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  1. I found this on rubbertrampartist.com - a blog by Blaize Sun, a full-time rubber tramp. For $180 a year, New Mexico residents can buy this pass allowing them free developed (non-electric/no sewer) camping at any New Mexico state park. (The cost of the pass for residents of other states is $225.) The pass is good for 12 months from the month of purchase. (Learn more about the New Mexico State Parks Pass and/or order one here: https://newmexicostateparks.reserveamerica.com/showPage.do?name=common&commonPath=/htm/NM_AnnualPasses.html.)
  2. Vermont State Parks still has volunteer openings for the 2017 season! More than 40 different parks. Duties vary by park and generally involve grounds, restrooms and fee collection. FHU or W/E available. Some parks located in more remote areas. Schedules vary. Cell phone, TV reception and WiFi vary by park; pets allowed most locations. Work 30 hours per week for campsite and many other benefits. Preference given to season-long commitment (mid-May through Labor Day or mid-Oct). For more information and to apply: www.vtstateparks.com/htm/volunteering.htm
  3. jacks

    Class A manuvering

    Hi All, I'm trying to decide on an RV. Age old discussion I'm sure. I'm going to be a solo 62 year old guy who is near putting his home on the market and taking the full-timer leap. Struggling with size of RV to focus on. (Budget is probably under 60,000). I started thinking I want a Class C but have been thinking I must have comfort (Great couch/recliner/, big TV, and most importantly an excellent bed or I won't be happy, oh and cold beer), have to have good A/C-Heating systems) (I do have currently a 2013 GMC 4 wheel drive pick-up with 20,000 miles, but plan on selling it.) Have any of you Class A owners been disappointed with the ability to get into state/national parks, beaches, tight spots etc....due to the size of your coach? I know I will want to boondock and move once a month or so and not stay long-term in an RV park. I also know I don't need a 38' long coach for a solo'er. Thanks!
  4. My wife and I are roughly six months away from full timing. We have settled on a fifth wheel (DRV) as our next "home." Size appears to be important when looking at entry into national/state parks. We are considering a 36'/37' unit but understand that even that can be too large in some situations. For those of you who travel "the parks" frequently, what feed-back can you provide. Thxs, B&D.
  5. I am selling my house in WA and going full time about the end of May. Will buy MH then but I heard something about state parks in Oregon not allowing RVs that are more than 10 years old. I was considering something around 12 years old but now I'm not so sure. How can they enforce a rule like this if you have a sharp rig thats more than 10 years old... Anyone heard of this rule?
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