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Suggestions Needed - Favorite Gay RV parks?

My partner and I are really so new the glorious world of full-time RVing - our heads are spinning as to the number of Campgrounds out there.We're currently in PA - waiting for winter to blow out of here before taking off.  The direction we go doesn't matter as much as having a plan.

SO:  anyone have a favorite spot to share with us?  We prefer boy/girl gathering spots, and second - would hope to possibly land one in need of camphosts, or maintenence or even a DJ/Karaoke duo (we do it all!)  in exchange for a hookup.   If anyone has any connections in that regard, please feel free to question me further!  This is a friggin' fabulous site btw!  Many thanks, Susie

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greg (website) on Sunday, 19 May 2013 13:36

We haven't found any "gay RV resorts" just yet, but every resort we have gone to have been filled with absolutely wonderful people who really don't seem to care if a fellow RV couple is straight or gay. One of our favorite resorts is Durango RV Resort in Red Bluff, CA. The grounds are beautiful, the people are great, and they have massage services on site!For a more rural, out of the way spot, we prefer Joe Creek Waterfall RV Resort in Grants Pass, OR. It is an older park but very well maintained, great staff, and a ton of outdoor activities, if you are up for hiking and stuff.

Washington state in our opinion really lacks in high quality RV resorts. Most of the ones we have found are true horror-story rv parks that are run down, unkempt, and just plain nasty, especially around the Seattle/Tacoma area. Don't get us wrong, there are also some real treasures to be found in Washington, and we have discovered some very beautiful resorts outside the major city areas. Just be prepared to suffer the lack of satellite TV due to the thick forests, and usually rough internet access. But in reality, if internet access and tv are major concerns, why buy an RV?

We haven't found any "gay RV resorts" just yet, but every resort we have gone to have been filled with absolutely wonderful people who really don't seem to care if a fellow RV couple is straight or gay. One of our favorite resorts is Durango RV Resort in Red Bluff, CA. The grounds are beautiful, the people are great, and they have massage services on site!For a more rural, out of the way spot, we prefer Joe Creek Waterfall RV Resort in Grants Pass, OR. It is an older park but very well maintained, great staff, and a ton of outdoor activities, if you are up for hiking and stuff. Washington state in our opinion really lacks in high quality RV resorts. Most of the ones we have found are true horror-story rv parks that are run down, unkempt, and just plain nasty, especially around the Seattle/Tacoma area. Don't get us wrong, there are also some real treasures to be found in Washington, and we have discovered some very beautiful resorts outside the major city areas. Just be prepared to suffer the lack of satellite TV due to the thick forests, and usually rough internet access. But in reality, if internet access and tv are major concerns, why buy an RV?
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