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Gordie

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anyone recomend a good place to camp? I have a 26ft motor home and looking for something with a beach for the kids. thanks inadvance for any and all info.

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anyone recomend a good place to camp? I have a 26ft motor home and looking for something with a beach for the kids. thanks inadvance for any and all info.


Not too many places left.

Midway still has campgrounds too...800-367-2547

Seeing as Midway is a site sponsor, they might be a good place to start.

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Both Hartmans and Sportsmans are like vacant field parking lot type campgrounds. No shade and not much of a camp ground unless you are just looking for a 1 night travel stay.

Linwood has a decent camping area with large trees and grass, pool and lodge. Midway is okay too. One of those two should be able to suit your needs.

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Head of the Lakes is a campground that accomdates campers and camping. Nice place, right in the narrows.

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Thanks guys for the info I think that I'm going to try head of the lakes . thanks again!!

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