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Old 02-15-2016, 06:45 PM   #15
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We're staying at Yosemite Pines for 3 days in mid-June. This is the first at Yosemite camping with the family. The park seems pretty nice from the reviews I've read.
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The national park website says they have 12 sites capable of handling a 40' motor home at Lower and Upper Pines campground. Is it going to be difficult to get a rig that long into the park?
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I just made reservations for Diamond O campground. A primitive campground but with good reviews, and with the Senior Pass it is only $12/night. No hookups, of course, but we are ok with that for 3 nights.
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Not sure if this has been cleared up ...

The Thousand Trails rv park called "Yosemite Lakes" does have a public section. Nice place, VERY convenient to Yosemite.
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I just made reservations for Diamond O campground. A primitive campground but with good reviews, and with the Senior Pass it is only $12/night. No hookups, of course, but we are ok with that for 3 nights.
Well, this is what I get for thinking that after 45 years of marriage I can actually out-guess my wife. She typically likes more rustic campgrounds and she is very thrifty, so given the difference between $36 for 3 nights at Diamond O with no hookups or amenities and $179 for 3 nights at Thousand Trails RV resort with full hookups, I went ahead and booked Diamond O while she was gone for the day shopping. But thinking I'd be smart and show her both options tonight, not telling her that I had booked Diamond O, and letting her make the choice, I'd look like the hero when she chose Diamond O and I could tell her that I already made the reservations. As you have probably already guessed, she chose Thousand Trails! So, I made reservations there and will cancel at Diamond O, but you can bet that I'm not telling her about that part!

I blame the portable satellite dish that I bought her for the trailer last fall. I think it has made her soft and now she needs electrical hookups...
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