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Old 07-22-2014, 04:14 PM   #15
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Now if they had parks where the adults didn't act like children... Just having fun here.
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:33 PM   #16
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Now if they had parks where the adults didn't act like children... Just having fun here.

What fun is that? I thought 60 is the new 16.
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We do not hate children as you put it. Just want a little down time for ourselves in the company of our peers. So please do not take our request in that context. Thank you.
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Old 07-23-2014, 06:01 AM   #18
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Long ago you were told to drive around and find a spot you liked and claim it, then go to office and pay. Now in many cases you take what you can get or have to reserve way in advance.
Then you could be on the lookout for large groups sitting around a campfire drinking beer at 3:00 pm and know that would mean noise at night. Or barking dogs, way too many wind chimes, etc, etc.
We just hope that those around around want to enjoy their time and be polite.


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Stay away from Yogi Bear's Jellystone Parks. We take our GD and they have many kids.
We stopped by one in Waller, Tx. on our way back from Lake Somerville and it looked like a pile of ants someone kicked. We wanted to take a little drive through and they wouldn't let us until we stayed long enough for a couple of cars to pull in behind us so they didn't have much choice to let us in to turn around. Definitely kid oriented! We have 6 gkids so I imagine we will be going before summer is over.
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Why do you hate children? I wish they made a dog free rv park. At least kids don't bark all night Hump the neighbors leg and poop all over the place.
And I read where dog poop is the biggest attraction of flies also. The last place we went they were so bad we had to cook inside. Both my kids had their own camper and each one had a dog so I'm sure that didn't help any.
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