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Clines Corners RV Park Clines Corners, NM
97 days ago

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Geekemeritus 5 reviews

"Route 66 Overnight"

Driving late, somewhere between there and nowhere. Saw the sign & stopped. A nice discovery -- a brand new, empty RV park. Cline's Corners has been a Route 66 (and Phillips 66) travel stop since the 30's. It is a trucker's stop, so there is... Read more

Walmart Fort Scott, KS
139 days ago

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Geekemeritus 5 reviews

"All good."

Although signs say "no overnight truck parking" the service desk said it was OK to park on the north (garden center) side of the lot. All was good.

145 days ago

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Geekemeritus 5 reviews

"One of the best!"

Municipal RV Parks are my favorites places to stay. Some are bad, but when they are good they are very good. Harry McAdams is one of the best. The park is on the site of the former Hobbs Army Airfield where B-17 crews were trained during the war.... Read more

Rode Home RV Park Larned, KS
262 days ago

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Geekemeritus 5 reviews

"Was not as advertised"

If you want to visit Fort Larned and the Santa Fe Trail Center this is about your only option. However the desk guy would only accept cash and wrote the receipt on a yellow pad. Draw your own conclusion. Although there is "rodeway guest" wifi you... Read more

396 days ago

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Geekemeritus 5 reviews

"Close to Harper's Ferry and Antietam NPS"

Campground reservations here are outrageously expensive. They call themselves "resorts" and offer things that are unnecessary if your focus is the national historic parks. This is a huge lot, patrolled frequently by casino security. I talked to... Read more
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Clines Corners RV Park
Clines Corners, NM
"Route 66 Overnight"
Walmart
Fort Scott, KS
"All good."
"One of the best!"
Rode Home RV Park
Larned, KS
"Was not as advertised"
"Close to Harper's Ferry and Antietam NPS"

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