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Old 12-30-2012, 04:56 PM   #1
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I was just curious what the average stay at a campground is?

How many miles do you generally drive to get to the next camp ground?

I am just curious...

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Old 12-30-2012, 09:49 PM   #2
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I was just curious what the average stay at a campground is?

How many miles do you generally drive to get to the next camp ground?

I am just curious...

Betty
Question #1: I generally do about a week at destinations. However, I can do one overnight after the other en route.

Question #2: 200-300 miles. Tho if I am going thru a major urban area, I might time my trips to avoid rush hour. I do not like beating myself to death to enjoy myself.

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When traveling to a destination, we travel about 200 miles a day if my wife gets to choose and about 500 miles a day if I get to choose. The time at a destination depends on so many variables that it is difficult to predict. If we are traveling to an area we haven't been before, likely a week. If we are visiting friends, it depends on their patience ;-)
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