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Old 09-29-2011, 09:30 PM   #1
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Village rv park turning stone ny

Nyome been there? Good? Bad? Ugly?
Looking for a great rv resort for 3 nights. 2 adults and two dogs. Like more quiet and also safe
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Old 09-29-2011, 09:38 PM   #2
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Old 09-29-2011, 09:45 PM   #3
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I am looking for a nicw quiet and safe campground for next weeken. East of syracuse or as far a lake george. Does anyome have experience in any campbrounds there? Any recommendation?
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Old 09-29-2011, 09:57 PM   #4
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Hey boubou it's time to feed the bears! Have you checked RV Park Reviews. They are fairly accurate with their assessments. Some good, some bad. Can't please everyone. What may be good for you won't be for someonelse.

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Hey boubou it's time to feed the bears! Have you checked RV Park Reviews. They are fairly accurate with their assessments. Some good, some bad. Can't please everyone. What may be good for you won't be for someonelse.

Great! never had a chance to look them up, I've been too busy reviewing RV's and reading up on all I had to learn.
So I found a site which had great reviews on campsites.
We chose to stay close to home still as I am not sure what software or map to use to make sure there is no low clearance bridges on my way. I'm planing on getting the Randy McNally RV GPS so that will help
We reserved a site in Natural Bridge NY for Thanksgiving weekend (Canadian). Close to Watertown, Syracuse, Adirondack park. I would have liked to go to Lake George but it's a 5 + hour drive from our place and I am not ready for this yet. This looks like a nice place, quiet and clean.
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Old 10-06-2011, 09:04 PM   #6
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We overnighted at Turning Stone RV Park a few years ago on a trip to New England. We wanted to stop early enough to relax with the camper, so didn't do a Camp Walmart. It's a very nice rv park- probably one of the nicest I've been in. It provides rv'ers a place to "camp" while they visit the casino.
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Old 10-06-2011, 09:19 PM   #7
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I tried booking there bit they were full . We'll go next summer for sure.
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I know this is late, But Turning Stone is TOB NOTCH...paved, level sites, all the trimmings...5 star..if your looking for further east, Lake George RV Park, one of the best places I have every camped, I go every year, 5 STAR for sure. The have a website, google and check it out.
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I know this is late, But Turning Stone is TOB NOTCH...paved, level sites, all the trimmings...5 star..if your looking for further east, Lake George RV Park, one of the best places I have every camped, I go every year, 5 STAR for sure. The have a website, google and check it out.
Thanks! We'll go both places next summer for sure. We are planning on going to North Carolina outerbanks koa (i think) in april.
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