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Old 08-09-2013, 11:26 AM   #1
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Where are you staying at with your LaCrosse

We are at Indian Point COE campground just South of Silfver Dollar City at Branson. We were driving around last evening and spotted a LaCrosse on a site near the Marina, this is the first time we have been in a campground where we were not the only LaCrosse.

All you LaCrosse Owners, how about posting where you are staying, so maybe we can share both good and bad stories about our LaCrosse trailers.

We see a few LaCrosse trailers on the highways, don't seem to be very many in our part of the this great Country we live in.
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Old 08-10-2013, 03:52 PM   #2
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Still at Indain Point, moved from Site 77 to Site 63
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Just got back from Mountain Vista Campground in the Poconos....nice quiet campground.
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Old 08-21-2013, 08:46 AM   #4
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Headed for Melvern Outlet Park today, will be there for 4 nights. Site C-119
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Labor day trip

Just returned from Ft. Parker State Park in central texas. Looking forward to some time in the Ozarks this fall.
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Labor Day Weekend

We stayed close to home.......Lake Eufaula State Park. I had family coming down to camp. I did get to spend 5 nights out.
We have had such a mild summer and I haven't been able to get out at all until this weekend.....wouldn't ya know it......turned out to be the hottest weekend this summer!
It was near 100 every day. I believe Saturday was the hottest at 103. Humidity was really high....didn't take much at all to break a sweat.
Today, back at work, the high was 89.
We did manage to stay cool in the LaCrosse. The AC worked great.
The pontoon and a nice swimming beach helped out as well.

Didn't see any LaCrosse tt's or any other PT's.
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Just returned from Melvern Outlet Park last week, only Lacrosse in park, saw one Crusader, heading out again a couple of times this month and at least one next month.

Nice looking 303 RKS Gary. The air does work well in them.
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eastern oklahoma camping

Gary, we recently moved to the Tulsa area. We are really looking forward to hitting some areas that were a little far for a weekend trip from texas. Any recommended spots nearby?
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Paul Wolf county park / big timber , Only saw one other Lacrosse there all season.
The guy around the block from the home 20 has a 2013 unit like mine.
Otherwise zipo nada nuffin
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Gary, we recently moved to the Tulsa area. We are really looking forward to hitting some areas that were a little far for a weekend trip from texas. Any recommended spots nearby?
West of Tulsa on Lake Keystone there are a few places I haven't camped at, but I've heard good things....Bears Den and Water's Edge.

Down here, there's Lake Eufaula State Park (one of the best in the state), Porum Landing and Belle Starr.

Take 412 east to Natural Falls State Park. Nice little campground there, but no swimming area. The hiking trail to the falls is pretty easy walking and the falls are nice.

Marvel Campground, just north of Gore, is a family campground located on the Illinois River. Lot's of activities for the kids and adults.

If you have any questions about a specific campground let me know and I'll see if I can help you out.

Hope this helps.
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