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RE: Missouri SP opening up

Thanks garmp. We were considering stopping in Missouri in early June on our way back from Texas but thought it was all closed up
Bob806 05/17/20 07:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Western NC activities

The Brevard area is very nice as well. Very scenic, waterfalls all over the place.
Bob806 05/09/20 10:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ohio campgrounds

I'm expecting my Memorial week camping trip to be canceled early this week by ODNR. Gov DeWine's stay -at- home order now through May 29.So the state parks will remain closed.
Bob806 05/03/20 07:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recreational Border Crossing

Thanks Flapper and MDKMDK. We have been wanting to visit the area & check out the Fundy tides for quite some time. If it gets canceled due to circumstances, we'll just (hopefully) adjust, and keep a similar itinerary in 2021. Maybe even add a Gros Morne trip if we can squeeze it in.
Bob806 03/19/20 06:30am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Recreational Border Crossing

I made reservations for Fundy NP, Cape breton Highlands NP a month ago, and was planning on a few Provincial Parks in Nova Scotia as well. Wait & see is all we can do. They'll probably refund the money due to circumstances.
Bob806 03/18/20 08:11pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Nova Scotia

Yep, waiting for the Graves window to open too. Had reservations there last fall (and then Cape Breton and Cavendish). Had to cancel a week ahead due to illness on the road. Good thing - our first night at Graves would have been the day Dorian made landfall..... Graves Island looks like a nice spot, and close to Halifax & Lunenburg.
Bob806 03/01/20 02:22pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Nova Scotia

We're heading there this July. So far, I've got 5 nights booked at Fundy NP, 5 nights at Cape Breton Highlands NP (Broad Cove), 3 nights at Mountain Top Cottages & CG near Annapolis Valley. Going to book 4 nights at Graves Island PP & Five Islands PP when the window opens. We're also going to tent camp up at Meat Cove at least one night (leave our 5th wheel at Broad Cove). Should be an exciting trip. We've never camped in Nova Scotia before. I thought about heading to Gaspe, even Newfoundland (Gros Morne) but we'll have to do that on another trip.
Bob806 03/01/20 11:15am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Advice on Campgrounds We liked this place for visiting Gatlinburg- stayed there 4 nights a couple years ago. It's close enough to area attractions, groceries, and the great Smokey Mountains scenery. For Asheville, I'd look a little bit away from there too, like Brevard/Transylvania County (the Land of Waterfalls).
Bob806 02/19/20 11:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Land Between the Lakes

We camped at Energy Lake and really enjoyed it. It's smaller and probably quieter than the others. I drove around Piney and Hillman Ferry CGs, and those don't seem too shabby. Next time I camp there, I'd like to try Hurricane Creek. Seems to have plenty of favorable reviews.
Bob806 02/05/20 10:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Texas Hill Country Ideas

I 2nd Guadalupe River State Park. We really enjoyed that place, and it's not far from San Antonio. We put our bikes in the pickup and biked the Mission Trail, visited the River Walk all in one day. April might have some chilly water but the state park itself has a nice swimming hole you can access right from the campground.
Bob806 01/29/20 07:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV parks North across bridge from Mackinaw City

We love camping in the UP and northern Michigan. In the UP, check out Indian Lake SP, Jack Pine Campground, Union Bay CG in the Porcupine Mountains. Those three are my personal favorites in that area. Near Mackinaw City, I'd opt for Wilderness SP. A real gem we discovered was Hoeft SP, on the Huron side and not real close to Mackinaw City but check it out someday.
Bob806 01/01/20 10:55am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cell service in Canada

I signed up for the Google Fi plan, no international worries at all. You can send texts & receive texts with no charges at all. Way better than my AT&T plan was.
Bob806 11/09/19 05:19pm RVing in Canada and Alaska

Jose Maria (Olazabal) I Lost My Ball should open a CG around there.
Bob806 11/09/19 11:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Thinking About Nova Scotia/PEI July/Aug 2020

We're looking to visit in July as well, and have started to look at websites. I like the looks of Five Islands Provincial Park, and am also looking at the Acadian coast down near Digby. I didn't really consider the Cabot Trail, but now in reading these posts, I'm going to look into it. I'd just have to find a good base camp.
Bob806 10/29/19 06:17pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Help selecting East Coast location with lots of variables...

I'll give you a completely different idea...a state park. Virginia State Park has got lots and lots of campgrounds and they have cabins. The cabins vary from pretty primitive to absolutely fabulous cabin style homes. Our local campground, Natural Tunnel SP, which is in the far western part of the state offers lots of outdoor activities, a huge pool, playgrounds, caving, canoeing, kayaking for the whole family. Their cabins (14 of them) are houses with Tempurpedic queen beds, bunk beds in other bedrooms. They have 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom and even a 6 bedroom house that can accommodate 16. They have heat/air, wood floors, gas fireplace in the living room, and full bathrooms. They are NOT roughing it and rent for $120-$375 per night, according to their size. There are two campgrounds in the park: LOVER'S LEAP, which of offers a new bathhouse with individual shower rooms and a laundry, large back-in sites up to 85' long with pea gravel, 30 and 50 amp, fire ring and picnic table and COVE VIEW, which offers an older bathhouse with old-style shower stalls in the bathrooms, all pull-thru sites with 20 and 30 amp, fire ring and picnic table. These sites have grass yards. These rent for $40 per night for out-of-state guests. Video of cabins, inside and out Pictures of campground and other activities Agree, Natural Tunnel is great. We camped at Hungry Mother this summer, absolutely loved that one too. Close to the Virginia Creeper Trail, which is awesome.
Bob806 10/12/19 07:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Push to privatize National Park Service campgrounds

IMHO our government could send more $$ to the NPS. Perhaps raise our fees slightly for usage, but leave the senior discounts in place.We could debate where to cut elsewhere so the NPS could be properly funded, but I'm sure we can all agree we need these parks properly maintained for our enjoyment.
Bob806 10/12/19 07:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Help selecting East Coast location with lots of variables...

New Hampshire, up by Franconia/Conway. The kids would have a blast sliding in the Swift River on the Kancamagus Highway, and lots of hiking stuff as well. We're stopping there on the way to Maine, just haven't nailed down a camping spot yet.
Bob806 10/10/19 07:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Harrison AR Recommendations?

You would love Shady Oaks. Just a few miles south of town, very shady and quiet. We have camped there several times in our 5th wheel. I'll 2nd that. We just spent 4 nights there and it's a nice place. Close to the Buffalo River Rec Area. The owners go above and beyond in making sure you're ok.
Bob806 10/01/19 07:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: School me in public parks camping...

Why be so concerned with hookups? My wife enjoys camping, but has no interest in going without the comforts that hookups provide - the toilet and shower being at the core of that. My wife was the same way, but found that virtually every public CG we've stayed at over the years had decent, even fantastic showers/restrooms. Look at it this using the public showers, your grey water tank won't fill up very fast and you should be fine for at least 4 days anywhere. We've stayed almost exclusively at state parks CGs all over the USA. Honestly, only Oklahoma had substandard shower facilities and that was at two of the 4 state parks we've visited there. Good luck with your travels.
Bob806 09/12/19 11:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Camping in the Midwest

I've read about (but never been to) the Hocking Hills area in Ohio, another apparently popular area that's not in Michigan. There's a lot of Amish areas in Indiana and Ohio, so a trip to camp/visit could be something of interest. Not to detract from Michigan, because there's a lot to see and do up there, just that there are other areas as well. Yes indeed, we love Michigan too (mainly the UP and northern lower peninsula) but there's some good stops in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, & New York. Hocking Hills SP in Ohio doesn't have a lot of sites to fit bigger rigs, but it's a great area. Mohican SP is very nice but you really have to plan ahead and reserve. Geneva SP is great, nice little small town. The NY Finger Lakes region may be around 7 or 8 hours from Elkhart, but look into it. Kentucky has several nice SPs, particularly Natural Bridge. West Virginia gets a bad rap nationally but is great for campers.
Bob806 09/02/19 08:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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