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Daily RV campsite recommendation?

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I hope someone can help speed up my research on this...

I'm looking for a weekend resort campground location with daily campsites, not seasonal at this time.

- RV site for 32' RV, electric only

- fairly deep boat access ramp

- weekend dock slips or mooring locations

- additional parking for a pickup and two boat trailers (RV is pulling one of them)

- dump station would be nice but not required.

- Enough room at launch area to maneuver to launch boat with RV would be nice.

Any recommendations?

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We can help you will all of the above except the boat launch. We are currently working on solving that little problem smile.gif For now we are valeting in boats which means that we will launch it with a tractor. Currently not the best solution, but it works. We do have a 2 night minimum stay requirement.

We do not have the dump site, but we do have a nice shower house.

I also know that Hunter Winfield's has a few RV sites as well. I believe that George up at Hunter's point is strictly seasonal, but you could call him and ask.

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Looks like somebody got a new Title.

Another great addition to the Appledorns Resort.

Congrats Paul cool.gif.

Look forward to meeting you this spring at our stay there.


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