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Old 09-24-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Any Recommendations on a CG Near Richburg, SC?

Going to be in the area for a month or so starting mid October.

I've found a few but none with good reviews.

Any help is appreciated.

I'm not opposed to being 30 miles out of Richburg. So Charlotte, NC, Rockhill, SC, etc... could work too.
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Going to be in the area for a month or so starting mid October. I've found a few but none with good reviews. Any help is appreciated. I'm not opposed to being 30 miles out of Richburg. So Charlotte, NC, Rockhill, SC, etc... could work too.
Kings mountain state park just over the state line in South Carolina is about 35-40 min from Charlotte, a very nice relaxing park!
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Kings Mountain State Park is about 35-40 min away from Charlotte, just over the South Carolina/North Carolina border, this is a very nice and peaceful park.
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It maybe a bit too far but lake Wateree state park is nice. 25 miles southeast of Richburg.
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Kings mountain state park just over the state line in South Carolina is about 35-40 min from Charlotte, a very nice relaxing park!
Thanks I will check it out
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Kings Mountain looks very nice but available sites are too short.

Lake Wateree has some long sites available. Hopefully it will be cool enough not to need 50 amp service for the AC units. Going to call on Monday. If you have stayed here before is it possible to get a sat signal through the trees? My dish is mounted on the roof mid coach.
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Sorry for not responding by now. I have seen many folks using sat but they sometimes have to have long runs of cable. It is very shady there. In mid October 30 amps should. We will be there for Halloween so drop by and say hey if you go. On the water.
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