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jseyfert3

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Lwiddis wrote:

“Know it's gonna be cold at nights.”

Bring extra blankets and sufficient batteries to run your RV heater. And a way to recharge the batteries. I guess a generator [emoticon] but hopefully a solar system.

Or the 30 amp electric service they listed as a requirement for the campground. [emoticon]


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Guess I should have mentioned that we are trading our 22' Motorhome for a 26' one.
We will spend a night or two at the Elhart Campground to make sure all bugs are worked out. We will bring our equipment, etc and transfer. Both new & old coaches have a generator and all the pleasantries. Will more than likely drive through KY, as all their state parks we have been to seem to have a power pole issue, that they are serving multiple sites and as so far away. Will have to get another power cord extension to use them.
Maybe on to TN.


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Would recommend these distilleries:
Makers Mark, Jim Beam, and Woodford Reserve.
Woodford and Makers Mark have awesome grounds. Beam had a BBQ stand when we visited.


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We spent some time in Kentucky in September and really enjoyed Heaven Hill distillery in Bardstown. It is right at the city limits, which was good for us because we don't tow a car. We made an attempt to get to Maker's Mark, but the county roads in Kentucky are very narrow and no shoulder, so we ended up turning around rather than do the white-knuckle drive in the RV. Heaven Hill was very interesting and we loved Bardstown. Be sure to eat at Mamie's Kitchen if you are ever in the neighborhood!


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We stayed in Whites Acres, in Bardstown. Very basic but well kept. Somehow missed Heaven Hill, probably just putting it off and ran out of time.

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Really trying to find COE parks, but most in our area of interest don't open until later April or even May.
Guess a lot more research in is order. Unfortunately our departure date is set by the factory completion date.
Guess we'll just have to find more distilleries and sit it out.

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I bought a book "Camping in COE Parks" or something similar. From Amazon. Covers every COE park in U.S. Good book.

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It's a bit out of your way but if I was that close I wouldn't miss the opportunity to stay at Old Mans Cave SP south of Columbus OH.





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garmp wrote:

Really trying to find COE parks, but most in our area of interest don't open until later April or even May.
Guess a lot more research in is order. Unfortunately our departure date is set by the factory completion date.
Guess we'll just have to find more distilleries and sit it out.

Seven Points Campground on J Percy Priest Lake, just east of Nashville opens April 1st.


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Assuming that everything is going to work & you will understand it when you pick it up is a huge assumption. For the first few days stay close to the dealer & also be very close to a Walmart & Lowes or Home Depot. First thing to buy is a note pad to write down all the stuff that will be needed. 10 years from now you will still be buying stuff.


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