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rocmoc

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Posted: 07/13/21 07:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Have been to many Parks in nearly every state. Thank goodness the list does not match my list.

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The best RV resort We've been to is Santa Rosa RV Resort in Navarre FL. And the other best we’ve been to is in Granby CO. Another best is River Ridge RV Resort in Starwood MI. And yet another best is Lighthouse Point at Cedar Point OH.

See how easy it is to pick the best!


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Well, I did qualify it in the OP as being the writers choice.
Everyone has their own choice. And thankfully, we are all different in what we deem a "best campground"
Sometimes it's nice to have an interesting read from someone elses viewpoint.


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I agree with the South Carolina choice and mostly RVs are there.


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If anyone has trouble with that site, try using Google to view it...

I use Firefox with AdBlock, and couldn't read the site.

Mostly about tent camping.

I used to read Outside magazine sort of regularly. Good long articles about all sorts of outdoor adventures and experiences. Leaned to one side of politics, but I thought they did a good job of not throwing that in your face. I don't know if the magazine has changed.


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I got a kick out of them listing Ginnie Springs as Florida's best. That place is and pretty much has always been a huge party place. For tenter's it's just go in there and pitch a tent where ever you want. Who knows who will camped right at your door later... it's a free for all. Lot's of fun back when I was in my 20's and partied all night long

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They picked Devil’s Lake State Park in Wi? Picturesque maybe. We never stayed there but drove thru it to check it out a couple years ago. IMHO the place is a crowded zoo, campsites way too close. bathroom was a total mess.

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Wiscampsin wrote:

They picked Devil’s Lake State Park in Wi? Picturesque maybe. We never stayed there but drove thru it to check it out a couple years ago. IMHO the place is a crowded zoo, campsites way too close. bathroom was a total mess.


Maybe tenters like the "security" of being packed into a campground. The CG selected in Idaho is the same. As RVers that prefer boondocking with a sporadic CG stays, we stay away from THAT CG. Yet, I've spoken to several other fellow local RVers that have not heard of any of the places we camp, yet wait in line to get into one of the Redfish lake CGs.


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IDman wrote:

I camped at Trappers Lake in Colorado for the great fishing. Unfortunately, the mosquitos were SO BAD that we left after just 30 minutes! Miserable afterwards.
And virtually the whole forest around Trappers Lake burned in a 2002 forest fire. They managed to save the trees right around the CG, but not much else was left.


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agesilaus wrote:

There can't be a best list, everyone's best is different.

Roger that.


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