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  1. We were Full-Timer's and loved it. Seen most of USA and Canada. Recently moved to Arizona so we’re selling our upgraded deluxe-level membership to Travel Resorts of America’s private 5-Star Sycamore Lodge in North Carolina. The Membership also provides full access to TRA’s Gettysburg Battlefield Resort in Pennsylvania and Pymatuning Adventure Resort in Ohio. The membership provides you 60 days in advance reservations, up to 14 night stays, and you can return in just 7 days to enjoy again. The TRA membership enables you to be Coast to Coast RV Resorts members from Good Sam - the largest network of RV resort campgrounds across North America. We used Coast2Coast extensively traveling across N. America. Our asking price $2,000 (OBO) + $479 (TRA's transfer fee); the membership retail price is over $7,000. The annual dues are only $395 vs. $600 or $700 with others. With camping season starting, it's time to get out there and this discounted offer will not last long. Sycamore Lodge is just minutes from one of the premier golf communities in the nation, Pinehurst Country Club, home of several US Open tournaments. Guests will enjoy some of the most beautiful courses in the country. The resort itself is one of Travel America's five star rated RV resorts and sits on 194 acres of land featuring a lake and abundant sycamore, dogwood, pine, oak and magnolia trees. The lodge is beautifully equipped and features hand-built fireplaces and an original wood burning stove in the kitchen. Guests at Sycamore Lodge will enjoy the serenity of this private, five-star campground resort featuring well-appointed, clean and comfortable accommodations, from lodge units and log cabins to personal RV and campsites. Gettysburg Battlefield Resort has 297 camping sites for RVs, tents, cabins, and amenities such as an Olympic pool, playground, fishing, etc. The resort sits in the middle of an area rich in Civil War history and affords visitors the opportunity to enjoy yesteryear as well as the present day. Literally surrounding the city, Gettysburg Battlefield Park is the site of the most costly battle of the Civil War. On the battlefield, you'll see the more than 1,300 monuments and markers in the 21-acre Gettysburg National Cemetery. Stop at the Soldier's National Monument, near where President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous Gettysburg Address. Pymatuning Adventure Resort has 150 campsites and 47 cabins, superior walleye fishing, pontoon boats, large pool, etc. Water is the basis for much of Ohio's recreation, and plenty of it can be found on or near the Pymatuning Adventure Resort. Right next door to the resort is the largest waterslide in northeastern Ohio and Pennsylvania. Pymatuning Lake and a state beach are easily accessible and within a mile of the resort, and Lake Erie is only 25 miles to the north. Sycamore Ledge Website: http://www.campnorthcarolina.com/index.html For More Information, please use the forum message interface to contact me if you have any questions.
  2. Outdoor Adventure HOP Howling with the Wolves August 11 – 16, 2018 Enjoy an amazing wilderness experience beyond what you can ever imagine! Escapees has designed a special package just for you. No RVs are needed for this HOP, as we go Howling with the Wolves! Minnesota is known as the gateway to the legendary wilderness Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and the beautiful lakes are teaming with bass, walleye and pike, just to name a few. The BWCA is part of the Superior National Forest, in Minnesota, along the Canadian border, which makes for one of the greatest in outdoor adventures. The multitude of lakes and green lush pine forests allows for the abundance of wildlife: birds, game, fish and wildflowers, and the best way to explore this area is by canoe. So, you’ll want to remember to bring your binoculars! To kick off this incredible adventure, is a night’s stay in the beautiful, rustic cottages located on the “base camp” premises. The next morning, enjoy a delightful breakfast; afterward, you will canoe to the campground that will be called home for the next three nights. While camping, you can enjoy hiking, fishing, birding, stargazing, campfires, wildlife viewing, photography and canoe paddling, on this adventure in the Boundary Waters wilderness preserve. Don’t worry if you’re a novice at camping or canoeing, because you will have an “Expert Wilderness Guide” and the comfort and convenience of the best camping amenities available. So, join us to learn all about the wild and mysterious timber wolf and watch for the chance to howl with the wolves! Rain or shine - included in this package is: · Kick off the canoe trip with breakfast! · 1 cottage night stay prior to camping in the Boundary Waters · 1 cottage night stay after camping in the Boundary Waters · 4 days (3 nights) of camping and paddling the Boundary Waters · Canoes and all equipment · Food during camping, all cooking gear, stove, utensils, soap, and towels, fire starter and matches · Camp-chairs · Backpacks · Roomy tents, air mattress and freshly laundered sleeping bags and pillows · Cold packs to keep food fresh · Water Purification System · A safe parking lot for your car while you are away · Expert Wilderness Guide · Transportation to/from the Boundary Waters entry/exit points · And much, much more! Subject to change. Price for this HOP: $1,240.80 per person When registering for this HOP, you may pay one-third down and make monthly payments. The remaining balance is payable 60 days prior to the event. Note: Non-Escapees members are welcome to attend a land or cruise HOP. There will be a $50.00 charge for non-members. However, if you join Escapees, the $50.00 will be waived. To join the Escapees RV Club or ask about prices, please call toll-free: 888-757-2582. Payment: A deposit of $413.60 per person is due at time of reservation. Final Payment Due: June 8, 2018 To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873 For more information, email hopinfo@escapees.com Confirmation email: Once registered, important information will be sent via email regarding the cottage, tours, dates and times. Pets Pets are prohibited by the resort. Pets are prohibited by the wilderness preserve and cannot be taken into the Boundary Waters. Trip cancellation and interruption Insurance We highly suggest that you protect your investment on this HOP, by purchasing trip insurance. If you or a family member has a pre-existing medical condition, you might consider purchasing cancellation insurance. Insurance can also help with covering other unexpected emergencies while on the trip. You can get more information about this insurance, such as pricing and coverage, by calling the Escapees Travel Agency, 855-757-8881, or email them eta@escapees.com.at: View upcoming HOPs: https://www.escapees.com/fun/hops Visit the HOP Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EscapeesHOPs Discussion Forum: Escapees . To access this forum, go to http://www.rvnetwork.com. has an informative discussion forum Escapees Club News: The HOPs or any Escapees RV Club information can be sent to you via Club News. Stay informed with important club updates, advocacy issues and promotion items. If you would like to stay updated, go to: https://www.escapees.com/aboutus/club-benefits then click the sign-up button on the left-hand side. Physical Needs for HOP Escapees Inc. will attempt to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled attendees when it is within our control. Please advise us of any special needs as early as possible so we can make arrangements. By attending this event, you are agreeing to the following: As an attendee, you assume all risk and danger relating to your personal property, RV, and attendance at the HOP event, whether occurring prior to, during, or after the event. In the event of loss or theft, no claim will be made upon Escapees, its volunteers, employees, or agents. Volunteers may be directing and assisting you in your parking areas. It is, however, the driver of the RV or other vehicle who is ultimately responsible for avoiding obstacles or dangerous situations and, is solely responsible for any damage to one’s property or the property of others. As an attendee at this event, you are granting your permission to be filmed, videotaped, audiotaped, or photographed, and granting the full use without compensation. See you at the HOP! Safe travels, Lisa Koca HOP Director Escapees RV Club 888-757-2582
  3. Anyone else using Verizon Unlimited and liking it? Yeah it's not truly unlimited in every way, but it still is a home internet replacement for me without issue. I made this video in my apartment, but I am weekender currently when it comes to RVing, and am out every weekend primarily at the same campground, but out to different parts of the country around me regularly.
  4. 12th Annual - Escapees Happy Hour Join us in the beautiful Quartzsite, Arizona desert! Wednesday, January 17, 2018 1:00 – 3:00 PM One Day Only – So don’t miss out. Come for the day or camp with us! Location: Plomosa Road, MM3 Look for the Escapees signs. Mark your calendar and help us get the word out! Don’t miss seeing old friends or make new friends. Bring your favorite beverage, lawn chair and a snack to share!
  5. We are new to the RV lifestyle and will be going full time in January 2018. We are wondering if anyone has advice on some campgrounds in Texas that we might look into for the colder months. We want to be warm! Thanks you for your assistance.
  6. My girlfriend and I will be disperse camping (boondocking) in our travel trailer near Fort Hunter - Liggett in the Los Padres National Forest (North) at the end of June. Does anyone have any suggestions? Ideally I would like to be as close to Lake Nacimiento and/or Lake San Antonio as possible. Any information on areas to camp, dump stations, potable water, activities, day trips, things to see or general suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I do have and use most of the camping/travel apps but nothing beats local knowledge and/or personal experiences. Thanks in Advance, Hendo
  7. Who'd have thunk it? Only in Louisiana! :-) http://mykisscountry937.com/louisianas-naked-camp-ground-and-resort/
  8. A really neat documentary is on the brink of being completed. Filmmaker, Eric Bricker, set out over 2 1/2 years ago with the idea of featuring Airstream as an architectural great of modern design, but through interviews and filming, he discovered that not only is Airstream an icon of the RV industry, it signifies adventure and a spirited lifestyle in American culture. When Eric released the movie trailer, I was grinning from ear to ear because I think he really "gets" what the nomadic lifestyle is all about. It is a great history lesson of all things Airstream, but more importantly, Airstream simply became the vehicle through which all these stories of fulltiming and adventures were told. This really is a celebration of life on the road, the simple things, and enjoying the present moment. He has the blessing of Airstream, and up until this point, was self-funded. He wants to keep this film independent, so as not to be labeled propaganda for the company. If you feel inspired to help support Eric Bricker complete this film, he has one week left on his Kickstarter campaign. You can watch the ALUMINATION trailer here: ALUMINATION, a feature-length documentary by Eric Bricker --Kickstarter Here are some cool articles that were recently written up on the documentary: Alumination is a Film Every RVer Will Want to Experience - RV Life Magazine Finally, Airstream Fanatics Have a Documentary - Men's Journal Talking Alumination with Eric Bricker - Airstream Disclaimer: I had the chance to meet Eric this past Thanksgiving. He is my brother-in law's sister's significant other. It was cool to hear about his journey and personal evolution with this film. Neat guy!
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    New B.C. RV Resort

    There is a new RV resort at Fernie, B.C., that appears to havelarge sites, for those that are traveling that area of Canada. You can find the Info at http://www.ferniervresort.com
  10. SOLD! Thanks for all the inquiries! I have a Camp Hatteras membership for sale. Beautiful park setting, spans from ocean to sound on the Outer Banks, NC see website for more specifics on park. http://camphatteras.com/ Can reserve 14 nights in a row, then out for 5 nights. Yearly maintenance fee to owner. Great opportunity to get a membership! (serious inquiries only, no sales persons)
  11. Imagine waking up in your hammock to the songs of wild birds, children or grand children lost for hours digging up turtle eggs on your private beach, the sounds of laughing and splashing while swimming, fishing along the lake, bonfires at night on your beach, shooing the deer from your garden, feeling the constant gentle breezes off of the lake, the rustling of leaves trees from your oak, hickory or sweet gum trees, kids picking up hickory nuts for Thanksgiving/Christmas, a crackling fire in the fire place overlooking the lake and the almost total lack of winter. Property Size and Location: 2.755 acres, more or less, situated in Anderson County, Texas. The property ownership begins in the middle of the Lake and come out from there. Access: 337.97 feet, more or less , of the tracts border a paved and county maintained road, Anderson County Road (ACR) No. 2124. Your Private Beach and Beach Front: 429.81' wide with about a total of 1/4 acre of a deep sugar sand beach area that fluctuates with the lake levels. Utilities: A.) Private Water Well with 5.5" steel casing on the property B.) Electrical Provider: Oncore Electric Co., power poles, meters and lines on property C.) Water Providers: Tucker Water Supply 903.391.5200, there is one (1) water meter on one tract and one connection box on another. D.) Sewer: Currently None - Septic to be installed by purchaser. E.) Internet: satellite or with Verizon wifi - typically 4-G Annual Area Weather: Annual high temperature: 75.8°F , annual low temperature: 53.6°F , average high temperature: 64.7°F , average annual precipitation/rainfall: 46.66 inch & the average annual snowfall: 0 Home Owners Association: None Deed or Building Restrictions: None known Oil, Gas and Other Minerals: All minerals were previously reserved by predecessors in title Annual Property Taxes: $119.55 for 2015 Views: Stunning views of the birds, deer and other wild life and of the lake. Trees: Primarily very, very large, old growth oaks, hickory and sweet gum trees. Soil: Deep sugar sand covered in native wildflowers, grasses together with areas of Fescue and St. Augustine. Elevation: 216', the lake and surrounding property are all situated within a class "a" flood zone. GPS Point: 31-37-47.38 N, 95-4613.09 W Photography: Photograph taken in 2015. Brief Property History: Originally the 32 acre tract of land, with the lake in the center, was originally surveyed into small tracts in the 1970's. The land and it's surveyed tracts were going to be a private hunting and fishing resort. The developer defaulted on a loan before selling many of the properties and the remaining properties were purchased by a Trust. Since then, the Trust has been purchasing the area property as it has become available. The Trust has accumulated some 1,500 (+-) acres that now encircles the lake. The Trust is also the single largest lake front property owner. We knew the heirs or family members and had the ability to act faster than the Trust in obtaining these properties. These two combined tracts, now make up this single sale tract. These combined tracts of land that are being offered here are the unquestionably the crown jewel on this lake. SALE PRICE: $37,500.00 Dollars or for about the cost of a new truck or car, which one will last the longest? CONTACT OWNER: Mike at acelandman@gmail.com for answers & additional pictures.
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