Don't leave home without it!
The 2004 edition has arrived!
If you drive or haul a big RV, then you have a problem: Not every campground can accommodate your rig. After a long day of driving, it's no fun to drive miles out of your way only to find that the park you selected can't squeeze you in.
As big rig RV owners themselves, Ken and Ellie Hamill understand what this is all about . And, after one frustrating experience after another, they decided it was time to do something to help other owners of large RVs: the result is their Big Rig Best Bets Campground Directory, a wonderful guide that lists RV parks in the most popular states visited by RVers in king-sized RVs. The year 2004 marks the book's fourth edition.
The handy RV guide is spiral bound with easy to read print. Remarkably, every park listed has been personally visited by the authors to ensure that the information presented is accurate. As avid RVers, the Hamills became convinced that the RV industry needed a guide dedicated to listing the parks that can accommodate the larger numbers of king-sized RVs that are rolling down the highway these days.
You will discover a blend of parks destination resorts, parks suitable for an overnight stay without unhooking, and public parks embraced by Mother Nature some surprisingly with modern day conveniences.
Specific site suggestions within the parks are mentioned in most of the listings. So, you'll know before you arrive which sites to request. Also, if there's good fishing nearby, you'll know about it. Or if there are nearby attractions you shouldn't miss (like a great restaurant), you'll get a heads up about where it is. And they point out if the park offers Internet acess. This year's edition also includes information about facilities for Internet access including WiFi.
The 2004 edition covers 41 states. States not covered are Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Ohio and Oklahoma. Every park listed has been personally visited and inspected by the authors. And once you receive the thick directory, you'll see why they're fulltimers. They simply could not produce such a quality and helpful book without living and breathing the lifestyle.
Copyright 2004 by Out West Newspaper