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RE: RV Parks in or near Fargo, ND

Do you realize that there is a showpile in Fargo that is 75' tall, and will be there till July or august?? We're not planning to go there just now...maybe in the summer. I'm just getting some ideas of places to stop.:)
LindaAnn 01/21/20 07:39pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RV Parks in or near Fargo, ND

If anyone has stayed in Fargo, I would appreciate any recommendations on RV parks, full hookups. Thanks
LindaAnn 01/21/20 04:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Yellowstone / Old Faithful area

I agree with others about Grizzly in West Yellowstone. It's close to the entry of the park...and on the way to the park, stop at the Visitor Center and get maps and info. We stayed there a few years ago and found it very convenient...and it is a nice RV park. Plus, West Yellowstone is a small town, but with some good shops and places to eat. If you don't see a lot of wildlife on your drives through the park, visit the Grizzly Wolf and Discovery Center just blocks from the RV park..and get a close-up look at the beautiful wolves and bears.
LindaAnn 01/21/20 08:28am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip West

We’ve taken several trips “West”. One of our favorites was to Utah. On the way, we stayed in Cortez, CO (Cortez/Mesa Verde KOA) and went to the Mesa Verde Indian ruins. In Utah, we stayed in Moab (Spanish Trail RV Park) and made it our “base” while we took day trips to Arches Natl Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Hole in the Rock, and a beautiful drive…Scenic Route 128 which is accessed from the city of Moab. We also took a trip to Monument Valley and Four Corners. Another time we visited the Grand Canyon…stayed in Williams, AZ at the Grand Canyon Railway RV Park, and rode the train to the Canyon. Williams is a neat little Route 66 town. In 2012 we went all the way to California, up the coast to Cannon Beach, OR. Beautiful! In CA, we stayed at a place called Casa de Fruta. It's not a town, but a place with an RV park, a motel, a restaurant, and a market with all kinds of fresh fruits, nuts, and wine. I know you will enjoy your trip...so much to see and do!
LindaAnn 01/20/20 03:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Toyhauler with outdoor kitchen

We just bought a Heartland Torque 322M...and it has an outdoor kitchen, with a sink, 2 burner stove, and mini-fridge.
LindaAnn 01/19/20 07:42pm Toy Haulers
RE: Yellowstone / Old Faithful area

No question the Grizzly rv park in west yellowstone is the very best around and its only probably less than a mile from the entrance and down to Old Faithful should only take about 30' providing you don't encounter a crowd watching Bisons or some other wildlife. The Rocky Mtn park over the Roosevelt gate is a nice park but its not Grizzly and its much further away from the Old Faithful site. Besides being a very nice RV park just outside Grizzly in the town of west yellowstone you have many eateries, and other accomodations that you find in most towns except there is no Walmart around there. You cannot go wrong with Grizzly in my opinion having visited the area some five times over the years. I agree! This is where we stayed...Grizzly RV Park is very nice...and West Yellowstone is a small, but neat, little town. As you start to Yellowstone Park, there is a Welcome Center, where a Ranger will provide maps and information...absolutely get a map of the park...Old Faithful is in the lower loop (which was the prettiest to me). The upper loop has a waterfall. Of course it's all beautiful. The only "wildlife" we saw were buffalo. But we went to the Grizzly and Wolf Center in West Yellowstone and see them up close.
LindaAnn 01/12/20 06:09pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Ol' Blue

I was so sad when Debbie passed away. She shared so many good recipes and so many beautiful pictures. She published a little cookbook and I ordered a copy. She was a lovely person.
LindaAnn 01/11/20 04:25pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
The Ark Encounter in Kentucky

Hoping someone can recommend an RV park near the Ark.
LindaAnn 01/11/20 04:21pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Big Bend National Park

We have stayed at the Study Butte RV Park on Hwy 118...we had full hookups...it's just a few miles from the entrance to Big Bend. And nearby is the neat little town of Terlingua, designated a Ghost Town, but with some good places to eat and a Trading Post. You can walk around and see the ruins of some old buildings and a very interesting old cemetery. Big Bend is one of our very favorite places to visit.
LindaAnn 01/11/20 04:17pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: RV Parks in southern Texas

We love Terlingua, TX...and nearby Big Bend National Park. We've been three times. The Park is never crowded and the views are varied and beautiful. We stayed at an RV park...Study Butte RV...across from the rv park is the short road to Terlingua, a really neat little town, part of which is designated a Ghost Town. The Starlight Theater is actually a restaurant with good steaks..and it joins a Trading Post where sometimes there are locals on the front porch, telling "tales" or playing guitars and singing. From Terlingua to Persidio on the River Road is a scenic (and sometimes breathtaking) drive. The last time we were there, we went over into Boquillas, a little Mexican village. We felt perfectly safe, as it is just a small village with one dirt road...handmade souvenirs...and a restaurant where you can get freshly made tamales and tacos. We crossed the Rio Grand in rowboats, and were serenaded by a man singing "Cielito Lindo", then we rode donkeys into the village.
LindaAnn 01/11/20 03:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Oregon or what to do after Glacier

A few years ago we traveled to California (stayed at a KOA in Crescent City, CA), saw the Redwoods, drove Hwy 101 up to Cannon Beach where we stayed at Cannon Beach RV Resort. The view of the Pacific is beautiful, there is Haystack Rock, and the beach is pet-friendly should you have dogs. Our little one loved it! We had great clam chowder at Moe's which is right on the beachside. Nearby is Tillamook (where you can find every kind of cheese and ice cream)...and Cape Meares Lighthouse on a cliff overlooking a spectacular view of the ocean. When we left, we went through Portland to Cascade Locks (stayed at another KOA)...and while there, drove the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Highway, with a number of waterfalls...and the most magnificent one...Multnomah Falls. We were talking just the other day about making another trip to Cannon Beach.
LindaAnn 01/11/20 03:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: British Columbia, Canada

sue.t, thank you so much for the picture and the info. I enjoyed reading your description...so sorry about your Tazz. We lost our little dog Prissy in May of last year. She had been with us on every trip for 14 years..when we went to Colorado and then Wyoming last August, her little urn rode between us.
LindaAnn 08/23/19 06:29am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: British Columbia, Canada

To IslandMan: Thanks for all the good info. We love beautiful scenery and Oregon is as far northwest we have been, so it sounds like a great trip. To Gary: Yes, he watches Highway Thru Hell! He was in the trucking business until he retired, and he's driven all over the States, but never into Canada.
LindaAnn 08/22/19 11:44am RVing in Canada and Alaska
British Columbia, Canada

My husband wants to visit BC, Canada and drive the Chiquahalla highway, perhaps stay near the town of Hope. I would appreciate any information from anyone who has been to this area, and any recommendations for RV parks, highway conditions, etc. We would probably do this next summer. Thanks for any input. **I mistakenly posted my request in the RV camping and roads instead of here.
LindaAnn 08/22/19 08:13am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: British Columbia, Canada

Oops....sorry...I didn't notice there was a Canada section. I don't know how to move all the posts there, but I can put my original request on there. Thanks
LindaAnn 08/22/19 08:10am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Upper Peninsula

We have never been to Michigan, but I saw a tv show about a park...Pictured Rocks...it looks so beautiful. Please check it out.
LindaAnn 08/21/19 05:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
British Columbia, Canada

My husband wants to visit BC, Canada and drive the Chiquahalla highway, perhaps stay near the town of Hope. I would appreciate any information from anyone who has been to this area, and any recommendations for RV parks, highway conditions, etc. We would probably do this next summer. Thanks for any input.
LindaAnn 08/21/19 04:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cookbooks for young cooks

Thanks...I'll check out the Pampered Chef cookbooks...
LindaAnn 08/03/19 04:42pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Cookbooks for young cooks

Hope this is okay to post because it's not really about camping/RV cookbooks. We have some friends whose little girl (around 8 years old) loves to cook and has attended a "young chef" cooking class. I would like to give her a cookbook with fairly easy basic recipes. I've searched the internet and many of the children's cookbooks are either too simple or too detailed! If anyone has suggestions, I would appreciate... Thanks.
LindaAnn 08/03/19 11:18am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Maggie Valley - Hendersonville

sorry...don't know why my message posted twice!
LindaAnn 07/31/19 06:30am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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