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Old 06-01-2015, 10:50 PM   #1
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First camp trip with my new 2514g Rockwood

We had such a great time I there's pup. My last pup was 18 years old. So all the new features was like luxury to me. Off to LOCUST lake State Park in PA on June 12th. Put another log on the fire🔥Click image for larger version

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Old 06-02-2015, 07:48 AM   #2
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Congrats. Where was this taken? We have a 2318g and love it as well. We do a lot of state parks too so maybe we'll run into you. Good luck!


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Old 06-02-2015, 07:51 AM   #3
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Glad you are enjoying your 2514G. We took ours out last weekend for it's first trip as well and loved it. We have 2 Siberian Huskies and they enjoyed it as well. There was a good amount of room for all. What is your fav feature? I have to say that mine is having hot water on demand, makes it soooo nice for washing up quick and doing dishes. Come July it may change to the a/c however!
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thanks guys! I like rustic camping, so State Parks I do prefer. We go to RV Parks & Campgrounds too. Especially for my grandchild. Gives them extra activities that State Parks sometime lack. This pic was taken at Lake Oquitunk in Stokes State Forest near Highpoint State Park in Sussex, NJ. Great Campground. Having Hot water is a great feature 61 cubby. I also like the slide out giving us so much more floor space.
And the A/C is my most prized possession now. It is going to come in handy on those 98 degree days when a fan just does not cut it.


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loumichelle735 - I see you live in PA. There must be some great State Parks in PA.
I am going to Locust Lake State Park next week on the 12th. It looks great. and we had some friends show us pics, the place looks lush and the sites look very big & VERY WOODED. The 52 acre lake looks beautiful too.


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There are some great state parks in Pa and we are really only starting to get around to them. Can definately recommend Pine Grove Furnace State Park. I've got Worlds End, Promised Land and Hills Creek on my short list too. We are heading to Kettle Creek in a few weeks, Pine Grove in August and Hickory Run for Labor Day. Maryland also has some good ones, Elk Neck and Point Lookout are one's that we've visited and liked. I hope to check out the one in your picture now too! Thanks

Our PUP also has a slide out and we love. It really makes a huge difference.

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Old 06-04-2015, 08:08 AM   #7
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Congratulations on your new 2514G. We bought the same one last year and love it.

We are presently in Forillon National Park in the Gaspé Peninsula. Beautiful!

9 nights so far on this trip. Only problems have been with the plumbing. After winterizing /spring preparation, ended up with the inlet to the pump sucking in some air and leaking when tank filled to the top. Got it sorted out, again, last night, I hope. The other problem was that the DW had me install some hooks in the left kitchen slide cupboard to hang keys on. We closed the tent trailer. Guess where all of the keys were.

Ditto for the hot water. Given the weather in certain parts of Canada, what we really like is the heater and the heated mattresses. The temperature has dropped to about 3deg C, just above freezing, during this trip, and normally drops to about 5C every night.

We have an electric coffee maker, and we're presently enjoying that first cup, while sitting outside facing the mountain. Beautiful day.

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maiden voyage

Enjoy! My family and I are planning to visit northern Florida this summer, A/C is a must down here, not so much hot water. We love to hike early in the morning, and the coffee is always superb when you are in the woods. This is a great site!
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thanks loumichelle75, sounds like a good number of choices, I will check them out since we love camping in PA.
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Thanks Browj2 - love the pup, so far so good. We do like the heated mattresses also. Combined with the cabin heater, it does make for a toasty sleep.... We have so many trips lines up this year. I plan on getting use of the new Pup. Enjoy!
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