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Old 07-13-2021, 01:45 PM   #1
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What are the less expensive places to Winter-Park..

..your RV in the Northwest, and what about Summer-Parks?


I am working on a loan to get my Van, but definitely won't want to boon-dock, and want to be where there are restrooms/showers, and maybe even places to swim?


I just would like some names of places that are on the low end of prices to stay, but I know I'll need to pay more for nice, clean, well-kept-up places with Camp-hosts, RV Parks, etc. I won't be buying anything that doesn't look good as I am fussy about that, and know parks are limited if your rig doesn't meet their standards


Any suggestions, links, very welcome
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Your request is huge. The best thing is to go to one of many campsite review sites and just start looking. Here's one:

https://www.campgroundreviews.com/

National forest campgrounds are very reasonable, especially if you're 62+ and get the senior pass & then stay for 1/2 price with electric an add-on and some have facilities.

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Your request is huge. The best thing is to go to one of many campsite review sites and just start looking. Here's one:

https://www.campgroundreviews.com/

National forest campgrounds are very reasonable, especially if you're 62+ and get the senior pass & then stay for 1/2 price with electric an add-on and some have facilities.

Good luck!

I really only wanted to get started, and your link looks like an excellent place to do that! Yes, I'm over 62 and have my Pass Thank you so much!!
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