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Old 05-18-2011, 07:42 AM   #1
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Where is the best place to stay in Elkhart?
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Forget I asked I just found all the old posts. Sorry a little slow today, guess I need more coffee.

It's funny what you find when you spell names correctly
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Depends on where you are going in Elkhart.. Myself, I overnighted at the Moose, being a member (NO RV facilities but a nice big parking lot with lights)

I've also overnighted at the factory (The Warranty Service Plant for Damon) while awaiting the service technician.. I had an appointment so they had a power cord for me. Very nice.

Several other manufactures have places for you to park provided your rig bears their name of course.

I can not help you with campgrunds... but there are a bunch about.
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