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Old 02-27-2013, 07:35 AM   #15
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If you are heading west of Austin, or want a nice day trip, check out the Caverns of Sonora

The Caverns of Sonora

They have a campground with water and electric for $20/night that is nothing special, but you won't have any problem getting in or out.

The cavern tour is WONDERFUL! Well worth the detour off I-10.
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:52 PM   #17
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If you are heading west of Austin, or want a nice day trip, check out the Caverns of Sonora

The Caverns of Sonora

They have a campground with water and electric for $20/night that is nothing special, but you won't have any problem getting in or out.

The cavern tour is WONDERFUL! Well worth the detour off I-10.
Thanks for that
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+2 on Sonora - went there as an aside many moons ago and was pleasantly surprised by it !
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It amazes me that someone in a 40 ft motorhome is looking for a cheap place to stay.
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It amazes me that someone in a 40 ft motorhome is looking for a cheap place to stay.
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It amazes me that someone in a 40 ft motorhome is looking for a cheap place to stay.
Jack, I see you're new around here so I'll try to enlighten you.

A lot of us RVers are traveling to a destination that requires a night or two or even more on the road. It makes little sense to me and others to go to a CG to simply sleep. With me it's not just the money but more the inconvenience of checking in, parking, usually disconnecting the towed, hooking up and then unhooking utilities and reconnecting the towed and getting back on the road in the AM. All of those things would take a minimum of an hour that could be devoted to getting to my destination.

I hope this helps you be less amazed.
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