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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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Cross Creek Camping Resort

When we stayed in Delaware previously, we have been at Alum Creek State Park.  We stayed there for a week during Thanksgiving, went to Akron, and then came back to Delaware.  During December we decided to stay at Cross Creek Camping Resort which is across the street from Alum Creek State Park. There were two …

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Anniston KOA

While we were in Anniston Alabama we stayed at the Anniston KOA (Kampgrounds of America) for four nights.  As I mentioned before, many KOAs have minimal amenities and are located close to the interstate, which makes them good stops for people who need to move on down the road. The Anniston KOA was one of …

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Bowling Green KOA

During our short stay in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the RV has been parked at the Bowling Green KOA (Kampgrounds of  America).  KOAs are not the most scenic places to stay, but they are generally quiet, close to the interstate, and easy to get into and out of.  We have a member’s card and get a …

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