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Old 01-02-2007, 06:57 PM   #29
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Thanks ecker, JayC, Rusty, Roy & Nancy for the great resort recommendations!! Here is the link to Seven Feathers if anyone is interested. We love to visit casinos and play the slots. Has anyone stayed at a resort close by or on a casino's property like Seven Feathers? Was your experience safe, free, expensive, noisy?

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Old 01-02-2007, 07:24 PM   #30
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by It's A Good Life!!:
Thanks ecker, JayC, Rusty, Roy & Nancy for the great resort recommendations!! Here is the link to Seven Feathers if anyone is interested. We love to visit casinos and play the slots. Has anyone stayed at a resort close by or on a casino's property like Seven Feathers? Was your experience safe, free, expensive, noisy?

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Great camping at the stand alone RV park at Turning Stone Casino in NY
http://turning-stone.com/lodging/rvpark/

Same for Mystic Lakes Casino MN at
http://www.ccsmdc.org/DakMead/
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Old 01-05-2007, 04:40 PM   #31
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by ecker:

Great camping at the stand alone RV park at Turning Stone Casino in NY
http://turning-stone.com/lodging/rvpark/

Same for Mystic Lakes Casino MN at
http://www.ccsmdc.org/DakMead/ </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Thanks ecker!! Mystic Lake is my cup of tea!! I love the fact that you can visit so many attractions in one area. We live right off the 35E Fwy in Dallas, Texas, so it looks like we just have to head straight up North. Appreciate the great recommendation.
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Old 01-17-2007, 05:26 AM   #32
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I'll agree with Buckhorn Lake in Kerrville, Tx. 1st class park owned by an RVer. Also in Tx. is Haven's Landing @ Montgomery, West of Conroe. Our Monaco group has rallys at these 2 on alternating yrs.
Another is Hacienda Resort @ Las Cruces Nm.
The finest SP we've ever been to is Topsail Hill @ Santa Rosa Beach Fl.
ecker, thanks for the info on Mountain View. Our traveling frineds just made reservations there yesterday for 3 coaches over the 4th of July for a couple of weeks.

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Old 01-17-2007, 08:49 AM   #33
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Has anyone experienced Kamp Klamath RV Park in Northern Calif. in their travels? I'v made reservations for April and just want to be reasured this RV park can accommodate 45ft MH.

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Old 01-22-2007, 04:22 PM   #34
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by g_essex:
Has anyone experienced Kamp Klamath RV Park in Northern Calif. in their travels? I'v made reservations for April and just want to be reasured this RV park can accommodate 45ft MH.

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Hi Gabi - have not been there yet. The park should let you know if the have spaces that will accommodate your rig. Be sure to post your experience on the Reviews section of this website. Have a great trip!!
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Old 01-31-2007, 06:16 AM   #35
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If you are ever along the North Carolina coast, you will want to try the Holiday Trav-L Park Resort in Emerald Isle. Clean as a pin, no rif raff, and right on the beach. Near Jacksonville, NC. Great Beach and neat shopping at unique shops in Swansboro. A little pricey, but you get what you pay for.
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Old 01-31-2007, 11:45 AM   #36
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I am surprised no one mentioned the Bluewater Key resort 10 miles from Key West. The sites are individually owned and they are beautiful. Each site has a privcy hedge (palms) concrete slab, tiki hut, some of them with a kithen & ice maker. Go to this site www.bluewaterkey.com DO NOT GO TO THE ONE WITH NET. The com site is rentals from the individual owners and the office puts you on a site. If you like water I would suggest the water ones. You can pull in so you can look out your windshield and see water, or you an back in. The ones on the canal are also OK. Very large sites. Try it you will not be dissapointed. We stayed there for 2 months a couple of years ago working for someone. Loved it. Did not get tired of the site....did not want to go Good luck!
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Allegro Happy All I can say is WOW!! Blue Water Key Resort looks absolutely incredible. Thank you so much for the post. This is a must see resort. I will be going to Florida next week and try to drive through the resort for a quick tour.
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It is a locked campground. You should probably call ahead and I am sure they will give you a look around. If you are staying on the mainland, it will be a LONG drive down to look at it. Just to let you know. But the drive is beautiful. It is so awesome....ocean on the one side gulf on the other side.
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Gabi,
I have not stayed at Kamp Klamath but have stayed at a couple of the ones just off the highway such as Golden Bear and others. Almost all of the sites are large grassy sites some right on the river some campgrounds offer a few more amenities such as group camp fires where you can tell the story about the whopper that got away and some have small stores and freezer services to freeze that whopper that didnt get away.
I have stayed many years on the river and can tell you that its a wonderful area and the sight seeing with the coastal redwoods in easy driving distance (Jedediah Smith and Prarie Creek) and reasonable distance to Crescent City for replenishing supplies.
I think you will find a spot for you... just pick the one thats right (might want to call ahead for reservations during the peak fishing season)
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We spent the week of Easter 2006 at Bluewater Key. It was beautiful. We had a spot on the canal where the front of the coach faced the canal. The site had a concrete pad where it was set up to park 2 coaches. The site also had a Tiki hut and its' own pier. My son spent most of the time swimming. It's a great place for kids to swim; the salt content of the water was so high you wouldn't sink. It was a bit pricey around $100.00 a night. If you want to own a spot like the one we were it could be yours for $950,000.00 (without a coach). They have wi-fi in the clubhouse.
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Old 03-23-2007, 04:59 PM   #41
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Hi Folks,

Just got back from Florida and looked at Bluewater Key. It was outstanding!! I'm looking into staying there next year. I encourage anyone to take a look at their website, and to call ahead if you'd like to take a quick tour. Very secure resort and picturesque.
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Stayed at Bluewater for (too short!) a while this winter, for third time. FABULOUS! Our site had private dock, tiki hut with wood deck leading out to dock, and a frig & ice maker on the lot. Have to disagree with prior post - we booked this year through Bluewater Rentals NOT dot com and were very happy with the treatment we received. First of all, we could not even get the "dot com" folks to answer the phone. They have some of the nicest sites at "dot net" and treat you better. Some owners who occupy their own million dollar sites almost all winter can be very rude to renters, however. Be prepared to be snubbed unless you are driving a 45 foot Prevost and towing a gazillion dollar toybox.
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