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Posted: 09/30/20 03:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Im booking for next year and am finding parks full. The northeast pa, nj , ny area is usally packed anyway, but now more so. Lots are booking and dropping reservations also, it will get better when when stuff starts opening up, but utill then book early.


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I've been considering purchasing a motor home for quite some time. As of late I notice that there are very few reasonably priced used MHs available out there. My understanding is that due to the virus hysteria and panic, along with most means of transportation either curtailed or requiring draconian regulations, that so many people are buying RVs. The RV market has basically dried up unless you are able to purchase new. I also think that this is the reason why so many RV Parks and Campgrounds are packed. With nowhere to travel by plane, train, and cruise ships, possibly millions of people are seeking other means. Traveling long distances in one's car is tiring and costly. So, the next best thing is an RV. For those of us that don't feature spending overnight in a Walmart or Rest Stop an RV park or campground is a necessity. As such I am seriously reconsidering any purchase now or in the near future. [emoticon]

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When I lived in Florida, I did have some problems with camping.

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Floridastorm wrote:

I've been considering purchasing a motor home for quite some time. As of late I notice that there are very few reasonably priced used MHs available out there. My understanding is that due to the virus hysteria and panic, along with most means of transportation either curtailed or requiring draconian regulations, that so many people are buying RVs. The RV market has basically dried up unless you are able to purchase new. I also think that this is the reason why so many RV Parks and Campgrounds are packed. With nowhere to travel by plane, train, and cruise ships, possibly millions of people are seeking other means. Traveling long distances in one's car is tiring and costly. So, the next best thing is an RV. For those of us that don't feature spending overnight in a Walmart or Rest Stop an RV park or campground is a necessity. As such I am seriously reconsidering any purchase now or in the near future. [emoticon]
My feelings exactly. I thought it was semi-tough pre-covid to get good spots it must be insane now trying to get in somewhere. I suspect many great RV deals in the near future. In the mean time, plenty of FR-3's and Ace's for sale lol.

* This post was edited 10/13/20 04:29pm by Pirate *

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