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Old 10-04-2015, 03:09 PM   #1
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FT Upper NY next three months...any ideas?

Our first trip will be a tough one.
Does anyone have advice on where to stay around the Saratoga Springs, NY area for the next three months. My husband will be working in that area through Dec. of this year.
Currently we are living permanently in Naples, FL. which will be a big change for myself and the dogs. He has been up there for 4 months, this way we can be together with the pups. It looks like he will be moved to Atlanta or back to Florida in January.
We need a place that has full hook ups and is dog friendly.
Thank you!
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Old 10-04-2015, 03:33 PM   #2
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Doubtful that you will (want to) find an RV park open that time of year, it's too cold and the snows to deep.
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Old 10-04-2015, 05:39 PM   #3
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Exit 16 off of 87 east side of interstate. Go down the road about 3 miles to stoplight and turn left about 2 miles on left. Year round campsite.
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Doubtful that you will (want to) find an RV park open that time of year, it's too cold and the snows to deep.
We know!! Husband is working up there until 1st of January....I haven't been with him for six months, we want to be able to work this out. he will move to a different part of the country after that. We need to figure out the where with all!
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I googled using the following "year round camping near saratoga ny" and came up with a few.
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I googled using the following "year round camping near saratoga ny" and came up with a few.
I am looking right now...I had searched on another sight and didn't have much luck. My husband went to one of them yesterday to check it out and was very disappointed...hoping to find something soon!
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He may not want to be to pickey there are not many open after October.15th.
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Note that you will use a LOT of propane and or electricity. Many motor homes use some hot air diverted from the furnace to keep the tanks and plumbing from freezing so just running electric heaters won't work. When we were forced to spend some time in western CO in March (nights down to 10 degrees and days in the 20s) we used a 40 pound tank of propane in about 5 days.
Hopefully you can rent/lease a large propane tank that the dealer will refill as needed.
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Upstate NY is gonna be cold in November and well below freezing in December.
We live 60 miles south of Saratoga and already have the house furnace running!

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