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Old 07-14-2012, 09:16 AM   #1
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Just spent a couple nights at Jelly Stone water park and campground in Warrens WI and never seen a hi-lo there, seen a bunch of 32' 5th wheels but no hi-lo's, I feel honored to own one.
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Old 07-14-2012, 11:57 PM   #4
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Lol dirtfan I live just up the road from there in Tomah. We haven't camped there. There are a lot of great places in the area to camp at. Next weekend we are pulling up to Copper Falls state park. Its beautiful up there.
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Newagain, they have quite a few spots there, they have some real nice spots with shade and than there are the ones where the $100,000 campers park where there is no shade whatsoever, we had rented a cabin for a couple of days as it was cheaper to rent one of those than pull the hi-lo for 2 1/2 hours down the interstate and besides there is NO a/c in the T\V, it sure is dry in your area, everything is brown
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I hear you dirtfan its been a dry hot summer this year. Most of the state is under burn bans. That's why we like to pull up to the northern parts a lot more moisture there. Looking forward to next weekends little get away.
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I live an hour and 45 from W. Yellowstone and have seen quite a few Hi-lo's passing through this year; different from years prior. You must have hit it at the right time.

I have seen more of the similar to a Hi Lo trailers (can't remember the name) than the Hi Lo. They (Hi Lo) still are incredibly unique and very fun to have.

Hope you enjoyed Yellowstone and your vacation-hopefully you weren't the one that was recently gored by the bison.
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I think you mis-understood by about 1200 miles. Dirtfan was talking about a commercial (chain)) campground in west central -ish Wisconsin. Camp JELLYstone, as in Yogi bear and Boo-Boo. Waterpark included. I'm sure he would rather have been in YELLOWstone- where the waterparks are all natural and the bears are not so cute and cuddly.

Some idiot wallked up to a BISON , again? With a flash camera I bet.

I was tent camping in BigHorns last year which is when a gorgeous 33ft AIRSTREAM pulled into the site next to us and I realized I was getting too old to be humping tents around and busting stakes trying to drive them into gravel packed for trailers. Hope to haul my 2201 out there this fall or next summer-though running those switchbacks and grades will be slow going. If you are used to Yellowstone and Idaho ----check with us before you head east to Wisconsin and we can all tell you about more scenic spots than JELLY stone. The North Woods and Lake Superior coast is pretty impressive.

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