Top 10 RV Parks, Resorts & Campgrounds – a Drivin’ & Vibin’ Travel Vlog

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  1. Matthew Semones
    Matthew Semones says:

    If you guys find yourself in Kentucky or close I highly recommend "Boonesborough State Park Campground". You have access to the Fort Tour, Water Park, Activities, The Kentucky River and a must stop restaurant "Halls on the River". The sites are awesome and easily my favorite campground as a child. If you decide to visit let me know how you liked it!

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  2. David Pugh
    David Pugh says:

    If you get to Pennsylvania try Otter lake campground and resort. It is a little expensive but worth it. Camping over 25 years all over U.S. best of the best even beats Disney world. Nice people and great lake . Good R.V. and safe driving.

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  3. Dusty Katz
    Dusty Katz says:

    I've been watching a lot of different YouTube rv'ers while researching for trailer purchase. Your show is by far the most informative I've found. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

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  4. Laura Jones
    Laura Jones says:

    If you head up to New England, I strongly recommend Sunset Point Campground in Harrington, Maine. Site #9, if available, but it's a small, quiet, charming campground with beautiful sunsets over the bay. Mt. Tunk & the Hidden Ponds trailhead is nearby, and an AMAZING hike. Just a 30 min. drive to Acadia.

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  5. patricia charrier
    patricia charrier says:

    ROLL TIDE! How often do you pull up camp and move? It would seem to be to much moving and driving to move every other day. What is the longest you stayed in one place? Check out the Long Long Honeymoon utube site as they are also from AL and I am also.

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  6. Ron Jon
    Ron Jon says:

    Great video. Well coordinated. You two are adorable. 1 Suggestion. Please include the month you're in each site, so we know what time of year you visited. Thanks again.

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  7. Dinah Rogers
    Dinah Rogers says:

    Highly recommend Maumelle Corps of Engineers park. It's on the banks of the Arkansas River, adjacent to Little Rock. The sites are HUGE, WE with easy access dump stations. Huge mature trees provide shade and beauty. Camp hosts are friendly and helpful. With a National Parks Pass, the COE gives 50% discount. In 2016 we paid $11 for our fantastic site. There are trails, a marina, picnicing areas. Nearby is Pinnacle Mt which is a mountain biking and hiking favorite. I think you'd enjoy it.

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  8. John Rasulov
    John Rasulov says:

    Hey folks thanks for the video. I live in the East coast. Want to camp in a quiet, safe (means no jackals and wolfs or any other wild animals which may attack) park, I prefer the solitude of the park. Recommend me some good parks with solitude camp spots in the East please.
    Thanks and Congratulations!!!

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  9. party invitations
    party invitations says:

    Got my new to me RV this past weekend!! YEAH!! Love watching you guys! Based on Your recommendation we are headed to Hiawasee next weekend — its just 2 hours from us so we can go for an overnight visit! Thanks!!!

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  10. Michael Bennett
    Michael Bennett says:

    I just wanna hug you guys! I commend you for your free spirit and being together to enjoy nature and traveling. If you are ever in St. Petersburg, Florida, a great place to camp would be Fort Desoto Park. Great beauty, (the real Florida) great fishing, hiking, sunbathing, beaches, fabulous sunsets, grilling, a view of the famous Sunshine Skyway Bridge, the worlds longest fishing pier, seafood, Diners, Drive-ins & Dives type mom & pops places to eat, various eco-ystems and a huge fort to explore. You can also take a ferry out to Egmont Key and snorkel for HUGE sand dollars as well as see the lighthouse. A Wal-Mart within 5 miles. Great seafood and great culture. Google it!

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  11. Gary C
    Gary C says:

    If liked the state park at lake of the Ozark then next time you travel thru Missouri you might want to check out Table Rock Lake down by the Missouri/Arkansas border. Camping around the city of Kimberling City Mo. will defiantly make your day in my opinion. It blow Lake of the Ozark out or the water………………………..

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  12. David Madrid
    David Madrid says:

    You camped out in Georgia next to a river haven't you heard that Bubba's hang out in that area keep your shorts on, by the way we full-timed for a few years and me and my wife enjoy the videos.

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