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Old 07-07-2011, 03:26 PM   #1
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Florida to Maine in Sept.

We are planning a 3 week trip from Orlando, FL. to Maine in Sept. any information on routes and campgrounds. Want to spend most of our camping time in the northeast starting near the coast and then moving in towards the mountains. We have a 41' mh with toad and we don't mine side trips with toad.

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Old 07-07-2011, 06:12 PM   #2
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Great time to be in New England! What type of campgrounds do you like?

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The locals say there are Two Maines. One has the touristy coastal spots and the other is the inland areas that most never see. The state does a pretty good job of promoting "Vacationland". Don't hesitate to google "Maine" or anything else regarding your stay. I could suggest many different hilights but I do not know your interests. Trust me, there is no end to the offerings. If you can be more specific, I'm pretty sure we could provide more info. You might want to see Moosehead Lake at dawn!

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Watch out for tunnels up north. They won't let you through them. Propane tanks are a no no. Enjoy
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Old 07-08-2011, 06:39 AM   #5
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We like campgrounds with full hook ups but I know sometimes on the coast you won't have this. We are split as I like the mountains and the DW loves the ocean (water). We are open to see and do anything, looking for the things that you won't find unless you spend hours on the computer. If you have seen something or done something that was just the best for you that's what were looking for.

Where are the tunnels and the roads that don't permit LP gas?

We would like to start around mystic CT. and work our way up the coast to Maine then cut across to the mountains NH and VT then maybe NY then back towards FL. We plan on doing Mt. Washington (cog railroad).

Thanks for the feedback
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We made this trip up and back several years ago. On the way up, we tried to stay near the coast and take every ferry we could. I was a wise choice. The was a great trip. The coast is wonderful.

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