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Old 09-08-2016, 11:26 PM   #57
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Calif State parks charge $60-80 for electric and water in all the beach parks south of Moro Bay. And you have to make reservations for them several months in advance. So Campland is just charging market price. $99 a night for a deux site on Hilton Head. So it's not a West Coast thing. It's a I got it, you want ít? Thing
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Yep. It's California, and other "IN" places. Folks will stay at those places so they can be seen being stupidly extravagant, not because they like the peace, quiet and solitude instead of the cattle barn feel. I'll take the desert at Quartzsite. You couldn't PAY ME to stay in places like Campland.
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Yep. It's California, and other "IN" places. Folks will stay at those places so they can be seen being stupidly extravagant, not because they like the peace, quiet and solitude instead of the cattle barn feel. I'll take the desert at Quartzsite. You couldn't PAY ME to stay in places like Campland.
Not really.....Although when it's just the two of us we like the quieter places, and do a lot of Desert Camping or State Park Camping. But when we take the grandkids somewhere we like it to be a nice place with lots of activities. So we aren't trying to be seen as "stupidly extravagant" as you suggest, it's that we can afford it and occasionally do it. It's also a great place to stay to take them to Sea World and the Zoo. When the grandkids get a little older and really appreciate the great outdoors, or are old enough to use the ATV's then we will do more remote type Desert locations or State CG's with them.
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You wanna see high rates, try KeyWest in season. Be sure and have smelling salts handy!
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In 2007 I paid over $1300 for MH for one week during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and $800 for the site plus an additional $160 for 2 additional people. But nothing is cheap during that rally. At the end of 7 days on the road and 3400 miles to get there, it seemed like a bargain. Wife and I got the sofa.
Camp Hatterass and KOA in Waves NC on the Outter Banks is $100/night for ocean front. Very nice CG.
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