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old-n-lovinit
Hi folks ... we're looking for a quiet RV park in New England to call home during the summer. The kids are long-gone and we're taking some time off away from it all. Does anyone have any suggestions for a quiet place (no kids) with decent amenities? NH or ME would be best.

Has anyone heard about -The Bluffs adult resort- in NH? We like the idea of being able to park the RV as a home base and do day trips in the mountains and to the coast.

Thanks!
GaryWT
QUOTE(old-n-lovinit @ May 15 2008, 10:19 AM) *

Hi folks ... we're looking for a quiet RV park in New England to call home during the summer. The kids are long-gone and we're taking some time off away from it all. Does anyone have any suggestions for a quiet place (no kids) with decent amenities? NH or ME would be best.

Has anyone heard about -The Bluffs adult resort- in NH? We like the idea of being able to park the RV as a home base and do day trips in the mountains and to the coast.

Thanks!


The Bluffs are part of Danforth Bay. I believe Bluff campers can go there but they cannot go to the bluffs. I believe it is nice, That's Camping web has some people that camp there.

Also check out Wild Duck near Old Orchard ME, I believe that is adult only as well.
Fireman Jake
QUOTE(old-n-lovinit @ May 15 2008, 12:19 PM) *

Hi folks ... we're looking for a quiet RV park in New England to call home during the summer. The kids are long-gone and we're taking some time off away from it all. Does anyone have any suggestions for a quiet place (no kids) with decent amenities? NH or ME would be best.

Has anyone heard about -The Bluffs adult resort- in NH? We like the idea of being able to park the RV as a home base and do day trips in the mountains and to the coast.

Thanks!

You will LOVE the Bluffs. Several guys (retired from the firehouse) have sites there. The parent company (Purity Springs) do one hell of a job. The entire complex is connected to Danforth Bay (The old Shaw Town Camp Ground). Very clean.
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