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RE: How did I miss gocampingamerica.com?

The database is privately held campgrounds only. It also appears that it's limited to members of the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC). That may limit the results but it's better than nothing when it comes to centralized amentity searches. Just my opinion but the limits makes it unusable for us. For instance, no 50 amp FHU parks in Prescott, AZ when there are actually several? We Have found RV Park Reviews and RV Parky to be much more useful. Even if you use this to find some combination of amenities, you are still going to have to use the other sites to make sure there are not several more with the same amenities and some may be much better. In my opinion, this site is nothing more than a sales tool for ARVC. Agree...their database leaves something to be desired. We'll stick with our usual...RV Park Reviews, Good Sams and Passport America.
Us out West 05/26/17 08:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Outdoor kitchen in Yellowstone (bears)?

Ask the local ranger. + a bunch!!
Us out West 05/20/17 09:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: within 350 miles of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN

Perhaps I ought to refine my search. We just want to travel for one day, hence the 350 miles maximum distance away from St. Paul and Minneapolis. Which direction doesn't matter. We are just hoping to find a place that someone has found and enjoyed. We are actually hoping to find several places like that and then narrow them down by doing more research. I suppose we could just close our eyes and point a finger at a map within the 350 miles, but this method seems like it ought to yield better results. Thanks to everyone who has responded so far. Why not mention where you have been within the 350 mile radius. That would help narrow the suggestions to where they will actually be a help. With that the Lake Superior region is worthy of a visit.
Us out West 05/18/17 12:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Traveling to Hesperia, CA from San Bernadino

It's a long pull to the top but certainly doable for us. We stayed in Hesperia at Desert Willow RV Park which was very nice for an overnight.
Us out West 05/18/17 10:16am Roads and Routes
RE: CRoute 65 from Bakersfield Ca. to Lemon Cove

Me either....... Ah...thanks for correcting your title.
Us out West 05/17/17 10:47am Roads and Routes
RE: CRoute 65 from Bakersfield Ca. to Lemon Cove

Route 65? Not sure where that is?
Us out West 05/17/17 10:43am Roads and Routes
RE: CRoute 65 from Bakersfield Ca. to Lemon Cove

Haven't heard of Bhersfield Ca.
Us out West 05/17/17 10:33am Roads and Routes
RE: No Reservations?

If you know where you want to go why not just make a reservation? If you just want to wander then.....
Us out West 05/16/17 07:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Towing 40ft 5th on Oregon Coast Highway

To the OP, We did a trip in 2013 starting in May but in the reverse. Left the Susanville, CA area for Redding then took the 299 to Trinidad, CA which was over a 3 hour run. Windy road but not a problem. There aren't that many choices to go from Redding to the 101 but I would do the 299 again. Going all the way down to Clear Lake was not a good option in our opinion. Here is our Redding Trip Report. From there you can follow our route up the 101 and the places we stayed. Our last stay on the coast was Westport, WA. Not sure where you plan on joining the 101 in Oregon...are you coming from Colorado? When we left Westport we headed inland to the 5 then South to the 84 then East ending up in Homedale, ID (stops in between of course) before heading to Winnemucca on our way to our home base in Reno. The reason I mention this is if you are coming/going to the coast from Colorado this is a route you may want to consider. With that safe travels and enjoy.
Us out West 05/16/17 07:07pm Roads and Routes
RE: Sacramento Area or north

Just wanted to come back and tell you all what we decided on. I booked "Lake Solano County Park". I remembered that a few years ago we did this route, where you go up to 80 then up the 505 to 5. It's more on the way, and it's shady on a river/reservoir and has hookups.... Thanks for all the advise though!!!! Good choice.
Us out West 05/16/17 09:08am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Xm/Sirius satellite radio.

We have Sirius in our truck and don't remember any time where it went off the air. Has all the channels we like including music, all sports and news.
Us out West 04/25/17 11:59am Technology Corner
RE: Vacuum cleaners

Another vote for the Shark Rocket...and the wife chose the Professional and loves it. Works much better and easier to use than the Dirt Devil central vav. We have 2 cockers and always alot of shedding going on plus wintering in S. AZ for 5 months in all the dust you vacuum alot. Here it is at Walmart where we bought it.
Us out West 04/18/17 09:04am General RVing Issues
RE: Dish TV

Obviously, this is not a discussion about receiving local while still within your local spot-beam. When you move outside your local spot-beam you MUST either call Dish and have them change your service address (on all receivers on the account) or you must NOT change the service address and depend upon your OTA TV antenna for ALL Network TV programming, Yup....and can be done by phone or online in little time at all. We like the HD from DISH...OTA? Don't remember the last time we've ever used it.
Us out West 04/17/17 06:26pm Technology Corner
RE: Progressive Industries gets acquired (Glup)

To get an idea of what the future may be like, look to the past. In 2014 Power Products acquired Blue Sea Systems, another company that had a very good reputation for quality products (no personal knowledge of their customer service). What's Blue Sea's reputation today? :):) Not familiar with them. How about you answer your own question and tell us.
Us out West 04/17/17 03:28pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dish TV

Don't believe they can change by tuner. Location is changed by account. The correct answer!!
Us out West 04/16/17 08:32pm Technology Corner
RE: California adds 12 cent gas tax and 20 cent diesel tax

More justification for our 65 gal. diesel aux fuel tank.
Us out West 04/08/17 08:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Canada Proof Golf Cart Batteries

Has anyone heard of or used Canada Proof 6 Volt golf cart batteries. There G2300 battery has the same electrical specifications as USB US2200, Interstate GC2-UTL and slightly better spec then the Trojan T105. They are $25 to $55 CDN cheaper here in Calgary. I was to told that they were made by Johnson Controls. Is this a 5th wheel topic/question?
Us out West 04/04/17 09:27pm Tech Issues
RE: Road closed for Winter

When the DOT changes the sign then you will know. :B
Us out West 04/04/17 06:54pm Roads and Routes
RE: Coast of Oregon

We love the Oregon coast. One of our trips was in 2013 and started in May at Brookings and ended in late June. Click here to follow us along and hopefully will help you in your prep. Safe travels.
Us out West 04/04/17 06:50pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Snowbird bang for buck: parked fiver or park model?

Last year we were at a RV Park which we frequented for a few years long term over the winter months...usually a 4-5 month stay. We thought this would be the place to come for as long as we were still traveling...boy were we wrong! Park management attitude and treatment of 'guests' went South seemingly overnight and after a couple weeks of this close to 70 rigs left in about a 2 week span (January) going to more friendly places. If one had owned a park model you can guess the predicament of going somewhere else. We prefer to have wheels under our 'home'.
Us out West 04/02/17 12:29pm Snowbirds
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