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RE: Where to go...East coast for a month (reverse snowbird)

Also check out Country Acres in the Lancaster area, it is close to a lot of the tourist things to do. Spring Gulch is very nice but a large hill divides the campground but they are near Shady Maple. This area can get HOT in the summer as well and as said before the farther north usually the cooler it can be.
dblr 02/21/18 06:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Driving in St. Louis?

Another vote for the Casino Queen campground, we visited there with our full size Kenworth and 40' 5th wheel, no problem getting in or out to the interstate and having the security take us to and from the train station saved us unloading the Smart car off to drive around.
dblr 02/06/18 05:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Towing with an F-450.

We tow with a full size Kenworth tractor with a Smart car on the deck, 42 5th wheel behind and do not stop at weigh scales, as said above, not getting paid and no commercial marking on the truck. The truck is also registered as a RV, in 5 years so far never been chased down or stopped, some LEO have admired and complimented us on our set up as well. This has been discussed many times on the Escapee forums in the HDT section if you would like to check it out there. I think I saw you in 2013 at the Gunnison KOA. If it wasn't you then you have a twin running around out there. Now that's funny because we have been told that before, we actually just bought it that year in June so you might have seen the previous owner.
dblr 02/05/18 07:38am Tow Vehicles
RE: Rv show what to expect?

Best place to see a multiple amount of units in one place to compare, but unless it is one of the larger shows with factory support I think you can deal just as good outside of a show. Go look and have fun
dblr 02/03/18 06:56am Travel Trailers
RE: Towing with an F-450.

I have seen a lot of the rv drivers that deliver with magnetic signs and some seem to remove them from their vehicles on their return trips with out a camper, I can not say this is legal or not but that way they skip scales or DOT inspection stations.
dblr 02/03/18 06:53am Tow Vehicles
RE: Looking for bunkhouse

Check out the Cedar Creek Silverback line they have one, plus folks on the Forest River owners Forum have posted great support from the factory when needed. Good luck on your search.
dblr 02/02/18 07:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Towing with an F-450.

We tow with a full size Kenworth tractor with a Smart car on the deck, 42 5th wheel behind and do not stop at weigh scales, as said above, not getting paid and no commercial marking on the truck. The truck is also registered as a RV, in 5 years so far never been chased down or stopped, some LEO have admired and complimented us on our set up as well. This has been discussed many times on the Escapee forums in the HDT section if you would like to check it out there.
dblr 02/02/18 07:21am Tow Vehicles
RE: Buy for Dealer or Buy for Model?

Why don't you let us know what brand and floor plan you are looking at and also who the local dealer is Sure. I like the forest river r-pod rp-172. The local dealer I've talked to is http://www.stoltzfusrvs.com/. They don't stock the rp-172 so I'd have to order it. I also like the winnebago micro minnie 1700bh, which https://www.fretzrv.com carries. Both trailers seem comparable in terms of construction and features. I like the larger bunks in the r-pod and it's smaller and lighter overall. (The wet bath of the r-pod vs full in the minnie doesn't matter much to me.) While I like the r-pod a bit better than the minnie overall, I've preferred my interactions with Fretz to Stoltzfus. Seeing it's a R-Pod I assume it is the Stoltzfus in Adamstown Pa. I for one have had a great time dealing with them, sales is wonderful, and service has been good there also. who have you spoke with, Lee or Wayne? Anyway I was always treated well there, we ordered a Cedar Creek and everything went as either planned or how they said it would. We would have bought our current unit from them but they did not carry that line. PM me if you have any more questions about them or even the Forest River line as we are FROGS and attend a lot of their rallies. Good luck
dblr 02/02/18 07:14am General RVing Issues
RE: Buy for Dealer or Buy for Model?

Why don't you let us know what brand and floor plan you are looking at and also who the local dealer is, I am sure someone here can offer help on both, might be bad but can also be good. I know most of the dealers in your area and have friends who have purchased at or have tried to so might be able to offer a little help. Good luck on your purchase.
dblr 02/01/18 06:06am General RVing Issues
RE: Local Fellow Campers

Up the road some in Newark De
dblr 01/30/18 05:36am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Elkhart County Fairgrounds, IN

It has gotten less noisy as trees have grown some along the tracks, as said it depends where you are on the fairgrounds, we go there at least once a year for the FROG Rally and have gotten used to the trains. Also heard they are building some overpasses to lessen the crossings which also lesson the amount they blow their horn
dblr 01/21/18 03:09pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Poop water is everywhere

Thanks for sharing this very funny story, but now have to wait until next year to share it at a campfire!!!!!!!!!!
dblr 11/16/17 02:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is there a toyhauler w/a livingrm?

Some builders now make a front living room toy hauler, the kick is the garage will only hold one bike or golf cart but that might be what you need. River Stone and Cedar Creek are bringing one out also Grand Design and I believe Montana both have one in production now. You also can not get in the garage form inside the camper
dblr 11/07/17 04:49am Toy Haulers
RE: I just discovered FLR 5th wheels, what are your thoughts?

The outside storage is much less in the front living room floor plan also.
dblr 11/02/17 02:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Who offers a 5th wheel factory installed Geni?

I know the River Stone and their Legacy line both offer factory installed generators, also I think the DRV's do also. Probably the custom builders do also.
dblr 10/31/17 04:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Vermont Highway 9

Keep in mind there is a by-pass around Bennington which you can use and also in Wilmington the road narrows down and gets busy with people in the shops along there. To me the roads and hills are not bad and don't let the truck run offs spook you. Have a safe trip.
dblr 10/29/17 05:46am Roads and Routes
RE: Cedar creek quality?

Plenty of info here http://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/f23/
dblr 10/24/17 04:40am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Do I have a problem

I had the same issue on our Cedar Creek, factory repaired it at no cost to us. Good luck on your repair.
dblr 10/18/17 04:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: NJ campgrounds

For the Cape May area we always used Seashore Campsites, not family owned anymore so not sure how it's been since a corporate buy out
dblr 10/14/17 02:51am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Steve & Deb's 5X8 Hiker Deluxe

Congrats and enjoy, looks like you thought this out very well to suit YOUR needs.
dblr 09/29/17 04:31am Travel Trailers
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