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Old 05-14-2009, 08:09 PM   #1
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Assateague State Park - 40' Motorhome + Trailer

I'm interested in staying at Assateague for the fall Ocean City car show. I'd take my Road Runner on the trailer.

That means a 40' MH plus a 22' trailer.

The MD reservations web site for 60' plus motorhomes has spots available int he A, B and C loops.

How tough is it to manuever in the park for a setup as long as mine?

It looks like they're all back-ins. The 66' one is probably long enough that I could back in and put the trailer's tires on the edge of the pad and park the Road Runner sideways in front of the motorhome.
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We were in the area 2 years ago and drove around the CG and there were some large Prevo's there with trailers.
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And I assume they had no problems backing into a site with the trailer attached?
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