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Old 07-30-2012, 02:11 PM   #15
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The RV parking, according to the customer service reps, is located just north of the intersection of Grove and Depot Streets. In current Google maps there is a single RV parked there. There are lines with arrows painted on the pavement.

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Old 08-15-2012, 05:37 AM   #16
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We just passed through Freeport on Friday 8/11 with our 34H and toad. Not a beach day so the streets and lots were full with many rvs in the lower lot. Came back through on Sunday morning and found a spot in the nearby Trift store lot.

About a mile or two south of Bean on the west side of RT 1 there is a Shaws market that had many rvs parked and lots of space. Some rigs were dropped and a big tail gate party was going on. While in the market I asked about parking there and they seemed to welcome it. Nice market and the atmosphere seemed to be "Hey, it's vacationland".

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Old 08-15-2012, 06:41 AM   #17
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Still trying to become an RV'r soon. But I did drive a tractor/trailer (big rig, semi) for a few years and could always find a spot to ditch my 70 some foot of truck and trailer while on the road. You just have to be a flexible and little "creative". As a previous poster stated now with Maps and Google it is a lot easier to get the lay of the land.
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Old 08-15-2012, 11:31 AM   #18
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Wayne, how was the Freeport KOA? I am taking three MH's thruogh there the end of August for two nights and a day of shopping for the wifes. Three 45' coaches.
If I remember correctly, which I always do, it was 6 miles. I'll Google it just to make sure.

Darn! That F350 speedometer was off back then. It is 7.2 miles as the road turns.

The KOA is at 82 Big Sky Ln, Durham, ME.

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