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RE: Nashville, TN

Tatest, I'm thinking right along the lines of your post. Thanks for the help, everyone! I was assuming that a hotel would be our best choice but if a cg was close, we would consider it for personal comfort.
mister_d 04/12/16 09:31am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Nashville, TN

Wow, did they recently add a search feature to the site? I'm so relieved. We can officially close the forums now since we will no longer be able to think of an original question. This sounds like a site my friend was telling me about.. Google or something.. I don't it'll catch on. Thanks for the heads up!
mister_d 04/08/16 10:47am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Nashville, TN

I was thinking of taking my wife down to Nashville for a long weekend to celebrate her finishing her masters degree. We have never been but heard the bars offer top notch bands/singers. Is there an RV park or CG close by the main strip? I'm assuming we will be drinking into the late hours so we would need to walk or Uber to/from.
mister_d 04/08/16 08:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fishing Bridge rv park

The sites are small and the parking lot of a cg is nothing special. We showered, ate dinner, and slept there.. with so much the park has to offer we felt like we were wasting time being there. Have a great time!
mister_d 07/23/15 12:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ludington- Lake Michigan ideas

Everything mentioned is great! While in the Sleeping Bear area you could rent tubes and float down the Platte River.. ppl do the same in Ludington SP if you'd rather. Pierce Stocking (sp?) drive is well worth the fee. There is a giant dune climb that was posted in a pic earlier that is fun but difficult. Have fun!
mister_d 07/22/15 08:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 3 week trip - Colorado, Utah, Arizona

Thanks all! This was just to get some starter ideas. Here's a trip report I've been reading through that today(:
mister_d 07/13/15 11:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
3 week trip - Colorado, Utah, Arizona

So I'm at the very beginning of planning a 2016 trip. I think we are aiming for Colorado, Utah, and Arizona. We enjoy national parks, the sights, and hiking. We did a similar length trip to GTNP, Yellowstone, and the badlands. Is this enough time, too much, not enough to dive into the area? What main points of interest would you hit in these 3 states? Anyone have a trip report or blog of a similar trip? We haven't set a date yet... sometime June-Aug
mister_d 07/13/15 11:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I'm a fool..

I cancelled the order .. lesson learned.
mister_d 07/06/15 09:17pm Camping World Accessories
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