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Old 09-15-2013, 07:03 PM   #11
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We also don't want "line-em-up" sites or places where there are live-ins (sorry full-timers!). We want quiet, shaded, near water (lake or river) and just to get away for a weekend here or there. Reservations.gov has worked for us and we are trying local lake campgrounds, one by one, and making notes of the "better" or "best" sites at each as we spend the weekend walking around. Our goal is to camp one weekend a month and go somewhere different each month this first year with our Jayco TT. So far, so GREAT!

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Old 09-16-2013, 06:53 AM   #12
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We like staying at State Parks and we're lucky to have a great reservations system here in WA. We try to avoid parks where the rv sites are "line-em-ups".
we also stay at state parks but if exploring new "grounds" i like to google or bing maps the area. then try campsite photos and check sites out


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