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Old 08-08-2010, 04:17 PM   #1
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Dear Fellow Rv'rs...

We are new to this game and are wanting to get an idea of the best and most beautiful places to settle in for 6 or so months at at time. i.e. temperate in the summer with very beautiful natural surroundings and not too crowded and of course headed somewhere in the winter where there is no snow - maybe a desert area.

We are looking to be located somewhere in the Midwest for the most central local in the states for both seasons.

Appreiciate any and all input and if there is a book that tells/rates places for RV'r's to park and stay for a spell, would love to know the name.

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Old 08-08-2010, 05:32 PM   #2
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Cashiers,N.C. is a great place.
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Dear Fellow Rv'rs...

We are new to this game and are wanting to get an idea of the best and most beautiful places to settle in for 6 or so months at at time. i.e. temperate in the summer with very beautiful natural surroundings and not too crowded and of course headed somewhere in the winter where there is no snow - maybe a desert area.

We are looking to be located somewhere in the Midwest for the most central local in the states for both seasons.

Appreiciate any and all input and if there is a book that tells/rates places for RV'r's to park and stay for a spell, would love to know the name.

RA
You live in the best part of the country for the summer. You can go south in Nov./Dec. for a few months and back to the NW.
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Yes we love the NW but unfortunately for our work we have to be Midwest. I'll check the NC link.

I think I found a nice long term place on a river in colorado as well...
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Just quickly looking but can't find an RV park in Cashiers, NC.. any suggestions?
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michigan & the up for summer good seasonal rates
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Try searching Lake Toxaway, North Carolina. It's about 9 miles from Cashiers, NC and has a couple of nice campgrounds.

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The RV park is i mile from the Crossroads on Hwy. 64. It has 3 50 amp spaces with water and sewer. One site has an American Dream coach in it. The other two spaces are empty. Call Bill Whiteside, at 828 743 2269 for information. The small park was built for Bill's friend's Newell.
Summers temperature stays between 60 and 85.
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BE ADVENTUROUS! Just get out there and go! If you're like us and dislike cold weather (especially winter-related crap), go south when it's cold, go north when it's warm. Just head out in a general direction and when you find a place that suits you, stop. Then move on when it's time. Have fun!
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Just purchased a 2001 Travel Supreme 38DSO, trying to locate a copy of the owners manual. If you can copy your manual we will be happy to buy a copy.

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