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Old 09-01-2011, 01:52 PM   #1
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skoolie friendly rv sites ?

hey everyone,
i've run into some problems finding rv sites that will allow skoolie conversions, has anyone else ran into such problems ? i'm trying to find a skoolie friendly site in Victoria BC, canada. after that we will be heading south to kansas so any information on sites along the way would be a great help. thanks
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Re: skoolie friendly rv sites ?

Any public (government) campground (not privately owned) has to let you in.

The Ultimate US Public Campgrounds Project

Most any place in Don Wright's campground books will probably let you in.

USCAmpgrounds.info "10,000 public campgrounds-all 50 States plus all Canadian Provinces"

Over at http://www.rvparkreviews.com I look for the campgrounds that have "working people", "older RVs" or "permanent" RVers. Since we are all of that, that is what I look for (and safe).
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Re: skoolie friendly rv sites ?

Where are you headed in Kansas, jolly roger? I know the eastern half pretty well and I can tell you about some of the parks in that half of the state. I live in the SE corner of KS. I can point you to some really good lakes in the area that have decent campground sites.
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