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  1. Great Site! Full of info, with the exception of what I’m looking for specifically. Are there places to camp along the way, and if so, do they fill up well in advance? We travel with our dog, who is blind. We have a small camper which allows for the dog to be in a familiar place if we leave during the day. Our plans are to find a “route” that would be great viewing and also to find accommodations along the way. We realize we will be limited but would appreciate your recommendations for a few different routes we might try. Thanks!

    • Great suggestion for an article… but for now it will depend on your dates. Many places close in early to mid Oct. I stayed in a nice place in 1-4 Oct near Conway NH and then in the same trip we went to a place near Woodstock Quechee VT (4-7)… But I will try to find the names this week. Lisa and I were in a 25′ fifth wheel… (I miss that and my truck… but that’s another story)… 🙂

      If you’ve been camping/RVing for a while you know Woodalls which can be a good place to start and of course look at KOA’s From there I would use them to build an itinerary around the camping spots. Maybe in 25-29 Sept in northern VT then 30-3 Oct in the White mountains and then back into VT for 4-7 Oct around Woodstock VT… Something like that and then see what place are open about those times… Your dates may be different…

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