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RE: Best lobster in Maine

The OP is looking for places to eat in Old Orchard, Boothbay and Bar Harbor. He never mentioned anything about lobster rolls !!!!! Maybe the OP will have a change of mind after reading this thread! ;) :B Mike
mdcamping 08/23/16 03:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Laconia New Hampshire

RV Park Reviews or laconia area campgrounds Mike
mdcamping 08/21/16 11:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best lobster in Maine

Bayley's Camping Resort in Scarborough, Maine (by Old Orchard beach) has a in park restaurant where they cook lobsters. The times we have been there they had a twin lobster special, very reasonably priced! :C Mike
mdcamping 08/19/16 06:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cherrystone, Campground, VA

We were there 14 yrs ago, Cherrystone was one of our best family camping trips ever!! Hope you have a great time! Have a cold one for me! Mike
mdcamping 08/18/16 02:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: On Call for Work While Camping

almost 0% of the time I would have to physically come into work. For me it's 100% of the time, I go oncall once every 4th weekend. Last time I was oncall picked up 16 hrs of ot, so obviously I make no plans. Mike
mdcamping 08/16/16 07:26am General RVing Issues
RE: Care of exterior

I have used this on my fiberglass trailers for the past 16 yrs, works great Mike
mdcamping 08/14/16 01:16pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Washington DC area campgrounds

Another vote for Cherry Hill While there, check out the daily 4pm travel class at the campground community room, was very informative. Mike
mdcamping 08/12/16 08:33am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Your favorite campground for the view.....

Assateague Island National Seashore View from our campsite http://rvpr_prod.s3.amazonaws.com/photo3317_700.jpg Mike
mdcamping 08/09/16 02:56pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Western CT

If I'm not to late to this thread, slightly more east but still in western CT is Bear Creek Campground in Bristol CT. 2 miles off I84, sites are easy in easy out. Mike
mdcamping 08/05/16 05:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Saying hello

Welcome to the forum! A/C is a must for us also, We find it tough to sleep in the high humidity and as you get older a good nights sleep is a must! :Z ;) See you on the open road! Mike
mdcamping 07/30/16 06:40am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: RV Campground reviews. -- Lost web site ???

As far as RV Park Reviews, 15,000+ campgrounds in their data base, over 260K "RV park only" reviews which is plainly noted on the home page. This is one of the reasons why they get my vote. Add the fact RVPR provides tools for members and guests to make better choices on which reviews to consider or not. These tools are in the "easy to read profiles" which include: review count, states map visited, helpful reviews, helpful votes, photo count, year member, this all gives you a good idea where the reviewer is coming from. In addition with the new web site they are continually building and adding improvements. Sorry if I sound like a advertisement! :C Mike
mdcamping 07/25/16 06:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Can not believe what I just saw

Not to change the topic, but it is a good idea to turn off your breaker switch when you leave so the next person in won't get a jolt or surge if they do something stupid. That's automatic with us. We always throw all the breakers at our site before plugging in if they are not already off AND before unplugging. X3
mdcamping 07/23/16 06:46pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Photo's of Campsites at Bull Run Regional Park, VA????

No piks, but we were there about 7 years ago, from what I remember sites were private, good shade in area. Helpful staff, respectful campers One thing that stands in my memory was the poor location of the power boxes where I needed to use a extension cord and the poor location of our sewer connection where it was "uphill" at our campsite. Hope this helps Mike
mdcamping 07/19/16 06:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Favorite COE park in your state

Some of the scenic trails at Winhall Brook COE, VT http://rvpr_prod.s3.amazonaws.com/photo1058_700.jpg http://rvpr_prod.s3.amazonaws.com/photo1057_700.jpg We absolutely loved this place, the lazy river cuts through middle of the campground, great for getting sun on the rocky edges, wading, tubing, swimming! :C Going back next month! :C Mike
mdcamping 07/16/16 08:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bad experience Lancaster KOA

Did you post it on RV Park Reviews? It will probably reach more people if you post it on their site. X2 If you post a review, make your bad experience a part of the review and not the focus of the review. IMO more people will listen. Mike
mdcamping 07/09/16 01:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Red Apple Kennebunkport ME

Gary glad you enjoyed your self! I'll have to keep this place in mind, we might be heading up that way next year! web site pics look awesome! Mike
mdcamping 07/04/16 03:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Castaways RV Park in Berlin MD

Anyone have any experience camping here? Just looking for honest reviews. Thanks Bob honest reviews on Castaways :) Mike
mdcamping 06/27/16 05:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Connecticut closing state campgrounds after the 4th of July

IMO with the exception of western ct and some pocket areas of the state many of the communities have been in a downward spiral for a good 20 years. Some of the towns you pay 5k per year on property taxes on 1250 sqft homes that have devalued 30% since the housing bubble of 2007. Then add all the entitlements, regulatory costs, environmental costs and high taxes on everything and it comes to no surprise why folks are leaving in droves when they get to retirement age. One example on how regulated we are, you cant even buy a regular gas can in CT. The cans have to be spring loaded, locking, anti vapor/drip proof... yikes... :( Mike
mdcamping 06/27/16 03:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: What do you use for a BBQ?

Weber 220 Mike
mdcamping 06/25/16 07:01pm Beginning RVing
RE: RV Park Reviews Forum

And if you do find a way to change your email address you go back to square one as new, so be prepared to NOT be able to post a review until you have submitted several to them for their review before they will allow your reviews to be seen by others. The most stupidest policy I've ever seen.:R That would explain why my recent review wasn't posted. When they changed their format, I had to resign up, and I couldn't get into my old account. as posted earlier, try this link http://www.rvparkreviews.com/docs/contact the more information you can give them the better chance they might be able to help you. :) If I recall 2 yrs ago when RVPR changed to the new web site they did reach out to the major forums with posted links so members can make changes if they were to choose to. The policy for the 2 review minimum has been around for almost 10 yrs. It has been my understanding this was created to reduce the fringe type reviews which IMO devalue all reviews. Mike
mdcamping 06/25/16 03:46pm General RVing Issues
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