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  1. Hobo John

    New Mexico State Parks pass

    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. ethan.phelps@vermont.gov

    Vermont State Parks Looking for Volunteers

    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. Don Risdon

    It's all about size.

    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?