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Old 03-13-2011, 07:10 PM   #1
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summer trip planing

We are taking a six week trip this summer. We are planing to stay a week at the following locations. Lake George, NY., Buffalo/ Niagra Falls, NY., Canton,Oh., Poconos Mountains, Pa. Williamsburg Va. and Philidelphia, Pa. Any advice that some locals can give on gems to see in thier area as well as campgrounds to stay at would be great. Great to see that the snow has finally melted away. Time to get the rig ready!


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Philadelphia may be difficult at best. Perhaps avoid the traffic from the burbs to the history which is mostly downtown and stay in NJ. Looks like closest review is:
RV Park Reviews :: Clarksboro, New Jersey ( NJ ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

Hershey PA has several, but the drive to town is hectic.

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We stayed at Timberlane last Thanksgiving, nice place and makes for an easy commute to Philly. Nothing very special about Timberlane, and nothing very Evil either. They do seem just a little dog hostile. Lots of grass areas you have to keep'm out of.
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If you're coming to Canton, OH visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame, tour the Harry London Candy Factory, ride a canal boat on the Canal Fulton Canalway (OH & Erie Canal) & you're about an hour away from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad & 1.5 hours away from the Longaberger Homestead. Stay at Evergreen Park RV Resort just outside of Mt. Eaton (12 mi west of I-77 on Rt 250). We held the 2009 iRV2 National Rally there & it's a top-notch campground & just on the edge of Amish Country OA Country (too many places there to list so I just linked to the 2 tourism sites I use most) . See the pictures in my photo album & review in the Campgrounds section. Oh, & Olde Mountain Top Restaurant (Amish) is within walking distance, across the street, of the campground.

That should keep you busy in the area for a week. If you need more area info (gas, rv service, churches...etc), just PM me.

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