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RE: Bahia Honda State Park, FL and Verizon jet pack

Stayed at Bahia Honda early fall last year. Verizon coverage was available throughout the keys. Service at Bahia Honda was just fine. Never used a Verizon Jet Pack, but I believe it just a hotspot device using their 4G service. You should have no problems.
Up&DownDeCoast 02/20/20 10:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tow Dolly Weight

Up&DownDeCoast 07/02/19 09:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow Dolly Weight

Hard to say exactly how much as it depends on the vehicle's weight distribution over it's front and rear axles. Typically cars towed on dollies are front wheel drive. Since the entire drive train is over the front wheels more of the weight is going to be on the front axle. Conservative estimate... more than half the weight is going to be on the dolly.
Up&DownDeCoast 06/30/19 12:13pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Campsites directly on Lake Ontario in Canada or NY

Stayed at Fifty Point Conservation Area in Hamilton,Ontario a few years back. Nice quiet provincial park. Full hookups and its own private beach. Don't remember how tough it was to get a reservation. We stayed here and visited both Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Up&DownDeCoast 06/18/19 05:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: baltimore to cape cod

This might sound difficult but it's not. You should know the easiest way to get on I/78 near Allentown. Take I/78 to PA 33 to I/80 to US 209 to I/84 (at the PA-NY border) to I/90 (Mass Pike toll) to I/495 to Cape Cod. The Newburgh-Beacon bridge is about $10 for us 5 axles and the toll on I/90 is about $3; that's it for tolls. If you take I/287 over the Tappen Zee bridge the toll will be at least $ 20. Also make sure you have an EZ-Pass. If you arrive between 9 AM and 9 PM at the Cape bridges be prepared for a long wait. I've been going to the cape from Maryland every summer for the last 10 years. From Baltimore I'd take I83 north to I81 north. Then take I78 east to I287 north to the NY State Thruway. Then I would take the Tappen Zee (Mario Cuomo)bridge which links to I287 east across to I95 north. Take 95 all the way to Providence, RI. and I195 east right to the cape. I84 takes you too far north for the cape. Don't worry about the difference in tolls (10 vs 20) you would burn more in fuel then you would be saving in tolls going by way of I84. Actually, the highest price toll currently for a motorhome with 4 or more axles over the TZ bridge is only 12.75 not 20.00. As little as 6.88 depending on the time of day. I95 traffic north of NYC is not that bad on a Saturday. This is the shortest, fastest way with minimal tolls. BTW:The TZ bridge is a cashless toll. There is no stopping to pay. Either you have EZ-Pass or you get the toll bill in the mail.
Up&DownDeCoast 06/18/19 04:55pm Roads and Routes
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