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Veebyes

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Posted: 10/20/21 07:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Next June we plan to see plenty of water. The frozen kind. June is peak month for icebergs on the north coast of Newfoundland. A very special place not like anywhere else in N America.


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If you want to camp on a summer weekend or holiday,yes it can be hard. I have usually been able get sites even at the last minutes as long as it's not on a weekend. We usually go on a Sunday and come back on a Thursday. But since you plan on traveling and doing one or 2 niters,during the week tI have found there are almost always something available.

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We're looking now as we know how crowded things have become and in June even more so. So we'd like to start making reservations, much to my chagrin, as soon as some of the booking windows open.
Thanks for all the replies. Looking more towards the upper Georgia/South Carolina area and hitting plenty of COE parks.


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Posted: 10/25/21 08:20am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

garmp wrote:

We're looking now as we know how crowded things have become and in June even more so. So we'd like to start making reservations, much to my chagrin, as soon as some of the booking windows open.
Thanks for all the replies. Looking more towards the upper Georgia/South Carolina area and hitting plenty of COE parks.

Don’t forget east TN too.


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You mentioned famcamps-- might want to check into Mc Dill AFB in Tampa.


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Yes and some of East Tenn. Might even go up to the Blue Ridge Parkway for a brief length and some sights.
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Your state has a bunch of nice campgrounds on or near the water. Pomme D Terre lake is nice and has state and COE campgrounds.

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Posted: 10/28/21 09:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The Minnesota State Parks on the North Shore of Lake Superior are great! Three in particular have very nice campgrounds -- Tettegouche, Temperance River (really pretty hiking there if you like to do that...), and Cascade River. They wouldn't be booked up for next summer yet, because you can only book 120 days ahead. So you would have to count out your days and be on the computer to book at the first opportunity. They WILL fill up quickly.

Further down I see you mentioned possibly South Carolina as well. Hunting Island State Park near Beaufort, SC is quite nice. Right on the ocean.

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