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RE: Northeast Trip Help

Thank you all for the suggestions. The 2 days off school this past week for the cold weather here in KY allowed some time to read up and make some reservations. We got our first 12 days reserved. Here's what we have so far: Day 1a/1b- leave a half day early and drive to Philly south KOA- 2 nights Day 2- Tour philly- liberty bell, historic stuff... Day 3- Drive to liberty harbor campground- 3 nights Day 4-5 Tour NYC (never been there) Day 6- drive from liberty harbor to normandy farms campground (foxboro, MA) Day 7- Boston- freedom trail Day 8- Cape cod (whale watching) Day 9- drive to Narrows Too campground outside of Acadia Day 10-11- Acadia Day 12- drive to timberlands campground- White mountains, NH Day 13-15- drive home making a few quick stops along the way White Mtns to Syracuse area Syracuse area to Cleveland area Cleveland to home I know it is not possible to avoid tolls, but now my route planning is going to be balancing keeping the drives as short as possible while avoiding the "big" tolls (I'm looking at you George Washington Bridge). Thanks again for the help. We are defiantly going to save the Canada trip for another day. Although, when my wife saw how close PEI is to Acadia she tried to talk me into extending the trip, but she is just starting a new job so longer than 15 days off may be pushing it a little. Looks good. We have done almost all the same places and have enjoyed them. Canada is a great trip to save for itself. You won't doing it justice to just drive thru. In Acadia make sure to do sunrise on Cadillac Mountain and if you have time the Timber Tina's Logging show. We used the same campground as our base for Boston. It was great! Boston is a big city, so wear comfortable shoes. We also did an amazing whale watch out of Boston. Saw so many whales you didn't know were to look. When in Philly it is best to order your tickets for Independence Hall on line before your trip, as tickets go fast. Get in line for the Liberty Bell early, as it can get long. The Mint is close and free if you have a few minutes to fill. Plymouth Rock was very disappointing in person, so save that for last if you have time. A drive up Mount Washington is nice. Portland Maine is a great city too. Nice walk along the waterfront with great restaurants.
HHfundays 02/03/19 09:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: NE Ohio to Glacier NP

Each to their own, but I enjoy the East side better. We always stay inside the Park at the St. Mary's CG. If you need hookups, there are CG's in the town of St. Marys. Do all the entrances to the Park on the East side. The Going to the Sun road should be open by the time of your visit. Bring your passports and do a day trip to the Canadian side of the Park. Take a boat ride. My vote too. Sites are booking fast so get yours right away. I was just looking yesterday and there wasn't much left. Be sure to do Logan's Pass too. We also sayed on the West Side in the KOA which was a nice one, but the east side is my favorite. Walmarts and truck stops are great for pushing out and back. If coming back thru ND stop at Theodore Roosevelt National Park and enjoy the Medora pitchfork steak cookout and show. This breaks up the drive. Enjoy your adventure!
HHfundays 02/03/19 08:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: We last did this in June of 2017 Let's do it again!

Pacific Coast - California, Oregon, Washington
HHfundays 02/03/19 07:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tours around Yellowstone

If your only way to get around Yellowstone is a tour bus then do that. But, if you have the option to drive yourself you will be able to stop at all the places you want to and stay for as long as you want to stay. Yellowstone is a very big park with great things to see.
HHfundays 01/27/19 03:30pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Philidelphia, PA area

I too think that Oak Grove would be your best option. There is a train very close that will get you into the city fast. Once in the city, you can us public transit to get around pretty quickly. There is also some nice restaurants and shopping close by the campground too.
HHfundays 01/27/19 02:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Duluth, MN & Apostle Islands, WI Campground Suggestions

Thank you for the suggestions. I'm looking into these places to use as home base while we explore these 2 areas. Kreher Park in Ashland looks like a great spot! Their website states that they only take reservations for month long stays. The rest are first come. What was your experience with being able to get a spot? We will be there towards the end of July. Thanks!!!
HHfundays 01/27/19 11:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Duluth, MN & Apostle Islands, WI Campground Suggestions

I'm looking for campground suggestions for Duluth, MN and Apostle Islands, WI. We have a 35 foot motorhome and would like 30 amp hookups. We will be using it as a base camp for exploring the area but would like it to be scenic too possible on the water. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
HHfundays 01/21/19 02:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2019 trip from KY to Yellowstone/Tetons

It will be a busy trip but one your family will treasure. We tend to do long push days to and from our destinations, as it is the only way to get there. We typically start our drive in early morning, so we can stop and visit a place in the afternoon. You will get a taste of each place and make you look forward to coming back in retirement when there is more time to take the slow route. If your family likes caves there is a candle light cave tour at Wind Cave that my family still talks about. They book up fast, so make sure you get reservations early. Mount Rushmore is a must for the day and night. Try and go back at night to see the evening lighting ceremony. We stayed in Custard State Park and highly recommend it when visiting the area. Have a great trip!
HHfundays 01/01/19 05:30pm Roads and Routes
Banff/Jasper July 2019

We are going to be traveling to the Banff and Jasper area in July. Our dog will be traveling with u. We enjoy moderate hikes, nature, and anything that allows us to bring our dog along, although she can stay in the rv for some of the time. We will be will have 10 days to visit both parks. Any advice on campgrounds and highlights to do would be greatly appreciated. Books and videos are wonderful, but nothing compares to the advice of other seasoned RVers!
HHfundays 12/31/18 11:37am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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