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ReneeG

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Posted: 05/16/21 01:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hammerboy wrote:

Funny, we always avoid sites with pine trees as the sap gets all over the truck and trailer. Maybe all pines are not the same with dripping sap but whenever we parked under them it's usually a mess.

Dan


Interesting. That's our preferred and probably where we camp the most and never have had a pine tree sap problem other than on our hands when chopping downed wood for a fire.


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There's a beautiful pine-woods section in one of the 5 campgrounds in Peninsula SP, Wisconsin - should you ever head that way.
A second on Ponderosa SP in Idaho!! Love that place! The RV section has big sites and full hookups (amazing for a state park) and the "feel" of pine trees throughout.
NFS campgrounds in Island Park, Idaho (Buffalo, Upper Coffee Pot, etc.) - some with electric hookups, some without.
Not pines, but Seeley Lake, Montana has some beautiful wooded sites, as do some of the campgrounds just west of Glacier NP.
Collier Memorial State Park in Chiloquin, OR has some lovely wooded sites. Not far from Crater Lake - a bonus.
Colter Bay RV Park, Grand Tetons - spectacular! (And hookups, to boot!)
Agreed also on the (far) northern California redwoods area.

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Posted: 05/18/21 03:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not sure I follow. You're from Northern Arizona and would like trees for a change of pace? Much of Northern and eastern AZ is heavily forested. Bullhead city is in the desert so I can understand that! Easiest would be to head to Williams on I-40. We love Grand Canyon Railroad RV resort but it doesn't have a lot of trees. Just down the road is Circle Pine which is forested. Williams is a fun route 66 town with lots to do. Grand Canyon is not far, Bearizona animal park, Deer Petting Zoo, lakes and more nearby.

Near Williams is Circle Pine.
Near Alpine is Coronado Trail
Near Flagstaff is Woody Mountain

If you do not need full hookups, many of the forest service campgrounds are heavily wooded such as Rim or Ponderosa.

Eastern AZ has some of the most scenic campgrounds. Big Lake, A1 Lake, Horseshoe and many others.


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Adventure Bound Camping Resorts – Cape Cod, North Truro, MA

Lots of pines at this campground and in this area of Cape Cod as North Truro is almost at the end point of Cape Cod, lots of wind & dunes make for an intresting geography.

Just incase you venture out our way [emoticon]

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Posted: 05/20/21 07:01am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Why not just buy your own CG with pine trees ? Pine Valley CG


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There is also the Black Hills in South Dakota, but it will probably be tough getting a reservation now.


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Thanks everyone for all your help

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We’re currently camping at Roadrunner RV Park in Red River, NM. The upper loop where we are is the adult section and among the pines. Red River is a nice small town with surprisingly good restaurants. The river is running now due to snow melt.


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