Brand New to RVing. What parks should I look for? What Apps

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JudyJB

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Nice photo, and nice that the dog did not scare the deer away. Looks like deer was as curious about dog as vice versa. Being in a USFS campground makes it more likely to see wildlife, even when crowded.
 

crawford 111

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I am a member of KOA I would like to know were all these parks are you can hears all these things. As far as Question of KOA they like you to have a membership which is only a few bucks a year and check in gives you a discount rate most parks are clean and gated.. I not knowledge of them got on line and look them up and even request a tour. Don't take other opinions see for your self and like most there are some great one and other not up to par. But anyway safe travel Crawford
 

Old_Crow

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Nice photo, and nice that the dog did not scare the deer away. Looks like deer was as curious about dog as vice versa. Being in a USFS campground makes it more likely to see wildlife, even when crowded.
I was in this spot(Convict Lake, in California)for a couple of months. This may be the same deer that came up to my son one time looking for a handout. The deer circulate throughout that campground all through the day. Several other of our campgrounds in the area have bears that regularly visit in search of a free meal.
 
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