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Old 06-29-2016, 03:01 PM   #57
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You don't say, or perhaps I missed it, what sort of campgrounds you've had these experiences with but, if you've been staying at state parks, as we have on occasion, on long holiday weekends or simply on a summer weekend, your chances of having to deal with those sorts of things go way up. Plan your outings for week days and going home on Friday afternoon and you will often find you all have the park to yourselves. Fall and late spring outings while the kiddies are in school will also help provide peaceful camping experiences.

Just a thought.

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Old 06-30-2016, 04:44 AM   #58
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Thanx for all the replies. We knew better than to go to Jellystone Park or KOA. And stayed away from destination resorts or anything advertised as a fun park. The places I refereed to were more out of the way. I know boondocking by yourself is obviously quiet. We had never gone to a SP.
The reason I asked about A only was that we were allowed in one for a couple days and it did seem better. I just wondered if that was the norm.

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Old 06-30-2016, 04:19 PM   #59
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The reason I asked about A only was that we were allowed in one for a couple days and it did seem better. I just wondered if that was the norm.

They have been for us. We've stayed in 4 over the last couple years and they have always been pleasant.
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Old 06-30-2016, 07:49 PM   #60
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I have 3 Coleman Mach 8s, the noisiest ACs on the market. I sleep like a baby, but the surrounding kids and drunks complain about the noise of my ACs.
There was a fan blade upgrade on the Mach 8s that lowered the noise. It's a simple fix to make.
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Old 06-30-2016, 08:52 PM   #61
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There was a fan blade upgrade on the Mach 8s that lowered the noise. It's a simple fix to make.
Yep and thank you for chiming in. I learned that just the other day on here and I received 3 from Tweeties. I should get them installed over the 4th and am anxious to hear the result.
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FWIW We don't avoid either Jellystone or KOA when passing through or off season. They usually have good WiFi and no crowd then. ;-)

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