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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #30 on: September 27, 2007, 10:35:58 PM »
Thanks Wendy, 

I called around and almost ended up at Garden of the Gods but opted for a park with cable.  I've been TV deprived since January as I don't have a dish.  I ended up at Goldfield on 26th Street.  It's only 5 miles from where I'm working and the owner ED was VERY nice.   Nice facilities and good security and they are open all year.   Good prices too. 

Not much asthetically as the RV's, many big rigs, are packed in pretty tight.  But I figure I'll be at work most of the time and can visit the many sights on the weekends. 

Thanks for the help.
Pam

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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #31 on: May 13, 2009, 01:36:33 AM »
State   City/Area   Contributor   What to See/Do   Recommended RV Park   BD*   RV Park Phone   RV Park URL   WiFI F=Free  C=Cost N=No   Big Rig Sites (Y/N)   Latitude   Longitude   Recommended Restaurants   General Comments/Recommendations/ Travel Cautions
CA   Hat Creek, CA   sowren   Fishing is good at Hat Creek and Baum Lake; Burney Falls is a "must see" 22 miles away.   Rancheria RV Park.  Full Hook-ups, Satellite TV,  WI-FI, Clean Restrooms, Laundry and nice Restaurant.      877-335-0203   www.rancheriarv.com   1st 2 hours free - then $1.00 day   Y         Restaurant was good and reasonably priced.  Recommended.   We really liked this park.  Nice helpful staff.  Grassy areas for Pets.  $32.00/night
CA   Chester, CA   sowren   Fishing, snowmobiling, hunting   North Shore Campground.   Wi-Fi available only at office outside on deck - couldn't get Satellite TV due to trees. No Sewer. Has dump station, Power/Water       530-258-3376   www.northshorecamping.com   Wi-Fi available only at Office   *Y         The town of Chester is nice and has a great coffee shop with fresh homemade pastries.    Couldn't get Satellite to work - too many trees.  Campground expensive for what you get.  *Some Big Rig sites difficult to get into due to large trees and narrow hilly spaces.  $50.00/night
NV   Reno, NV   sowren   Gambling - Directly cross street from Peppermill Casino.   Silver Sage RV Park. Full Hook-ups - w/ Cable, Phone, Fax, Modem, Satellite TV,  Wi-Fi, Clean Restrooms, Laundry - Gated!      888-823-2002   www.silversagervpark.com   Free   Y         Great Steak House next door to Park .  Excellent food - prices reasonable.    Decent park for Reno, Clean bathrooms/laundry.  Small grassy area for pets.    $30.00/night
                                       
                                       
                                       
                                       
                                       
                                       
                                       

tedonaldsn

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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #32 on: May 19, 2009, 07:19:30 PM »
If you don’t have time to provide all info, I can help look up phone numbers and websites if you ask (I don’t want to add to or change anyone’s information without permission).  I need to know the RV Park name and the city (for example, on my entry for Yellowstone, I put Yellowstone for the city/area since that is what people will look for but Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park is in Livingston, MT).  I can’t help with GPS coordinates but maybe someone will volunteer this information for us Non-GPSers.

You can lookup GPS coordinates, phone numbers, websites for about 3,500 parks (adding more daily) here:

        ContinuousTraveler.com RV Park Finder



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Darin

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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #33 on: July 01, 2009, 07:35:02 PM »
Was able to open it with Open Office. Not sure what to do with it. I've never used a spread sheet. But it looks cool. :)
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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #34 on: November 15, 2011, 12:48:49 AM »
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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #35 on: November 15, 2011, 01:31:52 AM »
As you see, nobody had responded to it for over 2 years, until today. Some of the original respondents are no longer active here.
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Re: Travel Recommendations
« Reply #36 on: March 23, 2016, 01:15:22 AM »
 ;) ;) ;) LOL I have to say this; I know a guy that is doing a lot of free RV parking and showing people where. His channel name is "Living Free" on youtube. He's a bit quirky. But seems really knowledgeable. I hope I can post that on this thread?  Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Yl9NlOsgfUR6jkKfTAgBQ  :) :) :)

 

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