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Old 03-30-2013, 06:04 PM   #1
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Natchez Trace State Park for Spring Break

Leaving tomorrow for a week at the Natchez Trace State Park. We will be taking the granddaughter (age 11) for her spring break trip.

Hope the weather gives us a few nice days to enjoy spring. It's still a little chilly and damp around here but the forecast looks promising around the end of next week.

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We were thinking of that route home till I read 50' max including trailer!

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From the Cajun RV rally in Rayne this is the route we gone take too head
up Quebec from April 12 to april 16 hope the weather will be nice
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We were thinking of that route home till I read 50' max including trailer!
Not sure where you read that. Many of the sites are really long and spacious.

Here is a link to the reservation site. There is a photo and description of each site. I think what they quote as "living area" may be where the picnic table is or something...not really sure how they came up with those numbers. There is plenty of room for big rigs and very few obstacles for slides. Make sure you choose the Pin Oak RV area. :-)

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We were there with a 40' motor home pulling a small pick-up. No problems.

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