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RE: Campgrounds in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Area 2018

pike lake state park about 25 nw of Milwaukee between slinger and Hartford. water & electric but you would have to take site 29 or 31 which are plenty big for your rig. it would be tight driving the one way loop to get to those sites but once you are there it is an easy drive out. you would have to reserveamerica to make reservations. as was said Harrington beach near Belgium, would also be good.
donut dave 08/08/17 06:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Help with Cody, Wyoming campgrounds

we did koa the first trip and now stay at buffalo bill state park a few miles west of cody.
donut dave 08/08/17 06:41am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Southern Idaho and Wyoming Ideas

south central Wyoming hwy 130. runs through the 'snowy range'. we drove once in mid-june and several manufacturers we testing snowmobiles along there. I talked to a guy and he said they like to test in the spring and summer as there is plenty of snow and good weather. the road was closed one day due to snow.
donut dave 07/22/17 12:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Campgrounds around Devils Tower

we have stayed at the koa twice (first 2 visits) and belle fourche twice (last 2 visits). we prefer belle fourche for cost, views, room. we will stay at belle fourche for all subsequent visits.
donut dave 07/22/17 11:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Royal Gorge Colorado

we were there last summer. I can't remember the price but I thought it was fair. we had been there about 15 years before that so we knew what it would pretty much be inspite of the fire a few years ago. there are new trams which are very nice when compared to the old ones. the incline thing is gone which disappointed us. there is a zip line across for extra money $40. my friend did it and said it was pretty cool as I videoed it. we would do it again. after traveling all the way to CO why not?
donut dave 04/22/17 01:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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