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Old 08-24-2013, 08:13 AM   #1
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Overnight I 95 DE, NJ, CT

We are looking for a good place to overnight (price, convenience, quiet) off I 95 going through DE, or NJ, or CT in SEP? Large fifth wheel (37ft).
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East Lyme CT is at the northern end of your choices...Aces High was very nice.
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There are no campgrounds in northern DE.
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Timberlane is our usual choice for an overnight on the way through NJ. Easy on and off 95. Untitled Document
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I'll second Aces High campground in East Lyme Ct. Level sights, quite, and well kept.
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