We recently moved to Kansas City from Michigan, in MI we enjoyed Halloween camping, there were many campgrounds that had campers decorate their sites and pass out candy to the kids. Doing a Google search, I cant seem to really find much near KC except for Jellystone in Lawrence and Branson, both have themed weekends, but they dont elaborate much beyond that, we went to Port Huron KOA in MI last year and it was really involved with most people decorating their sites, some of the sites very extravagant, they estimated 700 kids were there the weekend we went, most dress up in costumes and went trick or treating Saturday night. Does anyone have any experience with either of these campgrounds for the themed weekends? or any other campgrounds that does this within a few hours of KC?
Looking for a long term storage recomendation in Kansas city, MO for a 29' TT, to within 1/2hr from Grain valley. I have done my Google research, but am looking for personal experience from users here that are familiar with the area, I am moving there next week, and I am unfamiliar with the area, any tips will be appreciated
Smithville camping opens April 15th. I think there is a limit on how many days or weeks you can stay in a site. Did you look up Basswoods Resorts in Platte City? That campground is north and off I-29 on route 92. There is a campground at World's of Fun which is closer to Claycomo that you might also check out. Welcome to this part of the show Me State.
Basswoods looks very nice, ty for the recommendation. I wont be arriving until april 27th, and will most likely only be a week stay in the campground.
Any recommendations for rv storage near Claycomo??
I am moving to MO in a couple weeks and I am considering staying in my trailer for about a week while I go out and look at rentals, I will be commuting daily to Claycomo for work, I notice there are two campsites on Smithsville lake, Crows creek has excellent reviews but no full hookups or resevations, Smiths fork has full hookups and reservations but bad reviews (reviews are years old). Looking for any input on location, campgrounds, maybe other campgrounds in the area? I could probably get by without full hook ups, but they are preferred
I did the research on the dmv website shortly after posting the question on here, the reason I posted here as well was to gather human opinions / experiences on this as well, I have found many of responses helpful. Why even have this wonderful forum when we have google? we can search for products, reviews or how to's
Most likely you will have to license your TT in MO in order to have valid insurance.
We have rv explorer insurance, I dont recall them asking for plate registration information, I suppose I could play the ignorance card, if I get pulled over in MO and I have a MO vehicle plate and drivers licence, with a MI travel trailer plate I would probably have to do something then?, this is hopefully only 2-3 year move, we are hopeful to return to MI after that time
We are most likely going to move from Michigan to Kansas City, MO. We currently have a lifetime trailer plate on the TT, would I need to change this plate and buy a new one in MO? does MO have the lifetime plates? We will be updating our driver license and vehicle plates in MO when they expire.
We got ours here, my Mother and sister also got them, they all turned out very nice, we have to upgrade ours now as we dont have the PuP anymore http://www.3dwoodenphotos.com/
I winterized this winter with antifreeze in the lines, found out this weekend my bypass valves were blown, after looking at the configuration there is no way to get antifreeze up to these valves without sending some through the water heater, I am now going to just blow the lines from now on.
Just an FYI. Someone got my phone number. They apparently used it as a contact number for several credit cards-so... When these good folks starting to get behind on their bills-guess who the banks called? Even a school nurse called me to tell me my daughter was missing too much school- I don't even have a daughter! Very annoying, as I worked night shift. Didn't dare turn off the ringer because I have a large, emergency prone family. I explained to these people a zillion times that I was not: Emilio Rodgriquez,(the real name!) but to no avail.
Even it you can't figure out it's value, someone else can figure out how to use your: name, birthdate, address, phone number, even license plate, to their advantage. I now try to remain anonymous, (when possible).
Similar happened to me. Only real way to deal with it is to use the Android Mr. Number app which checks to see if an unknown number is in a spammer/telemarketer/harasser database before allowing it through.
I don't give a number out. Too easy to use for ID theft.
I have never left my number or even thought to leave it, but I have had someone passing along my phone number to various credit cards / places of business, someone actually using a number they collected from somebody's camper door at a campground seems a bit overkill to collect a anonymous number, I have a good feeling the person that started using my number just started using a made up alias number off the top of her head (which happened to match my digits), which anyone could do at any time.
We went last Aug, we did not get the full hookup sites because they are not as nice as the standard electric sites, I have only 1 campsite picture to share, the trees behind the camper are the same in the front, very secluded sites, too bad the full hook-ups are not like this.