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RE: Wisconsin Dells top campgrounds info?

The Dells are a huge tourist spot. With lots of people so it will be interesting to see how that all shakes out. Mirror lake state park is my go to park when visiting the Dells which we go several times a year. But rarely venture into the Dells. Before it was the water park capital of the world it was all about the nature which there is a lot to explore. If you need a bunch of activities at the campground one of the private parks might be in order. I have been to a handful and they are all about the same. Baraboo has merry Mac which is a bit tight but a kids fun zone with all kinds of stuff to do. Must do...:the upper Dells is pretty cool and there are a bunch of boat tours. If the kids can sit for a few hour dinner at a nice restaurant Ishnala on mirror lake is worth a visit. Otherwise the Dells offers just about anything you can think of.
evanrem 04/19/20 05:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Emergency Travel - Texas to South Georgia?

Last week I had to pick my parents up in Fl from Wisconsin in 32 foot class c. We camped at Koa’sand one other private campground. KOA directed us to book online and left out a welcome package for us to pick up. One KOA was packed but not many people were out and about. The other private campground had a worker standing outside and he checked us in with minimal contact and stayed 6 feet back just about the entire time. Gas stations were all open and was the only place we stopped at. The further south we got the busier the roads were. Indiana and north was pretty quite. All in all it was smooth sailing and we never went thru any sort of checkpoints.
evanrem 04/02/20 11:55am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Advice from current owners on new purchase

We bought a Solaire a few years back and for the most part it’s has been good except for the floor. It’s thin plywood some sort of styrofoam and another layer of thin plywood. The problem is the thin wood had a knot or something and it cracked and felt soft under your feet. I had it repaired twice and it still is noticeable. Overall the floor is pretty sketchy in my opinion.
evanrem 01/12/20 07:04pm Travel Trailers
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