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Old 06-04-2014, 07:58 PM   #1
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Thinking about escaping some Texas heat. Ideas for locations? Prefer campsite locations instead of RV parks but RV parks could work if more like a campground. Thoughts appreciated.
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Red River New Mexico was nice area. May be worth a look.
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Pagosa Springs and Durango are both nice area's. It takes us basically same amount of time time drive to Red River as Pagosa, so same same for us from Austin.
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South of Durango (50 miles) is Navajo State Park, nice camp ground and Navajo lake. If it's just camping and a lake great place, but there is no stores or town nearby at all.
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