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Posted: 02/16/21 02:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Been thinking about this for years. Was finally going to plan a few trips this winter to PA resorts and ended up having a major repair done to the RV that killed the whole winter (it's still not back). That said, I can tell you specifically that Blue Mountain has a dedicated lot but you do need a permit and they charge for it. Weird since it's the only thing they use that lot for and it is just a gravel lot. Elk also gave me permission. Not sure about the others in PA. Can't imagine where you would park at Camel Back or a few others. Guess it depends on the specific resort. So my suggestion is to do what I did and contact them before going to make sure you are permitted and to find out the details. We intend to do this at least a handful of times next season at this point.

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There are TCs and Bs and an occasional A parked every morning when I show up to ski. It would be kinda handy since lodges and locker rooms are now off limits(at least to me) to rest and eat. I would suspect they are dry working off water jugs and porta potties since it's often near zero F or below.

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Posted: 02/22/21 07:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I cannot imagine towing my trailer on snow packed highways and smaller mountain ski roads. I have always owned 4x4's and driven extensively in the worst of snowy conditions but I wouldn't want to tow in that.


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