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RE: How many miles a day can we go?

We'll do 800 miles in a day. Its not ideal, but with limited days away from work its a choice. Tougher with kids now. How long/far is really a personal thing. Even related to your rig as mentioned. Only YOU can decide what YOUR comfortable with. Of course this year the wheels are not doing much turning. Fingers crossed for next season.
camperfamily 07/09/20 04:06pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: best place to buy/ sell dinghy

For a replacement Hertz is selling thousands and thousands of cars as part of their Chapter 11 proceedings...
camperfamily 06/15/20 11:20am Dinghy Towing
RE: Why are people not opening new campgrounds/RV parks?

Last new CG I saw open is charging minimum $100/night. Its beautiful, giant sites with generous spacing and great amenities. I bet even at that price it's a tough go.
camperfamily 06/03/20 03:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Class V Hitch?

I second the recommendation to get a 2.5" shank. Much tighter, quieter connection. Try E-trailer or your favorite retailer.
camperfamily 04/15/20 07:39am Towing
RE: Maybe trade for lighter unit

Save your money and just pay for the fuel. Enjoy your rig.
camperfamily 04/13/20 02:26pm Toy Haulers
RE: Towing through New York City

Just my thoughts, but watch the GSP up north, there are some low overpasses. A couple different suggestions. Get yourself to 287 north, avoiding the GSP. From there you can either: A. continue on 287 and over the Cuomo bridge to 84 and through Connecticut. B. Take 287 N to 87N. Now you can either pick up 84 at Newburg NY OR continue straight up 87 until you get to 90 east (Mass Pike). Why you ask? I've sat through many very long gridlocks in CT, on horrific roads. The longer route is, IMO worth it. Good roads, far less congestion. And I get to my destination much less tired and stressed. Getting out of Jersey City would be the hardest part. Under no circumstance would I travel through NYC with my RV when there are other options. The toll to cross the GWB alone is mind-numbing. Happy Trails.
camperfamily 02/13/20 11:56am Roads and Routes
RE: February Camping From Long Island?

The already mentioned Otter Lake just into PA off I-80. Indoor pool, sauna, hot tubs. Not sure what else is open during the winter. http://www.otterlake.com
camperfamily 10/01/19 08:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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