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Old 11-05-2010, 05:15 PM   #1
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RV park close Philadelphia

My wife wants to see liberty bell, Does anyone know of an RV park within 50 miles that is open in November?
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Try going on Woodalls, you can search CG open all year. Here is one
Click here: Four Seasons Family Campground - Facilities & Programs
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:08 PM   #3
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you might try koa philidelphia/west chester
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:36 PM   #4
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My wife wants to see liberty bell, Does anyone know of an RV park within 50 miles that is open in November?
try homesteadcampground.com take train into phila call 215 257 3445 talk
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Old 11-05-2010, 09:06 PM   #5
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I'm pretty sure Timberlane Campground 856-423-6677 in NJ is open all year. It is right off Rt. 295, about 15 miles from Philly.
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Thanks everyone, I think Timberlane will be our stop unless I hear something bad about'm
pawpaw The koa closes Nov.1, We originally wanted to stay on the Westchester side.
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Stayed at Timberlane this past April. Have lots of relatives in Philly and found it quite convenient. Even to those in the Northeast. Of course you have to avoid rush hour times. Being raised there but not having been back much since was quite impressed with the city and it's improvements.
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Old 11-22-2010, 07:04 AM   #8
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Thanks everyone, I think Timberlane will be our stop unless I hear something bad about'm
pawpaw The koa closes Nov.1, We originally wanted to stay on the Westchester side.
Timberline is a very nice park and is very convenient to Philly, Avoid spots 60-69 (we got spot 67) They are very close to each other and makes exiting with toad very difficult. The people next to us were long term and gone with their Dully parked at the nose of our spot making left turn exit impossible, but due to low occupancy we drove across the spot directly in front of us , alls well that ends well just a heads up.

If you like ducks, deer or turkey you'll be in heaven here.

We are now at Cherry Hill in DC, a little pricey but very nice with every amenity you could think of. Plan your rout here carefully, the area (street layout) is not RV friendly.

On the way from Atlanta to Philly we took the scenic rout, 81 to 66, this is also the hard way! lol. you will be either going up hill or down hill the either way. Also in keeping to my dumb way of going ahead to the "next place" to camp we almost didn't find a place after driving past plenty. then they ran out or were closed for the season.

Stopped for the night at Dixie Caverns (late) the woman who runs it was a very cool person and was up at 11:30 pm to greet us.
Park is small and no frills but was a night saver and we were glad to find it.
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