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RE: RV Park reviews

Go to Tripadvisor.com and type in the name of the campground and it's location. There may be more reviews there. Old reviews is why I now use Tripdavisor or Good Sam ratings Double the price tells me it is cheap - you get what you pay for
rr2254545 06/21/15 06:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Great bumper sticker in campground

Had to post this http://i.imgur.com/WTmLsZIl.jpg "border=0" http://bit.ly/1CIRlV8
rr2254545 06/18/15 02:17pm Beginning RVing
RE: Rate Increase For No Reason

Been driving now for 50 years, and knock on wood have only had 3 accidents, and they weren't my fault. So, hopefully I'll never need to use Progressive, or any other insurance co. Granted, Progressive may not be the best at paying up, but I've got an ace up my sleeve. My son is an attorney. And me, I'm a retired cop, specialized in traffic accident investigation and reconstruction, so I know how the game is played. And, I don't mind increase's, but a 15% jump in one year is a bit much. My regular home and auto co, Travelers, hasen't raised my rates in 10 years, they even lowered my auto rates for being a good driver. Unfortunately, they don't insure rv's. It's not the lousey $80 bucks. Hell, that's only 1/2 tank of gas. It's the principal. My beef with GS/NG is they wouldn't even try to work with me, basically told me pay up or go. So, I went. Grumpy Relax..... I've heard nothing but good things about Progressive. X3 They wrote me a check on the spot and then I found a repair shop
rr2254545 06/18/15 06:25am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Traveling I-80

Mt Rushmore has a RV parking area you go through the toll booth as you would in a car and they will direct you to the other side of the lot
rr2254545 06/16/15 06:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tom Sawyer RV Park

Not a secret mentioned on here over and over
rr2254545 06/15/15 03:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Slide-out repair Camping World Madison,WI

I do apologize for not being clearer. After rereading it I could have stated it better. Maybe you should apologize to Camping World for not being clearer. Did you explain what was wrong when you brought it in the first time? I think this guy is on a vendetta, camping world is probably done with him
rr2254545 06/12/15 06:52am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Store manager yelled "Get the (sounds like duck) out of my p

because of all the neg post on this site I do not go to CW, nor buy from them . I wonder if marcus really knows about this . And you really believe the stories told on here in this case I bet the somebody really went off on the manager Remember there are two sides to every story Op has 14 posts in separate topics slamming CW - and he just joined less that week ago
rr2254545 06/12/15 06:41am Camping World RV Sales
RE: my first oregon trip

Just pick a direction and drive. While I personally would not advocate staying in one place on the coast, driving 4 hours northnor south will get you a long ways. Within that distance will be lots of beaches, light houses, Florence water front, Sea Lion caves,Bandon if your a golfer, and of course, the Oregon dunes for miles of sand in your face fun. x2 On staying in one place - the winter of 2014 we stayed in 7 campgrounds on the Oregon coast for a total of 7 weeks 2015 we stayed in four campgrounds on the coast for a total of 3 weeks - with kids I would stay in Newport - The Port of Newport has a nice park just south of the big bridge rate is $39 - lots to do in that area
rr2254545 06/11/15 08:47am Fifth-Wheels
RE: my first oregon trip

Just pick a direction and drive. While I personally would not advocate staying in one place on the coast, driving 4 hours northnor south will get you a long ways. Within that distance will be lots of beaches, light houses, Florence water front, Sea Lion caves,Bandon if your a golfer, and of course, the Oregon dunes for miles of sand in your face fun. x2 On staying in one place - the winter of 2014 we stayed in 7 campgrounds for a total of 7 weeks 2015 we stayed in four campgrounds for a total of 3 weeks - with kids I would stay in Newport - The Port of Newport has a nice park just south of the big bridge rate is $39 - lots to do in that area
rr2254545 06/11/15 08:46am Fifth-Wheels
RE: my first oregon trip

Drive down to Bandon, explore the beach and see the sea lions on the rocks, explore the town and then have lunch or dinner at the Bandon Fish Market - one of the best restaurants on the coast Here is what I posted on Trip Advisor Just went back after first eating there a year also. We had prawns and halibut - portions are huge and include fries, cole slaw with local cranberries, or delicious garlic toast We also had a shrimp cocktail with the local small one. Was a great portion. Chowder was one of the best I have had. We had enough left over to take back to the motor home and have later. Location is right on the dock downtown. Seating in bad weather like today is limited. Also we stayed at the Mill and the prime rib Tuesday buffet was great our Senior price was only about $13
rr2254545 06/11/15 07:18am Fifth-Wheels
RE: KOA standard charge now $60?!

Out of 30 campgrounds we stayed at this past winter 11 were KOA's, I paid an average of $42 (including tax) at them. Prices will be what the market will bear, I try to stay a week if possible to get a weekly rate. It is usually stay 6 and get the 7th night free - this is a discount of 14.3%
rr2254545 06/10/15 06:12am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Las Vegas to the 5 National Parks in Utah to Yellowstone

Just made the same trip used the KOA in Moab - not recommending it though Other campgrounds were zion river resort Virgin Utah Ruby's Inn Bryce Utah Thousand Lakes Rv Park Torrey Utah
rr2254545 06/09/15 06:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Good Sam Trip Planner

Yep I have 4 going with no problems
rr2254545 06/09/15 06:12am Roads and Routes
RE: Renting provisioning kit

This is not typical right away I would worry about the renter Make sure you have all insurance issues covered
rr2254545 06/09/15 06:09am General RVing Issues
RE: disappointment in consignment sales

What does your contract say about pricing - this is what you agreed to
rr2254545 06/07/15 10:20am Camping World RV Sales
RE: Birds tapping at rear RV windows . . . advise please.

Happened to us several times - we tried hanging newspaper over the windows - plastic bags etc - nothing really worked
rr2254545 06/07/15 06:17am General RVing Issues
RE: Grand Teton & Yellowstone Questions

Stayed at Fishing bridge 9/14/14 for 5 days and had excellent cell and data from Verizon - someone told me a new tower was installed late last summer
rr2254545 06/06/15 04:30pm Roads and Routes
RE: Flat towing

Not even listed in the 2015 Guide to Dinghy Towing - that is not good news - 99% chance not towable 4 down as is
rr2254545 06/04/15 09:58am Dinghy Towing
RE: State Parks Guide

I found that these all-in-one guides are geared more for tenting and not for bigger RVs. You will get the best information by just getting on the individual state park web sites - national parks, too. They always offer a lot of information as to what to do, road information, site length, etc. They will always have current information. Then you should look at the National Geographic ones I assure you I am not tenting and I think 37 ft is a bigger RV
rr2254545 06/04/15 06:22am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: State Parks Guide

I love the national Geographic one - I also have the National Geographic Secrets of the National Parks and Scenic Highways & Byways. They are great
rr2254545 06/03/15 08:50am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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