fairly natural parks, they appeal to us, but might not suit people who like more urban environment. Some of them are Resort Parks that include a dining room in case you want eat out.

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