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RE: Buffalo, NY to Myrtle Beach SC

Suggested route:https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Buffalo,+NY/Myrtle+Beach,+SC/data=!4m8!4m7!1m2!1m1!1s0x89d3126152dfe5a1:0x982304a5181f8171!1m2!1m1!1s0x890068953b552101:0xbc0fb115b5d09618!3e0 Suggested campground: Huntington Beach State Park.Some full hookup sites,the rest water and electric.Short walk to the beach.Great nature programs.Close to nice restaurants in Murrels Inlet.
RGar974417 02/12/16 06:08pm Roads and Routes
RE: Turned off by campgrounds

More reasons to stay in public campgrounds. We don't need a pool or wifi or a game room. We want big sites,clean restrooms and bueatiful surroundings.We love Forest Service,Army Corps of Engineer ( COE) or some state parks.Most don't have full hookups,but the ones we stay at have electric,water close by,dump stations and nice bath houses.
RGar974417 02/11/16 12:32pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: One night stand in the cold

I wouldn't worry about it unless the temperatures remain low and you get wind.You can always put a little RV antifreeze in the holding tanks.
RGar974417 02/10/16 06:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: Assateague State Park, MD to St Louyis, MO

WE too prefer I-64. We stayed at Indian-Celina Lake recreation area in the Hoosier National Forest. They have sites with electric and nice showers. They have some large sites but the interior roads are a little tight depending on the size of your rig. A nice stop a little west of their is Lincoln Boyhood National Historic site.There is parking for 3 RV's.Nice visitor center and short walk to a recreation of the home site which is interesting.https://www.google.com/maps/place/Lincoln+Boyhood+National+Memorial/@38.1780951,-87.0071566,13z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x82ac72f7a400e000
RGar974417 02/06/16 02:02pm Roads and Routes
RE: Rt 2 Nebraska

paulij- I was talking about the section south of I80 from Nebraska City to Lincoln,then jump on I-80.The other thread was someone else asking about Rt2 north of I-80.
RGar974417 02/06/16 01:46pm Roads and Routes
RE: NY Finger Lakes CG's

We stayed at Ives Run Campground at Tioga Hammond Lakes in Pa. Very beautiful and clean campground.Here's a link to a story about it:http://sleepstwo.blogspot.com/2012/07/ives-run-campground-tioga-hammond.html In Hammndsport,we really enjoyed the Glenn Curtis Museum.Curtis built and raced motorcycles and airplanes.
RGar974417 02/06/16 11:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Rt 2 Nebraska

We are headed to Yellowstone in late spring.We would come across Missouri on Rt 36 to I-29 to I-80. I was looking at taking Rt2 from Nebraska City to Lincoln as a short cut to Rt 80.Is that a decent road pulling a 27ft TT?
RGar974417 02/06/16 11:28am Roads and Routes
RE: Anyone ever pulled a 5er through Dover MD?

I think you mean Dover,Delaware.I have towed on Rt 1 and Rt13.No problems on either although 1 bypasses Dover.
RGar974417 02/06/16 09:47am Roads and Routes
RE: Just a rant about workmanship in RV assembly plants

I'm not sure what brand of trailer you are buying,but we have had few problems.Were on our 4th travel trailer in 25 years.We started with a used Shasta,used Sunline,new Sunline and now a new Keystone Cougar. They were all well made. But we used to go to the RV show at Harrisburg,Pa and we amazed at some of the poor construction in some brands.Just looking at the interior of some you would see where the trim didn't fit, cabinet doors were crooked etc. If the things you can see aren't right,it makes you wonder about the things you can't see. What short cuts did they take? Do some research before you buy. Go to RV shows,ask other owners if they had any major problems with the brand you want to buy. And don't expect to get top quality for a cheap price.
RGar974417 02/06/16 08:39am Travel Trailers
RT 36 Missouri

What kind of road is Rt36 in Missouri from Hannibal to I-29 near St Joseph,Mo? Can you make good time on it? I was thinking about using that to by pass St Louis and Kansas City on I-70
RGar974417 02/05/16 07:36pm Roads and Routes
RE: Planning our first trip and looking for suggestions.

I have pulled our 27Ft TT on both Shenandoah Drive and parts of the Blue Ridge Highway. The Blue Ridge is much better.Not as curvy and speed limit of 45mph. There are some very good campgrounds not far off the Blue Ridge. We like Sherando Lake and Goose Point. Both have electric hookups.And while the campgrounds right in the Blue Ridge were built long ago,you should still be able to find a site if you stop early.
RGar974417 02/02/16 04:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: When to visit Grand Canyon?

Went there in late April. There was about 6" of snow on the ground but roads were all clear.Temperature on the day we were there was about 50.
RGar974417 01/28/16 08:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Assatigue camping in Maryland

We stayed in the national Park which has no hookups.We stayed in the bayside campground Loop C which allowed generators.We had 2 dogs at the time and didn't see many other dogs while we were there.The State Park is the one with some electric hookups.There is no grass and no shade. The bayside NP campground has grass at many sites and some have small trees.Make sure you go to the ranger programs,They are great.
RGar974417 01/24/16 06:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Needed: A New Kind of Campground (Chuck Woodbury)

The owner still has to pay property taxes.In some states that's very high.They also have to pay insurance.If they have employees to mow and clean the restrooms what ever,they have to pay wages,FICA,workers comp,unemployment insurance etc.Back in the fifties,something like he suggests might have worked,but not today.If it was a great idea that was profitable,someone would have done it by now.
RGar974417 01/24/16 06:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Frustrating Time of Year

We went to Huntington State Park near Myrtle Beach,SC 2 years ago over Christmas.The day we got there it was 80. The rest of the week in the 50's and 60's.It's a nice campground with 130 sites.Some wooded some open.Some full hookups,most water and electric.Some nice restaurants right up the road in Murrels Inlet.
RGar974417 01/20/16 08:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Near Atlanta, GA

We stayed at High Falls State Park 2 years ago in the River Campground.It has alot of sites,some pull through's and some back in.Water and electric hookups,showers and laundry facilities. It's about 20 miles south of Atlanta off I-75. They also have a lakeside camp ground but the sites are small and at right angles to the road so they are hard to back into.
RGar974417 01/20/16 08:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Canadian Maritimes

Fundy National Park and Cape Breton Highlands NP both are interesting and both have campgrounds.
RGar974417 01/18/16 07:59pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Mt. Rushmore & Badlands-Must-See Suggestions

We enjoyed a place called " The Cosmos" and Bear Country USA. Also Badlands NP and Custer State Park especially the Wildlife Loop.
RGar974417 01/17/16 07:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Shawnee National Forest, Southern IL

Check this out from the Dows Forest Service Camping:http://www.forestcamping.com/dow/eastern/shn.htm Looks like one has water and electric hookups.
RGar974417 01/15/16 07:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Georgia Veterans SP and SAM Shortline

We stayed there many years ago. From what I remember it was pretty decent. I remember they had a sign no swimming because of gators! While there we visited Andersonville,The Confederate Naval Museum and the Infantry Museum at Ft Benning. All very worthwhile if you're into history.
RGar974417 01/07/16 05:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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