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Old 12-31-2014, 10:22 AM   #1
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We're planning a trip in 2 weeks from NEPA to Scottsdale, az. Via I-81/40/17 traveling 250-300 m/day. Any recommendations? Is hot springs,ar worth a visit? Any rv parking near ok city n.m.?
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I all ways google search and use/develope a google map. I enter a search "RV Camping near......." and let the search engine find them. Additionally, I'll back it up with google earth to get another view of the area. always, always call to ensure they haven't changed rates.
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Yes Hot Springs is worth a visit. Have a great trip and Happy New Year.
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Yes Hot Springs is worth a visit. Have a great trip and Happy New Year.
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We're planning a trip in 2 weeks from NEPA to Scottsdale, az. Via I-81/40/17 traveling 250-300 m/day. Any recommendations? Is hot springs,ar worth a visit? Any rv parking near ok city n.m.?

We stopped in Hot Springs, AR on a trip several months ago. There is a very nice National Park Service campground just out of town with hookups and hiking trails. If you like barbecue, McClard's is absolutely amazing.

The town is famous for its hot spring spas. DW got a massage package at one of the bath houses and said it was fantastic.

The park has a period bathhouse that you can tour which shows all of the latest 19th century miracle treatments that were all the rage.

We were there two nights but would have stayed longer if not for previous commitments.

The city itself is big enough to have a wide variety of stores in case you need to restock supplies.


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