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Old 03-17-2016, 05:32 PM   #1
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Camp location recommendations on the road

We're about to embark on a cross country trek. Sold the house, mostly quit our jobs (I do online teaching for my university - hot spot + laptop = professor), and hitting the road to explore the southern tier of USA. Will end up in Sedona mid May. We're looking for recommendations:
RV Camp with full hook ups in the Lancaster PA area, most places don't open till April 15, and we're pass through April 9-15ish. We want to explore Amish country. In general we're in no rush and can take 2-3 days in between the big stops (we have reservations in Nashville and Ft. Pickens so far).

Between Amish country and Nashville, one nighters, RV camping

Between Nashville and Pensacola FLA (Ft. Pickens), one nighters, RV camping

Between FLA and Santa Fe. I know TX is big, and its a long stretch. Any recommendations for routes and itineraries? We're ok with paying from a KOA to a resort kind of place. Recommendations for Santa Fe, NM.

Between Santa Fe and Sedona, one or two nights.

Ok, let me know what you got. Happy trails/steve
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Old 03-17-2016, 05:56 PM   #2
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Old 03-17-2016, 06:07 PM   #3
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Unless you're in a rush don't just blow through Nashville. On Music Valley Dr are 3 campgrounds, Jellystone, KOA & Three Rivers, all close to Opryland, Great shopping & restaurants, slow down & enjoy it!
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Old 03-17-2016, 06:10 PM   #4
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We use rvparkreviews dot com most of the time.

We are former Class B owners and like the flexibility of up to the minute park reviews.
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Old 03-17-2016, 06:20 PM   #5
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Check out free-campsites also..might be something of interest from boondocking to a nice little city park.
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Old 03-17-2016, 07:46 PM   #6
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Flory's Campsites on Ronks Road in Ronks, Open all year. I go there twice a year, will be there March 28th. We always back up to the farm behind, the grand kids love seeing the cow. Old campground but now a new KOA nearby, it is Terraced over farmland, you can see farms for miles around.
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Old 03-18-2016, 11:52 AM   #7
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We're about to embark on a cross country trek. Sold the house, mostly quit our jobs (I do online teaching for my university - hot spot + laptop = professor), and hitting the road to explore the southern tier of USA. Will end up in Sedona mid May. We're looking for recommendations:
RV Camp with full hook ups in the Lancaster PA area, most places don't open till April 15, and we're pass through April 9-15ish. We want to explore Amish country. In general we're in no rush and can take 2-3 days in between the big stops (we have reservations in Nashville and Ft. Pickens so far).

Between Amish country and Nashville, one nighters, RV camping

Between Nashville and Pensacola FLA (Ft. Pickens), one nighters, RV camping

Between FLA and Santa Fe. I know TX is big, and its a long stretch. Any recommendations for routes and itineraries? We're ok with paying from a KOA to a resort kind of place. Recommendations for Santa Fe, NM.

Between Santa Fe and Sedona, one or two nights.

Ok, let me know what you got. Happy trails/steve
The Cajun palm campground at the Henderson Louisiana exit is very nice and very modern. You are only a few miles to Lafayette and great Cajun food. (between Fla and Sante Fe on Interstate 10
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The "Cajun Palm" campground at the Henderson Louisiana exit is very nice and very modern--pool/bar/etc---will need to call in advance to reserve your spot--337-667-7772--heart of Cajun country--Lafayette only a few miles away--great food and fun-On I-10 on your journey between Fla and Sante fe--happy camping
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Old 03-18-2016, 12:02 PM   #9
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If you heading down I71 from Amish Country towards Cincinnati, you are more than welcome to spend the night at our place. Plenty of parking, hook up and beautiful scenery. We are located just minutes off of I71, right outside of Cincinnati.
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Old 03-18-2016, 12:12 PM   #10
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Between Cottonwood and Sedona is LoLomai. Outstanding! Just outside SantaFe is SantaFe Skies
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Old 03-18-2016, 12:19 PM   #11
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If you have the time( 2 hours longer) try and schedule a stop in the Texas Hill country--New Braunfels, Texas is a neat town and not to far out of your way to Sante Fe
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Old 03-18-2016, 12:49 PM   #13
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When we visited the Lancaster area, we were very happy for one night at Country Acres Campground in Gordonville. It was pleasant and felt comfortable. Discount was through Good Sam and pricing was ~ $45, so not ultra cheap.

If your route takes you anywhere close to Jackson Center, a detour to the factory is worth your effort.

Good luck with your travel. Drive safe. Pat
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Old 03-18-2016, 03:34 PM   #14
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I don’t have a lot of experience with PA campgrounds to offer but if you are not committed to the Lancaster area there are a number of campgrounds in the Gettysburg PA region. In October 2015 we stayed for three nights at Drummer Boy Camp Resort http://drummerboycampresort.com just outside Gettysburg and an easy on off the highway. It was clean, the staff was super friendly and helpful with lots of families with seasonal sites. The campground is nicely wooded with easily negotiated roads. Lancaster PA and the Amish Country is only an hour and a half away if you want to make a day trip there.
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