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Posted: 06/08/21 10:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a rare hearing condition called Hyperacusis. Way too sensitive to sound. Loud noise, sudden noises and certain frequencies are physically painful. July 4th is a nightmare.

DH suggested "Ask the RV'ers for a good quiet place to go". We live in the Kansas City metro area. And thinking cooler areas.

We don't have an RV at the moment and may rent one, but a nice park with cabins would be good too.

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I'm thinking any RV/camping park on the 4th holiday will be super-noisy? Any place with a body of water seems to invite fireworks. How about a nice hotel somewhere out in the boondocks?
Have you tried noise-canceling headphones? Or Shooters' earmuffs?

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Thanks. We were hoping for, but not expecting, a park somewhere that didn't allow fireworks. It looks like that isn't really available. So...looking at hotels now. A friend talked to me yesterday about the newest shooter's muffs. It's on my list to check out!

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Posted: 06/10/21 08:25am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What about boondocking on a farm which offers a few campsites?

Perdue Homestead Farm

There are other listing services besides hipcamp for these types of campsites

Harvest Hosts is another listing site for free RV stays on farms, wineries, etc.

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BC Snob...thank you for the links!

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