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Rox


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Dog friendly Caravan Parks




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Geeeez, cant wait for your next stop to see what else you have to winge about

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-- Edited by Rox on Monday 26th of April 2010 06:58:28 PM

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Where are they in Queensland..Friendly caravan parks

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Hi yah!  goinsoon...Do you know of any caravan parks doggie friendly

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Look up Camps 5, they have free camping as well as parks that take dogs.
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Have a look at this site. www.ozparks.com.au

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welcome wrote:

Hi yah!  goinsoon...Do you know of any caravan parks doggie friendly



you are  asking the wrong person. I am not a dog friendly caravanner

 



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Try this site for more info on pet friendly parks

http://garystratton.com/default.asp?iId=KKKDD

Dont forget that most showgrounds if not all are pet friendly and if you are not after all of the trimmings that a cp offers, then showgrounds are the go and their prices are well below what you pay in a cp and oh yes most showgrounds are within easy walking distances to the shops etc


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Thank you again Allara...I have only just looked at your post in answer to my question...Great site  Camp 5.....My wife is going to be the navigater.......The Coaster is starting to take shape......Should b 100% next week after a few more alterations

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Just been on the Kangaroo Island information site and they are pet friendly. There is also a dog kennel there if you want to spend a day etc in the conservation area. Day rate quoted at $20 for one dog plus $10 for extra dog in same run.
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Nice one in WA at Horrocks Beach-this is a beautiful spot only 20ks off NW coastal H'way from Northampton


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goinsoon wrote:

welcome wrote:

Hi yah!  goinsoon...Do you know of any caravan parks doggie friendly



you are  asking the wrong person. I am not a dog friendly caravanner

 

Yeah, we all know that!nonofurious


 



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