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rexlion

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Posted: 10/01/21 05:18pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Plenty of open sites in Oklahoma. October weather here is mostly nice. Come for a visit!


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been harder around here as well. However there are many county parks that don't use reserve america but local reservations, and I've found that many of them will have spots since they aren't as easy to find. And many are as nice or nicer than state/FS etc.

And then there are dispersed sites on BLM, FS lands etc.


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Posted: 10/02/21 08:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

PG&E have a few campgrounds not far from you. If you go into Nevada, you'll find even more along side the Walker River.

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It’s the same around here, if you don’t book months ahead, you aren’t getting in anywhere, plain and simple. We have been thinking of buying an RV lot but they have skyrocketed in price as well with the pandemic. It is about the biggest reason why I’ve seriously contemplated selling the fiver recently.


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For SC State Parks I typically book 13 months in advance. I was actually doing this prior to COVID.


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MN State Parks reservations are done 120 days in advance and you can only stay for 14 days. The really popular parks are always booked right away during the booking period. The less popular ones will have room at this time of year. And,,, if you keep looking sometimes you can get a spot in any park when someone cancels for some unforeseen reason. I've done that. Just have to stay diligent.

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