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Old 08-14-2015, 02:02 PM   #1
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Best app or website for finding big rig friendly RV parks

I have historically used the Allstays app to find potential rv parks, and then rvparkreviews.com to get user feedback on the parks in the area that appear to meet my needs. This worked well in the west, but have had a few more disappointments in the East. Curious if folks have better success with alternative methods of finding places for large rigs with space between sites. Thanks
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I've sometimes had good luck using RV Parky. You can sometimes find more pictures posted on that site to help decide if it's large enough for you.
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I find Good Sam's RV Park Finder, higher rated parks to be pretty good as far as quality and access. Of course, they always place their " approved " parks on top.
I do like RV Park reviews, and sometimes Yelp for feedback on parks.
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Try Mobilerving.com I found this to be extremely helpful.
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Old 08-15-2015, 06:09 AM   #5
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Thanks for the alternatives. I will definitely supplement my use of the Allstays app and RVPark reviews with these.
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Good Sams cross referenced to RVPark reviews. I usually find the RVPark reviews especially informative when there is more than just on harsh comment. RVPark closely reads each post prior to posting - a nice filter to avoid a rant.
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Have you tried using the filter "accepts big rigs" in Allstays ?
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We find RVParky to be the best resource but it's definition of "big rig friendly" is a 40ft space, our motorhome is 43ft so we still need to call ahead and confirm we will fit.
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