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RE: Route from PA to Clinton CT

We're leaving Hickory Run SP in White Haven PA to go to Clinton CT on our way to Bar Harbor. Should we go I-80E to I-287N to I-95? Or, is there a better way. Thanks for your help. I would and have gone I-80 to I-81 to I-84 to rt 9 off 84 in Ct...stay on Rt 9 til it hits 95 and go south on 95 for a very short distance.....the construction in Waterbury,Ct is only 8 or 9 miles long...and most days travels well...Chuck
ct1964ups 07/15/16 07:38pm Roads and Routes
RE: Long shot, but thought I'd ask...

Our boys really want to tailgate this fall. Not something we were planning to do with our fifth wheel, but hey - why not? I'm thinking a trip to NC State in Raleigh would be fun. (Ulterior motive - would love for our kids to consider this school when the time comes.) Anyone have experience tailgating there as a non-alum? Any general advice for newbies to the tailgating experience? you can park at the Fairgrounds as the OP has stated...It is first come ..no reservations,as we come for the NC State vs FSU game every other year....Chuck
ct1964ups 07/13/16 09:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Best route Albany, ny to Myrtle Beach with TT

Hi, Looking for tips and advice. I consider ourselves still newbies. We have only been campers for the past 3 years and have never traveled more than 3-4 hours from home. This is our first big travel and I am a little nervous, the driver (my husband) is not. We have driven many times to MB, but not with a TT. We will be leaving on a Wednesday, between 3-5 pm from Albany, NY. I am looking for advice on best route overall to take with TT, and I hate traffic. Also, any advice if possible for ideal gas stops and any recommendations of a place to stop just to grab a few hours sleep. We do not want a campground, we will only rest for a few hours and get back on the road. I was thinking somewhere close to Fredericksburg? Appreciate any other tips for traveling to MB. Thank you! we had friends from Selkirk and did MB for many years together...we woud go down 87 to Sufferin and take 287 for 45 miles to 78....78 to 81 to 66 near Front Royal,Va....66 to rt 17 around Warrenton,Va to 95...then straight down 95,not using the bypass at Richmomd, to Latta,SC ..this is a little longer but it is nice driving.....we always stayed in Wincester,Va both going and coming.....so pull in and use the Flying J....in Winchester....Chuck
ct1964ups 07/11/16 05:17pm Roads and Routes
RE: Bad experience Lancaster KOA

ADA requires reasonable accommodation of the disability. Based on OP's description, what was requested was reasonable if the distance from the campsite to the gate could not be easily traversed by the HC person. In addition to posting to the various campsite review sites, formal ADA complaint should be filed with a copy to the CG and to KOA main office.It is this thinking that causes businesses to want to get any disabled person in and out as soon as possible. The Drumbeat of sue, sue, sue makes businesses fear the disabled customer, not want to accommodate them. It is this thinking that causes businesses to want to get any disabled person in and out as soon as possible. The Drumbeat of sue, sue, sue makes businesses fear the disabled customer, not want to accommodate them. As far as whether or not the requests were reasonable, in my opinion absolutely not. Why should a disabled person get to bring in guests without a fee when everyone else has to pay. Not all parks have the ability to monitor all visitors. We can, but we are in Montana and very few of our guests from Thailand have visitors stopping by. But if a park is located a short distance from major metro areas and serves primarily locals, it would be close to impossible to administer some visitors in free and others pay. As for the golf cart, our insurance specifies that we are not to allow any non employee to operate or ride in park vehicles. Maybe as the owner I would take that chance, buy I don't empower my employees to make that decision. You have a well earned reputation on this site, and it isn't a good one. However, this may be a new low, even for you.... Actually based on prior posts I certainly would frequent her (IIRC) campground if I ever was in the area and knew which one it was. and what part of "As for the golf cart, our insurance specifies that we are not to allow any non employee to operate or ride in park vehicles. Maybe as the owner I would take that chance, buy I don't empower my employees to make that decision." was it difficult for you to understand? bumpy I don't think anyone on here said They had to cater to the peopleThey had to cater to the people...but a reasonable accommodation WOULD HAVE LET THE PEOPLE PICK HER UP AT HER SITE.....AND WOULD HAVE CAUSED NO HARDSHIP TO THE OWNERS/MANAGERS OF THE CAMPGROUND...and the ADA is about reasonable accommodations ....now if they abused it....then it would have ended...Chuck
ct1964ups 07/10/16 08:11am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Long term camping near Pittsburgh

My father is going to be in the Pittsburg PA area for about 3 months for his liver cancer treatment. He has a brand new RV he bought a week before he found out his cancer was back. He is looking at taking his RV up from Georgia to stay during his treatments. Does anyone have any suggestions on where he can stay in the area for the 3 months? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks we liked Indian Brave campground in Harmony,Pa which is north of Pittsburg,it is about 29 miles depending exactly where...Chuck
ct1964ups 07/10/16 07:55am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bad experience Lancaster KOA

Recently stayed at this KOA. Wife has mobility issues & uses cane/ walker. Asked if our friends could come to pick us up without paying $18 fee- NO. Could you take her in golf cart to gate - NO, it's for work. Can you please make an exception. NO. So, we walked. Will never stay there again. You definitely have a good case to file a violation with the State of Pa on the ADA laws..they are obligated to afford you some leeway and apparantly they didn't..but she must be documented...Chuck
ct1964ups 07/09/16 12:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: baltimore to maine

Dahkota's route, except I did I-81 to Scranton last year and it was construction and rough road between Harrisburg and Scranton. Maybe some local will chime in and update the road conditions there, but if not, I recommend either I-78 to I-287 over the Tappan Zee to I-684 to I-84 or I-80 to US209 to I-84. Also the eastern end of I-84 in PA had some bridge construction. Like Dahkota's route with 83 to Harrisburg;81 to the 78/81 split... .go 78 to rt 22 thru Allentown to rt 33 north 33 north to 80 east to exit 309 and then rt 209 to 84 84 to 90 90 to 495 t0 95 Chuck
ct1964ups 06/21/16 07:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: CG recommendations Florida panhandle

DH and I are planning an extended trip in our 32'MH with slides, with toad. Looking to stay anywhere from 3-5 days anywhere between Pensacola area and Panama City Region. Would appreciate your experiences at CGs in this area. Our schedule is flexible, should be in the area between last week of Sep to first week of October. Looking for FHU, waterfront not necessary. Would like level site with enough room to enjoy being outside under our awning. Passport America would be great, but Good Sam also fine. Would actually prefer not shady so we can use our sat tv. Thanks. i would look at Santa Rosa Beach in Navarre;Camping On The Gulf in Destin;Topsail In Santa Rosa Beach;HoHum in Carrabelle(my first choice) ;and Governor's campground in St Joes,Florida...Chuck
ct1964ups 06/21/16 07:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Beverly Beach Camptown Flagler Beach FL

We stayed a month one winter, and the sites are really really close. We were in a site for a few days that would not let us open the slide completely, that is tight. We moved a few sites down where we could open all slides but no way could you even think about opening an awning. I don't know where your going to find room for a tent unless you out it out on the beach. It was a nice place to sit right on the ocean but not a lot of space for each rv. If there is any wind at all those awning clamps won't help...we had 5 motorhomes there and put up 3 easy ups..tied together,tied to the motorhome wheels and picnic tables and concrete rebar stakes and one night wind started to blow and lost the whole mess...all went in the dumpster..... Can use that easy up on the beach..the sea wall should cut the wind and give you shade on the beach but it is really nice campground...right on the beach and ay night can sit and see the shrimp boats out at sea......have a great trip down..Chuck
ct1964ups 06/21/16 06:52am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I 95 south of Washington

From the response I will stay on I81 to 64 then I95. Thanks to all Frank Actually Frank,it ya are looking for the best ride..worry free it is......I-81 to the intersection of I-81 and I-77 near Max Meadow,Va...then south on I-77 to Columbia,SC..then in Columbia,SC,get on I-26 east to I-95....what a ride ,not a worry in the world.... PM if ya want some nice resturants or campgrounds along the way,also Chuck
ct1964ups 06/06/16 07:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: Suggestions for North Eastern States Please

CT ideas: Guilford - Henry Whitfield House Museum - ca. 1639, also Thomas Griswold House, Hyland House, town dock, town center - definitely a colonial town. Madison - Lenny and Joe's Fish Tale Restaurant Gillette Castle - East Haddam, CT Groton, CT - USS Nautilus Museum Mystic - Mystic Seaport as mentioned NH ideas: Laconia area - Lake Winnepesaukee - day trip on the M/V Mt. Washington White Mountains - loop Kancamagus Highway/Rte 112 to Conway, up through Crawford Notch (Mt Washington Hotel, Mt. Washington Cog Railway) on Rte 302, south on Rte 3 thru Franconia Notch (The Flume, Cannon Mtn. Tramway, The Basin) back to start of the "Kanc" in Lincoln. Watch for Moose! Evening Moose tours from Lincoln... LOTS to see in NH! ST try Bill's Fish at the sining bridge...on the madison/Clinton line...really hands above Lenny's
ct1964ups 06/05/16 01:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: RV park near Cotton Bowl?

So I have tickets to the annual Red River shootout, which is during the Texas State fair. Does anyone know what area options exist durning this time and location? Giving you my tickets is NOT an option :B we went to a game and stayed out at the Vineyards...great campground and beautiful litttle town to walk and great places to eat we hired a limo to take us in and out for the game.....and even for a night down at the Stockyards...Chuck
ct1964ups 05/22/16 07:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Stuart Florida to Binghamton NY

Best Route to Binghamton NY from Stuart Florida so far I know that I go left at Washington should I go directly to I81 or follow my GPS to Harrisburg and get on there any suggestions? Thanks for any response and drive safe:) I Would second the 95 to 26 to 77 to 81....couple good campgrounds are the barnyard in Columbia and the Ft Chiswell as mentioned...then Lee Hi in lexington,Va ot Shenadoha in Mt Jackson,Va Chuck
ct1964ups 05/17/16 07:30am Roads and Routes
RE: I-75 From Cincinnati to Port Charlotte Fl.

We are leaving from Columbus, sent away for a Trip-Tik from AAA they routed us down I77, I26, I95, I4, US-17. Wondering what is wrong with I75? I personally like to go down thru Birmingham,Ala to Montgomery then thru Dothan,Ala to I-10 over to rt 98/27 down to Ocala then on to I-75...I realize it is about a 100 miles longer but just seems to be a more relaxing ride....and it isn't cause I'm shy to drive thru big cities...Chuck
ct1964ups 05/12/16 10:02am Roads and Routes
RE: Louisville Kentucky camping

Looking for a camp site in or within a short driving distance to Louisville we stay at the fairgrounds...full hookups and right where you want to be..Chuck
ct1964ups 05/10/16 06:45am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: SW Mich. to Saco,ME. in June I-80 or I-90?

We are looking to load up the 5er a 36 ft. and go to Maine in June from SW Michigan. Looking for best. I think the route on I-90 looks like great stops along the way. Any advice? Pro's/Con's for either route. Thanks A lot. when we go out that away,I would go I-80 to I-81 in Pa...( can stop at the Mohegan Casino ..lot c ....in Wilkes-Barre the first night then I-81 for 22 miles to I-84 straight thru Pa,NY and Conn to I-90 in Mass....stay on I-90 for a cpl of exits then I-495 north right to I-95 at the Mass/NH state line... First rest area in NH has the state liquor store and some decent prices on liquor with no tax we like Wassimi Springs in Scarsbourgh,Me..........also if traveling around Maine, go to Red's Eats in Wicassett,Me for the best lobsta roll there is Chuck
ct1964ups 05/09/16 11:55am Roads and Routes
RE: rv park near north hills of Pittsburgh

We are planning to spend a week or two in the Pittsburgh area this summer in mid August. I am trying to find a rv park closer to the North Hills area of Pittsburgh.(Shaler) I have noted the following campgrounds: BUTTERCUP WOODLANDS in RENFREW, BEAR RUN in Portesville,INDIAN BRAVE, AND HARTS CONTENT in BEAVER Falls. We have a 40 foot motorcoach and will be towing a car. Any suggestions?? tina1bear, we stayed at bear Run....with a 43 ft motorhome...it was TIGHT...I would never go back....had doubts I could get out and I been driving trucks for 43 yrs...I ended up backing out of a pull thru....had quite a crowd watching as we left Stayed at Indian Brave and found it to be ok...many seasonals but sites decent and people friendly would go back if i was going into Pittsburg , next time stayed at the KOA in Mercer....wife wanted to go to outlet center..nice people running the campgroung and we are going back to the outlets and the KOA...Chuck
ct1964ups 03/28/16 08:28am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: traveling south

Heading south through Atlanta couple questions, 1) is there a good time to drive through? 2) would it be wise to go down 95 south or even 65 south? leaving from cincinnati, traveling to Miami fl. I like coming down 75 to Chattanogga to Birmington,Ala to Montgomery,Ala down 231 thru Dothan to I-10...mabe 100 miles longer but nice ride..Chuck went this route in reverse and it was a-ok..Chuck
ct1964ups 03/25/16 09:21am Roads and Routes
RE: traveling south

Heading south through Atlanta couple questions, 1) is there a good time to drive through? 2) would it be wise to go down 95 south or even 65 south? leaving from cincinnati, traveling to Miami fl. I like coming down 75 to Chattanogga to Birmington,Ala to Montgomery,Ala down 231 thru Dothan to I-10...mabe 100 miles longer but nice ride..Chuck
ct1964ups 03/24/16 04:37pm Roads and Routes
RE: Dingy towing braking systems

Yo Gamecock ( I'll not holds that against you ! ). When you determine what system you want, and if it's a self install such as the Brake Buddy or similar, check out EBay as you can pick some up for way less than list price. Congrats to the Lady Gamcocks ( you do realize how odd that sounds ) on another fine year. Go Tigers!!! I have been using the RV1Brake system...for 2 yrs and it works well, small enough to store ,easy to put in..less than 5 minutes...great Customer Service..Chuck GO NOLES AND LADY HUSKIES..(2 kids..2 schools)
ct1964ups 03/24/16 07:34am Class A Motorhomes
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