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Old 03-08-2005, 04:11 PM   #15
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To Rick/IL. I have camped at the Camp Komfort. It used to be a KOA long time ago. A husband/wife team bought it(and live there) year round and are nice people. They have done alot of work to bring the facility up from the years of sitting idle. As prices go, I think that it cost me about $24.00 for a site with sewer and running the AC. They do have a fee structure depending on what you need. THe one odd thing was that the firebox must be placed on the asphalt within the site if you plan a fire. Restrooms are typicall of a smaller KOA but have been updated to an extent and were clean. The only downside is the interstate traffic noise, then again we had the site closest to the highway. A train track also borders the campground, so expect one in the middle of the night. The pool has also been redone, but we did not use it. If you go, I would take the road going back acroos the interstate away from Carlock. Take the first right and it is a short drive. You need to watch the county blacktop as it can be narrow with two vehicles.
I too have looked at the Pilgrim models, and if it wasn't for the fact our Layton 2500 is only 6-months old I probably would have bought one. Then again, they told me at the open house they would trade me for about $2000.00. Quality RV in Mclean is having an open house this coming weekend and I have heard they have a few Pilgrim models down there. Happy hunting.

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Old 03-09-2005, 11:30 AM   #16
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by gossamar:
Quality RV in Mclean is having an open house this coming weekend and I have heard they have a few Pilgrim models down there. Happy hunting. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Quality RV is where we saw the Pilgrim travel trailer that had two slide out rooms. I think on the web site, it shows that model as avbl soon, but Quailty does have one. That is a nice unit. Lots of storage, inside and out.

Thanks for the info on Camp Komfort.

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Old 08-04-2005, 08:17 AM   #17
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I purchased a 2005 Pilgram 26 ft 5th wheel in May. A few bugs like the refrigerator needed a new heating unit and some loose screws here and there, but in general a very nice unit. There are a couple of design flaws, the door can't open all the way when the awning is extended but not unhooked from the trailer. And if the slideout is in, the door to the bathroom is hinged on the side which makes it impossible to get into if you wanted to get something out of the bathroom without extending out the slideout.
It is a very heavy trailer for a 26 ft, over 7400 lbs but so far I really like this over the Zepplin Travel trailer I traded in. By the way, anyone intersted in a Zepplin made by Keystone, be careful, I had nothing but trouble with this 2004 leaky bucket.
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Old 08-08-2005, 12:25 AM   #18
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Congrats on your new Fifht wheel. I have found and I think you will too, if you contact Pilgrim they might have solutions or fixes for some of your problems. They have a history of making correction and great customer service. Good luck with everything, and enjoy your new rig.

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