RV question, How much per month for camp spot with full utilities at a year round camping place?
basically…if you live in an RV trailer park with full utilities (water, electricity, sewer) how much does it cost.
How much propane do you use in a month?
Totally varies place to place and high demand parks. One of my favorite spots, Hemet lake, charges $670 a month for a full hook up site all utilities included. You can buy an rv site to park at for $25,000 to $500,000. You can park for next to nothing out in the desert. Yahoo Groups has a link for great info It’s called Boon-docking. They have lists of places to park for free or at very low cost. Also an option are your small mobile home parks some of these can be had for as little as $300. A month, but you will have to pay your own utility bill.
I get buy on two 8 gallon tanks for 3 months in the summer. If your using their electric you only need propane to cook with. Use an electric heater too.
places that offer year round primitive camping?
year round primitive camping in the U.S. but Oregon, Indiana, Colorado, and Alaska r the main ones i wanna know about so if u know of any please help me out. preferably looking for a place that also offer gold panning or where gold panning is permitted
Washington state has a panning season ( believe it or not) totally sucks….National forests you can camp in all year long but only for 14 days at a wack then you have to move to the next ranger district….I never did but thats what they say…best gold prospecting is on the eastern slopes of the paseytan wilderness just west of the nighthawk crossing but BEWARE !…..there are active claims in that area and they will shoot first and not ask questions !..thats how much gold there is !
i am homeless what state has year round mild weather cool summers and warm winters ? for year round camping TY?
North Carolina is great for that. So is Utah.
year round camping in ca?
me and my friends want to get away from the 559 and were thinking about camping does anyone know any good spots maybe down south or anywhere in general thats not to exspensive or even free… were willing to drive 2 or 3 hours we dont wanna go to the snow cuz thats jus to cold!?!?!?
You could try Henry Coe State Park. It’s about 3hrs from Fresno. I don’t think it snows there, I went camping there last winter and it was cold but no snow. It’s a beautiful place and it’s pretty empty, in my experience. Lots of trails and wilderness, enough to entertain you for a few days. It might rain though, it’s getting close to the rainy season, so you might want to check the weather report in advance.
Here’s a link to a picture I took there
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