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Old 01-30-2007, 06:12 PM
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So who all has made reservations? Talking with Dan the other day and would like to see who all is up for camping together, you know, having the club together for there event..... I'm planning on heading out the 27th, unless $$ says otherwise.
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I am still looking for someone to share an rv site with for tenting

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just got the call to night from missy conferming my rv site at the slickrock camp ground time to get to work than..

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Old 01-30-2007, 11:32 PM
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I am still looking for someone to share an rv site with for tenting

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How big are the RV/pop-up sites? I got the impression from Missy that you can fit the RV/pop-up and one vehicle at most per site. Never having been there though...I was hoping to fit the pop-up and two vehicles on one site but Missy stated the second vehicle will have to be parked in the 'over flow' parking lot
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i know from two years ago they said if you colud not fit your whole unit in the spot you would have to put the trailers in the over flow spot i know one fellow that kept pulling his truck up on the trailer when he got back from the trail i hope there's space i have a small trailer and anyway i think it should fit wait and see i guess...

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Is there parking at the tent sites? Or would it make more sense to pay for an RV site to have your vehicle close by? Haven't been able to figure this out. I already reserved a tent site, but If I have to park away from it, that would be a pain. Since I will be driving my 40 there, all I will have is one stubby vehicle and a tent so I could potentially split an RV site with someone else in the same situation, right?

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i'd be down with that, providing that you don't drink alllll my liquor.. are the rv sites just pull in, or can you drive out from either side?
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you can fit a rig in front of your tent site.
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i'd be down with that, providing that you don't drink alllll my liquor.. are the rv sites just pull in, or can you drive out from either side?
In my correspondence with Missy my understading is that all of the 'RV' sites are either pull-in or back-in sites and marked as such on the map with either an arrow or a 'B' or 'P', if that makes sense. She stated that non of the sites are considered "pull thru". I didn't press for more information but it seemed to me that a pull in site would be akin to a pull thru otherwise how would you get the tow rig out once you disconnected I tried looking at the pics on the Slickrock Campground website but they weren't conclusive.

I was thinking that the reason a person would need to specify one over the other might be determined by which side your entrance door is on (if that even varies)?

Anyway, hope I didn't confuse the issue even more .
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