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Old 12-26-2017, 12:07 PM   #1
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Winter Park Suggestions E OR/W ID

Planning on a short shindig New Year's Eve weekend from our home base in Vale, OR. Any suggestions on a FAMILY-FRIENDLY RV camp or the like within 2 hours' drive time? Not that driving our land battleship is THAT much of a dread in snow...he tracks and handles as surely as a St. Bernard. But there might be some spots more readily-accessible than others if the weather really goes to pot.
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Mundo Hot Springs, Cambridge... went there for the eclipse with kids, grand kids, had a great time.

Haven't done too much winter camping and don't know exactly what you are looking for, but that would be my best suggestion off the top of my head.

In the early spring, Bruneau Dunes is our favorite with the kids or without. Usually just a bit warmer than the surrounding valleys and walking the dunes or playing in the sand will keep the younguns busy for hours.
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I like that suggestion for the spring; might hafta take up on that!

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