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      Update from Texas Assn of Campground Owners re: Evacuees   08/28/17

      Good morning, There are now at least 18 privately owned and operated campgrounds and RV parks across Texas that are accepting evacuees. The attached news release, updated from the one the association issued yesterday, includes the names and contact info for the parks. Consumers can also do their own research to identify parks with RV spaces and rental cabins at www.TexasCampgrounds.com and www.TexasCabinRentals.net. Please contact Brian Schaeffer, executive director and CEO of the Texas Association of Campground Owners, on his cell phone at (817) 307-0129 for any questions. We will continue to update this release over the weekend based on the feedback we receive from campgrounds and RV parks across Texas. Many thanks for including our information in your reports yesterday. We appreciate it. Sincerely, Jeff Crider
      (760) 567-9775 (cell)
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ahktmdamon

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Sure you can find many but I'm aware of friends staying at Cocopah RV resort Campgrounds and another at Araby Acres campgrounds.... both enjoy where they are .. both places look fine on their web.... we're going to stay awhile at Cocopah while out there.

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The Palms. Great aminities, modern, 10 yr old rig or newer, lots of activities. This past year entertainment on site the Oak Ridge Boys, Tony Orlando, and others. We'll be spending 2014 JFM @ The Palms.

Tom and Cile

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The Palms. Great aminities, modern, 10 yr old rig or newer, lots of activities. This past year entertainment on site the Oak Ridge Boys, Tony Orlando, and others. We'll be spending 2014 JFM @ The Palms.

Tom and Cile

the Palms is nice, but it has a few drawbacks:

1. They won't let you fly a flag on your rig.

2. They don't allow motorhomes to bring trailers on site - if you're towing a motorcycle on a trailer you have to unload the bike out front, move the trailer to a storage lot across the street (for $20 a day), then you can go to your site with your motorhome and bike. A bit inconvenient to say the least. I imagine it's the same if you have a tow dolly.

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We find the Westwind RV & Golf Resort to be the best mix of amenities, location and friendly residents. We spent a few weeks there in January 2012, and liked so much we spent February and March of 2013. We will be spending December thru March there this winter. It is centrally located to shopping, etc. Lots to do at the Cheers Lounge, restaurant, golf, pool, dances every Friday night, stage shows every Saturday night, etc. You really only have to leave the park to shop for groceries. If you decide to try Cocopah, all the sites seem to be located on the golf course well within range of bad shots. Nearly all the sites have screens to deflect errant golf balls. Plus Cocopah is located a long way from anything else in a not too good part of town.

Most of the winter residents in Yuma are from Canada. Normally very friendly, full loving bunch.

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