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Radio
05-23-2012, 08:13 PM
Do you think we should add a forum where the members can suggest good campgrounds and review the campgrounds they are familiar with?

What say ye?

Off Pavement
05-23-2012, 09:38 PM
Aye Aye!

W5DOK
05-24-2012, 07:34 AM
It's always good to get a recommendation for a place to stay from someone you know.
Doc

NN5I
05-24-2012, 08:36 PM
I think this is a fine idea.

N3LYT
06-15-2012, 08:09 PM
Ok I'll start.
Woodland acres Brownfield Maine on the Saco River very well run, canoe rentals for river trips. Wireless Wifi. mile from my door yard.
Wild Duck camp ground adults only (must be at least 21) Scarborough marsh (tide water) Scarborough Maine neat and clean as it gets quiet friendly big pull troughs cable etc big duck pond with corn for the ducks. Great local sea food and beaches with in a couple miles Scarborough marsh wildlife center across the st great walking trails.
Ocean View camp ground Popham beach Maine right on the beach old family camp ground impressive beach light houses and islands Fort Popham and WW2 gun placements in the hills.
I could do this all night Maine, Vacation Land come visit.

Andy N1ORK
06-16-2012, 05:21 AM
We have a seasonal here at The Bluffs of the Danforth Bay Camping Resort. Danforth Bay is the family side of the camping resort catering to all ages.
The Bluffs is a gated section catering to adults 50 and older. We have our own club house, pools, tennis courts, free kayak use, free Wi-Fi, etc. Too much stuff to list here. Oh, and by the way, the park is ham friendly. There are six hams here with seasonals and I have a G5RVjr hung in the trees.
This is the link to Danforth Bay:
http://www.danforthbay.com/
This is the link to the Bluffs at Danforth Bay:
http://www.nhrvresort.com/area.php

If you happen to apply for a seasonal here, please mention me (Andy Zajac on Cabot 16) and we can both save $300.
73!

Radio
06-16-2012, 09:25 AM
Actually, each campground should get it's own thread, so we can find it later down the road. :)

Just cut and paste.

N3LYT
06-17-2012, 06:33 PM
http://woodlandacres.com/ Canoe trips Saco river White Mt area ME, NH
http://www.wildduckcampground.com/ Adult only near Portland ME Scarbrough Marsh wild life area.
http://www.oceanviewparkpophammaine.com/ Ocean front camping Popham Beach
http://www.freeportcamping.com/ Organic salt water farm Casco bay tide water dry camping bath house/store very near L.L Bean and Free Port shopping.
http://www.oceanfrontrvcamping.com/restaurant.html Water front historic Belfast Maine fantastic restaurant right at the camp ground (Papa J’s)
I have been to all of them and all I highly recommend each one.