Originally Posted by F.R.O.G.
I even recognized Lazy Day RV Park in Danville, MO. The St. Louis chapter of the Coachmen Owners Association (Archway Coachmen) goes there each year to kick off the camping season. Kim runs a really nice park.
YES!! IF you're traveling I70 thru Missouri I highly recommend a stop at
Lazy Day Campground
214 Highway J, Montgomery City, MO 63361
If you've REALLY got cabin fever, here are a few other excursions.
These are "the early years" and so the slide show might not be quite as
"professional" looking but we think they turned out OK.
Click on the link, choose "save file" and save it to your desktop.
Turn on your speakers and run the file.
Hit ESC at any time to exit.
Delete when done watching.
Our first trip west of the Mississippi with major stops in
Colorado as well as Grand Teton NP, Yellowstone NP, Mt. Rushmore,
the Black Hills and finally Badlands NP.
Our first trip in a travel trailer was spent visiting 4 state parks along
the East coast of Lake Michigan.
In 2009 we started our year with a week in Gulf Shores AL and later that
year we visited Shenandoah NP and Colonial Williamsburg VA and a few
other stops along the way.
These video slide shows may include other family events but you can
always hit your ESC key at any time to exit the show.
My dad took us to many of the places seen in these videos WAY back
in the mid 1960s. We traveled in a Ford Country Squire station wagon
at first (remember the brown "wood grain" decals on the sides).
Then we got a brand new 1964 Oldsmobile Jetstar 88 and towed a rented
canvas top pop up trailer. The trailer leaked when it rained but I have
fond memories of those trips!!