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Old 12-03-2019, 06:59 AM   #21
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Your right about the senior pass.

I signed up last night for the lifetime senior pass it was around $90. I will now save 50% that will pay for a lot of fuel. Here in Missouri the Rec areas are great.
I be leave there are 8 COE in Missouri this year July I was notified most of the coe where closed because of flooding. We ended up at Laura Missouri nice campground in the Ozarks.
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Old 12-03-2019, 09:28 PM   #22
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At recreation.gov it found 113 camping sites in just Missouri. I think the senior discount can be used.
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Old 02-13-2020, 07:18 PM   #23
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We headed south with our RV and are in East Bank Campground, which is in Georgia but right on the border of FL. Very nice campground, our site backs up to the lake Seminole. This is a recreation area and was just $12 per night.
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Old 03-01-2020, 02:26 PM   #24
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We could not wait until Spring to try out our new truck and RV. We got back from 2600 miles from St Charles MO to Florida and back in two weeks. The truck and Cougar were perfect and had not one problem.

The first day we drive 570 miles to Oak Mountain State Park by Birmingham AL. We stayed just one night. If we did it again I would stay at least three nights it was a beautiful place, pine trees, golf course, riding stables, and they had full hookups.

We then went a shorter distance to East Bank Recreation Area. We back right up to Lake Seminole. It was just $12 per night and we stayed there for three nights. The sunset across the lake and the warm weather was nice.

We then spent 5 nights at a mega campground in Williston FL. When we arrived they have a person lead you in a gulf cart and then instruct you how to back into. This was a high-cost community which was not for me. Nice to keep your RV parked for a few months.

Then we headed back home, staying a rainy night at Eastbank, then to Tupelo Mississippi at a nice private KOA for the night and home.

I am always trying to find ways to use the internet so that I can work from my RV since I have to keep working. Being self-employed and raising 5 kids I do not get a nice government pension, so I am trying to figure out the latest technology to get to RV and work.
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Old 03-03-2020, 08:55 PM   #25
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I recently purchased the Camping in Corps of Engineer Parks book from amazon.

I also sent them to some of my camping buddies as Christmas gifts.

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Old 03-06-2020, 05:02 AM   #26
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COE parks are on water and as such will be subject to flooding. Check ahead for issues. We've stayed in several and generally very nice, some will have FHU. There are a lot in the SE, not so many up north.
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Old 03-06-2020, 06:58 AM   #27
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chunker, there are 6 COE parks in Minnesota that I know of all are on lakes or rivers. They are nice they have places to fill your tank when you get there and dump stations when you leave that I know of. DDG
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chunker, there are 6 COE parks in Minnesota that I know of all are on lakes or rivers. They are nice they have places to fill your tank when you get there and dump stations when you leave that I know of. DDG
Thanks I'll check them out.
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