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JANETRUPP

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Posted: 05/13/21 09:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking for suggestions. We would like to get away in June and we are looking for a nice clean RV park with lots of pine trees. My husband loves to sit outside in the pine trees.
We are from Northern Arizona so you can see why pine trees are a nice change. Having a lake and things to do in the area would be a plus. Prefer to stay in the Western states since we will be heading across country to Florida in August.
We are retired so time is on our side. Nice private sites would be great instead of bumper to bumper sites and full hook-ups.
Open to all suggestions.
Thanks in advance,
Janet


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Posted: 05/13/21 10:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Come to Washington state! Many of our state CG's stink of them (pun intended).
Lake Easton, Rasar (then walk through Rock Port state park for ancient, enormous, old growth trees), Birch Bay, Lake Wenatchee - just to name a few of our favorites.
Reservations are a must though.

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Posted: 05/14/21 04:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Come to SC as there are many state parks with lots of pine trees.


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Posted: 05/14/21 06:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maine is known as “The Pine Tree State” and on the license plates as “Vacationland”. What more could you want?


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Posted: 05/14/21 07:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What ryegatevt said! However, make a reservation SOON.


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Posted: 05/14/21 07:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I stayed in an all pine tree campground in northwest PA, never again, it took all summer till I got all the sap off the trailer and truck.





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Lynnmor wrote:

I stayed in an all pine tree campground in northwest PA, never again, it took all summer till I got all the sap off the trailer and truck.
x2. I love trees too, but never park under them.

JANETRUPP

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Thanks for the suggestions and I have been to all those states on the East, however for this June we want to stay here on the Western states. Mainly looking for RV park suggestions here in western states with pine trees.
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Janet

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In Northern Arizona is Jacob Lake. There is a nice RV park in the pine trees, but the lake is more a pond, but still nice. It's Kaibab Camper Village.


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ReneeG wrote:

In Northern Arizona is Jacob Lake. There is a nice RV park in the pine trees, but the lake is more a pond, but still nice. It's Kaibab Camper Village.


Thanks, making my list. We have time so I will make a list and try to get to several.
Janet

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