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Old 01-05-2012, 02:54 PM   #11
jje1960
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You've all placed me in "envy" mode. Here in New York, most campgrounds close by mid-October and don't open until April.

Being from Upstate New York, I hear you. One thing to think about though... We live less than 7hrs south of New York State, say around Dansville or Geneseo area, doable for long weekend or better yet a four day weekend and there are a number of year round campgrounds open. All depends year to year with snow potential but much milder down here. Harpers Ferry or Northern Virginia just off Rt 15 have places to camp, stuff to do... much! Stuff around here an hour or less, air and space museum, Quantico, D.C. Anyway, until moving here we never realized just how close it was to Upstate. November and December camping is pretty common around here, then starts up again March.
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