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RE: Pittsburgh Pa.

About 25 minutes east and just off the Turnpike at New Stanton we have used Fox Den Acres when in the Pittsburg area.
dblr 03/30/14 05:53am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: looking for a bunk house with 2 bedrooms

I would try looking at used units as this plan was mad a few years ago but did not last, the bunk rooms were very small, for what you want this is a good choice but good luck finding one. Sorry but I can not remember what mfg made them.
dblr 03/24/14 05:55am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Pilgrim Open Road advice please?

We had a Open Road 5th wheel, we did like the unit a lot but we were one that had frame damage, ours cracked just under the bed room slide. Had that fixed but also then found out the frame connecting to the pin box area was also broken, also got that fixed but then traded it in before anything else cracked. The shop that fixed it said there were very poor welds done all were mostly just tack welds, I feel this was more a fault of Lippert not Pilgrim. Good luck with your choice the insides were very well put together only a few little things needed fixing.
dblr 03/24/14 05:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Anastasia State park sites.

We picked site 123 form looking at the pictures, we have a 39' 5th wheel, it looked good in the picture. We will be there in June during the early part of the week so maybe it will not be that crowded if we have to change the site.
dblr 03/20/14 03:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Front Living Rooms... yea or nay?

We saw a Rushmore at a show a couple of weeks ago with the front living room and window, but it looked like a rock had hit the window as it was damaged, I do miss the front windows in all of the campers but at least the old ones had rock guards. That was the 1st one we saw that was ever damaged.
dblr 03/13/14 05:23am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Camping at Disney World

We were able to have a package built at the Fort with tickets, site and dinning plan for 2 different families on 2 separate sites and they even linked them together so we were next to each other plus a 3rd family without the dinning plan.
dblr 03/11/14 05:06am Family Camping
RE: Camping at Disney World

Sorry the link did not work just copy and insert
dblr 03/03/14 05:40am Family Camping
RE: Camping at Disney World

I would look at this site for any Disney info you want. http://www.fortfiends.net/forum/
dblr 03/03/14 05:39am Family Camping
RE: RV Park Suggestions near Lancaster, PA

I would like to add one campground, Spring Gulch, their rates are much lower in April very nice campground, close to Shady Maple and if you needed to a place to store the camper while you go to New York city.
dblr 03/03/14 05:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: HELP! Campground between Gettysburg & Baltimore

If you only have to go to Balt. for 1 trip I think I would just stay in Gettysburg and make the drive, we have a friend that has done that and said it's not that bad, she takes Rt15 down but not sure where after that.
dblr 03/03/14 05:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cape May or Wildwood, NJ

We have always likes Seashore Campsites near Cape May, they were bought this year by Sun RV Resorts but have heard a lot of the same people will still be working there so not sure how it will change.
dblr 03/03/14 05:23am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Do any Orlando canpgrounds have shuttle to Universal?

There is always a taxi, I am sure not cheap but an option.
dblr 02/26/14 05:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need your suggestions - w/in a day's drive of NJ

I would second the Amish area, only about a 3-4 hour ride depending on where in the Lancaster Pa area you would camp. Plus from there you are close to Hershey, Gettysburg and even Philadelphia if you wanted to head that way.
dblr 02/23/14 05:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pennsylvania Campgrounds Suggestions -- Eastern Half

I would 2nd Oak Creek in Bowmansville Pa and Lake In Woods was bought out by a corporation so not sure what it's like there now.
dblr 02/10/14 05:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: What forum is best for converted tractor-trailers?

After working at UPS for the last 37 years( retired) UPS brown would be my last color choice, but if that's what you like go for it. Do you work there? And if so you should know the reason why that color was chosen. It is bold and looks nice in a wooded area for camping. It might look more aesthetic in a nice RV park too: more wood-like. No, I never worked for UPS. Brown is also dark and looks commanding on the freeway. Yes it is bold, the true reason was the founder of UPS saw the trains come into the station with that color( then called Pullman brown) and the cars never looked real dirty, so that's a reason that color was chosen. As far as your original question also check out the Escapees Forum and look under HDT you will find plenty of info there also some on IRV2 Forums under HDT Conversions, Good Luck on your project.
dblr 01/19/14 05:37am Fifth-Wheels
RE: What forum is best for converted tractor-trailers?

After working at UPS for the last 37 years( retired) UPS brown would be my last color choice, but if that's what you like go for it. Do you work there? And if so you should know the reason why that color was chosen.
dblr 01/18/14 05:27am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Our Eagle has Landed! New Fifth Wheel Arrived Yesterday!

Congrats and good luck, always liked the Jayco's
dblr 01/12/14 05:35am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Cedar Point Amusement Park, Sandusky, Ohio

We usually get season passes at Dorney Park that is good at all the Cedar Fair parks and try to plan trips to take advantage of them.I did not know this. Thank you! Also if you get the premium season pass it also will get you into the water parks, which are a separate admission. Just check if you would but a pass which one gets you into everything to make sure you get the right one. And don't forget Kings Dominion in Va. is also a Cedar Fair park and they have a campground there also.
dblr 01/11/14 01:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cedar Point Amusement Park, Sandusky, Ohio

Cedar Point is a great park if you plan it right, yes stay on the grounds at Lighthouse Point worth the money in the long run. We usually get season passes at Dorney Park that is good at all the Cedar Fair parks and try to plan trips to take advantage of them. There are things to see and do close by and on the way it just depends what you like. we always can find something or someplace we have not seen and then just see what's around. Check out Cleveland there are things there like the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame a nice science museum next door catch a ball game.
dblr 01/09/14 06:44am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Summer beach camping, NJ, DE, points south

Check out Delaware Seashore State Park, plus they are adding and upgrading sites this year, walk to the beach, just do not leave your awning out there.
dblr 12/25/13 03:42am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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