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Old 10-06-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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Goin' campin' ! :)

We've been out to the KOA at Ivy Lea 1000 islands and had a great time and fantastic weather.
Tomorrow, going to Association Island RV park for one las hoora before winterizing. Looks like great wheather again, hope to drive around for some leaves peeping and go to camping world store in Syracuse.

We are taking baby steps with towing lol
A little biy further each trip.
We plan on going to North Carolina April or May.
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Old 10-06-2011, 04:29 PM   #2
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:09 PM   #3
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We've been to both locations.

We really loved the "King Size Adult Only" hot tub at KOA, and the fact that they have the entire pool area fenced off to block the wind, but use clear plexiglass sheets so you can still see all around the park.........no closed in feeling. The free popcorn is my favorite everytime the movies play!

We also went to Association Island back in July. Beautiful location, right on the shores of Lake Ontario.......with shoreline sites, everyone gets a window seat! Just a quick warning.......if you pick the "Windward Side" (sites L09 to L27) facing West out onto the lake, just keep an eye in case the winds pick up. They can come out of nowhere, and play havoc with your awning. The "Leeward Side" (sites H01 to H37) are much calmer, but doesn't offer the views of the sunset like the other side.

We have a 35 foot Georgetown motorhome and had no problems exiting the Interstate at exit 45 onto HWY 3 to HWY 178 and following the signs from there. All the pavement has been redone recently, and is a scenic approach to the campground. ENJOY
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:45 PM   #4
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We have a 35 foot Georgetown motorhome and had no problems exiting the Interstate at exit 45 onto HWY 3 to HWY 178 and following the signs from there. All the pavement has been redone recently, and is a scenic approach to the campground. ENJOY
Thanks for the tip, I was wondering wether I should take exit 45 onto 3 or drive on to exit 41 route 178. I'll take your advice and take 45

Also, since it's a cooler (usually) time of year, we picked G 02 or near by site for a little protection from the wind. So the owner says.
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