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... an amazing and wonderful network of roads. Thank you Dwight David Eisenhower for your vision and foresight.
We opened our care package we received in Duluth from Laurelwood and were happy to see the new Oregon license plates and registration for the RV. We are now fully Oregonians! We also received the jeep registration and the title for the subaru we ...
... My family agrees that I'm good at it. Then on to what we really came here for....Waterparks. I was not all that gung-ho about going. I am not a thrill rider...UNTIL TODAY!! It was so much fun. Our hotel provided free waterpark tickets to both Chula Vista (indoor/outdoor) and Noah's Ark (one of the first waterparks) for our entire stay including the day you leave. The room was like 225 a night for a queen bunk bed and another ...
... to go from land to water with out stopping that is awesome. The upper Dells tour was good too to see the rock formations lets just face it its all just beautiful.
We had dinner at a place called Paul Bunyon's they served the food family style it was so good and it looked like a cabin on the inside whats not to love about a place like that lol.
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We stayed at a KOA near the water park Wednesday. I got up around 8:30 to do laundry. We headed to the water park around 11:00 and stayed until about 4:00. We stopped to get some cheese curds of course since we are in Wisconsin. Planning to make it past Chicago for the night then finish the drive on down to Indiana Friday and hopefully be home by evening. It has been a great family trip. Looking forward to sleeping in my own bed for one ...
... wkę plażową, trochę grilowania i jeszcze więcej urlopowego leniuchowania. We wtorek po południu wróciliśmy po trzech tygodniach niezmordowanej wędrówki znowu do Chicago. Oddaliśmy auto do wypożyczalni i razem z siostrą Lucynka i Wandą wybraliśmy się na nocną eskapadę po Wietrznym Mieście. Nasze ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Oak Campground Baraboo
While everywhere else we looked cost upwards of $45-50/night, Red Oak charges $30/night for full hook-ups (two adults) for an RV. You can't beat it...we were only 12 minutes from downtown Baraboo and the two reasons why we came here; Clown World and the International Clown Hall of Fame. Both are VERY worthy reasons to vacation in Baraboo and we'll definitely stay at Red Oak the next time too!
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