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Old 09-16-2012, 09:04 PM   #1
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Smile Create it...who will come?

Thought this an interesting question. I have been to many rv parks and campgrounds, I have not yet found that perfect, or near perfect park. So I have had manny ideas and would like to throw out some, and ask what u might think would be features to the perfect campground.First would be a campground that advertises the truth about what it is, has and offers. Secondly is a welcome host, one that meets you, greets you, introduces you to the park and follows through on contacting you during your stay to see how you are doing and what you might need. Now bare with me, that would be a park the size of say, Baileys in Maine or Danforth Bay in NH. Next sites to choose from which fall in all ranges from drive through, wooded, field, private, age group oriented, and sites that are arranged based on interest areas. By this I mean, creating a culdasac design where folks choosing this area may like camp fires, kids meeting kids but in a small community, sports I Teresa's, like waterfront group sites for those wanting to kayak, canoe or paddleboard. Another special interest is a confined dog park..set up with rules, water, puppy pool, agility mini track and a place to wash and groom your pup. One more thing on this topic, a dog walker on board as staff member.
I have many other ideas, how bout your ideas. When I win my three million, I will build it they will come and I' add your ideas too.

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3 Million?

Better make it 10.

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Old 09-16-2012, 09:34 PM   #3
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