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Old 01-31-2007, 05:58 AM   #1
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Just noticed on their web site that they are adding a new "pet interactive area" to their facility. This will be an enclosed area where pets will be allowed to exercise off-leash and will even have an obstacle to test your dogs agilty. As "adopted parents" of Greyhounds this is a very attractive idea for us. Just hope it works out and pet owners are responsible enough to use it properly and follow the rules, especially cleaning up after their pets. Would be really great to see more campgrounds offer this type of facility if they have the space available.
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Just noticed on their web site that they are adding a new "pet interactive area" to their facility. This will be an enclosed area where pets will be allowed to exercise off-leash and will even have an obstacle to test your dogs agilty. As "adopted parents" of Greyhounds this is a very attractive idea for us. Just hope it works out and pet owners are responsible enough to use it properly and follow the rules, especially cleaning up after their pets. Would be really great to see more campgrounds offer this type of facility if they have the space available.
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Old 01-31-2007, 01:14 PM   #3
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That is a very nice CG. Clean and well maintained, conveniently located and music entertainment several nights a week. The only problem is they are right next door to Camping World. One can walk to CW! Now, I can resist the CW temtation as I drive by. My will power usually keeps me away for a day, when one is convenient. However, 4 and 5 day stays, make it impossible, for me, not to find a bunch of stuff I need. It is usually an expensive stay, for me, at this CG. We have stayed here in the past and will do so again in the future.
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GaryKD, have to agree with you on the CW situation. Never seems to amaze me that no matter how many visits we make to one we're still able to find those items we "really need" or "just can't live without".
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