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Northern PA campgrounds

Just looking to see if anyone has gone to a good campground in northern PA. My family and I just went to Leonard Harrison and had a great time on the rail trail. This past weekend we were at Lake Glory in Elysburg, Knobles Amusement park. I like the northern campgrounds up in the mountains. What PA campgrounds does everyone like?
marcus6701 08/06/13 07:40pm Family Camping
wf 9855an blown fuse

The converter in my TT has a blown fuse on the circuit board. A 15amp fuse that is not cannot be removed to be replaced. Anyone come across this? Had the TT connected to a 20amp GFI at our house but was not running anything. Just left it to keep the battery volts up. Lost power a few times from storms although we did not get rain. GFI never tripped. Going to get a new converter. Unfortunately leaving tomorrow for 4 days. Propane fridge and battery power I guess.
marcus6701 08/01/13 09:55pm Tech Issues
RE: reducing weight less propane tank

The Aerolite 30' TT is rated for 6000lb. The sticker in the TT lists 59 lb for propane. With Fresh water full and (1) 59 lb propane tank theres 626lb CCC. No reason to drag that tank around when I'm not using it. Winter is another thing. One Oct. we went I had a leak and ended up taking a dehumidifier. It made enough heat and kept it dry so I did not need Propane. Used campsite electric. Not my gas.
marcus6701 07/01/13 06:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: reducing weight less propane tank

PA Grand Canyon is awesome. 62 mile rail trail. swim in the creek. beautiful views. We like the rail trail. Can tent camp at some spots on the trail.
marcus6701 07/01/13 06:16pm Travel Trailers
reducing weight less propane tank

I have not been RVing long. Have two little girls (4) and (2) so my time packing and unpacking is crazy. I dawned on me this week end at the PA Grand Canyon that I do not need both propane tanks. I never go for more than a long weekend and we never dry camp where we would need all that fuel. Just some for fridg while on the road. I have (2) 30lb tanks. Full they are almost 60lb. I am removing one of the tanks for weight saving. What size tanks are everyone else using? Anyone else in this situation?
marcus6701 07/01/13 05:28pm Travel Trailers
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