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Old 01-19-2013, 02:14 PM   #1
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State Park Stats

Been busy this Winter looking up info on state parks campsites . . . and some pleasant surprises for me, a Class A owner, as almost 1/2 of all the sites in state parks are 40-feet and plus.

My summary here: State Park Stats | rvSeniorMoments
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Thanks for the information. Since we are camp hosts associated with our state park system i find it very interesting. Maybe it is time our park system step up its efforts to become number one.
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Thanks for the post. Quite enlightening. As much as we enjoy camping in our state parks, it is disappointing how many are not big rig friendly. I've found more issues with pad level than with pad length in the parks I frequent. Unfortunately, it takes a lot of $$ to upgrade campsites so I see our parks always being behind private parks.

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