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Old 04-06-2014, 05:28 PM   #1
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Another great weekend in the 365!

We had another beautiful weekend here in Georgia and we spent it camping in the 365. Still love this rig. Spent the weekend with the kids kayaking, bike riding and trail hiking. Here are a couple of pics of Watson Mill State Park.




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Looks awsome and sounds like a lot of fun!

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Now that looks like a great park, I may just have to check it out, it's only about 5 hours from here.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:30 PM   #4
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looks like a nice park but not sure i like the idea of booking a site then showing up and having to choose from whats left.. I'm sure the best sites get full fast and even though i paid my money weeks in advance I have to take whatever is left
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looks like a nice park but not sure i like the idea of booking a site then showing up and having to choose from whats left.. I'm sure the best sites get full fast and even though i paid my money weeks in advance I have to take whatever is left
That is the number one complaint about Ga State Parks. It has really upset lots of people. I try to get there early, but sometimes that's just not easy to do. This park is very small and very tight for bigger rigs. Even some of the pull thrus you have to back out of. Not a big deal though. We are trying to hit more parks than just our normal ones this year. Working out pretty well so far.
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One of those photos of the covered bridge would make for a great screen saver.
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Good looking pics!
Can't wait to get ours out this weekend (finally).
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Texas state parks are the same. You can rent a spot just don't know which one you'll get till you get there.
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I like the Reserve America, you pick and reserve the site you want, most parks have three pictures of each site, they tell you the size of the site and the amps.
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In Oklahoma you can't even make reservations. You just have to hope they have a spot when you get there.
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