I just decided to read all 43 pages of this thread to help get me through the winter, I love reading about and seeing all the seasonal setups. We are seasonal at a Masonic campground called the Gao Grotto in Danville IL, it is on Lake Vermilion and we have the only beach on the lake. The campground is not lakefront but it is only a short walk to the water. I do not have a boat or any urge to own a boat but my best friend does and we spend a lot of time together with our families out on the lake fishing and swimming. We moved from another site last year when this came open, it is extremely cheap when I compare to what everyone else pays, We pay $330/ year which includes water and electric, have to use the poop cart to dump but it is not a big deal and that included all winter storage if we want to leave it there. I take mine home to keep it out from under the tress in the winter but the option is there. I bought a new lacrosse 329bht last year and we enjoyed being there every weekend with the flexibility to pull out and travel a little if we want. I am chomping at the bit to egt my camper back from warranty work at the dealer and the the wait for the weather to cooperate. I hear they are going to turn power back on st patty's day for a dance they are having at the bar/restaurant on the grounds but I will not put mine back in til the weather clears up. My site is nothing special, we have a community fire pit and we only have around 20-25 campers. Can;t wait for spring.
2014 Prime Time Lacrosse 329BHT Luxury Lite Touring Edition
2015 Silverado 2500HD DMAX