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Old 01-21-2022, 11:50 AM   #1
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44ft Class A towing.
We will be leaving Saco, ME area and heading to Cooperstown, NY.
We’ve got roughly two weeks to get to Cooperstown.
1) looking for a good park half way they we can fit.
2) best possible route to do it.

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We did this trip this summer. We took the I95 to the 101 over to Manchester. Then take I93 north to the 202 to the 9. Take the 9 into Brattleboro, and then turn north on the 5 for three miles to the Brattleboro KOA. That would be your halfway campground that can fit your rig. Beautiful drive, the hills are not difficult and the roads were great. Next to the KOA is a pick it yourself farm. We availed ourselves of the opportunity for hand made peach pie and sweet cream ice cream. There's a Shell on your right, just as you're coming into Brattleboro that has a diesel pump behind it that's an easy in and out for your size rig.



From there, go back to the 9 to the 7. Get on the I90 for just a few miles to the I88, then take the 10 to Cooperstown.


If you want to stay on the interstate, you can go from I95 to I290 to the I90 and then catch I88 to the 10 to Cooperstown. If you go that way, Springfield MA has a KOA that will also fit your size rig. If you're into it, Springfield is where Six Flags New England is located.
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This leg of our trip will be in August.
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Dizcom, thanks much for the routes. Those should work for us. Much appreciated. My third time going to Cooperstown⚾️
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When you travel those off interstate runs, make sure you use your engine brake…I traveled similar and found out you can smoke your brake shoes … scared the heck out of me till I figured out my mistake and what it was smoking.
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Thanks Dave for the reminder. Tend to forget it really helps when you are working the service brakes on those winding roads.

Sounds like we just missed you guys in Traverse last year. Safe travels.
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