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    We are OPEN and accepting reservations!!!!! Gunsmoke RV Park is now offering RVillagers a 10% percent discount! Just mention the promotional code: GUNSMOKE10 when calling to book your stay with us at: 620-227-8247
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  • CRSky
    CRSkyFull Time RVers:
    September 12, 2019Hiring the road soon for almost to months my wife asked me how set of clothes was I taking we’ve never done laundry on the road.
    My question how do most park laundry rooms work are they clean, safe to walk away from the machines and how much are they ...  more
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      LarandSus September 12, 2019 If you are at a decent park, the laundry is generally maintained decently, at great parks the laundry is spotless, at crappy parks, the laundry is likely crappy. Some take dollars, others quarters, some credit cards and others require a card provided by t...  more
    • CRSky
      Kay and Russ Wallace September 12, 2019 There’s no good answer to your question. Some places require you to buy a card and put money on it to do your laundry. Can’t use quarters. Each place uses a different company meaning a different card. Some places still use quarters. Prices vary from place...  more
    • CRSky
      Cindy & Kevin September 12, 2019 Yes, most parks have a laundry room and most are clean, price is anywhere from $1.50-2.50 to wash and $1.50-$2.50 dry. Some use credit cards, some have coins you buy but mostly quarters. So save those quarters😊
    • CRSky
      Mike Hendrix September 12, 2019 A campground laundry can range from Good to OK to unacceptable depending on the campground you are in.....then there are the campgrounds without a laundry.  Personally, we do laundry every two weeks and we do it at at commercial laundry....we pick a ...  more
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      Barry & Millie-Ambassadors September 12, 2019 I consider a washer dryer a must have in any rv
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      • CRSky
        Phil & Vicki September 12, 2019 I'd much rather use the space for something other than laundry and use others machines. When we are volunteers often they have the machines to use for free.
    • CRSky
      kamkmom September 12, 2019 I have never had a problem at an RV park laundromat. I don’t usually go far away, but I sit outside and read or pet my dog. In fact, I’ve had some delightful conversations with other laundry-doers. All the machines I’ve used take quarters and the price ha...  more
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      timlsalem September 12, 2019 Most of the places I've been to have laundry rooms but I usually will wait till I'm in a town.  I have found RV parks are higher then town laundries.
    • CRSky
      Mike_F September 12, 2019 I just keep buying new clothes, when the old clothes get dirty :)
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      Ann & JR Richards September 12, 2019 Have been using RV laundromats for two years now without any problems.  Costs vary from about $1.50 to $3.50 per load depending on facility so it can get expensive.  Have found that sometimes a local laundromat is better equipped and cheaper. &n...  more
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      TeamFoxy September 12, 2019 We have found that most RV parks are less expensive than those in town. Many state and COE parks are $1 wash and $1 to dry. The Encore park we are currently in is $2 wash and $2 dry for large capacity machines. We would not want to install a washer and lo...  more
    • CRSky
      Jean & John Back September 12, 2019 Most RV parks have laundry rooms but we have found with washing once a week we can need up to four machines and this is usually a challenge in most RV parks. Our usual wash day finds at a local laundromat with many machines and sometimes double size and b...  more
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      • CRSky
        LarandSus September 12, 2019 The park office will generally exchange your dollars for quarters since they empty the machines and have plenty to recycle. You don't need to mention that you won't be using their laundry.
      • CRSky
        sailsam September 13, 2019 We've not been full-timing very long - only since June 2017, just over two years.  We do our laundry usually every 4 or 5 days in the RV park - wherever we are.  We don't boondock because my wife is still working remotely as a bookkeeper and nee...  more
    • CRSky
      Roy and Evelyn September 12, 2019 Never had a problem at any camp ground!
    • CRSky
      Dooger September 12, 2019 We use both campground machines and local laundromats. Costs vary but keep a good supply of loonies(Canada) and quarters.
      We have never had a problem leaving the machines during the wash and dry cycles.
    • CRSky
      debwerni September 12, 2019 Our winter RV Resort is great but I use my splenda most of the time but if I have sheets I got to the parks laundromat.  We go to a great laundromat  not to far when it is all the bedding and if I know I take everything and the have the huge was...  more
    • CRSky
      Mike & Sharon September 13, 2019 Onboard washer & dryer are a must
      You never have laundry piling up and the cost(aprox.$50 a month) of using commercial machines is crazy(also dont know how clean they are..uh!!)
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      • CRSky
        LarandSus September 13, 2019 We have a cat. A litter box is a must that out weighs an on board washer. His box is in the laundry closet.
    • CRSky
      Just Let Me Travel - Greg and Laura September 14, 2019 Remember to have good etiquette if you do not stay with washer and dryer....do not leave clothes in washer or dryer longer than 15-20 minutes in case someone else is waiting to use the machine
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