We like to pass along info about new campgrounds when we hear about them and this one sounds interesting for sure. Find their website at https://windcreekatmore.com/resort/rv-park. We may well try them ourselves this Summer!
ATTENTION RV CAMPERS!
We are excited to announce that the new RV Park at Wind Creek is now open!
Every Day • 8am – 5pm
Check-In: 12pm – 5pm
RV PARK AMENITIES
- 75ft pull-through RV stations
- Full hookups including 30-amp & 50-amp power, water and sewer
- Picnic tables are available at Clubhouse
- Grills are available at Clubhouse
- Trash cans are available at Clubhouse
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- 24-hour Security
- On-Site Dump Station
- Extra parking available in the casino parking lot
INQUIRE ABOUT AVAILABILITY
Call (866) 946-3360 to book by phone.
- Full bath facilities including Restrooms and Showers
- Laundry Facilities
- Vending Machines
- Fenced Outdoor Playground
Shuttle service provided to and from our Casino Resort with access to the following:
- Gaming Floor (including non-smoking & High Limits gaming areas)
- Bowling Alley
- Movie Theater
- 6 different casual and fine dining options
- Pool/Hot Tub
- Fitness Center
- Culinary StudioRV Park
*$5 FREE Play valid towards full paid rate reservations ONLY. FREE Play must be redeemed each day at PLAYER SERVICES.
Eagle’s Roost is located just off Georgia Exit 5 on I-75 in Lake Park, GA. Five miles N of the FL Line. Nearby we found good restaurants, a Camping World and a weekend flea market just next door. All this among mighty, old oaks dripping with Spanish moss.
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Our website averages at least one or two emails a week asking us for help plotting an RV route. Usually it’s either someone with a brand new RV or often an RVer just asking for suggestions as they plan a trip into parts unknown to them.
You may have heard or seen us mention before that the only thing we like better than an RV trip is talking about RVing. The problem is that to plan a trip correctly or at least the way that has proven tried and true for us there are a number of questions that need answering up front to do it right.
That being said we have updated our “Planning Page” (http://www.snowbirdrvtrails.com/research.htm) on our website and outlined the steps we take in planning each new voyage into uncharted territory. We always chart it beforehand!
A big part of the fun of a trip for us is the planning. On our page you’ll find all kinds of information and resources that we use to keep our RVing about the fun of the trip and not the worry that can accompany tackling the unknown.
Have a look. If it helps you with your trip planning we’re happy. Many people like to fly by the seat of their pants which is fun for them but that’s just not us.
After you try our suggestions for planning and if you have any questions we’ll be happy to try and answer them. We do answer all emails. You’ll find our email address also on the Planning Page.
Safe travels and always enjoy the journey,
Jack and Niki
When Niki and I downsized from a 32′ Fifth Wheel with three slide-outs to a 19′ van we knew there would have to be some adjustments made. What to pack, what not to take? What was a necessity for both safety and everyday life on the road and what would be nice to have if we could fit it in?
We did a lot of research to determine what we needed to add to an already pretty well outfitted camper. The Roadtrek is a totally self-contained vehicle and built to enable owners to go “off-the-grid” and set up camp whenever and wherever the road takes them.
Our Roadtrek has its own generator providing both 12 and 110V current for the fridge roof-top AC, TV/DVD/Surround-Sound and electrical outlets, propane for the range and tank-less hot water heater. Gray, black and fresh water tanks and both a slinky and electrical macerator evacuator for discharge. It also contains a regular toilet and both an inside and outside shower.
Not much is missing but after eight years on the road we have learned that a few things added makes RV life safer, easier and a whole lot more fun.
We have added a page to our website listing the “Niceties and Necessities” we have researched, purchased and added items made to fit the Ram ProMaster and Roadtrek Simplicity. If you have a Roadtrek or possibly see one in your future perhaps our research may be of help to you.
Click the link, have a look and if you have any questions send us a note. – Jack and Niki
Two park host site positions open – Moody, Texas
I am the lead Ranger at Mother Neff State Park in Moody, Tx. I would like to post a position on your web pages.
I do have two park host site positions open.
Below is a description of duties with my contact information for any questions potential hosts may have.
Park Hosts duties include: – Customer service by greeting customers and providing information – Cleaning of campsites, facilities, and restrooms – Site checks, meter checks, litter patrol, operating a UTV – Assist in standard maintenance operations. Depending upon selected applicant’s experience, duties might also include: – Assisting in office operations – Interpretive activities and events. – If interested contact Diego Aragon at 254-313-8933 Criminal Background Check required.
Hosts will be provided with a large concrete driveway and Granite campsite tent pad with Full Hook-Up (Water/Sewer/Electric) site in exchange for a minimum scheduled work hours per week of 30 (couple) / 24 (single). You must be a minimum of 18 years old to apply go to https://tpwd.samaritan.com
1680 Texas 236 Hwy.
Moody, Tx. 76557
We had a reader just send in a new addition for our list of campgrounds that are open all year in the Northeast. Our list includes campgrounds in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York State, Rhode Island and Vermont.
View the listings at http://www.snowbirdrvtrails.com/offseason.htm
The newest listing is in Pilesgrove, New Jersey.
If you know of any “Open All Year” campgrounds in the Northeast that we
may have missed please send us a note.
Send us an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org with your question or a comment
We will respond
SnowbirdRVTrails.com just received from the Park Manager 3/13/18:
Little Pee Dee State Park is looking for Campground Hosts.
The host program helps run the campground and many day use operations. We are looking for people who want to make a difference and create lasting memories. We are a nice, small and quiet campground right off of highway 95 and a little over an hour from Myrtle Beach. If you are interested, please email James M. Revis at email@example.com for more information.