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RE: Going to open a lot of opinions: new TT

Careful with Evergreen! There is a post 2 days ago on this forum on a disaster the owner had with a brand new one literally falling apart. I read that nightmare post. Unbelievable. However, at the same time there are happy Evergreen owners that have never had problems. Very odd...and scary.
bakerkids 12/24/15 08:38am Travel Trailers
RE: Going to open a lot of opinions: new TT

I love the Evergreen Element 28RLSS and the 30FLS.
bakerkids 12/22/15 08:58pm Travel Trailers
RE: Would you buy one?

Yes! I love it. I have been a T@B owner for six years, though, so that size appeals to me. However, I would also wait on a used one and not pay that price.
bakerkids 12/22/15 08:38pm Travel Trailers
RE: Small Trailer Recommendations

I can stand in my T@B. at 6'1", hubby can stand at the front. It has a u-shaped dinette that converts to a little larger than a queen bed, so you're sitting when not in the front anyway. With the attached add-a-room, we're able to camp with our grown kids, as the AC unit easily cools the room. https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7176/13993313563_a5fd9cce4f.jpgK8 Kent Cole Jenna T by C. Baker, on Flickr https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8150/7311609450_73b6875b1c.jpgKobe and add-a-room by C. Baker, on Flickr
bakerkids 12/08/15 07:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Louisiana to Decatur, IN- Sights to see, places to camp?

If you come up I-57 I would suggest you stay at one of the five campgrounds surrounding Rend Lake in southern IL (Near Benton). It's a COE, 13 miles long and 3 miles wide. It's very busy during the summer with boating activities, but crowds are way down at this point. The closest CG to I-57 is Gun Creek at Exit 77. Very easy on and off. The lake has 4 federal campgrounds plus a state park. The state park, alone, has over 200 sites. I love their bike trails Another popular state park is Lincoln Trail, near Marshall, IL, west of Terre Haute, IN. The 2 loops are completely different. In Indiana you won't be far from Spencer and McCormick's Creek State Park. Very good hiking. Beautiful park with a lodge, cabins, swimming pools, waterfalls... Actually Decatur is a pretty good drive from McCormick Creek and Spencer. With that said they are worthy of a visit. You will be much closer to the rv plants and the Amish area as Dutchmansport stated. True, but depending on what route they take to get to Decatur, they could come up through Spencer. It would be worth it. You would take I-64 East at Mt. Vernon, IL, and then catch 69 north up to Spencer...or the way I go, take route 50 over to Vincennes, IN, and then north.
bakerkids 10/08/15 09:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Walk up site Great Smoky Mountains

I didn't have trouble finding campgrounds closed in Pigeon Forge in February. I don't think that will be a problem.
bakerkids 10/06/15 08:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Spring Trip: South East

I enjoy James Island County Park when staying near Charleston SC. I don't know if you travel with pets, but they have an awesome dog park. Great bike trails, too. My favorite in Nashville is Seven Points, a COE campground on Percy Priest Lake, east side of the city. No FHU, but if you didn't camp there it's still a nice visit. Very close to I-40. Matter of fact I'll be there ten days from now on my way SE. About a half hour NW of Atlanta is Lake Allatoona, a COE area that's very nice. I think they have 8 campgrounds near the lake. I love McKinney. It's close to I-75 and has 150 sites. I don't believe they have FHU, either, though.
bakerkids 10/06/15 08:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Louisiana to Decatur, IN- Sights to see, places to camp?

If you come up I-57 I would suggest you stay at one of the five campgrounds surrounding Rend Lake in southern IL (Near Benton). It's a COE, 13 miles long and 3 miles wide. It's very busy during the summer with boating activities, but crowds are way down at this point. The closest CG to I-57 is Gun Creek at Exit 77. Very easy on and off. The lake has 4 federal campgrounds plus a state park. The state park, alone, has over 200 sites. I love their bike trails Another popular state park is Lincoln Trail, near Marshall, IL, west of Terre Haute, IN. The 2 loops are completely different. In Indiana you won't be far from Spencer and McCormick's Creek State Park. Very good hiking. Beautiful park with a lodge, cabins, swimming pools, waterfalls...
bakerkids 10/06/15 07:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: DOT Age of Tires

When I last bought new tires, I was surprised to see they were 8 months old. Ugh.
bakerkids 10/06/15 07:28pm Travel Trailers
RE: Georgia mountains

I stayed at Trackrock while in Blairsville. http://www.trackrock.com/
bakerkids 08/29/15 08:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Owensboro BBQ Festival

www.diamondlakeresort.net
bakerkids 08/29/15 05:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Have you ever camped in a cemetery??

It stated that if you're a member of the Elks you can camp free. However, there's a listing of Elks that allow that, and most all charge a fee if I recall.
bakerkids 08/29/15 05:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Nashville Tn...Recommendations

I prefer state and federal, and stay at Seven Points CG on J. Percy Priest Lake.
bakerkids 08/29/15 03:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Confused

I don't like campers with a full back bathroom, because where I camp the view is out the back. With the TM, the view would be out the back door and I prefer that. Conversely, if you camp where the sites are close, back-to-back, your porch is going to be not far from their big back window, or their patio.
bakerkids 06/09/15 01:51pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone have a runaway camper?

My friend with the Runaway, and another with a T@G, don't sleep on the floor. One doubled 2 twin mattresses, and the other uses a cot type of bed.
bakerkids 06/03/15 08:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone have a runaway camper?

I know a couple of gals who have one and seem to really like them. They wanted something lightweight so they wouldn't have to purchase a truck or SUV, but not be in a tent, and have space to haul things. They have a comfortable, dry bed plus AC. I own a T@B, and love it, but they'd have to pay triple or more of the price of the Runaway camper to get a used T@B or T@G.
bakerkids 06/02/15 01:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: Big South Fork - Bandy Creek Campground

I'm supposed to be there in July with Sisters on the Fly. I keep returning to TN, though, so may cancel. I need to go other directions!
bakerkids 05/27/15 08:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What is a "Small TT"?

I guess it's small when folks say "is that for your dogs?" https://c4.staticflickr.com/8/7253/6936692696_d787ddd29c_z.jpgKobe by C. Baker, on Flickr]https://c4.staticflickr.com/8/7253/6936692696_d787ddd29c_z.jpgKobe by C. Baker, on Flickr
bakerkids 05/27/15 06:42pm Travel Trailers
RE: Cancellation of reservation, Indiana

I assume all states are different. On the Reserve America site, under "help", you have to choose the state or agency when asking a question or reading policies. I have cancelled IL sites before and only paid the $10 fee. The help section says you can change the dates, but it doesn't tell how. When I go to my online reservation and click "change", I'm given options but not date options so I'm trying to figure that part out. Maybe if I hang with it, the dates will pop up on the next page.... Not sure how that works yet.
bakerkids 05/19/15 08:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cancellation of reservation, Indiana

I called. She couldn't explain why, but assumed it was the rules of Reserve America, although the park page doesn't say that. I haven't tried to move it to a different date. May or may not try that, depending on what happens with our schedule.
bakerkids 05/17/15 05:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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