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Old 08-11-2015, 08:03 PM   #15
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For years I always wanted to go on vacation starting Labor day. Since I commute into the NYC area traffic is disastrous, especially after Labor Day when everyone has returned to work and school.

So looking forward to taking the first two weeks off.
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:34 PM   #16
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We we're at the KOA last Columbus Day weekend. The waterfront sites are pricey, but the view was awesome.
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Old 08-11-2015, 11:43 PM   #17
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If we come up the coast of Maine, any good stop overs along the way to the eventual stop in Bar Harbor?
Hi Lloyd,

We've stayed here: Libby's Oceanside Camp - York Harbor, Southern Maine Coast several times while traveling 'Down East'. It's in York Harbor, ME and is RIGHT on the beach.

It's always good to have reservations at popular places.

Most of the campgrounds in the northeast seem to close immediately AFTER the Columbus Day weekend.

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We we're at the KOA last Columbus Day weekend. The waterfront sites are pricey, but the view was awesome.

Looks great. Do you remember what site that was ? Or can you recommend a site ?
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I'm not the one that posted the picture so I don't know which specific site that was. We did not stay water side since we wanted FHU. We were in site 118 and was very happy with that site. Could get glimpses of water and a short walk to the water. However, while walking my dog I checked out the water side sites for possible future visit and thought the following sites were nice and would fit my 40 ft. motorhome: 359, 360, 361, 272, 255

I'm sure there are other nice sites but these are the ones I remember.

If you have a motorhome, I would avoid sites 201-207. They are very sloped and leveling would be a challenge. Travel trailers and 5-ers did not seem to have an issue though.

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Thanks for the great information. Our current reservations are for a full hookup site. We were wondering if a waterfront site would be better and have a wagon service empty our tanks while we are there.
What to do ?
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Almost 2 years ago now, we drove from California to Maine. We left here around September 20 as I recall and took our time. We were on the East Coast from late September thru early November and the only places we made reservations at were Boston, New York area, and Washington DC. And we would've been fine without any reservations! When we were in Maine we stay just outside of Belfast @Moorings RV park. Beautiful spot overlooking the bay. Couldn't stay in Acadia at the time because the government shutdown was going on. Spent several days along the Maine coast and then headed south were towards Boston, etc. It was an amazing trip and I would do it in a heartbeat again! We never ran into one RV park that was closed for the season but we were really pushing it. And a couple of places I believe it was like the last week they were open. We ended up in DC on Halloween and then turned west from there and headed back to California. Wonderful trip!
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Looks great. Do you remember what site that was ? Or can you recommend a site ?

I am sorry don't remember the site. They also offer honey wagon service I believe.
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