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Old 03-08-2012, 07:21 AM   #11
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Here is a pic of our summer lot. You can't see the river but it is just in front of the Jayco.
Looks like an awesome site, Clutch. Where is that? Is it your own land or do you rent from a site that accommodates other RVs?
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Old 03-08-2012, 08:26 AM   #12
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I have a seasonal spot on Lake Livingston, we keep our boat there year round and keep the camper from april to august. It is real nice to show up on friday and everything is set up and ready to go.
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Can you PM me with more info like cost per month, seasonal dates, etc.?
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I have read a couple of these threads about seasonal sites. Does anyone know of any in AZ or NM? This sounds like the way to go, vacation spot, permanent.

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Old 03-08-2012, 08:16 PM   #15
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I have read a couple of these threads about seasonal sites. Does anyone know of any in AZ or NM? This sounds like the way to go, vacation spot, permanent.

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Just Google 'Arizona seasonal permanent campgrounds' and you'll find pages of them. Then scroll thru the pages and find some in the location you'd like. Click on the link to the campground. Do the same for NM. On edit, you might narrow your search by typing in a certain/favorite county in your google search.
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Old 03-08-2012, 10:13 PM   #16
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Looks like an awesome site, Clutch. Where is that? Is it your own land or do you rent from a site that accommodates other RVs?
We bought the site 21 years ago. That was the year I quit racing motorcycles. The racing budget bought the site the first year. That is on the St.Joe River in Idaho.
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We have a seasonal site in June Lake Ca. We spend 4 months there every summer.

This post is worthless without a picture.
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This post is worthless without a picture.
Here you go. The lake is about 1000' from the RV park.
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Wow, that is a great place to spend the summer. It was nice of you to park a trailer just like ours for the pictures.
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Wow, that is a great place to spend the summer. It was nice of you to park a trailer just like ours for the pictures.


There are nice trailers once you get all the bugs worked out.
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