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RE: Advice Needed for West Coast Trip

I've found that campgrounds and RV parks are much more crowded now than they were even 4 or 5 years ago. Even traveling during late September and early October we found quite a few campgrounds and RV parks were full along the Oregon/Washington coast. If you plan on "winging it" have secondary plans for boondocking, or camping without amenities. Boondocking is illegal almost at all places on the Oregon coast
rr2254545 03/17/17 02:35pm General RVing Issues
RE: Advice Needed for West Coast Trip

Reserve now for the Oregon coast - you might already be too late for their great state parks on the coast
rr2254545 03/17/17 12:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV parks open in April in Southern Maine

Good Sam trip finder has 5 Maine parks open all year depends on how far south you want To find campgrounds open all year GO to Good Sam Club Plan a Trip http://www.goodsamclub.com/travel/campgroundsandrvparks/Default.aspx Put in state Uncheck good sam parks only Search Under Camping Filters Click the 5th one down “Open All Year” Search again
rr2254545 03/16/17 11:04am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Why I hate KOA

I stayed at an independent RV park a couple years ago and it was way overpriced for what you get. As a result I hate all independent RV parks. :R x2 When will people learn that the excesses of others make wifi unusable for most of us
rr2254545 03/13/17 08:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Highway thru Zion Nation Park

East of tunnel this is what you can see - you should take this road even if you go around in your RV http://i.imgur.com/OaNEJk9l.jpg
rr2254545 03/13/17 07:12am Roads and Routes
RE: Oregon state park, coast, camping

Not sure why no one has mentioned the Port of Newport campground It is on the south side of the harbor over the bridge - full hookups - we liked it $40 a day or $250 for a week http://www.portofnewport.com/rv-parks/rates.php You can book online Probably because it's just a blacktop parking lot. Yep, just like Wal-mart! But no full hookups and cable - I do not think the one in Newport allows over night camping The only other Walmart on the Coast is Coos Bay
rr2254545 03/10/17 11:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon state park, coast, camping

Not sure why no one has mentioned the Port of Newport campground It is on the south side of the harbor over the bridge - full hookups - we liked it $40 a day or $250 for a week http://www.portofnewport.com/rv-parks/rates.php You can book online Probably because it's just a blacktop parking lot. Having lived many years in Lincoln City on the coast - in June its almost impossible to find anything let alone full hookups
rr2254545 03/10/17 08:24am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon state park, coast, camping

Not sure why no one has mentioned the Port of Newport campground It is on the south side of the harbor over the bridge - full hookups - we liked it CABLE TV too $40 a day or $250 for a week http://www.portofnewport.com/rv-parks/rates.php You can book online
rr2254545 03/10/17 07:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV GPS..New Garmin delayed. Any recommendations?

We are planning a 6 wk + trip next month. I have been waiting for the new Garmin 770 RV gps, but the release has been delayed. I hate to wait until the last minute to buy something in case it becomes defective or some other problem before we leave. Any ideas on other RV oriented gps? I still see the Garmin 760 is still available at some places and also the 660. Any opinions appreciated 73 I would wait new model has nice features - I got a 660 about 6 months ago and love it
rr2254545 03/04/17 08:02am Technology Corner
RE: Looking to store a rig around Tampa for a few weeks.

Try Hide A Way Campground Ruskin Florida The have storage
rr2254545 03/03/17 07:53am Snowbirds
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rr2254545 03/01/17 01:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: First Time Buyers - Help Wanted

You need to rethink the snowy conditions - a diesel motor home has no traction in the snow or ice - chaining one up would be a hard task
rr2254545 02/27/17 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaving the camper unit at a campground

People do it all the time
rr2254545 02/25/17 07:38am Truck Campers
RE: Yellowstone should I split it up

My recommendation is to stay only in Canyon Village. Lots of amenities and centrally located. I take one day to do the south loop, one day to do the north loop, and one day out to West Yellowstone. Fishing Bridge has amenities too but it's a parking lot. Yep it is a little tight but it is the only campground in the park with full hook ups I have yet to hear of someone who went to Yellowstone for the campground it is all about location location
rr2254545 02/23/17 08:09am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone should I split it up

Madison to Fishing bridge is 41 miles one way - splitting your time at various campground is the right way to go - we have been there 4 times in the last 7 years. Sure the yellow bus is great but also expensive
rr2254545 02/23/17 07:13am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ashville RV Parks and CG.

Bear Creek is a nice campground but its draw back is its located pretty much in the middle of the I-26, I-40/240 interchange. If you have a well insulated and sound proof unit then its fine. Noise from the roads is dependent on the location of your campsite too so not all sites are noisy. Ours backed up to I-40, about 100 yards away, so we heard the traffic all night. I suggest looking at any park you are interested in on Google earth or Google maps to understand if there are any issues like proximity to roads or train tracks. x3 on recommending Bear Creek, we were not bothered by the traffic
rr2254545 02/21/17 06:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone

How hard is it to get a camping spot in Sept. after school has started? Dusty Fishing Bridge stays full until the day they close in September - I was there the last day in 2014 It closes September 17th this year
rr2254545 02/16/17 08:53am Class C Motorhomes
RE: CG wifi or Cell hotspot for privacy

on the other end the store, the intermediary, the bank, etc, are being hacked regularly.My bank is being hacked regularly? Do you REALLY think they would inform you about it? LOL I would change banks fast
rr2254545 02/15/17 12:16pm Technology Corner
RE: CG wifi or Cell hotspot for privacy

Obviously the cell phone hotspot is going to be more secure, but I've never read about anyone having financial issues from using a campground wifi. I've used it and will continue to use it if nothing else is available. If anyone has ever had their financial data stolen from using a campground wifi, I would love to hear about it. Yes, it can happen, but will it happen? I consider it to be very low risk in the overall scheme of things. Your data is more at risk being stored on those servers at your bank, or your credit card company, or even at the store where you shop. Or even while dining at that lovely restaurant. Being aware of the risks is the 1st step, how you feel about those risks is up to you. I ride motorcycles and eat red meat, risky behavior if you listen to some people. :) I will paraphrase Westernrvparkowner: "This "risk" of campground wifi systems is vastly exaggerated." X2 Well said
rr2254545 02/15/17 10:32am Technology Corner
RE: Q1000 or 2000?

We are looking for a grill that we can use at home and on the road. We have narrowed it down to the Weber Q but which size? The Q1000 looks like it would be good for the RV but would like the size of the Q2000 or Q2200 for at home. Is the Q2000 too big for the RV? Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks in advance! I have one of each, little on in the MH and the other one on the deck at home
rr2254545 02/12/17 02:37pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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