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Hi everyone! We just joined this group and are excited to be here. We are planning on going full time for a year starting in June 2020. We are stopping at Mt. Rushmore first, then Colorado, and over to Yellowstone area towards the end of July. I'm having a hard time picking a good site for a pull through (this is our first truck and first RV), with full hook ups (need electricity for remote work and kids), pet friendly for our dog (68 lb greyhound). Does anyone have RV parks/campgrounds near Yellowstone? Thank you! Sarah
Volunteer May 1st through October 31st, at a small, beautiful nature park in exchange for a spacious campsite with full hookup. Spring Lake Nature Park at Streator, Illinois is a city owned, volunteer managed nature park, the home of deer, wild turkeys, birds, raccoons, rabbits, and butterflies. Singles and couples are encouraged to apply. The park provides two campsites (no public camping) for hosts, who open and close the park gate, greet park guests, monitor guests’ adherence to park rules, check trails for needed maintenance, and pick up garbage. No toilet cleaning is required. Flower gardeners enjoy working in the perennial flower beds. Hosts work three or four days a week on alternating weeks. For safety, an underground tornado shelter is provided on site. Furry family members are welcome. Streator, located in north central Illinois, is a community of 15,000 people and is home to a WalMart, Kroger’s Grocery, Walgreens, Ace Hardware, and an emergency room, all located near the rural park. See Spring Lake Nature Park at www.springlakefalls.org. Inquire by sending a photo of you, your hard top living unit, and resume to: Lois Guyon, email@example.com, 508 Columbus Rd., Streator, IL 61364 (phone: 815 343-3774).