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RE: Are tents next to RV at campgrounds okay?

In the private campgrounds I have seen more times than not it is not permitted
rr2254545 10/17/14 06:35am Family Camping
RE: Tire insurance?

You won't find insurance for tires. You will find road side assistance which is not insurance. In the event of a blowout they will dispatch someone to change your tire, if you don't have one they will bring one. Road side assistance will pay for the service call, but you pay for the tire. There is no such thing as tire insurance as far as I know. But RSA and Insurance are 2 very different things. The 2 main RSA for RV's is Coachnet and Good Sam. I prefer Coachnet but many swear by Good Sam. I am sure you'd be fine with either. Sound advise
rr2254545 10/16/14 01:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire insurance?

What about AAA? Our Road Service is included in our Progressive insurance. AAA does not do a good job with RV's
rr2254545 10/16/14 01:07pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Lake Ouachita State Park

Beautiful state park - yes full hook ups and very nice stayed there for a week
rr2254545 10/14/14 04:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: yellowstone

The do not reserve by site number - by type only ie 30 40 ft etc
rr2254545 10/11/14 04:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: credit cards

Put them on speed dial! And oh by the way American Express has the same policy. Have had it kick in too... Disagree about Amex - never had a problem even on overseas travel
rr2254545 10/09/14 05:38pm Full-time RVing
RE: yellowstone

Been there 3 times in the last 4 years, late October, late May and mid September Of them all the best with the most animals was late May
rr2254545 10/09/14 02:06pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: credit cards

You need to get a Navy Federal credit card - I have never ever had a problem and we travel 6 months of the year
rr2254545 10/09/14 02:03pm Full-time RVing
RE: New Toad?

2015 Honda's are not towable anymore, so does not make a difference if you think they are small I would look an the towable Jeeps
rr2254545 10/09/14 11:13am Dinghy Towing
RE: Dealing with the unpredicablity of life and your camper!

The worst day of camping is much better than the best day a work
rr2254545 10/09/14 10:15am Beginning RVing
RE: 40 foot or less COMBINED length in yellowstone?

Just camped in Fishing bridge a few weeks ago you will be fine - in that campground they are double wide and you park you second vehicle next to your RV. I can not speak to the others
rr2254545 10/08/14 08:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Enough Power?

Towed car with my V10 2008 Winnebago 22,000 miles north to Canada, to the West Coast south to Florida and Texas = I would do it again with not fears
rr2254545 10/07/14 06:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Seattle to San Francisco

Traveled this last winter, note the California dept of transportation has excluded trucks over 30 ft from certain portions of HW 1 - Having driven most of it in my Jeep I can see why. I would stick to HW 101. Depends on how comfortable you are driving your 29 ft motor home.
rr2254545 10/05/14 07:53am Roads and Routes
RE: Going backwards or full circle

You must be having a senior moment the smaller you go the less room you will have to yourselves.
rr2254545 10/02/14 05:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Acton, CA KOA - AVOID

Geez
rr2254545 10/01/14 09:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: winter in St George UT?

Stayed there 3 days last spring waiting for the snow to clear on I 80 up north. From what I saw the economy way hopping - construction was everywhere.
rr2254545 09/26/14 09:06am Snowbirds
RE: Looking for best campground in Branson

Stayed at the KOA for a week, nice park - Location Location Location
rr2254545 09/25/14 08:42am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Planning 1st Trip to Yellowstone: Getting there question

From Minnesota, yes, I can see the South Entrance being too far out of the way. But where I live in IL, I can drive straight west on 80 to the S. entrance or drive north a bit and take 90 west. Appreciate the info on 16 vs. 14. Anyone from IL out there that has went this way west? Do you drive it in 3 days, 4, ??? I believe the advice others have given you to take hwy 16 is based on your statement that you would be staying at the Devil’s Tower KOA. If you’re just wanting to drive to Yellowstone from IL then yes I would enter through the south entrance. I would even consider spending a couple of days at the Colter Bay campground before continuing on to Yellowstone. We live in MO and take I-70 to Kansas City and then a northern route to I-80. We continue on I-80 to Rawlins, WY and then connect with hwy 287 and head north to hwy 26 up to the Grand Teton NP entrance. Of course this route isn’t going to get you anywhere near Devil’s Tower. If you take the I-90 route you will be closer to Mount Rushmore and Devil’s Tower. You could always take the I-90 route going and then come home via the I-80 route. Right on, Devils tower is right off of 90 , like I said I just did the trip last week. So I have a good feel for where it is.
rr2254545 09/25/14 08:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Planning 1st Trip to Yellowstone: Getting there question

Just made this same trip last week, South entrance is way out of the way just take I90 to 16 and then 14 into the park. Great stop is Cody and the Buffalo Bill Museum. Fishing bridge was much better than I thought is would be. We stayed there 5 nights. The best idea for seeing Yellowstone in to stay two places to cut the daily driving distances. This time we saw the most Buffalo between Fishing Bridge and Canyon.
rr2254545 09/24/14 09:16am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Re: Yellowstone campsites rated 30' or less

have you no toad? seems like a lot of time wasted in setup/take down/move/repeat 6 times. bumpy Good point we have been there 3 times in the last 4 years, I would camp Tetons, Fishing Bridge and West
rr2254545 09/20/14 07:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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