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Michael Powers
12 days ago
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$120/day at Ft Wilderness in Disney World.

Tatiana
13 days ago

About Canadians “legally crossing border to USA” and waiting for their RVs being delivered. How do they do it? I thought borders are closed.

John
13 days ago

‘They Came, They Lost’
I can empathize with the property owners and one point I would make is that a fence will not keep out the noise, especially boom boxes.

TP
13 days ago
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Look forward to a new one each week.

Curt Minard
13 days ago
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Yes, I worked with Steve at a Sacramento newspaper in the late 70’s! Fun guy!

Cheryl Bacon
13 days ago
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Yes, we have at least once a year on average. There are two places we visit family and you have a choice of a rundown campgrounds or rv resorts. We chose the resorts. Our choice, our money.

Cheryl Bacon
13 days ago
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No, not really. Every once in awhile one will make me laugh, but it is rare.

Kevin Coughlin
14 days ago
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The best answer is “not yet”

Bill & Judy
14 days ago
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If you ever want to stay at Fort Wilderness in Walt Disney World in a Class A, expect to pay well over $100.00 per night. In addition, the sites are very close together, the golf cart traffic is sometimes a problem, often your site is too small to open awnings. Still, if you can afford it, the atmosphere is enjoyable and the breakfast buffet is worth consideration. Reserve early as sites are not always available, and just because it says it will accommodate your RV, the growth of trees and shrubs may be a greater parking obstacle than even a seasoned RVer may want to negotiate.

Gordon L. Bates
14 days ago
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Refreshing!!

Bob
14 days ago
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Great cartoons …love them!!

Charlie
14 days ago

This summer I was quoted $120.00 at the KOA that is approximately 6 miles west of West Yellowstone, the KOA 5 miles west of West Yellowstone was full.
I have a 31′ Monaco and a 12′ enclosed trailer with my motorcycle in it behind and also needed to park a Honda Ridgeline anywhere in the park.
Seemed a bit to expensive for me.
The second most expensive spot was the KOA in Bar Harbor, they were full, but offered me a spot (literally next to an open dumpster) with no services for only $65.00 this was approximately 15 years ago, thats enough KOA time for my wallet!

Ken
14 days ago

Elkhart County, Indiana, and surrounding counties have a high Amish population. Is it the Amish that are victims of covid-19? I can’t imagine them not going to church regardless of what the governor says.

Carole
14 days ago
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And never will!

Jeff CRaig
14 days ago
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Came close to spending $110- at an RV park in San Jose, but since my wife works for an international hotel group, we stayed at a local property for less than half that on the employee rate – and parked the RV in the back! No hook ups, but plenty of hot water for the shower and a big (pre-covid) breakfast buffet.

Gary
14 days ago
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Camped two nights on Key West in 2006; just over $100/night.

Wayne
14 days ago

$100.00?? Easy in Canadian funds at U.S. locations. But we avoid if we can.

Doug
14 days ago
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No.

Jeb
14 days ago
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It is fun.

Jeri Shepard
14 days ago
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Key West, tight spaces, expensive but worth it!