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Old 03-09-2013, 10:25 AM   #1
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Hey Folks,

Do you have any suggestions (especially a hyperlink) for an internet search engine that leads you to nice campgrounds especially suited for Class A MH's?

I am really tired of going website to website, only to find out they have terrible reviews, only cater to tent-goers, or they are just NOT RIGHT for one reason or another. I spend way too much time searching..... HELP!!
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While I prefer to use their app on my phone, AllStays has an on line search engine that does state by state searches for campgrounds (as well as many other things). You can search by map or city, and when you choose a campground a review search of Google usually lands you on a link to RV Park Reviews.
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I will second the suggestion for rvparkreviews.com. we use it almost exclusively to search for campgrounds. Throw out any exceptionally high or low rating and look for consistent high marks on campgrounds and you will find yourself using it all the time like we do!
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I just use the phone's map software thats already there. I use it to look for all kinds of businesses.
As for parks that ONLY allow class a's .. hmmm not sure how to go about that thou. As for parks that let class a's in well almost all parks do that. Traveled cross country with a class a pulling a 20ft trailer and never had a problem finding a park that had places for class a's.
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we use multiple websites when planning a trip. to me the planning and searching is a enjoyable part of the trip. I agree with the RVREVIEW site.
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We use All Stays on our I phone works great
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We use All Stays on our I phone works great
X3 all stays is the way to go. There isn't any perfect solution that I have seen.
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