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Old 08-30-2012, 10:23 PM   #1
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:20 PM   #2
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Nice pictures! What campground did you stay at?
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Old 09-01-2012, 12:29 PM   #3
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Good stuff. Thanks for sharing.
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We stayed at ocean lakes. It is a busy place. It is definitely not for solitude camper . Lots of Jayco's. 5'ers all the way to a pup. It was a great time
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Old 09-02-2012, 03:20 PM   #5
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It is a busy place. It is definitely not for solitude camper . It was a great time
Good observation. Anyone wanting camping solitude will not be heading to MB anyhow! Exception may be Willow Tree Resort near Longs, SC.
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My fears at those Resort camp sites around Ocean lakes- Lakewood- etc are the many "very quiet" running golf carts. They are everywhere for sure.... You certainly take your life in your own hands trying to just wander down the roads between the trailers... Never hear them coming up behind you...
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Thanks for sharing the family fun.
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Golf carts are EVERYWHERE at Ocean Lakes - 24-7!!! That's the only place I've ever had something stolen while camping -- a couple of beers from a cooler I left out overnight. Likely just kids making an easy score (I kinda felt like an enabler!), doesn't change my opinion of the cg, though. Still better to have my rv crammed into a cg, than for me to be crammed into some condo or hotel room. My boys love the warm, calm water down there. O.C., MD has much rougher, cold (to them) water.
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You all need to try Myrtle Beach State Park cg. Beautifull setting under lots of trees 100 yards frpm the beach. Some sites with full hoockups
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Checkout vacamper.com. Might interest you.
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