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flirtypup 02-28-2010 09:47 AM

S W Louisiana Checking in
 
Charlie & Rubye checking in from S.W.La. Have been Newbes for 6 years now. Time to expand our knowlege.
For the most part we have traveled mostly out of state.With the fuel prices slowing us down, we'll be looking for places within a few hours to reduce our cost. We try to camp at least once a mth.
Please anyone knowning campgrounds neer the I-10 Tx/La state lines that may not be listed on the big internet sites. Let us know.
We do have some great parks rite here. Sam Houston Jones State Park, Jelly Stone, Ellander Bridge, Loran Bridge.
And last we are looking to get a larger unit. Our 22' R-Vision is Getting kinda small. Are maybe I'am just growning to big. Anyway Thinking 27' to 30' bumper pull with super slide. Must be rear liven model. Looking at Cherokee 27L,Wildwood26RL, Puma26RLSS. Anyone own one of these? And whats your opinion? Thanks.

George A 02-28-2010 10:42 AM

Welcome Charlie & Rubye ..u came to the right place lots of info and great people

DriVer 02-28-2010 10:44 AM

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Originally Posted by flirtypup (Post 607199)
Charlie & Rubye checking in from S.W.La. Have been Newbes for 6 years now. Time to expand our knowlege.

Charlie, Bienvenu to iRV2.com! Please come back and visit us often! You will find a number of fellow cajuns here on iRV2 and I just wanted to offer congratulations on your World Champion "Saints!" :thumb:

MonacoMama 03-01-2010 01:15 AM

flirtypup...Welcome to iRV2! :clap: We are glad to have you here. We do have a Campground Reviews area that is always growing along with a great Camping Forum :thumb:
I want to also wish you luck on getting the info you need for finding a new rig to fit your needs.

Again...welcome- we hope you visit & post often! :flowers:




TXiceman 03-01-2010 07:05 PM

Big howdy from Texas. We don;t get much time to head that way. There is a great place to visit in the spring...Hodge's Gardens, between Many and Leesville, LA.


Ken

dajudge 03-01-2010 07:26 PM

Welcome, Charlie and Rubye to irv2 from another Louisianian. Post often and ask lots of questions, remember, there are no stupid questions.

Sailshak 03-07-2010 05:15 PM

Fairview Riverside in Madisonville, LA.
 
Fairview-Riverside State Park. Madisonville, LA. good place to stay for the Madisonville Wooden Boat Festival in October.. The Tchefuncte River goes thru the town and the Wooden Boat Festival is a blast! Madisonville is a small town next to Mandeville and Covington across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans. Electric hook ups. Spartan but pretty. You can ride a bike (or take a LONG walk) along LA. 22 during the festival and cross the Tchefuncte. Lock up your bike at Town Hall or one of the local places near the river. Great food, crafts, and of course, the beautiful old wooden boats. There is also a classic car show as part of it. Good food is easy to find. Friend's on the Tchefuncte, Coffee's Boilin' Pot, Morton's Seafood. A friend of mine owns Coffee's-gumbo is good, Catfish Madisonville is my favorite-get it grilled). For upscale dining, there is Keith Young's Steak House (great food with a price to match-ouch!). Above all are the residents of Madisonville. Wonderful people!! That is why I moved to Madisonville 8 years ago. Real, genuinely nice people!


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