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RE: Help me plan my trip! North Dakota (TRNP) & Minnesota (VNP)

Way back in July 2010 we spent 5 nights in the Medora Campground and liked it a lot. It was about 20 minutes from the edge of the South unit of TRNP. The only problem we had with it was the train track that ran close by. The trains blew their whistle several times each night, so we ended up with earplugs to sleep soundly. We did drive 70 miles to the North unit for a one day tour there. It made for a long day, but it was an ok trip. We liked the South unit better, and spent most of our time there. The town was neat too, with lots of attractions. Thanks for the info! Are there many close days trips and things to do around there to spend 3-5 days there?
alesis 01/29/23 12:20pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Help me plan my trip! North Dakota (TRNP) & Minnesota (VNP)

Hey y’all. You’ve helped me in the past with flying colors, and I hope you can do it again! We are visiting Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota and then Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota in early July this summer. I’m wondering if there are better areas to stay near these parks, and looking for CG recommendations at each location. We’ll have 3-4 full days at each location. We want to stay at full hookup CGs hopefully in very scenic areas, with lots of options for day trips and things to do within and hour or 2 of the CGs. I see there are multiple Visitor Centers at each park, so I’m not sure if there are more preferable areas to stay via others. We have kids that are 11,16 and 18 and love scenic and adventurous stuff to do, as well as typical tourist trap stuff. Thanks in advance for any pointers!
alesis 01/24/23 07:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: How to keep outdoor refrigerator door open

I did google it and found nothing, hence why I asked here. As I said, there is no latch, it’s just a pressure open/close. Thanks There are many types of latches to keep a door closed or open like a eye hook or stop latch. Google is your friend. But a wash cloth etc is OK.
alesis 08/11/22 05:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to keep outdoor refrigerator door open

Thanks for the ideas guys. The wood “u” may be the best. Though the towel works, I was hoping there was something made so when moving from storage to the house I didn’t have to open the outdoor kitchen and close the fridge door fully. Not a huge deal but it would eliminate a step. Thanks!
alesis 08/11/22 05:16pm General RVing Issues
How to keep outdoor refrigerator door open

Hey y’all- So I’ve been looking for a product for the outside “dorm” fridge to keep the door cracked open during storage. I see lots of option for the interior ones, but none for the small outside one. Mine doesn’t have a latch, it’s just one where you pull on a side handle to open and close. So far I’ve just been putting a dish towel between the frame and door but I’m thinking there’s gotta be a better way?
alesis 08/11/22 08:59am General RVing Issues
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