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Daniel Parks

Interesting article about RV Camping. My wife and I finally decided to take RV camping next week and I think this would be the first few RV Campgrounds that we will try to visit.

Warm regards,

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

Thanks for the comment. For members, they are a great resource. We parked (9/2009) at a very nice one in Lincoln City, OR. The lodge owns a separate piece of property outside of town.


Peggy Luther

we are elk and moose members and will be looking for RV camping. Thanks for the correct name of the travel guides. We just got a small Gulfstream RV. Enough room for Bill, myself and our dog. We have had two test runs and it is quite an experience for us. Looking forward to RVing. Peggy

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

Sarah, one of my RV Lifestyle Ezine readers sent in this updated information on how to obtain copies of the Elk RV Parking Guides:

"The two Guides, one for the Western States and the other for the Southern States, each cost $18. The larger Guide for the Central and NE States costs $20. The set of three costs $45. If sent Priority Mail, add a mere $4 for a total of $49. Ron Leonard, of the Carmichael, CA, Elks Lodge, is the gentleman who keeps these guides updated. Orders can be placed by mail, by phone, or by email. Order forms can be found on the last page of an existing guide.

Mail: Send check, made payable to "RV Travel Guides" to Ron Leonard, 4721 Aldona Ln., Sacramento, CA 95841. Phone: Call (916) 971-4636 and leave your order and contact information. Be sure to leave a call-back phone number so we can confirm your order. Email: Send email to rvtravelguides@gmail.com. (It would be a good idea to call to verify the price in case it has gone up again.)

They are worth having along on your trips.


RV campgrounds

An RV offers the convenience of cooking the food we love to eat, sleeping whenever we feel the need and even take a hot shower in a remote campgrounds.

Larry Hartsell P.E.R.

Greetings fellow ELK members. Any ELK member
passing through southern Oklahoma stop by Ardmore
We now have 5 RV hookups (water & elec,30 amp.)
Ph. 580-223-2763. South on Hi 77 1 mile.just off of I 35.
We are 5 miles from Lake Murry, and 30 from
Lake Texoma. We are A friendly Lodge.Come see us.

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

Thanks for the information, Larry. I hope RVers take advantage of your facilities.


mike warner

how do I Get a book showing elks lodges
I am a member and was told their is a booklet of all elks lodges and if you can park overnite

Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

See the blog post at http://blog.rvlifestyleexperts.com/2011/02/elkdom-rv-travel-guides-update.html for a link to the form.

I have seen them for sale in some Elks Lodges too.


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