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- Mar 25, 2018
I haven't personally witnessed this, but I also steer clear on high demand campgrounds. Pretty much all camp ground raise rates at peak time anyway.
Yep. Living in NC and wanting to go to the nicer parks in SC certainly requires advance planning unless you get lucky and find a last minute spot. If they are really using this new model, it will get worse. Adding to it is that our favorite SC CG, Hunting Island, lost half it's spots to Hurricane Matthew in 2016. No more beachfront loops.Has anyone had a hard time finding a park where you can just at a whim go for a weekend and not have to reserve a year out!!!!!
The only time we had in trouble was when we started looking to travel to Florida from East Tenn. We were a couple of months out and wanted to stay outside Apopka at Wekieva Springs and they were booked solid. We called several near our son (in Davenport) and everything that way was booked solid. We ended up paying double to get to stay in the park his Tiny House is in. This year we made our reservation much earlier and had not problems.Has anyone had a hard time finding a park where you can just at a whim go for a weekend and not have to reserve a year out!!!!!