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Old 09-02-2008, 07:34 AM   #1
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We are planning on being in VT, NH and Maine the first two weeks of October this year. I've been reading conflicting reports on how full campgrounds will be during that time. We plan on keeping our itenerary flexible but would probably call ahead for week-end reservations. Does anybody have first hand knowledge about campground availability during this time?
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We are planning on being in VT, NH and Maine the first two weeks of October this year. I've been reading conflicting reports on how full campgrounds will be during that time. We plan on keeping our itenerary flexible but would probably call ahead for week-end reservations. Does anybody have first hand knowledge about campground availability during this time?
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Old 09-04-2008, 07:56 PM   #3
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Leaf Peeper Season, roads will be busy especially
on weekends. Not sure about campgrounds, some
might even been getting ready to close up for the
season. I would try to plan and reserve before
hand just to be sure you have a place.
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Old 09-05-2008, 04:05 AM   #4
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The CG in Augusta/Richmond Maine is open until the 13th of October. We have been working here this year, well kept CG, hour ride to attractions like Booth Bay, lots of trees changing colors. Country setting about 15 miles from Augusta and all the stores.
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Old 09-05-2008, 05:53 AM   #5
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Hi All,

Hey Westwind,

I see that your in RI, and just in case you did not know the NorEasters are haveing there Fally Rally Oct. 9 - 13 at Fishermans Memorial Park, come join us if you like! Of course the invite is open to everyone else who is or might be in the area during this time !
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In early October, My wife and I are staying over two nights in New Hampshire at the Canon Mountain RV Park on Echo Lake in the north end of The Franconia Notch (just a couple of miles south of the town of Franconia)
We're going there because we're hikers and plan on hiking the mountains there. The park itself has only 9 sites but is quite nice, very quiet, picturesque, full service and can be reserved online. No showers.
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