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Old 04-03-2005, 05:25 PM   #1
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Can anyone share any recent experience at this park? I will be in this area in early July, and might want to stay there for 2 weeks in a 33' MoHo.. Thanks you...rgr...
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Can anyone share any recent experience at this park? I will be in this area in early July, and might want to stay there for 2 weeks in a 33' MoHo.. Thanks you...rgr...
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Everything I have read indicates tht this is the place to stay if you are visiting
Boston. We will be there for three nights at the end of May and will try to let you know.
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Thanks Kayo, I'll appreciate that...rgr...
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I don't have but I should acquire an interest in Minuteman North for all the free promo I have given them over the years. Up until Aug.'03 we lived in Littleton, MA less than 2 miles from this CG. At that time it was flying a KOA flag; but, they have since dropped that affiliation. CG is quiet, fairly EZ in/out, sites are small compared to what you may be used to---33 footer OK; but, I would not try it with our 40 footer. We have stayed there and have recommended it to several friends. It is about 2+ miles from I-495 and if you are going into Boston it is the easiest place to stay. Do not attempt to take a rig into Boston. Car ok, public transportation is also easily accessible. If I can answer any other ? you can come back to me privately, Ken,'04 DSDP...
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Thanks Ken, I'll put in a word for you...maybe get one of the camp streets named for you :>.. Sounds like the place for us. Spent a few days last year in a B and B in Concord, used the dingy down to Alewife station, will do the same this year..Thanks again...rgr..
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