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Vote for Your Favorite Campground & You Could Win a Cruise!

December 7, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

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Finding the perfect campground is like discovering gold at the end of the rainbow. These sought after spots are usually located in beautiful locations, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. The staff is warm and friendly, and make you feel at home. The perfect park usually has great events, like a Fourth of July barbeque, where campers gather and bring burnt offerings of tri-tip, chicken, corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw, and apple pie. Often your favorite park has fun amenities like bocce ball, horseshoes, or waterslides, resulting in friendly competition and hilarity. RVers and campers like us love to discover new places and have new adventures, but like migrating birds, we often return to those parks and campgrounds we love.

Well, now is the best time to let others people know about your favorite RV park or Campground! Woodall’s is searching for North America’s favorite campground, and we need to hear from you. Voting is quite simple; click here and enter in your favorite place to camp. And when you enter, you could win a seven-day Hawaiian cruise for you and a guest! The RV park or campground that receives the most votes will also win a Hawaiian cruise and will be advertised by Woodall’s as North America’s Favorite Campground.

Spread the word about those parks and campgrounds you love to visit!

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One Response to “Vote for Your Favorite Campground & You Could Win a Cruise!”
  1. Barry Bowers says:

    Living in the Great Northwest, or as we like to call it, God’s Country, presents some challenges to the casual RVer. From sometime in November until March the sky resumes its natural gray color and the rain we are well known for falls in the tiniest raindrops ever seen. The temperature varies from chilly and sometimes freezing to cold and damp. Both mean that camping in anything but a well insulated vehicle will chill you to the bone. Our vehicle of choice is a Rexhall Aerbus (even though I worked for Boeing) and thanks to the propane furnace and electric heaters, we are always comfortable. Between the months of October and April, Washington State Parks have a great deal for seniors (Wash residents) who can get an Off Season Pass that lets us camp in full hook up sites for $6 per night. If you chose to dry camp in a non-utility site, it is free, yes, totally free. So, we are off on another winter adventure, heading to the Millersylvania State Park, our favorite state park, for a few nights of peace and quiet. Washington State Parks are very good and when you consider the current state of the economy, being able to camp economically is a real boon to us and we enjoy this “Off Season” when most folks stay at home.

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