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Old 11-12-2013, 10:54 AM   #1
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About to spend a month somewhere on the gulf coast of texas, about used up my allowance for RV parks and would like some suggestions for camping on a small budget, less than $20 a day. Thanks.

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Don't think yopu will find much. Might check out Passport America for weekdays. If you are old enough to have a Golden Age Pass you might check out the COE parks.
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You can stay at Gulf State Park, Gulf Shores, Alabama. It's a great place and in the winter snowbirds can stay all winter if they want. There are many sites filled with snowbirds. Check out these rates:

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