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Old 04-27-2009, 08:06 PM   #1
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good or bad CG forum

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I wish I can see a particular rver forum discussing only good campground/places to stay and on the other hand also a different forum focused only to those CG/places to avoid instead of MIX (good and bad CG) discussion forum. But anyway, if you know that these type of forums already exist, please by all means, let me know. Thanks to all.

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It would be nice; however, difficult to achieve. What one person thinks is a good campground could be an "avoid" to another. For example, just notice how many cg's on rvparkreview's website have both good (higher number ratings) & bad reviews (lower number ratings) for the same cg. Since we all have different standards we judge cg's by, good vs bad is subject to personal interpretation.


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I find I can do fairly well just looking at the TL campground directory. I don't get a new one every year, usually every 2-3 years. This Spring I was looking at the CW store in Grand Rapids and they had last year's book for $2.00. My kids sometimes say did is cheap. I think I was being thrifty in buying that book.
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here are already a couple of them.. Alas, I can't link you to them however.

Some of them are "Special Intereste" sites though, for example one is called "Satellite friendly" and rates campgrounds on how good sat TV/Internet works there.
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We just stayed at a CG in Wendover, UT. Reviews were mixed so we looked at it first and both type reviews were correct. What the people who didn't like the CG did not say was all the seasonal [8] were parked in one little area. The one with a dog was in the far corner away from everything.
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Marantha ...

I have been using this site occasionally ...

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These reviews are all by campers ... most are pretty accurate ... I think you will notice though that a few reviewers are pretty picky. My guess is that they are expecting a "destination resort" when they are actually using them for an "overnight (or two) stop"

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