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RE: Strawberry park site advice

At the time we stay at the timber trail area of the campground, site# 355. We were not impressed with that particular part of the campground. Though our kids loved the place we thought there was to many seasonal & corporative sites. Looked more like a resort community than a campground.... my 2 cents Mike
mdcamping 04/27/16 08:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Strawberry park site advice

I had heard they changed their dog policy, best to call the campground or check their website to be sure. Mike Their website states their pet policy in detail, all pretty much the usual. They don't allow Dobermans, Rottweilers or pit bulls. The also don't permit retractible leashes. If memory serves, what I believe changed is dogs are now permitted off sites for walking. We were their 10 yrs ago and we had to keep our dog on site, we hated the policy. Mike
mdcamping 04/27/16 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Strawberry park site advice

I had heard they changed their dog policy, best to call the campground or check their website to be sure. Mike
mdcamping 04/27/16 07:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Country Haven now KOA near Lancaster PA area?

Old Mill Stream Campground has some large sites, call the campground they should be able to accommodate you. Good luck, Mike
mdcamping 04/21/16 05:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where to go in MA, CT, NY this weekend or next?

In ct, check out grandview camp resort in moodus. This is the 4th year under new owner ship and almost everything is either new or refurbished. Campground is a Gem! Check out the reviews on the campground on rvparkreviews.com Mike
mdcamping 04/14/16 08:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: OK, Where is spring?

My first camping trip of 16 is 1 1/2 weeks away, a local trip here in CT. Plan on doing some trout fishing. Suppose to be cold through next weekend. Might be de-winterizing at the last minute... Mike Where Mike? We are coming to New England this summer and I would like to do some Trout fishing catch and release but would like to land some not just cast. Nickerson Park family Campground This is a wonderful place up againist the Natchaug River. Many sites on the river and all sites are easy walking to the river. Lots of areas where the river pools up for catching trout. We do both fly & lure and have done well with both. CT DEP stocks river up stream of campground. Now the bad news... Place gets fished out by mid June. best to book for mid April to mid May. Mike
mdcamping 04/04/16 05:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: OK, Where is spring?

My first camping trip of 16 is 1 1/2 weeks away, a local trip here in CT. Plan on doing some trout fishing. Suppose to be cold through next weekend. Might be de-winterizing at the last minute... Mike
mdcamping 04/03/16 01:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Baxter State Park Maine Big Rig Friendly RV Park?

Hey Mike, I will give them a call but on a review site it says they are not big rig friendly. I am wondering if they have bought this park recently; therefore, being "new" to them. I say this because it only has 30 amp available. That is fine as I don't think I would need anymore than that up there, but generally new parks put in 50 amps (at least a couple of them). I will let you know what I find out when I call. Also for your TT, I think this would be a great option for you. Also, the Katahdin would also be great for you. You have a great size rig that can get in basically everywhere. We are fulltimers, so we wanted a larger rig which comes in at almost 39'. From what the new owners had told me they just bought the campground this past summer and the previous owners who had owned it for 2 or 3 years. He said the previous owners sold it because one of them had a job change. The new owner said he planned on to continue to up grade the campground. We have flexibility with our smaller trailer, were just looking for a clean,safe facility, level sites and reliable hookups. Mike
mdcamping 04/03/16 10:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Baxter State Park Maine Big Rig Friendly RV Park?

For next summer we are looking into Wilderness edge campground in Millinocket, met the owners at a camping show in MA this past winter. They are new owners on what I believe is a newer campground. They seemed to have a good handle on things. Campground is just out side the park so we plan on doing day trips into Baxter. We tow a 20'TT but I believe they can handle the bigger rigs though I would give them a call for specific questions. I still plan on booking wilderness edge for next summer but I am still keeping my options open on other places to stay so I will keep a close eye on this thread. Hope this helps, Mike
mdcamping 04/02/16 06:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Outer Banks

jplante...Just curious since I see your form my area, did you stop overnight somewhere when you made this trip? We have made a couple of trips to the OBX from eastern CT, for us we do a stop at the Hagerstown Antietam Battlefield KOA, about 7hrs from CT to the KOA, another 6 or 7 hrs from the KOA to the OBX. which includes stops Mike
mdcamping 03/28/16 05:08pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hatch Trim

I had a similar problem with the trim on my old Aerolite TT. once or twice a year I would also: spray, wait , brush and rinse. Repeating sometimes also. This is what I used http://www.starbrite.com/item/mildew-stain-remover?category_id=570 In my neck of the woods, hemlock Hill rv, Southington, Ct sells it and maybe Van's rv in South Windsor Mike
mdcamping 03/27/16 03:13pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: What are the pitfalls of camping in a Hybrid?

With a Hybrid you need to be more vigilant with maintenance vs a regular TT. Flexing from travel and usage on bunk ends can sometimes cause problems with leaks, inspect all seals after every trip, including roof. My 2 cents, This has become even more important with the "Environmentally" safe caulks & glues that the RV mfgs are now using. If a leak were to accrue it could cause MORE damage in LESS amount of time. Mike
mdcamping 03/26/16 08:44am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: 2002 Aerolite Cub 236

I've used this for 12 yrs on my 99 Aerolite and continue to use on my present Jayco. Mike
mdcamping 03/23/16 04:56pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Best campground apps

RV Park Reviews, easy to use web site, 250k reviews online. Mike
mdcamping 03/21/16 06:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chinese wheel bearings ?

If it were mine I would run it with the China stuff. Timken has overseas bearing manufacturers also. Guess you got look at each bearing.Yep. The last Timken bearings I purchased were manufactured in................China. :R It's not just the RV industry, sadly most of the HVAC bearings we buy now are from china... Mike
mdcamping 03/21/16 05:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Gettysburg

Check into Gettysburg Campground. We were there a few yrs ago. Clean, well run campground, level sites. Mike
mdcamping 03/20/16 03:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Arkansas to Maine, What do I need to see?

I have no desire to visit NYC but have a love for ship building and Maritime museums. Maybe not on this trip but X2 on Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in upper VT. Loads of maritime artifacts, boats under reconstruction, also Including the complete docked replica of the 1776 gunboat Philadelphia II Mike
mdcamping 03/17/16 02:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip report and lessons learned

Love the pics! looks like a lot of good fishing in the area! Mike
mdcamping 03/16/16 07:09pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cherrystone Campground

Been 12 yrs since we have been Cherrystone, at the time our boys were 11 & 12 and we all had a blast... It was one of our best family trips. Since then I have read the campground has expanded even more. And just as you posted, at the time we didn't mind the "hecticness" either. I say go for it! :C Mike
mdcamping 03/14/16 04:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip report and lessons learned

I really enjoyed reading your post, Thanks for sharing! For us at least, I couldn't agree any more about how TV is playing a smaller & smaller part on our camping trips. I would much rather sit at the campfire than sit in front of the TV. The past few years our smart phones keep us current with whats going on in the world. Mike
mdcamping 03/14/16 04:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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