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Bandits Roost Campground Wilkesboro NC

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Debbie & I just returned from a camping trip at the Army Corps of Engineers "Bandits Roost Campground" at W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir close to Wilkesboro NC. We stayed on one of our favorite sites there, #28. This campground is a great place for kayaking, power boating, fishing, with many other activities in the area, too.

 

http://www.recreation.gov/camping/bandits-roost/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=73074

 

Here's a few photos:

 

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Bill

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Buzzy,

 

Thanks!

 

We camp at Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds around the nation every opportunity we have.There were many folks out walking their dogs during our stay!  We had water & electricity at our site. Campers receive a discount when 62 or older with discount cards.

 

http://www.swf-wc.usace.army.mil/canyon/Recreation/Passes.asp#Golden

 

 


Bill

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We've stayed in many Corps campgrounds, and have had great experiences. Don't remember ever having power available, but some beautiful campsites, and of course, water views.

 

Have you seen/purchsed the book, "Camping with the Corps"?

 

And gee, Ridenfly, those photos are just awesome! Look like they were professionally staged. Love the campsite, views, and of course, your Ollie.

 

Sherry

 

 

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Have not seen the book “Camping with the Corps”, yet. Need to get one!

 

Here's another Corps website:

 

http://corpslakes.usace.army.mil/visitors/camping.cfm

 

We take "too" many photos and have pleasant surprises camping around the nation. Here's some photos taken

 

while camping a Corps Campgrounds around the nation:

 

Minnesota:

 

We purchased a bear from this Lady:

 

 


Bill

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Bill, those are great photo's.  Thanks for sharing!  Mike

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Thanks,

 

Hope to take "Many Photos" in the near future with the Ollie!!!!!

 

Looking forward to new owner reports/photos when new Ollies are picked up at the factory in the near future!


Bill

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Just returned from another camping trip at Bandit's Roost. Spent time on the Blue Ridge Parkway during this trip.

 

 

 

Blue Ridge Parkway NC & VA:

 

 


Bill

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I don't think I would like a site within 1/4 mile of her.... She should be using electric saws! However I am a big Stihl fan, so maybe I would give her a little slack.

 

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Nah!

 

Are there no rules about commercial activity and disturbing the peace?

 

John Davies

 

Spokane WA

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John,

 

At the time she was one of seven Women in the world making these for a living with power saws. The little bear is guarding our front porch! We bought the black bear on the left for $50 from her at an antique tractor show.

 

We were camping at a ACE campground in western Illinois when the family camping next to us invited us to the antique tractor show. Their family was showing 5 tractors there.

 

 


Bill

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