How does one go about making reservations for 2006?
Not sure we can do this as our main plan is to leave Quartzite in Jan or Feb and begin working our way to Fla, then up to the MD-VA area in spring to see our granddaughter, then New England in June, then work our way back to MT for July-Aug of 2006. But of course the beauty of fulltiming is that we have freedom to change things around as we please.
Just for reference, are there still full hookups available for 2006 and what does the camping cost with or without full hookups?
Smokey, are you overplanning, already making reservations for a year away? I thought retirement and full timing meant freedom from schedules, getting up every morning and deciding what to do that day. Just kidding.
Not what I would call overplanning just several of us know a good thing and don't want to miss it. ;D
Reservations for Moab 2006 can be made by calling r Portal at 800-574-2028. Be sure to let them know you are with the RV Forum. I don't think any full hookup sites are left but partial hookups are available. Let them know you would like to upgrade to a full hookup site should one become available.
Please join us I'm sure you would enjoy it. If you want I will tell Annie to put you down for 2006.
Read up to earlier in the thread to see why I asked this.
Like I said, right now I just wanted the info. Our plans are to be on the East coast in 2006 springtime. But we might well change our minds as we settle into things. For sure we plan to be at Quartzite rally.
Try this for Portal's web site Smoky. They really are very nice folks and go out of their way to accomodate you.
It's a private park - owned by a very nice/friendly couple. Annie is the female half and she will look after you. Location is also close to town, not to mention close to Arches national monument, Canyonlands, and lots of off-road trails.
We won't arrive until tomorrow (Sun). We're staying the night (Sat) at East Bay RV Park in Springville, south of Provo, UT. Nice RV park and across the street from a Flying J. I used the truck pump today