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RE: Spokane WA

I don't need to be in Spokane just plan to be in the area. I looked at Spokane RV Resort and Wild Rose RV Park. Also North Spokane RV Campground. Open to others for sure.
Hiker52 07/05/19 04:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Kz Durango 2500

We have a 2016 Durango 2500 purchased new in July 2015. We have towed it at least 20,000 mile in about all terrain. It has been almost trouble free. Had a small water leak due to a washer being in backwards. No damage as not a big leak. Otherwise all good. Replaced the tires recently as did have a blowout going to FL. but thought the originals had done OK. We have 2 A/C but the bedroom AC is too loud to run while sleeping. However we do run the bedroom AC while watching TV in the living room. Set a small fan on bedroom dresser and circulate the cool air. Makes watching TV more enjoyable without the main AC running. Ours is rear living, front bedroom. We are very happy with our RV and have looked at new RV's at shows, etc and always ending up saying "we like ours better". Good luck.
Hiker52 07/05/19 07:07am Fifth-Wheels
Spokane WA

Will be spending a few days near Spokane on our way to the Olympic peninsula so looking for an RV park. We generally like FH, pulling a 35' 5th Wheel. Also wanting to do some kayaking while in the area. Since we are beginners at kayaking and have a 2 person inflatable we are looking for something fairly tame. Will be looking to do kayaking throughout WA and OR. Likely go south out of Spokane to tour the Palouse then to Mt rainier. TIA
Hiker52 07/05/19 06:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Mt Rainier

Looking for suggestions for an RV campground to explore the area for a few days in early August. 35 ft 5th wheel. Prefer full hookups but can make do with electric only for a few days. Coming from the east. Thanks in advance. Also what are some things to see while there?
Hiker52 06/16/19 03:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Olympic National Park

Thanks for all the input. We can definitely dry camp when needed. Considering Elwha Dam and a couple of others. Looking forward to seeing the area. Is late July and August wet?
Hiker52 05/01/19 07:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Olympic National Park

Planning to spend some time in the area of Olympic NP this summer. I see a lot of campgrounds but not so many with the full hookups, etc (and good reviews) that we like when traveling. Which is the best side of the park to stay, probably about a week in the area. Would like to go whale watching plus hiking and touring in the park and the area. Any specific campgrounds for a 35 ft 5th wheel? Will be coming from or going to Mt Rainier. Thanks
Hiker52 04/27/19 06:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2019 Summer

From central Illinois to the Washington/Oregon area in late summer, probably about 5 weeks. Olympic Nat Park, Mt Rainer, Columbia River, and the Oregon coast
Hiker52 04/27/19 05:31am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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