I HAVE done that.... I was born/raised in upstate NY, but had this thrill in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia..... the front of my 5er was so high I was afraid to go to sleep.... and then we had thunderstorms!!!!
Batten down the hatches......and set the Watch.........
Sounds like some crappy campgrounds out there, they look more like parking lots, everyone piled on top of each other. But I guess if you want wi-fi power and sewer services that is what you get.
Myself I prefer to be a little more isolated, which is easier in Alberta, Canada, than the NE States. The East slope of the Canadian Rockies has ample crown land for camping in the wilderness or serviced sites in campgrounds.
I go to Nordegg area, it has lots of camping, lots of quading areas, and you can't beat the scenery. I wanna p[ost some pics but haven't figured out how to upload pics off my computer, will try to figure it out and get some online
We stayed at Calaway Rv Park near Calgary , it was nice and clean but they are money hungry and will take you for every dime.
They added us for a day and when I didn't want it they wouldn't refund.
We left and they rented site I paid for so they got double for that site that night.
I saw some of there staff members being very rude to a older couple.
real nice place. very hard to get into during the season. it has a general store playground baseball feild and of coarse the beach.
Love this place. Set up, walk 200 yards, and you are chasing Stripers!
I go all Fall long. First come first serve. Also the last week, usually Father's Day Week, that you do not have to call and compete for sites.
I did finally get in a spot but it was not pretty. A couple came over in a proper spot that was leaving soon after so I waited and took that one.
Had to put the daughter in chair to hold it while I got the 5er over too it.
Just a place that is going under due to mis-managment and lack of maintance.
If you ever are in need of a park near Lancaster, give this place a look; Lake in Wood Camping Resort / Camping in Pennsylvania
Lake in Woods in Narvon, PA. It is about a 30 minute drive to Lancaster, however, this place has to be the cleanest park we have ever stayed in. Great for kids. They have these theme cabin rentals like a train, treehouse ect. Not that you need it. Sites are level but not overly huge. It is a bit of a drive to your destination but it is clean, quiet, and family run.