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RE: RV parks near Geogretown, Ky

It's held at the Horse Park where they have camping electric and water but no sewer. Kentucky Horse Park This one here about 15 miles away offers all 3. Whispering Hills As for the weather: high 60's low 70's with rain chances pretty good.
chris3403 08/14/19 06:27am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southeast Texas to the Smoky Mountains

First off most RV parks are closed in the winter by 5PM so I’d be looking at the Saturday start. From where you are to Memphis is 576 miles which in a RV is a very long haul. Going to take you around 9 and a half hours just to drive it and that doesn’t include time for your gas and other stops. A more logical stop (443 miles) would be in downtown Little Rock right on the river. Downtown Tell them you want a spot that backs up (you can also pull in) to the river. From Little Rock, Nashville is only 350 miles which is very doable. While I haven’t stayed here Nashville I have been by the RV park on a number of occasions and it is only 3 miles from the Grand Ole Opry. I’ve stayed here in Pigeon Forge Smokies it’s a nice park conveniently located and the trolley stops right in front of the RV park. Course I don’t know if you want to be riding a trolley or not in the winter time. On the way home if you put in Pigeon Forge and your city it wants to bring you back through Birmingham and Baton Rouge 1,030 miles vs 1,007 coming back the same way you went. Birmingham and I10 will beat you to death, I wouldn’t do it in a RV if I didn’t have to. To me it makes more sense to come home the same way you went and if you do than this would be the time to consider Tom Sawyer because from Pigeon Forge to there would be 425 miles and would still leave you 582 miles to do on your last day. I would bite the bullet and figure 2 nights on the way home. Possibly staying at Parkers Crossroad Nice Park which is 315 miles from Pigeon Forge and maybe Texarkana, AR for the 2nd night right at 400 miles at either exit 7 Rising Sunor down on 59 south of Texarkana at RV Park Remember it’s winter time so call ahead early for reservations or they will be closed when you get there. I would definitely make a reservation in Pigeon Forge at least 2 months in advance if not more.
chris3403 08/13/19 08:36am Roads and Routes
RE: Bar Harbor Campground

CloudDriver, I have read that Bar Harbor has a shuttle. Did you take the shuttle, while you were in the area? I stayed there for 15 nights. They take cash or check no cc. They have a shuttle, I didn't use it. We had 2 different sites for our stay. Didn't have a problem getting a site. Make sure you get the Lobster dinner delivered to your site. 2 lobsters, 2 ears of corn and 2 pounds of mussels. It was 34.95 delivered to the site back about 4 years ago.
chris3403 06/10/19 07:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Snowbird Report Card

We were also in the valley more specific Weslaco and out of 93 days we probably only had to stay in 20 or so days without Happy Hour
chris3403 04/01/19 08:11am Snowbirds
RE: Niagara Falls, NY State Park info needed

It would be very hard to walk to all the attractions however I reckon it could be done. I doubt they would let your dog in tho.
chris3403 03/11/19 02:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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