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Old 12-12-2018, 09:01 AM   #71
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Yes, It is nice down here eh???



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My pad this morning. Its cold but at least we have Wallys blueberry muffins. On a side note were at exit 290 northbound I75 in Georgia. Lots of trucks stayed here last night. On the entrance road to Walmart I seen a Tent town in the pine trees. About twenty. I did not see it when walking my dog last night, seen it this morning. Not saying there good or bad people, just sayin.
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Old 01-09-2019, 02:52 PM   #72
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Couple weeks ago we stopped in Quitman, MS in a Regional Watershed campground; level blacktopped full hookup space, terraced w picnic table and fire pit on lakefront. 40' between sites. Beautiful and only $15.00 per night.
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Couple weeks ago we stopped in Quitman, MS in a Regional Watershed campground; level blacktopped full hookup space, terraced w picnic table and fire pit on lakefront. 40' between sites. Beautiful and only $15.00 per night.


Looks really nice. Did it have an actual name for the CG?
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Mississippi Campgrounds are fantastic.

They are a bargain & Gorgeous too
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I have only spent a few nights in any private campgrounds, so really don't have a dog in this fight. But reading another thread about the evil GC owners that place rocks to protect there property I don't think I would want much pavement in my campground.
Compacted gravel that will hold your RV out of the mud will need some slope for water to run off. Pavement could be shaped so your RV sets in a pool, but when the water runs off, the ground will be softer, so when you drop a wheel off, it will sink deeper than just driving on the dirt. Also, the water that wicks back under the pavement will soften the sub-grade. Next time you drive close to edge, it breaks off.
Asphalt is normally cheaper to install but needs a harder and better protected than concrete. Then there is the issue of any oil dropped can eat a hole in it...
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Looks really nice. Did it have an actual name for the CG?
Archusa Creek Water Park, The name threw me at first. There are several "Water Parks" that come up on the various campsite apps when looking around Meridian Mississippi. I would guess they are all similarly high quality.
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Racer Ralph,
Thanks for the extra information.
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Couple weeks ago we stopped in Quitman, MS in a Regional Watershed campground; level blacktopped full hookup space, terraced w picnic table and fire pit on lakefront. 40' between sites. Beautiful and only $15.00 per night.
That looks very similar to another MS park. Paul B Johnson State Parks.
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Well, when this thread was about KOA if you complain to KOA corporate they will send you their standard form email. The campgrounds are franchised and the responsibility of the Franchisee to maintain and operate, thank you and have a nice day. In other words don't bother complaining, just go somewhere else.
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Well, when this thread was about KOA if you complain to KOA corporate they will send you their standard form email. The campgrounds are franchised and the responsibility of the Franchisee to maintain and operate, thank you and have a nice day. In other words don't bother complaining, just go somewhere else.


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