I,m in for whatever for Fri. night, If everyone from down that way heads up Sat .morning , I'll probably get a room in Crockett, Fri. night. --- Katrina Martin <k.d.martin@xxxxxxx> wrote: > Thanks Sammie for checking out Paradise RV Park. > > We seem to have many problems finding a good place > to camp. I made > the decision last year about where we camped, it was > ok but the > bathrooms sucked. We have also stayed at Weches > State park, they had > park ninjas. > > So where does the TCB want to camp? > This is our choices so far: Piney Woods RV Park, > Camp Tonkawa, or > just drive up early Saturday morning for the show > then stay at > Sammie's farm on Saturday night. > Or maybe stay at Sammie's on Friday & Saturday > night? It's free and > he has running water & electricity. (Denis promises > to rent a room > for us to shower!) > I can call Piney Woods RV or Camp Tomkawa to make > the reservations. > Just please help me make the decision on where to > camp. > > Katrina & Dan Martin > 71'bus "Homer" > http://web.mac.com/danandkatrinamartin > http://ical.mac.com/danandkatrinamartin/Volks32Shows > > > From: sammie smith > > To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > Sent: Monday, January 22, 2007 10:20 PM > > Subject: [tcb] Re: Nac camping > > > > Katrina: Sorry I haven't gotten back to you. > Paradise was no > > paradise. Not very pleasing, rates much too high > for what you get, > > in fact I don't think I would want to stay there > if it were free. > > Good points are that it does have a small lake and > is relatively > > close to the show site (about 2 miles.) There is > another rv park > > in Nac that is about 4 miles from the show site > that is just open > > field with hookups that is along side the service > rd on NW loop > > Piney woods RV park #936-560-1287. No real > asthetics, just flat > > ground with no trees but is within walking > distance of a good > > restaurant. I did drive up to Camp Tonkawa and > take a look around > > since it had been awhile since I had been there. > Looks pretty > > nice, rolling terrain with lots of trees and they > do have > > facilities like showers bath etc. Disadvantage is > that it is about > > 17 miles from the show site and not near anything. > Did not > > investigate the one you found on Rayburn because > it is a long way > > away (maybe as much as 50 miles but would have to > map it to be > > sure.) And of course there is Mission Tejas State > park where you > > guys camped 2 years ago. Another possibikity is > my farm which is > > about 6 miles out of town and about 8 miles from > the show site. > > Would make a good place to camp. Water and > electricity are > > available but we would have to rent a port a potty > for those who do > > not like to use trees and bushes. It's about 2 > miles from a > > restaurant and stores. Big advantage is that it's > free. > > Disadvantage is that you might have to watch where > you step since > > there are cattle on the place. If you and Dan > want to take a day > > and come to Nac we can go look at all of the > possibilities. Or if > > you want more info out of me just let me know. > Personally I think > > Murray would look just fine camping out at the > farm known > > affectionally as "the old volks home." > > > > Katrina Martin <k.d.martin@xxxxxxx> wrote: > > Hey , How did it go? Was it that bad? You never > did comment about > > the paradise lake resort. Come on, was it like a > resort in any way? > > > > Katrina & Dan Martin > > 71'bus "Homer" > > http://web.mac.com/danandkatrinamartin > > > http://ical.mac.com/danandkatrinamartin/Volks32Shows > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Paul Smith www.23window.com/thezone T.C.B. H.B.B.