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hitchup
09-12-2006, 02:18 PM
If you're ever needing a nice quiet park in a tourist area: try Williamsburg, VA. American Heritage even has a monthly rate that will drop lower next month. We've enjoyed our stay here. Gets busy most weekends & through the summer. But now there are quite a few spaces open. Weather is wonderful so far this month, except for TS Ernesto coming through. Make sure you have fresh water in your tank. No power means, no water. They are on a well. :cry:

Motor31
09-12-2006, 07:30 PM
Jim and Mary's RV park in Missoula Montana. Reasonable rates, very very well kept grounds (trees grass flowers etc.) and extremely friendly managers. Easy on and off if you are traveling and open year round!

rverdlm
09-13-2006, 08:21 AM
We've been to both of these parks and I agree with both recommendations. Since most RV parks are on well water it's a good idea to keep a few days water in your tank whenever your not traveling and especially if there is any weather coming. Just periodically use it and replace it.

billr
09-13-2006, 09:14 PM
We just left the park in Williamsburg and it was really nice. Would stay there again for sure. Nice area too! Close to Colonial Williansburg and not too far from Norfolk which we really enjoyed the cruise through the Navy base! The fleet was in!! :shock: 8)

Cheers,
Bill