Campground Location Wrong

Discussion in 'Destinations and RV Parks' started by engrpat, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. engrpat

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    In today's listing of recent campgrounds reviewed there is a error and I have no idea who to contact. It shows a Mt. Pleasant RV Park campground as being in Texas when it actually is in Oregon. Checked the website and yup it is in Oregon.
    Any idea of who to contact?
     
  2. John Blue

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    Can you tell me more and we will fix it.

    Mt. Pleasant RV Park city name, state move to park name, city, state and date on review. Also would help to add in the ID number. You will find it to right of parks name.
     
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    It is now fixed. The problem was the web site was for a park in OR and this park was in TX and had no web site. Wrong web site was removed. Thanks.
     
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    QUOTE(John Blue @ Apr 29 2010, 11:22 AM) [snapback]21859[/snapback]

    It is now fixed. The problem was the web site was for a park in OR and this park was in TX and had no web site. Wrong web site was removed. Thanks.




    You are welcome. Had me going there for awhile. Appreciate you making the change.
     
  6. HappiestCamper

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    Now why would there need to be a Mount Pleasant in more than one state?

    Don't look at where I'm from.
     
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    I think the real question pertains to the naming of these locations. Mt. Pleasant sounds so.... pleasant. Which is okay. I mean, I think I would like to visit Mt. Awsome. Or Mt. Spectacular.
     
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    QUOTE(HappiestCamper @ Apr 29 2010, 01:26 PM) [snapback]21864[/snapback]

    Now why would there need to be a Mount Pleasant in more than one state?

    Don't look at where I'm from.



    Yes Happiest but you are from the BEST Mt. Pleasant ever!!! (Can you tell I'm a Carolina girl?)
     
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    Our town got its name from a large sand dune that used to be where Shem Creek meets the Charleston Harbor. Supposedly, this sand dune was enormous. This was back in the 1600's-1700's. No sand dunes there anymore.
     

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