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post Feb 12 2013, 01:36 PM
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Hi everyone,

We're close to purchasing a Coachmen 320BHDS, which is 36'11" long and has 2 deep slides plus an opposing mini slide for the kitchen. Love the floor plan, but the main thing I'm worried about is that most campgrounds might not have large enough campsites.

We enjoy county parks, city parks, and state/federal campgrounds. We're not 'RV Resort' people as a general rule...so we like that it's 30 amp, and under 11' tall. But there is the length issue.

Would love some input before it's too late. Anyone?
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post Feb 13 2013, 04:22 PM
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I always look for the 'tight roads, low branches' comments in the reviews before I book, and when I call for reservations (never on-line) I talk to the person and let them know I have a long camper and a long truck and need lots of room to maneuver. More often than not, my issue is having enough room to back in because the turning radius on the truck is so big, I end up running out of room across from my campsite. Pull Thru sites are much better for me. We did 'length' ourselves out of our favorite county park - the roads are too narrow to be comfortable getting in and out.
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