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Old 03-04-2015, 12:30 PM   #1
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We have a 28' Alumascape FW. Is it practical for stays in state and national parks and where can we get informatio on the parks?

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I booked a site for this summer at state/county park and they had all the size info on their site plus a map that showed the direction to pull into the site.

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You should be able to fit into most all of the state and national parks, but info on length restrictions are on the internet. For the USFS CGs, just google the park you are interested in, or google US Forest Service Campgrounds--lots of info will be available with a little research.
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We have a 28' Alumascape FW. Is it practical for stays in state and national parks and where can we get informatio on the parks?

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National Parks and Corp. of Engineers parks...

Federal recreation, camping and tour reservation information - Recreation.gov
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Rvparkreviews.com. please use and contribute to it! We have found all our favorite places on there. Absolutely some amazing places. Using it nearly guarantees you will not have any surprises.
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