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RE: Assateague Island

In July Chincotegue has the pony swim fair and auction. We stayed at Toms COve full hook ups and the ponys swim right by it. Then they parade the wild ponys in the street. Its quite a site. We drove to Assategue which isnt that far and site seeing and went to the beach for the day. Lots of fun We haven't been there for many years, but Tom's Cove is our choice location as well. Plenty of dining opportunities on Chincoteague, shopping and activities abound, and the drive to Assateague is easily managed for a day at the beach, or the nature trails. We always went the week before Pony Penning, avoiding the huge crowds, but still able to enjoy the Firemen's Festival.
wilcamp 12/14/17 10:35am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Columbus - Ohio State Football

We've stayed at Alum Creek twice during summer months, never during football season. Another choice is Cross Creek CG (privately owned, not a SP) which is located almost directly across the road from Alum Creek SP. A bit more pricey, but more in the way of hook-ups and amenities.
wilcamp 08/03/17 08:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Where do you put the big cabelas recline chairs

Ours (2) fit beside the bed with cargo blanket over them to protect wall and bed. When we get to camp, they go out the bedroom door and get setup next to the trailer under the awning. After wiping off the chair legs, ours are placed on top of our front queen bed. They're heavy enough that they've never moved during our travels. After laying out the camping mats, they are brought out and placed under the awning. At night, they are folded and tucked under the kitchen slide-out to protect against overnight rain or dew.
wilcamp 06/23/17 03:27pm General RVing Issues
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