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RE: Drinking Campground Water...

My wife and are are arguing about making coffee with campground water. I've always used a water filter on our White Hose, but my wife has never tasted campground water, she buys gallons of water. The water in question is at Desoto State Park. (Alabama) I've drank the water, both filtered and unfiltered. I can't tell the difference. Taste like the water at our home. Far as I know they have never had a problem with their water. ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? I'd like to know how the forum feels about general campground water. Do you buy gallons of water for coffee, or use what comes out of the faucet? There is absolutely nothing wrong with the drinking water at Desoto State Park. We have spent countless nights there over the last 10 years or so (it is our favorite campground in Alabama) with no issues. I will say this, if the wife ain't happy, you ain't happy.
LibertyMan 05/19/19 11:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Colorado State Park Advice

Busskipper, 4runnerguy, and Thom02099 thank you all very much for your time and input. I have a lot to look at. This will greatly help me make informed decisions when planning. If any of you guys head towards the southeast for future trips let me know if I can be of assistance. We have pretty much wore the southeast out over the years and we are exited about making several future trips to Colorado and other western states in the future. Again, thanks.
LibertyMan 05/17/19 06:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Colorado State Park Advice

So I am in the beginning phases of planning a Colorado trip for June 2020. Good thing you are planning on 2020 as Colorado State Parks fill early - Especially Golden Gate and Ridgeway. Couple Questions - How Long? - and when - what season - Summer starts on Memorial Day (Schools Out) and ends in Mid August when schools restarts. Summer is Crowded - and likely reservations in SP's for every weekend. If you were to get a little creative and had some adventure, in your bones, Fall is great in Colorado Thank you for your input. Very helpful indeed. As far as when and how long.........I am looking at the first part of June and it will be for a full week. Unfortunately, June and July are my only options (school is out and I have three kids) I figured the first part of June would be less crowded and cooler if I did not have AC as an option. I have a decent generator, just never used it in 8000 plus feet so not sure how it would behave.
LibertyMan 05/17/19 07:43am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Colorado State Park Advice

So I am in the beginning phases of planning a Colorado trip for June 2020. I have my reasons, but I am a State Park kinda guy so that's where I want to stay. I was thinking about the RMNP but dang all of the negative things I have come across. Mainly overcrowding and reservations just to hike some trails. Plus I really don't care all that much about having to go through Denver. But, if the wife overrules me I was looking at Stagecoach or Golden Gate. Which of the two do you prefer as far as avoiding crowds. And, which one of the two is easier to access RMNP. The other option I am heavily weighing is Ridgway SP. The area looks really neat and not that I need full hook-up but Pa-Co-Chu-Puk looks inviting with its full hook-ups. If Ridgway wins the decision, is that the better campground or do you all prefer Dakota Terraces or Elk Ridge. Again, I'm just looking for less crowds and good views. Thanks
LibertyMan 05/16/19 05:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Glacier (west side) help....

There are several private campgrounds just outside of the west gate off of Hwy 2 that you can reserve. The KOA as mentioned above is one. You can pull up google maps and it will show several others. Only two ways to access the east side from the west. Going around the south side of the park to the east entrance (if your pulling your camper that is the best/only way). If your not pulling anything, going to the sun road is the best and prettiest way by far. As far as hiking goes, the east side has the better hikes, many of the good ones start from the Many Glacier Hotel and gift shop nearby. An easy one you can access from the west side, my favorite, is the high line trail. Your kids can walk a mile or two out and then back and see some spectacular views.
LibertyMan 05/13/19 03:46pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rockwood 2608WS

I have an 8311WS in a Signature Series and love it. Seems to be built very well compared to our last camper (Coachmen). Although we never had the first problem with our Coachmen, you can just tell the Rockwood is better built. The only problem I have come across with our Rockwood was every single water connection was loose from the factory. During the walk-thru after we bought it, water was leaking at the connections and they had to be tightened. After a couple hundred miles of towing, I tightened them a little more for good measure and all seems well. The only thing I'm worried about is a rock catching the front windshield, fingers crossed........
LibertyMan 03/22/19 05:05pm Travel Trailers
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