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Old 02-19-2012, 03:46 PM   #1
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2012 Big Rig Best Bets Book

Looking for opinions on the 2012 (or recent edition) Big Rigs Best Bets campground book. I saw this on the RVBookstore website and it apparently has in depth reviews of campgrounds that will accommodate big rigs.
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I have one from a couple of years ago. It is a book of only the places this particular couple has been and is by no means a comprehensive or complete book of places that big rigs can go.

My opinion is that too many people think that big rigs can't go a lot of places. I had one person tell me that you could forget about State and National parks if you had a big rig. I spend lots of time with my 43' MH in State and National parks. If in doubt, call and ask the particular place you want to go.

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We used it the first year, but now I mainly use RV Park Reviews :: Home along with Google satellite images (for the satellite dishes on the roof) and the Rv park's own website, if they have one. If in doubt, I call the rv park, especially since we're 13' 4" and 50k+ lbs.

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PS A must have book is the Motor Carrier's Road Atlas.
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SayDiver- Sue and Joe.............thanks for all of your help and replies to this and various other posts. One day I hope to have a King Aire or Essex and be able to meet up with you and other Newmar folks. My ability to learn from you and others before i jump into the deep end of the pool is great. Prior to the internet i wonder how people exchanged all of this information!?
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One of the best books on campgrounds is Woodall's.

RV Campgrounds, RV Camping, RV Rentals, RV Parks, RV Resorts - Woodalls
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jfran: Thanks for rescuing lil girl.

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jfran: Thanks for rescuing lil girl.

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Thanks Kerry,

Our son and Granddaughter live in Las Vegas so maybe we can introduce you to her on one of our trips out there.

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