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Lurker52

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Posted: 08/03/13 06:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As said above. For me it is good electric,water and sewer. also easy access in and out.

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No pets.


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Clean, quite at night and a lot of options for recreation during the day.

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Lots of space between sites.


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Well kept and well managed.


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Home Skillet wrote:

No pets.


x2 and all the rest, did I say x2


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Rommie, wooded sites.

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Home Skillet wrote:

No pets.


no kids. seriously...our boonodocking days are done and our state park days are mostly done. what we're looking for now is comfort and peace and quiet. I know...a bit harder to find in a commercial park but we've found many that fit that bill. virtually all of our traveling is done while school is still in...mar/apr/may and aug/sept/oct so P&Q isn't too hard to fine. also...cable and decent wifi.


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no dogs and strictly enforced quiet times

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Clean, and big enough spots and a FIRE ring, supprised how many camping places doe not have a place for a fire.
Close to an area we want to see. We spend about 1/3 of our time in the park, 2/3 exploring the surrounding area. Glad the kids have outgrown the pool thing.


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