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Old 01-25-2014, 04:04 PM   #1
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Good RV Park for Summer Months?

We are FT's , 2nd yr now, and would like to find a nice quiet RV Park for this Summer to spend a Month or more, depending the like or dislikes, need to be cool so that means near or around the higher elevations. We need FH's also, and all the things for comfort., large enough for a big rig. Like to test all the restaurants in the area, so good food necessary., cement pads too. I know that is being a little picky but what the heck, if you are looking for nice, need to say that. Whats your favorite Park? Need Quiet and Peaceful area.
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Old 01-25-2014, 04:10 PM   #2
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Here is a real nice RV park just outside of Durango CO. Alpen Rose RV Park Durango, Colorado - Home all the comforts and good restaurants close by plus plenty to see on day trips.
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Old 01-25-2014, 05:06 PM   #3
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This is a great resort on the lake. http://www.canecreekresort.com
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http://www.canecreekresort.com I think you will like this resort.
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http://www.canecreekresort.com I think you will like this resort.
This looks like a very nice resort, I'll keep up with this one. Thanks
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Cane Creek is a VERY nice park. Very nice sites and amenities all with good views too. The only 'bad' thing is: if you want to go get a quart of milk you better 'pack a lunch'
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Tiger Run in Breckenridge CO. Also, Mountain Views RV resort in Creede CO. Nice cool Summers and good neighbors.
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Old 01-25-2014, 07:54 PM   #8
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If you come to Michigan there is a very good KOA. Way above the KOA standard. There are also 2 High end parks that might rent a spot,condo parks, Hearthside or Bay Harbor. Give 'em a look.
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We have spent a lot of time at Lake George RV park in the NY Adirondacks. This campround is as best as you will find anywhere.
Lake George RV Park: Lake George New York RV Camping at its Finest!
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Mystic Lake Casino, (google) Just minutes from the Mall of America. (Maybe 15 minutes) We drove thru last summer and looks like we might have found a new home away from home.
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For sure will visit some of these..
Give me some more choices in the southeast. Thanks
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For sure will visit some of these..
Give me some more choices in the southeast. Thanks
We love Trackrock Campground in the North Georgia Mountains, near Blairsville. We are at 2200 ft. Web site is: trackrock.com
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