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Old 10-09-2007, 07:22 PM   #1
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We're hoping some of you who have stayed at the Thousand Trails parks will help us by sharing your experience. We are planning a three month trip in Spring 2008 up the Pacific coast from Santa Barbara to Washington -- via as many TT/NACO/LTR parks as possible. We've been TT members for more than 30 yrs, but it's been 20 since we're been to Oregon and Washington.

We mapped approximately 40 TT parks in a 90 day time period of March through May. That's about 2 nights at each park. DH asked "can we skip some and stay a little longer at others?"

Our questions are:

Which are your favorites?
Which are your least favorites?
And the reasons, if you'd like to share.


We love to fly fish, but that is not essential for a good visit. We could visit half of the parks on the way north and catch the others on the trip south in the fall. Thanks!
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We're hoping some of you who have stayed at the Thousand Trails parks will help us by sharing your experience. We are planning a three month trip in Spring 2008 up the Pacific coast from Santa Barbara to Washington -- via as many TT/NACO/LTR parks as possible. We've been TT members for more than 30 yrs, but it's been 20 since we're been to Oregon and Washington.

We mapped approximately 40 TT parks in a 90 day time period of March through May. That's about 2 nights at each park. DH asked "can we skip some and stay a little longer at others?"

Our questions are:

Which are your favorites?
Which are your least favorites?
And the reasons, if you'd like to share.


We love to fly fish, but that is not essential for a good visit. We could visit half of the parks on the way north and catch the others on the trip south in the fall. Thanks!
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Old 10-10-2007, 04:58 PM   #3
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If you don't get any answers here , try the TT site http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ttnmembers/ They say all the LTR parks are great, we didn't upgrade but the standout parks for me were Bend, can't remember the other one (had beach, and sand dune rides) was a looog trip and I've forgotten the names of the parks.
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Old 10-10-2007, 07:46 PM   #4
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Thank you for the tip to try the other link. I knew there must be a message board specifically for TTN members. I don't wander very far from this site. Appreciate it!

Maybe someone else will mention their favorite TT park on the west coast.
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