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    joe wheeler state resort park, rogersville al.

    stayed in the primitive c/g. pretty nice. outhouses are kinda rough but just walk on over to the main c/g if you're that picky. the price was a little steep for what you get.
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    Re: joe wheeler state resort park, rogersville al.

    Still looks very peaceful and quiet.....

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    Re: joe wheeler state resort park, rogersville al.

    Quote Originally Posted by thatdude View Post
    stayed in the primitive c/g. pretty nice. outhouses are kinda rough but just walk on over to the main c/g if you're that picky. the price was a little steep for what you get.
    Camping in a primitive campground has its own rewards..
    1. you don't get the big RV's looking to place there big awnings.
    2. the crowds are fewer
    3. Usually the campers there are really really helpful and friendly.
    4. fewer rules. Just clean it up like you found it when you leave.
    5. a heck of a lot cheaper than the commercial campgrounds.

    One of my favorite places to camp is a primitive campground on SR-4 in California called Mosquito Lakes.. I put a review on this site.

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