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Old 08-21-2016, 09:49 AM   #1
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Strangest Campground

RV resorts, National Parks, BLM lands, remote western boondocking, a Missionary church lot in the MS Delta and a night spent camped in an Arkansas Jeep dealership awaiting a fuel injector part, we thought we'd had a pretty wide range of camping experiences in our Airstream. Add this one to our book.
Holbuck CG, near Neah Bay WA. On the Macah Reservation. A large grassy field for dry camping with no defined spaces, no fire rings, a few portapotties and two showers for a couple of hundred people spending their days surfing, beaching and hiking in the beautiful extreme NW USA. Pickups, Expedition Vehicles, VW Campers, Teslas, and a Mercedes sedan (stuck in the sand). All manner of tents scattered helter-skelter in happy anarchy. One Airstream - us! Kids and dogs running about and playing. After three days of sunshine it's raining this Sunday morning, and the exodus at checkout time will surely be a scene to appreciate.

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Safe Travels,
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Durango, CO
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Old 08-21-2016, 10:46 AM   #2
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The Shooting Star RV Resort in Escalante, Utah, is the strangest place we've stayed in, but in a good way. It is part RV park, part "guest cabins" of parked Airstreams, and part drive-in movie theater. If you go there, hopefully their drive-in, where you sit in old cars to watch old movies, will be open.

To get there, expect some gorgeous scenery, as well as a stretch of highway with drop-offs on both sides.

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Old 08-21-2016, 10:56 AM   #3
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Many years ago we stayed at a campground in Williamstown MA. There was a statue in the checkin area with the strangest eyes. Come to find out it was a camera. There were cameras on the road coming in and in several other places. The guys was building a bunker that was almost finished. He had prepared his property for the end of the world and was just passing time running a campground until then. Creepy!
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