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Old 01-04-2016, 08:25 PM   #11
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We went there in August loved the camp ground and surrounding area. The down side was no reception of any kind, cell, TV or internet. My girlfriend was out of work at the time and had a phone interview while we were up there, we had to travel down the mountain to get a cell signal to have her interview. Oh by the way she was hired. Hope you are having fun!
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Old 01-04-2016, 10:57 PM   #12
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Those are the pictures taken during our "scout out" visit. We had read some reviews that trailers longer than about 24 feet might have a hard time getting in so we drove over to see if we could fit. Will have to take some of us actually set up.

Excited because it's lakefront!
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Ft. Yargo State Park (Georgia) Sunday and Monday. Quiet and uncrowded.



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Old 01-06-2016, 04:52 PM   #16
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I am so jealous of ya'll that get to camp all year. Everything is closed for the winter, up here in CT.
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I am so jealous of ya'll that get to camp all year. Everything is closed for the winter, up here in CT.

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I am so jealous of ya'll that get to camp all year. Everything is closed for the winter, up here in CT.
We are currently in our 4th day of winter.....it's 59!
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I've posted this before;
I feel for you good folks up north; Living in the sunshine state does have it's advantages.
Be patient, spring will spring in a couple of months then you can get out & enjoy.
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Well, a good long winter helps us appreciate the warmer camping weather so much more! Hey, for us Canadians, it's hockey season (and snowmobiling, ice fishing and skiing for those so inclined).

I've heard folks from FL, TX and AZ say it's too hot to camp in the summer there so it probably balances out.
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