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Old 02-19-2013, 09:50 AM   #15
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I start with TrailerLife Navigator and decide which park using rvparkreviews.com.

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I have Microsoft Streets & Trips in my laptop. When I come up with a general idea of where I want to spend a night or more, I enter the location. Checking nearby campgrounds in a defined radius gives me everything there is, public or private...no screening out of those not willing to pay to be listed. Clicking on them individually locates on the map, with an address and phone number. Clicking on that brings me to Woodalls, where I can further screen most of them for big rig, hookups and amenities. That ususally provides a link to their websites and rates. I usually check RV Park Reviews before calling ahead for a reservation. I guess it is all a process of elimination...trying to make an informed decision. With so many places to visit, we really do not intend to ever stay at the same place twice. Therefore every campground is a new adventure...and sometimes a surprise.

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Old 02-19-2013, 11:48 AM   #17
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Push button on I-phone and ask Siri for campgrounds in the town I want to stay in for the night-she give me 3 or 4 then I cross check to the Woodall book
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I also ask this forum for recommendations my first choice
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Old 02-21-2013, 02:41 PM   #20
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Rvparkreviews has only "fooled" us once. Reviews averaged 7 and the place was an absolute dump!
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