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Old 06-29-2011, 05:45 PM   #1
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Is 1st Week of October too late for NE?

Newbie here. I took a couple of guy trips to Charlotte.....first for the Auto Fair and the second for the All-Star race, both at the Speedway.
Now we're planning our first "family trip" and I'd like to go into Maine from Pittsburgh. Planning on a 10 - 12 day trip.
Is the first week of October too late? I would like to experience a lobster roll and see the New England Coast.
Any thoughts would be appreciated. I'm SOOOOOOO looking forward to the RV experience!!

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Old 06-29-2011, 06:00 PM   #2
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I live in nh,i think most cgs close at the end of october? Not sure.....but it's never to late to come up here, it's awesome.

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Sounds like a great time for trip through New England to me. We lived in Connecticut for several years and peak fall colors occurred around mid-October. For that reason, I suspect you'll have lots of company traveling at that time. Enjoy!
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Old 06-29-2011, 06:20 PM   #4
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We live in Northern MA and travel to Maine and other N.E. States throughout the fall. In my opinion it is the best time. If you are coming to Maine during the first part of October you may want to check out the Fryeburg Fair. It is a really fun time and they have camping right there at the fairgrounds. I believe the website will give you all the details. Google Fyreburg Fair and you can get more info.

For Lobster rolls...I have found that the best one I ever had was at a place in North Hampton, NH. Name is Beach Plum and has the largest lobster rolls I have ever seen and more flavors of ice cream then you could eat in a month of Sundays... There are two state parks to camp in nearby...Hampton Beach State Park, NH...(no dogs allowed) and right across the border in Massachusetts...Salisbury State Reservation.

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Any thoughts would be appreciated. I'm SOOOOOOO looking forward to the RV experience!!
If you are set on Maine you should have a good time at this time of the year. On the other hand you can opt to come and join the fun at the iRV2 National Rally on Virginia's Rivah Coast and enjoy friendship and camaraderie of other iRV2 members with the possibility of exploring Colonial Williamsburg and the surrounding area.
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