R.V. Parks

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oldolls
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R.V. Parks

Post: # 1610Post oldolls
Wed Sep 29, 2004 10:05 pm

We are planning a trip to Vermont and N.H. to see the Fall Foliage in our Motor Home. Are there parks to stay in with a Motor Home and are there ones that are still open. Thanks, Janet


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Re: R.V. Parks

Post: # 1611Post pwt54
Thu Sep 30, 2004 6:48 am

Janet, I need to know the dates. We do have some that are open year around, but I want to locate you where the foliage is best.

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Re: R.V. Parks

Post: # 1612Post oldolls
Thu Sep 30, 2004 9:49 pm

Originally posted by pwt54:
Janet, I need to know the dates. We do have some that are open year around, but I want to locate you where the foliage is best.
Hi, thanks for your quick reply. I think we are going to leave on Monday Oct. 4th and we are coming from the Syracuse, N.Y. area. Thanks again, Janet

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Re: R.V. Parks

Post: # 1613Post bm
Fri Oct 01, 2004 7:28 am

Janet, if you find yourself in the Danville/St. Johnsbury area (although, foliage will most likely be past peak by the time you get there), the Sugar Ridge Campground in Danville is really nice. It's popular though, and you'd probably need reservations.
Have a great trip!

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Re: R.V. Parks

Post: # 1614Post pwt54
Fri Oct 01, 2004 8:13 am

For this time of year I like to set up along Route US 2. Peak foliage will be near there. Touring a little north and south of Route US 2 will reveal the best colors. There are some campgrounds along or near to route US 2. I give you the name, then closing date and telephone number and a comment. Sugar Ridge, Danville, 10/31, 802-684-2550, great place may be full. Meadowcrest, Marshfield, 10/15, 802-426-3514, close to road. Onion River, Marshfield,11/30, 802-426-3232 good one. Groton Forest Road CG, Marshfield, 10/15, 802-426-4122, off route 232 long drive and quiet. Moose river, St.Johnsbury, 10/17, 802-748-4334, close to road. There 2 up in Concord but they may be too far north of peak foliage later in the week. I’ll list them just in case. Rustic Haven, 10/15, 802-695-9933, and Breezy Meadows, 10/11, 802-695-9949. There are 2 in the Montpelier area, Green Valley, 11/1, 802-223-6217, close to rt.US 2 and Lazy Lion, 11/1, 802-479-2823, off Middle Road in Barre,Vt. Also there is the Gold Brook CG on route 100 in Stowe, all year, 802-253-7683. I’d drive the area north of route US 2 first and the south next. Check my Route 14 and More Eastcentral Vermont post for some ideas.


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