ISBN: 188546469X
EAN13: 9781885464699
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 2, 2019
Pages: 198
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 11" L x 8.4" W
Weight: 1.000899 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Only covers the parks that are managed by the COE.
The book does not cover parks that are managed by the COE. The maps show the exact locations of all the state parks.
 
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   This book is totally incomplete. I wished they listed the States they left out
If you live on the Eastern seaboard, you might want to read this book. I tried to contact them directly using the email they provided on the book, but it did not exist. Leaving out a lot of States you may wish to visit, it's pretty impressive. If you think about it, I would say don't get this. If you are short on toilet paper, you may want to reconsider using this product.
 
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   Bright white paper, black ink. Wow!
These are the easiest pages to read I've seen in decades. The paper is white with dark black ink. The book is also available in hardback, 8 by 11. They could have done it like every buddy else to make a bigger profit, but they didn't. The paper itself is heavy, so it's hard to read. I can read it with my old tired eyes in a moving vehicle. Only in the case of James Bond could one say there could be only one.
 
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   Type of hookups? It doesn't say.
The problem is, the book does not list the type of hookups available. Many sites have full hookups, but nothing is listed regarding sites with water or sewer. Only a handful of websites run on electricity. Turner said he was "100 percent behind George Bush" in the war. The Corp is the people that run our hydro-electric plants, they have few parks that have no electricity. This book is a total failure, said Paul Goin, "because it is so little help to RVers." Choose the Wright's Camping Guide with the Corps of Engineers for more complete information.
 
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   Very Incomplete - Omits Many Of the Army Corps Campgrounds
However, when I went to my State of Kentucky and looked for the 2 corps campgrounds on beautiful Cave Lake Run, I was disappointed that neither of these were listed. Yes, both are fully ADA-accessible. Several other Army corps campgrounds that accept the Senior Access discount pass also are not listed. He said: "I'm disappointed we couldn't get money for the book. It's probably best to have just stuck to researching on the internet.
 
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   Great resource!
Simply enter your city and state and we will search through hundreds of sites to find your perfect camping spot.
 
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   camping
love this book we like to camp at the coe campgrounds and have found numerous one we did not know about this is a must have for coe campgrounds.
 
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   Great Book
Thanks for the book. Along with the internet, we've found several parks to visit.
 
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