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Salisbury Beach Campground

While Tom and I were on the shore of Massachusetts we stayed at Salisbury Beach Campground.  Salisbury Beach State Reservation is one of the state’s most popular beaches and has 484 camping spaces.  The campground is located on a peninsula between the ocean, the Merrimack River and a wetland marsh.  There are three large parking areas …

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Cannon Campground

While Tom and I were in Franconia Notch we stayed at Cannon Campground.  As I mentioned yesterday, in the Grand Canyon of New Hampshire post, there are two campgrounds in the state park.  Lafayette Campground has lots of sites, but Tom and I never would have fit in any of them and there were no …

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Tall Pines Campground

While Tom and I were in central New York, we stayed in Tall Pines Campground near Sidney.  This is not the most interesting part of New York:  it is close to Cooperstown which is the most interesting thing around.  The campgrounds in the more interesting places we tried to stay were booked for the weekend …

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River Trail Crossing RV Park

I haven’t been writing about campgrounds that are repeats for Tom and me in Ohio, but we recently stayed at River Trail Crossing for a week, and this was a new place to stay.  River Trail Crossing RV Park in Butler is the closest campground to my parents in Lexington.  From the campground we could …

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Lake Scott State Park

One of our last out-of-state places to visit before returning to Ohio was Lake Scott State Park.  Tom and I decided to come across US 50 from Utah to Kansas instead of taking the already familiar route along I-70.  As long as we were in Colorado, there were plenty of places to stop for the …

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Colorado KOAs

While we were in Colorado we stayed at three different KOAs.  All of them were convenient to our travels with easy pull-through spots and full hook-ups. The Grand Junction KOA was our home for two nights.  This was a busy KOA!  We might have stayed three nights but the campground was full that third night. …

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Green River KOA

Tom and I spent a week exploring southeastern Utah, making the Green River KOA our home base.  After Death Valley, we are used to driving at least an hour to get anywhere, so it seemed easiest to leave the RV in one central location and make day trips to the state parks, national parks, and …

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Oasis RV Resort

While we were in Las Vegas we stayed at the Oasis RV Resort.  This place was much fancier than the other places we have stayed since we retired, but we are heading into Death Valley, so we decided we could splurge a little. The Oasis RV Resort is located just south and west of The …

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High Desert RV Park

Anyone from Ohio knows that January is the coldest, grayest month of the year.  We headed southwest on December 30 to try to get away from the gray of December (the cold wasn’t too bad) and it seemed like we ran into one storm front after another.  Indiana – freezing and gray.  Missouri – gray. …

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