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RE: How to Find Parks?

State Parks Also, I'd endorse Campendium, The Dyrt, COE Parks There's a ton of info in individual state travel guides on the internet, just surf through & see what interests you. Good luck!
Bob806 01/21/22 07:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Idaho Campgrounds

Canyon Pines It's been about 15 years since we were in the Hell's Canyon area, but this campground was awesome, right on the river near Riggins, Idaho.
Bob806 01/20/22 12:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Northeast Oklahoma

Oklahoma State Parks We enjoyed our 3 night stay at Sequoyah SP about 4 years ago. I've heard Greenleaf SP is nice as well. Travelers I've talked to enjoy all the SPs around Grand Lake.
Bob806 01/17/22 06:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Site UP Michigan - Finger Lakes

In the UP, besides the spots mentioned, take a look at Union Bay CG in the Porcupine Mountains (just west on Ontanogan), and Jack Pine CG near Manistique. We have been to the UP several times, the last time in June which we didn't like as much due to biting flies & mosquitoes..probably depends on the timing of winter thaw with the bugs.
Bob806 01/13/22 11:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: commercial campground near Arches National Park

Campendium list Here's a few
Bob806 01/04/22 04:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2022 Trip Planning- Advice for Newbies

M Thank you. I guess I missed the battery upgrade. We just need to get out of our comfort zones of staying in state parks Nothing wrong with you wanting to stay at state parks. Just keep in mind some of the USA's "hot spots" will be reserved well in advance (that may also be the case at many private CGs). Personally, we tried a parking lot (Wal Mart) once, and I didn't sleep well. I'd rather be surrounded by fellow campers that are generally courteous than some crazy shoppers that fly around in a lot.
Bob806 01/03/22 11:02am Roads and Routes
RE: 2022 Plans for themed trips?

https://explorebrevard.com/the-great-outdoors/waterfalls/ Check this out,Western North Carolina is really nice to visit. We spent 4 nights near Brevard and loved all the scenery.
Bob806 12/30/21 06:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Seneca Rocks, WV

Five River RV Park in Parsons (https://www.fiverivercampground.com/) WV, Canaan Valley SP, and Seneca Shadows are good places to stay. Blackwater Falls SP is ok too, but the sites are kind of small. Beautiful area of West Virginia to visit for awhile. Near Canaan Valley is the Dolly Sods wilderness, also a nice place to check out. Have fun!!
Bob806 12/29/21 11:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Taos or Santa Fe, New Mexico

Thanks everybody who chimed in. It's always great to read suggestions from folks who've explored the areas. It will be our 1st trip to New Mexico, certainly hoping it won't be the last. We don't have enough time to check out places like Gila, White Sands, and City of Rocks SP, so we will return.
Bob806 12/09/21 05:30am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Taos or Santa Fe, New Mexico

Hi folks, looking for some advice on which area to visit for a few nights. We'd be departing the Farmington, NM area (want to see the Bisti Badlands) and basically having a hard time deciding on which area to pick. We simply like scenery, brief hikes (like 4 or 5 miles tops), & peace & quiet by a campfire (if no burn bans of course) in early May 2022. I'm sure my wife wouldn't mind shopping at some botiques.
Bob806 12/08/21 08:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recreation.gov

I 2nd Defeated Creek, it's very very nice. Indian Boundary near Vonore & Cedar Creek near Nashville are outstanding as well.
Bob806 11/11/21 07:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Figuring Mileages

I find the Good Sam Trip Planner to be real helpful. It hasn't let me down yet. I also use Google Maps as a reference.
Bob806 09/27/21 02:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: CG Suggestions

I can give you a few great state park campgrounds in NW Ohio- Harrison Lake, Maumee Bay, & Mary Jane Thurston. All three are very nice, & the rates are decent. If you choose Harrison Lake, it's not too far from Sauder Village and would be a less expensive option than Sauder Village CG. Wineries & golf courses are nearby, along with decent sightseeing. In Kentucky, check out the Land Between the Lakes area. Lots of good camping options there as well. The other side of the state has the Cumberland Gap, which would have some great sleeping weather in the fall.
Bob806 09/07/21 01:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Lake Greeson Ar.

Daisy State Park is nice.
Bob806 08/26/21 01:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Planning a trip to southeastern Oklahoma

I'll 2nd Beavers Bend SP. Another good one is Lake Wister SP, great views of the water.
Bob806 08/14/21 01:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I 70 in Ohio to Somerset PA staying off PA turnpike

The PA Turnpike is in good condition, but yes,it's pricey. The EZ pass actually will save you some money, I'd get it if I was you.
Bob806 06/26/21 01:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: Hall county park or Mormon Island SRA, Nebraska

Can't help you with those Nebraska stops. Check out the Bessey Recreation Complex near Halsey, NE, nice spot. https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/234120
Bob806 06/23/21 07:37pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Lexington KY to Dayton Ohio

US 68 is a decent road that we've taken to avoid Cincinnati.
Bob806 06/21/21 02:47pm Roads and Routes
RE: TX-146 to Avoid Houston

Bail off 10 at Winnie and go down through the Bolivar and take the ferry across the bay. The ferry will handle what ever rig you have. The ferry is free. I 2nd that. Easy peasy and not a lot of traffic.
Bob806 06/10/21 04:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Best/Favorite RV Resort

I get what you're saying, but if I were you I'd still consider mixing it up and stay at some state parks as well. Arkansas SPs, for example, have many FHU sites starting around $25, and they are very very nice. We've been to a few "resort" parks over the years, and most have been pleasant. I just prefer to save $$ on camping fees so I can get more beer, golf, or a good steak on the trips.
Bob806 05/23/21 10:02am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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