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Braces

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Posted: 09/24/20 01:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just spent 2 hours calling cgs in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Smokies Natl Park. Of the over a dozen that I called none had a site available for 3 consecutive nites in October with several saying no sites until mid November

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Covid campers have places pretty much booked solid a month out for the places I've been looking. State park? - forget about it.


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We just got back from 2 weeks in the Rockies, Bighorn Mtns, and Black hills. If we stopped by 4:00 we had no problem getting a site.
We only have a 17' TT so we have more options that the longer units.


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We snagged the last spot at a RV resort here for the weekend. Think they have over 200 spots but it is a pretty big area in the hills with lakes and whatnot.


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Braces wrote:

Just spent 2 hours calling cgs in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Smokies Natl Park. Of the over a dozen that I called none had a site available for 3 consecutive nites in October with several saying no sites until mid November


This is a popular area and you will need to book a year in advance, COVID-19 or not. My wife and I are already discussing will we will go in Oct of 2021 so we can go ahead and book it.


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Wife and I always enjoyed camping after labor day because of ease of availability.....NOT THIS YEAR, everything booked.

Next year will be interesting to see if all the new RVers hold course.

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Just checked three state parks in southern Arizona and all are full for the next few weeks. Nothing available, not even tent sites. This has been going on for these campsites for a few months. We had some luck earlier in the summer on the coast of Oregon but got ran out due to the smoke from the fires. Many people had to leave for that reason but as soon as they left, more people from inland Oregon came in for those campsites. Checked out the sporting goods stores and shelves were empty for camp supplies in Newport.
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kellem wrote:

Wife and I always enjoyed camping after labor day because of ease of availability.....NOT THIS YEAR, everything booked.

Next year will be interesting to see if all the new RVers hold course.


yup, same here. I can usually book later in the season for our favorite spot up at the Cape Cod. We have always found sites available . As you said...NOT THIS YEAR. We ended up booking a differant campground

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yes!


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Not all full, but most are implementing limited occupancy.

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