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goducks10

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Posted: 06/06/19 03:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Most all the FS campgrounds we go to are in the $18-19 range. In fact we have reservations this coming week for 3 nights @$19 a night. But with my Senior pass I only pay $9 a night. Hard to beat $27 for 3 nights.

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We are at Wax Campground on Nolin River Lake, KY. It'a a COE park. With the geezer pass it's $12.50 a night with water & electricity.
And besides that, it's is gorgeous!!!!
Check the Corp of Engineer Parks. They are great! And across the nation.


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We're volunteering at a BLM campground this season very nice area. Good boat launch, docks for over night campers, $5 day use or $15. Per camping unit 2 allowed per site and half the people complain about the price.


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Quite a number of inexpensive or free campsites at http://www.freecampsites.net


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Hmm... Link doesn't work????

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Some NF campgrounds with pit toilets, no water go for $10/day; $5/day with Senior Pass.


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We rely on Ultimate Public Campgrounds to find free and inexpensive locations.

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The older USFS campgrounds are usually under $20 but do not accomodate RVs very well. Once you turn 65 all USFS and NPS campgrounds are half price. My last trip to Yosemite in the fall, we paid no entrance fee and camping cost $11 a night. Boondocking is free.

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DarkSkySeeker wrote:

agesilaus wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

And that's in CA!


My thought exactly it probably costs more than that to get into a state park out there, never mind camping. I was stunned at the entry fee for Pt Sur State Park and that was 15 years ago.

I think that was why I posted the question. There are quite a few references now to $50+ per night campgrounds and even a few $100+ per night sites.

So why was the reviewer of Ackerman worried about $16?


i have been working in retail sales for almost 30 years. there are a large number of people out there that would even complain about a 25 cent increase. thats how some people's mind work.

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Adiabatman wrote:

We rely on Ultimate Public Campgrounds to find free and inexpensive locations.


Although not always low-priced, I always prefer public campgrounds.

More times than not, it will have lots of trees and shades and not a glorified parking lot.

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