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Old 10-22-2008, 04:40 AM   #1
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We are headed to my visit my family in Ephrata Pa and staying at Pinch Pond....We have a 37 class a pulling an 08 wrangler....the website looked great just wondering if anyone has any opinions??

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Hello gotago1, my wife and I stayed there the month of Sept. Site # 435 accomodated our 40' mh AND our 22' cargo-carrier. Plenty of room for our car, etc. Staff is helpful and friendly. Saw some 45' mh's in there, no trouble getting in or out. enzo
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We stayed there two years ago. There were allot of seasonals, but the majority were well kept, and they are strict on them. There was plenty of room for most rigs, security cameras everywhere. The only negative thing is that they mixed some transients with seasonals.
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