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Old 12-16-2015, 03:59 PM   #15
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I've used satellite view in Google Earth to have a look around.
Is that RV park on the river actually on the river, or is there a four lane road between the sites and the shore? Is that a 24-hour lumber mill up on the hill behind the park ( Clayburn in Merritt, BC )?
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Old 12-16-2015, 06:17 PM   #16
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This is a rather new site that attempted to include all public and private campgrounds and has search criteria that allow you to drill down to your unique criteria.


https://www.hipcamp.com/


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Fine, if you intend to stay home.
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Old 12-16-2015, 06:44 PM   #18
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The Good Sam CG Directory is probably the most comprehensive list you'll find. You can access it online, as mentioned, or buy a hard copy (about the size of the biggest telephone directory you ever saw).
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[QUOTE=disneydoc;562914]I am making travel plans to drive to Chilliwack, BC from Florida, to pickup my Escape Trailer. I am looking for good campgrounds along the route & the Pacific Northwest

Which Resource will give us a list of Camp Grounds, including the expensive ones with all amenities.
What is your opinion about the paid membership campgrounds eg...Thousand Trails...etc ?

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.[/QUOTE

Join the Good Sam club and get their travel book, just loaded with locations, features, GPS coordinates, phone numbers, and Good Sam members get discounts
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Old 12-19-2015, 08:37 AM   #20
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Here is a website that list campgrounds in Canada and the US. The campgrounds are rated by fellow RVers, and show the amenities available.
RV Park Reviews - Trusted Reviews of Campgrounds & RV Parks
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I like to use RV Park Reviews and All Stays. Also, get a Good Sam membership. They have a good directory of campgrounds and RV parks all over the US, Canada and Mexico. Your membership entitles you to discounts at Good Sam approved parks. Don't forget National Parks, State Parks, County Parks, City Parks, etc. etc. All of these entities have websites which will give you information on their seasons, reservations policies, amenities, costs, etc. And there's always Wal Mart! Don't over think it too much. There's always some place to bed down for the night!
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I'm still a newbie (full timer) myself, and I've discovered the hard way that since I have neither a generator nor solar, I need electric hookup when it's cold. I did one thing right, though -- I bought a Passport America membership, and I use it where it's cold, because it lists only full-service parks and resorts for 50% off the usually high price. The listings will say whether they're open year round and what the restrictions are. I may not need it after my first year, but I'm glad I have it now.

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Do you ever get a month under Passport America's discount? Seems everywhere we go, there is only a weekday discount, not weekend.
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