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Old 11-09-2015, 07:41 PM   #71
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I'll list several, some of which haven't been mentioned:

- Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort - Private yet close to all sorts of entertainment; oasis
- Stone Ridge RV Resort & Golf Club (Idaho) - green, mountains, and the golf
- Destin West RV Resort - best beach in the country right across the road (JMHO)
- Indigo Bluffs RV Resort (Michigan) - still in the building stages but a nice place in the country
- Buckhorn RV Resort (Texas) - close to Texas wine country and in hill country
- Grizzly RV Resort (West Yellowstone) - best place for park
- Wine Country RV Resort - central CA wine country
- Air Force Academy FamCamp - if your eligible; top rated golf course in DoD
- Top Sail State Park (Florida) - best state park we've stayed in (spots 103-107 for satellite)
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Old 11-09-2015, 07:54 PM   #72
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We stayed at a Campground in Marshall Texas on the way to the FMCA Rally in Shreveport. A young couple in a travel trailer parked next to us. We had our lights out watching TV. They started playing a cad game where the loser had to remove a piece of clothes. The girl was topless when I told my DW, who made me pull down the blinds. Never did find out who won the game. Eddie Elk.
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Old 11-09-2015, 08:02 PM   #73
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We stayed at a Campground in Marshall Texas on the way to the FMCA Rally in Shreveport. A young couple in a travel trailer parked next to us. We had our lights out watching TV. They started playing a cad game where the loser had to remove a piece of clothes. The girl was topless when I told my DW, who made me pull down the blinds. Never did find out who won the game. Eddie Elk.

Bet you not make the mistake of telling your wife next time ! Ha

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Old 12-12-2015, 06:10 PM   #76
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Hadley's Point Campground in Bar Harbor ME. Acadia National Park is stunning
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Old 12-12-2015, 07:08 PM   #77
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If you limit yourselves to RV resorts with great amenities you will miss out on a lot of great experiences. Waking up to a view of Half Dome in Lower Pines CG in Yosemite National Park and elk walking through your campsite in Trailer Park CG in Grand Canyon National Park are a couple that come to mind. The campgrounds are not RV resorts but the experiences are unforgettable.
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Old 12-12-2015, 11:11 PM   #78
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We stay mostly at State campgrounds in California. Our favorite by far is Mackerricher state park in Fort Bragg California.
All sites at most a 3 minute walk to the beach and some have a great view of the beach. We have been going there as a family for 20 years and will continue to go. Our kids have gone there since they were born and love it. Nice town, beaches, wineries close by, great fishing, close to the town of Mendocino, the Skunk train, glass beach and some really good restaurants.
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Many great parks but ;

Gulf shores Mustang Island Texas
La Hacienda Austin Texas
Several Casino rv parks - Kansas, Louisiana and Mississippi All beautiful cement pads and cheap
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My favorites are ... so far at least!

Blue Water Key, FL
Bella Terra, AL
Buckhorn RV, TX
Destin West, FL
Pontchartain Landing, LA
Cajun Palms RV, LA

Best state/county run campgrounds I've stayed:

Buccaneer State Park, MS
Top Sail Preserve, FL
The Campground at James Island County Park, SC
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We have been to several already mentioned and I agree. Last month while visiting Gatlinburg, TN we stayed at Anchor Down Resort. Very nice Resort and quite unique. http://www.anchordownrvresort.com/
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What was the best RV park you have ever stayed at?

The many places we stayed, no matter how grand they may been, are far outshined by the treasures we have been so very fortunate to experience.
Our RV and the park are mostly just what we come home to.
Happy Trails, and may the Journey also by Your Destination!

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