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GoldwingCapeCod

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We will be a retired couple in January 2014 and we are doing our homework re. The RVing lifestyle.

During our research last weekend we happened to be at CI in Merrimack, NH. in the waiting area there was a dad and his 2 pre-teen sons. The dad was watching TV and the boys were wreaking havoc at the coffee machine. I waited 10 minutes for these two to vacate the machine. They were performing "scientific experiments" with coffee tea and chemical whitener and had no intention of drinking their product.

This got me thinking so I did a search here for Adult RV parks with minimal success.
I am not talking nudist colony here because frankly.... Fill in the blanks. I am talking Adults only. No offense to all you wonderful parents and grandparents out there.

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Four Paws Kingdom, near Asheville, NC unabashedly promotes itself as a campground for adults and their dogs. Significant restrictions regarding children. Nice campground, friendly owners and staff. Lots of dog, but all with well behaved owners who paid attention to them.
We would go their again, with or without dogs

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You need to look for 55+ rv parks. There are some out there, but you will be limited on choices of where to stay. If you look up anything with adult in the wording, it will be adult oriented. Lol


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Wild Duck in Maine is no kids. It's near Old Orchard Beach.





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Wherever you go in Florida in the winter will be, essentially, an adults only park. After a few weeks of seeing only gray hair one longs for the laughter of a child!


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Mesa Spirit RV Park in Mesa, AZ. and what is 'CI"?


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Try Champlain Adult Campground in Grand Isle, Vermont. It's a beautiful spot right on Lake Champlain with a western sunset view. The owners are very congenial and they accept all styles of RVs, not just Class A which is likely at an adult "resort". The Plattsburg Ferry is just down the road and you are between Burlington and Montreal. This CG has had lots of reccos on this forum...


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Uncompahgre River RV Park, Olathe, CO. Probably the best RV park I've ever stayed at that meets everything I want.


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rk911 wrote:

Mesa Spirit RV Park in Mesa, AZ. and what is 'CI"?


Campers inn RV sallies and supplies. Chain of Rv stores smaller than CW.

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Try Bearpaw in Valdez, AK.


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