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RE: One to two hours from Medina OH?

Thanks all.
JTHarley 07/24/16 07:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: One to two hours from Medina OH?

Thanks, not real comfortable leaving at a truck stop. I can look at rvparkreviews but there's so many to cover and u can't get dates they are open unless you visit the web site.
JTHarley 07/23/16 01:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
One to two hours from Medina OH?

We will be leaving for florida in late October and plan on spending 6 months there. I may have to run north (to Medina Ohio) in December or January. I was planning on driving the motorhome and tow vehicle part of the way back but did not want to drive the MH into snow and ice. I'm wondering if there are any campgrounds 2-3 hours south of Medina that we could park the RV at while we drive into Medina for a day to take care of business and then head back to Florida. Any suggestions in mid-ohio that is open in the winter. Not looking for anything other than a place to park the rig and plug in 50 amp. Thanks, Jim
JTHarley 07/23/16 10:00am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bluewater RV Resort

Joe, i will also be making this trip but from cincinnati ohio. is 41 what they call alligator alley? Also we are staying at Miami evrglades park in Homestead for a couple nights b4 making the last leg into bluewater. ant place you might recommend staying farther North in florida,? I75 is Alligator Alley, 41 is Tamiami Trail There is a nice ocean front campground in St. Augustine called Bryn Mawr Ocean Resort. Get an ocean front site for easy in and out. Then it is straight down I-95 to Miami Everglades park about 4 hours.
JTHarley 05/09/16 04:16pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Bluewater RV Resort

Probably the nicest resort on the ocean in Florida......always stay at Miami Everglades as a jumping off point.
JTHarley 05/09/16 02:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Looking for covered storage in or near St. Augustine

HI all, I own a site at Bryn Mawr in St. Augustine and before leaving last year I purchased a park model that we will be staying in and renovating while there this year between November and May. I have a 35' Dynamax DQ320XL (2015) and am looking for a covered or indoor storage area to park in in Januay, February, March and April....Not having any luck finding a place and thought I would post here for suggestions from those who may live in the area. I'm also looking for a spot with electric so I can keep it plugged in. I will be using it a few weekends each month....any suggestions.
JTHarley 09/30/15 11:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Stops along the way from Fla to Michigan

We snowbird from Michigan to Florida every year for the last 14.....Here is a route we enjoy. From Michigan: Nashville..great place to spend a few days on the ride down. Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mills, and downtown honkey tonks, General Lee dinner cruise.. Music Valley Drive has 3 nice campgrounds. Two Rivers, KOA and Jellystone. Shuttles from all three to the major attractions. Next we shoot over to the Knoxville area: Dollywood for the kids, lots of touristy stuff but also great hiking and touring in the mountains and foothills....many many campgrounds. One year we went Memphis to Nashville to Florida. In Kentucky you can stop at one of the many caves in the area for a day trip and many of them have campgrounds adjacent or very near. Mammoth cave is cool and so is the one you take a boat thru...can't remember the name. Chattanooga has a great aquarium and a trip up to Rock City is worth it while your there. I think the campground we stayed at was Holliday which is on a civil war battlefield and burial ground. In Michigan the UP is beautiful! I prefer to travel up US-23 to the mackinaw bridge and over. There are great state parks all along the shoreline and lighthouses to tour. Many small all american towns and not nearly as "touristy" as the west side of the state. I think Mackinac Mills campground is on the lake also with a spectacular view of the bridge and mackinaw island....which by the way is an absolute must. Take the ferry to the island and spend the whole day. No cars just bikes and horses and buggies. A real piece of american treasure. Don't leave out a boat tour of Pictured Rocks in the U.P. BTW....taking the Nashville route vs. I-75 is about a 30 minute difference in time between Michigan and Florida. Done it both ways, straight up 75 and the detour to Nashville then back up to 75 or I-69
JTHarley 09/21/15 04:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Distinction Between C+ & Super C!

As others have said a "C" is a "C".......However, there is a difference between a class C motorhome and a Truck Conversion just as there is a difference in a Class A and a Bus Conversion (prevost, bluebird) Here's one that will also make your head spin......a few years back, some Truck Conversion Manufacturers started putting "class A" on the title. My first Dynamax (Grand Sport 450 UL) had on the title under "type" class A. I read somewhere that Renegade began doing this also on the IKON.
JTHarley 09/10/15 09:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Jayco Seneca vs. dynamax force

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXMJrRQ3SVkWhy would you even make a video about how fast you can knock out a product. Anyone should be able to figure out that a fast throw together time does not equal a good quality product. Jayco sure proved it by my unit also. One thing you will note with ANY Dynamax is the build quality. I've been to the factory and they only work on a few units at a time. Probably because the demand is much less with the high sticker price. Coming from a Prevost, I will say that the materials and construction methods used in the Dynamax are head and shoulders above the competitors with the exception (maybe) of the Renegade's which are also put together well. I believe in the Dynamax "force" the materials used may be a step down from the XL but the build quality should be comparable since they run down the same lines.
JTHarley 09/03/15 04:47pm Class C Motorhomes
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