We are currently working at the beautiful Association Island KOA in upstate New York. Located on the north east side of Lake Ontario, Association Island is an amazing location full of history.
We are enjoying finally being near water again! Although I have to say that the historically high waters of Lake Ontario are a bit crazy this year. Life is certainly about the adventure!
We will be working at Association Island KOA until mid October.
Stay tuned for lots of adventures in New York and Canada (which is only an hour away). There are the Thousand Islands, Boldt Castle, and tons of wineries.
Oh, and a fun adventure on an island!
Campgrounds we have Visited:
River’s End Campground, Tybee Island, GA
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, Bremen, GA
North Little Rock KOA, North Little Rock, AR
Branson KOA, Branson, MO
Carrabelle Beach RV Resort, Carrabelle, FL
Pine Mountain RV Resort, Pine Mountain, GA
Lake Guntersville State Park, Guntersville, AL
The Great Outdoors RV Resort, Franklin, NC
Prizer Point KOA, Cadiz, KY
Statesville KOA, Statesville, NC
Staunton KOA, Staunton, VA
Jonestown/Hershey NE KOA, Hershey, PA
Aces High Campground, East Lyme, CT
Beach Rose Campground, Salisbury, MA
Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA, Bar Harbor, ME
Twin Mountain/Mt. Washington KOA, Twin Mountain, NH
Boston Cape Cod KOA, Middleboro, MA
Panther Lake Campground, Andover, NJ
Falling Waters Campsite, Falling Waters, WV
Wytheville KOA, Wytheville, VA
Chattanooga North/Cleveland KOA, Cleveland, TN
Forsyth KOA, Forsyth, GA
Riverpark RV Park, Valdosta, GA
St. Petersburg KOA, St. Petersburg, FL
LazyDays RV Resort, Tampa, FL
Orlando SW KOA, Orlando, FL
Savannah SW KOA, Savannah, GA
Campground at Barnes Crossing, Tupelo, MS
Oklahoma City KOA, Oklahoma City, OK
Amarillo KOA, Amarillo, TX
Sante Fe KOA, Sante Fe, NM
Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA, Holbrook, AZ
Williams Circle Pines KOA, Williams, AZ
Laughlin/Avi Casino KOA, Laughlin, NV
The Islander Resort, Lake Havasu City, AZ
Leaf Verde Resort, Buckeye, AZ
Tucson Lazy Days KOA, Tucson, AZ
Silver City KOA, Silver City, NM
Alamogordo/White Sands KOA, Alamogordo, NM
Carlsbad KOA, Carlsbad, NM
San Angelo KOA, San Angelo, TX
Bastrop KOA, Bastrop, TX
Sandpiper RV Resort, Galveston, TX
Lafayette KOA, Lafayette, LA
All About Relaxing RV Park, Theodore, AL
Wind Creek State Park, Alexander City, AL
Gaffney KOA, Gaffney, SC
Fire Fox/Huntington KOA, Milton, WV
Crawfordville KOA, Crawfordville, IN
Waterloo KOA, Waterloo, IA
Middlebury KOA, Middlebury, IN
Mercer/Grove City KOA, Mercer, PA
14 thoughts on “Where are we now?”
Is that a miniature horse in that picture??
I hope you will give a tour of your RV someday. I wonder how many square foot living space, and how much storage inside and out, and where your sewing area is if you have one!
You can find a tour of the RV here: https://rvlifecamping.com/2015/04/a-look-inside-our-rv/. The coach measures 37 feet long and is 12 feet wide with sliders out. We have tons of storage underneath- a virtual basement that holds quite a bit of my craft supplies. My sewing machine is currently stashed in the bedroom closet, but as soon as we become stationary for a bit, I plan on taking over the dining table. Or the picnic table on a nice day! LOL!
Thank you so much for following along!
Saw your RV on the road in Maine on Saturday I think it was around Portland- Hadn’t heard of you but saw the graphics/website on the RV- had to check it out!
Looks like a fun website- I will visit again!
We just returned from a trip to Muskogee OK to visit son and family and dodged some really bad weather on the way home. We always travel with a portable weather radio and always make sure we know what county we are in to say on top of weather conditions. Travel safe and don’t miss the train from Williams AZ to the Grand Canyon!
Lucky you! The area between Williams & Flagstaff is one of my favorites. I’d love a little piece of property to spend summers & then travel back to So. Cal. for the winters. Enjoy!
Yes! After traveling around for a bit in every direction, we are very glad we chose this area for our summer job! I love the fact that it is never too hot outside. Who knows? We may come back here to live some day! Hope you are having a great summer! Thanks so much for following along!
Suzy,we are presently camping at Cummins in Forest Park waiting to get our AC fixed. Wouldn’t you know that both would be out at the same time! Anyway we saw your RV here and wanted to say Hi and let you know we are also full timers as well. Hope we get to meet you sometime soon.
So nice to meet you! Hope your air conditioning problem was solved. They are definitely a necessity this time of year! We dropped ours off for the necessary services. Seems that maintenance is a high dollar item. But repairs are higher, so there you go.
We are currently staying with my daughter in Douglasville. We’ve been parked in their driveway since the beginning of April. Our first grandchild was born on April 20 and we are here in town for that. We will be hitting the road around mid June for our next campground job in Cape Cod, MA. It has been great being home with family, but we are ready to get back on the road. Lots of things to see and do!
How long have you been full timing? Do you work at campgrounds or just do the traveling bit? We are at the point now where we can take a few months off here and there, but still have to do a work camping job now and then. Maybe we will see each other on the road sometime! It is definitely a small world out there.
Suzi, So wonderful of you to share your granddaughter with us. There is absolutely nothing that can compare to loving a grandchild. Sorry to hear of your slider issues, my daughter is going through that right now and roof issues. Wish I could figure out how to post a picture of my two artists (Scarlett 9 and Clara 19 months, my great granddaughters ). They are so much fun. Stay safe Suzi and enjoy. Big hug, Grambo
Woohoo we are all on the move again. Congrats on this new job and happy travels. I am sitting here still in my pj`s on a wet and windy UK morning but wow Suzy that pic of you and your precious grandbaby brightened my day already. She is beautiful 🙂 Happy, safe travels.
Suggestion.. how about trying the Adirondacks of northern New York !
We spent our summer at Ponderosa Campsite in Chateaugay, NY and loved it ! We’ll be heading back next spring, God willing.
There are tons of wonderful campsites in the Adirondacks and north from there. The scenery was spectacular and the colors incredible once it got cooler. But then we headed back to our home in GA (Macon area). But it was nice getting into the cool areas.
Your life sounds wonderful. Wish I’d done the same thing earlier in my own life.
I envy your ability to RV permanently. We are a little too old to start. However, I’m really asking who designed the plaids in Bearadice and where can I buy them. I’ve tried locally, but no one seems to know.
Loving is doing,