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Old 11-05-2013, 11:30 AM   #15
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Again, thanks for all the welcomes and the advice. We have decided NOT to go to Myrtle Beach for our first trip. We are looking to take a couple of days and go close by.

NLOVNIT, one of the places we are looking at is Evergreen. Our neighbors go there and love it. Hopefully the weather will cooperate and we will get to go.

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Nearby to you would also be Cutty's, West Branch SP, Baylor Beach & Wood's Tall Timber Lake. We've been to all of those &, depending on when the private ones close for the season, any of them would make for a good weekend outting.


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Old 11-06-2013, 03:32 PM   #17
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Evergreen is a great place. I will be there this next weekend.
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Hi from Akron, OH! There are so many places to camp around this area, and some of them are even open for the winter. Enjoy the new TT!
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Old 11-16-2013, 05:38 AM   #19
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Might I suggest the Ohio State Parks for a few close in familiarization trips? Yes, most of them have the shower houses shut down for the winter. But, Punderson (for example) has heated shower house all winter. The lodge is nearby, there are lots of things to do in the area. Headlands beach, Fairport Harbor Lighthouse and museum, Holden Arboretum and, of course, there are all those wineries in the Madison area. (Eight to ten within a few miles of each other on one road!

Also, the rates are about 1/3 of what they are at Evergreen Hills. It is a nice place, just pricy.

Best of luck. May the moss never grow on your wheels.

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I agree about Punderson SP. It's one of my favorite State Parks. It's far enough away that you can get away, but close enough that you can get to what you need to. (if that makes any sense)
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we are from vermilion ohio and started rving 7 years ago,we started with a 286 travel trailer and now move in a class a gas.there are many great experiences on the road,some great and some well....but it is all part of it.start close and work out the bugs,then you will gradually make your rv your own.always always stay on the safe side and you will keep the fun in it.see ya down the road bb bostonbernie

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