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Do some research on the RIO Grande Valley in South Texas. Several hundred resorts from McAllen to Brownsville. Several Hundred Thousand winter texas flock there from Canada and the US. Loads of fun, inexpensive and plenty to do. This will be our 12th year there in the winter months.
The most welcoming locals you will ever meet. Look up Winter Texans on google for more info. Good Luck

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I agree with the prior posts regarding Indio - there are several resorts in Indio CA that are very nice.

Tiger Run in Breckenridge in CO is also nice. The only downside to Tiger Run is that the staff is stupid.

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Ft Wilderness in Disney World is probably the nicest we stayed in. Also the most expensive. Mustang Run near Oklahoma City is very nice. All roads and sites are concrete. Nicely maintained grass, pool,rec center,dog run and the bathrooms were super nice. Very reasonable prices,too. Pipestem State resort park in West Virginia is very nice. The campground is nice but they have so much to do. 2 restaurants,golf,tennis,a lake for fishing,horseback riding,indoor and out door pools, archery,nature walks etc.

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One of the best resorts we stay was Seven Feather in OR.


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Thanks to all who have responded. We will definitely be looking into these and others. Keep sharing the "great" experiences.

Anyone have any experience with Sand Dunes Recreation Area in Colorado? I saw a YouTube video that had a short segment on it. Seems interesting.


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I've heard great thinks about Anchor Down in TN that someone else mentioned, on the lake with the Smokies in the background.

It's on our list of places to go. It be an easy drive from Huntsville. But heck we enjoy Honeycomb Creek right up River from y'all. Not fancy, or anything but ilove to spend time in Lake Guntersville.


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Womens79, we just stayed at Anchors Down in Dandridge, TN, a couple of weeks ago. We were headed to Lake Toxaway in NC and it was a good stop for us when traveling east.

Anchor Down is a BUSY park. It was practically full when we made our one night stop. They only had back-in sites available that evening. We could not see the water from our spot and it was $68 a night. Golf carts are used by many, even little kids driving them, so be careful!

It is a nice clean park with concrete pads and paved roads, the lady as the desk could use some training on 'friendliness'. As the coaches/trailers/fifth-wheels were arriving, there was a guy who could not have been nicer, he took our check-in information (license plate numbers, etc.) to have it ready for the 'stern' desk clerk.

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