Northeast Campgrounds For Seniors?
My parents currently have a hybrid and we are trying to get them to purchase a larger camper, possibly a class c. They only bought their first rv last fall so I think everyone is still new to the game.
They are both about mid 60's and retired. They use the current camper a lot to go to two local cg's, both of which are right on the beach. Both are great but it never really feels like you get away since they're so close to home.
We are trying to get them to go to places off on Long Island because the local cg's have very little to offer. They are happy though because like I said, they camp on the beach.
So I'm looking for some help. What are some campgrounds in the northeast that might be good for seniors? They like casinos, leaves changing color, shopping, reading books and other things. I'm kind of looking for cg's in rhode island, southern Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware. Something along those lines with a max distance of about 3 hours outside New York City.
I think thy are scared because they don't really know what's out there at all. Plus, they like going to the two local spots but I'm sure it will get boring. The local Cg's and surrounding areas pretty much have nothing to do except go to the beach. The beach is great but can get boring. I'd really love for them to experience other places. I'd also say that a sewer and electric site are must haves.
Please help me help them see the light. What are some good places for them?
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