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RE: Great Smoky Mountains area RV Campgrounds

Can anyone tell me if the Pine Mountain CG is pet friendly? I don't see any mention of it on their site. Thanks!
CapeM1 08/27/14 06:13pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Any chance for Topsail without a ressie?

We are in the midst of planning a trip south in October. I know it's late to try and get sites this close on, but do the State Parks reserve 100% of their spots out or do they make sure to keep a few open for daily "walk ins". We would love to visit Topsail for a few days but we are working on a "wing it" schedule. Our plan is Orlando,(for which we DO have reservations), then somewhere on gulf-coast (Topsail?), but then might like to come back up and visit Stone Mountain, and then go over to Pigeon Forge. We have never had the opportunity of so much time to travel so we want to make the most of it, yet don't want to be strangled down by a schedule, and hope that there is at least a chance of getting into one of the many state parks without a prior reservation. Anyone else done it? Thanks for any help.
CapeM1 08/27/14 11:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
An added bonus for us while at Assateague Statae park!

We are (not soon enough) going to Assateague Island State park in early June. We love that place and were lucky enough to get a site in the H-loop (the only one with electric). Not only are we now able to bring our pet..as an added bonus I just noted that there is a launch going off at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility, during the time we are there. It is a 2 a.m. launch so I am sure we will see it perfectly from the beach at Assateague. The flight is to bring supplies to the space station. What a great trip to look forward to (especially after this loooong winter!) So excited:)
CapeM1 05/02/14 06:18pm General RVing Issues
New RV resort near the Smokey Mountains...

Saw an ad for this new CG located in Dandridge, TN. It is apparently scheduled to open on 3/17/2014. It lists some nice amenities and shows beautiful views. It called "Anchor Down Resort" This is their link If anyone gets the chance to visit this place I hope they tell us about their experience. It looks like some good money and planning has been invested. :)
CapeM1 02/25/14 01:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Disney raises ticket price

Disney has little interest in people wanting to go to the parks for only 1 day. They want to make it a destination resort where people stay 3-5+ days. At Disney World for instance, a 1 day pass is $99 but a 9 day ticket is $344 or just $38 a day. We just came back from a full week long vacation there. Had a great time and a very good value. Transportation from airport to Disneyworld was free and no rental car was needed our entire trip since Disney has their own transportation system. That said, I agree its too expensive to go for just 1 day and its also way too expensive and over crowded to bother going over holidays or school break periods. Ditto!
CapeM1 02/24/14 07:31pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Need your suggestions - w/in a day's drive of NJ

I would recommend (to the south) Assateague Island, MD, where you can camp on the beach and among the wild ponies, and deer. To the north if you don't mind approximately an 8hr trip from South Jersey, I would suggest visiting Niagara Falls.
CapeM1 02/23/14 04:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Seashore Campsites, Cape May NJ Purchased by Sun RV Resorts

I was very disappointed to read this today. We live very close to this CG and for years have gone there several times a year with our grandchildren for short, getaway trips. We already have two reservations for this coming season. I did just see on the Seashore Campsites Facebook page that son (of the original owners) will still be managing the CG and that the same employees will return. I guess how much the new "corporate" owners are willing to spend to keep the CG at its current high standards eventually be seen. It was always a great place to visit..but I think the track record of "corporate" takeovers usually go downhill more than uphill. Just my opinion.
CapeM1 02/21/14 06:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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