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Old 03-26-2012, 08:08 PM   #15
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We have not had to much trouble with a 40', but much over that will be a problem in some state parks, especally older ones, and in the north east. With that said a lot of states are redoing their camp grounds to handle longer rigs. With a little advance planning longer rigs have not been a problem for us. Another source of great camp grounds is city and county parks.

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I like my 40 footer. We progressed upward from a 29, then a 32, then a 36. All gasses then a 38 ft DP and now 40 which is the length we stay with, just to do better planning.

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