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Bill.Satellite wrote:

Class A resorts are so expensive and filled with such RV snobs that I wonder why you would only be interested in staying at places like this.

I'll be honest with you Bill. It's not so much who I want to be with, but what I'm trying to get away from. I'm a down to earth guy, but I'm 68 now and getting tired of barking dogs, screaming kids, guys coming into the park with blaring headers, campfires with smoke covering our rig. I just want to go to a place where I know it's going to be a nice experience. I'm willing to spend more for that, but as some have pointed out, booking a site at these resorts might not be any easier to book than the state parks.


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rk911 wrote:

the resorts in AZ may be easier to get into this winter if the Canadians are prevented from comimg south this year.
I'm just wondering if true why the virus killed 5,000 there here close to 200,000 USA.


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This is why I am setting up our motorhome for drycamping.
2k battery bank and 1400 24v solar feeding 2 3000w inverters.
Nature is the best camp site.


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Mankind and all its works are parts of nature. Fancy RV parks included.

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When your hobby is digital photography nature looks better. Just sayin....

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Jay58 wrote:

This is why I am setting up our motorhome for drycamping.
2k battery bank and 1400 24v solar feeding 2 3000w inverters.
Nature is the best camp site.
just on the news here in Smoky Mnts found bear eating remains of a man he was dry camping he turn into bear lunch.

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Yepper...sounds right... but few bears in SW

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55+ resorts/campgrounds would get you away from those things you don't like too.

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doxiemom11 wrote:

55+ resorts/campgrounds would get you away from those things you don't like too.

Thank you. I didn't know there was such parks. Is there a special guide somewhere for them?

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rk911 wrote:

the resorts in AZ may be easier to get into this winter if the Canadians are prevented from comimg south this year.



We were just at a resort in Phoenix a couple of weeks ago as we were trading in our motorhome on a new one. Otherwise I would have never been in Phoenix in August. At the resort we stay at I got to talking to one of the employees. We were dying because it was 113 that day. He pointed out a couple of motorhomes from Alaska. He said they stayed for the summer since they weren’t sure if they went home for the summer than could get back through Canada. He said they were dying in the 115 and up temps.


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