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Old 11-02-2018, 09:24 AM   #1
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Camping in March on East Coast

Getting the itch already. CoUld be the new class c we ordered. Where do you go in month of march in northeast and not freeze..
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Old 11-02-2018, 09:34 AM   #2
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Getting the itch already. CoUld be the new class c we ordered. Where do you go in month of march in northeast and not freeze..
As far South and East as POSSIBLE.

It's March so everything is possible, and if you go anywhere for a week you will likely experience them all - Warm/Cold/Wet/Dry/Maybe even Snow. -

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How about Washington DC, is that north east. Much farther north and you will find, 1- freezing temps, 2- no campgrounds open. We came north from the Gulf heading back to Ontario in March two years ago, and first of April this year. We still had trouble finding places open, even into April. It can still be cold in DC in late March, but it can be nice. The cherry blossoms are out in late March, and its a beautiful time of year to see DC. We stayed the first year at Cherry Hill Park, the second year we dry camped at Greenbelt Park. Either one is a short drive or bus to the metro to get downtown. If you like museums, the free price for admission is hard to beat. Greenbelt was much cheaper than the rv park.
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Most campgrounds don't open up here until mid April or early May. I used to go out in late April, but don't anymore, since it often cold and rainy, lots of rain.
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March is not ne of the snowiest months on the east coast better go farther south then va
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March is still too early and unpredictable for the North East. Get yourself well below the Mason-Dixon Line.
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Old 11-09-2018, 08:43 PM   #7
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Take a look at Asheville NC.
Some good RV Parks and you can tour the famous Vanderbilt Estate.
We did this last March and found fewer crowds making the tour more enjoyable.
Good parking facilities for an RV.
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