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Old 02-19-2012, 06:10 AM   #11
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Don;t forget... Camp Driveway makes a great first night experience!

Does your family enjoy kayaking?
If we don't camp in the driveway as a family, I'm sure my kids will want to do it.
We've never tried kayaking but might be up for trying that too.
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Old 02-19-2012, 06:16 AM   #12
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My favorite parks are Peninsula State Park in Fish Creek, WI; Devils Lake in Baraboo, WI; and Kohler-Andre in Sheboygan, WI. There are plenty of others, but those two are my 'go to' parks when I can get out for a couple of days. Check out this LINK for all the state parks that accommodate rv's in Wisconsin. Feel free to PM me if you have any other questions.
Thanks Dmax! I'll have to revisit this once the season gets rolling.
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We've never tried kayaking but might be up for trying that too.
Chicago has a great adventure tour kayaking through the waterways that snake around through downtown Chicago. It's best to do the guided tour as you learn so much about Chicago and it's past. I think our tour was two hours. You can google 'kayak + Chicago' to see what companies currently do the kayak tour. Here's one just to get an idea.
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We actually did the Chicago Loop Cruise 3 years in a row with our boat and it was great! I don't know about taking a kayak cruise in April - might be a little chilli. LOL
I'll check out the link. Thanks!
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The family and Jayco look ready to camp! The snow, well not so much............
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Congrats on your new Trailer. We are seriously looking at the 25bhs as well. We love the big slide out. What helped you decide on the 25bhs.
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what vehicle are you using to tow your new 25bhs?
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Congrats on your new Trailer. We are seriously looking at the 25bhs as well. We love the big slide out. What helped you decide on the 25bhs.
We had it narrowed down to a 26BH and the 25BHS. We took the kids (2 boys) with us this past Saturday. We spent a few minutes in the 25BHS and then went right into the 26BH. Tried to move around the 26BH with all 4 of us plus trying to figure out where our 75# pit bull would fit into this place, just felt it wasn't right for us. So we went back into the 25BHS, had the boys bring their DS and iPod to play with and just hang out. The 25BHS just felt more comfortable for us.
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what vehicle are you using to tow your new 25bhs?
2011 1/2 ton Suburban.
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The family and Jayco look ready to camp! The snow, well not so much............
Yeah pretty much! LOL The kids are getting antsy to put the camper in the driveway.
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