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Old 10-03-2013, 12:31 AM   #1
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New Jersey/PA Area trips this time of year

Got my MH. 1993 Winnebago Spectra 37ft Gas, few months back, just got around to doing tires and getting geny running, I hate to wrap it up already for the winter. I am looking for ideas as were to go this time of year in the NJ/PA area and what do I need to be careful of freezing.

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Old 10-03-2013, 04:54 AM   #2
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Otter lake (otterlake.com) was nice last year about this time.

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Several state parks in PA. Too early yet to worry about freezing. We will keep going thru December.

Take a look here to see some of the places in PA that my be close to you.

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Old 10-03-2013, 05:45 AM   #4
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We just left Quakertown, PA. Temps at night were in mid 40s. We drove to many of the small towns and there are many Fall festivals going on through Halloween. We are making our way South to FL for winter. We would return to this area again at this time of year. We have been using weather channel online to look at average temps over the years.
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You can try www.pacamping.com it list privately owned campgrounds, it is divided in sections of the state.We stayed up in the Pine Creek valley its part of the Grand Canyon of PA. I can't think of the name but their office is an old rail car caboose. I found it on tne above web site. We went there in Oct. of 2011,weather was mild on we were on the creek,facing the water.
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Howdy neighbor, we're in somerset as well!

We enjoy PA's state parks because we travel with dogs and our state does't allow that in their parks. There's a great county park (allows dogs) in Freehold called Turkey Swamp that is one of our favorite weekend getaways and one we can get to before dark on a Friday night. Camp Carr is a nice little park right on the South Branch of the Raritan in Annondale. Dingmans Ferry is a 2 hour ride and it's on the Delaware. Promise Land is a three hour ride but their Pickerel Point camping area is a fantastic place and well worth the drive. Mahlon Dickerson in Sparta is a nice small place and only an 1:15 drive north.

We're like you and really enjoy camping this time of year so we might see you out there.
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Otter lake (otterlake.com) was nice last year about this time.
You can't go wrong with Otter Lake. I do know they are booked for Columbus Day weekend, though.


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