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post Mar 24 2005, 04:20 PM
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Thanks for the info Beastdriver and Kimo,

I bought a new map at walmart and I will hold off on the buying the other books. I think the web is the best source as far as finding out info on a town or campground. It may be bias but I won't go to a campground that doesn't have a web site. I also bought some of those bright orange leveling blocks, they won't fall apart in the rain like those books.


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post Mar 26 2005, 04:42 PM
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Keep in mind that a person with a bad experience is driven to "make it known" to all who will listen and post a review about a bad experience. People who have a quality experience tend to expect it and usually have to remember and make a point of writing a good review.

Reviews are subjective as are the rating numbers given in the big directories. We usually look at the things that are important to us and when we arrive check out the campground. If we don't like it, we move on. We've found that the TL directory is more accurate and so we go with that if we have no other sources. We never rely on any one medium.


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post Mar 27 2005, 01:22 PM
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You bring up some good points Mr. Camper. When you have a good experience
it's hard to list everything, but when you have a bad one it seems to flow out freely. I look at the year and dates a person visited a CG very closly though.
It seems CG's switch owners quite frequently. It seems as if the only thing the
review books are good for are to find out specifics of the CG. I agree with looking at different reviews or sources. smile.gif


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post Mar 30 2005, 02:05 AM
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Just thought I would chime in. We don't accept ads from campgrounds and have no plans to ever do so. We have been approved for google ads for a while, and I'll probably add them one day. They won't influence any campground reviews.

I really want the google ads to show entertainment, attractions, and resturants for cities they are associated with and exclude any google campground ads. Until I work this out, I'm reluctunt to add them.


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