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Bed bugs and head lice

Posted by justretired (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 15, 12 at 10:26

I am hoping that this heading will get some response LOL. The KOA Kamping Kabins post is actually related to potential existence of these creatures in a cabin used by the general public. Please read the KOA post and help!!!!

Thank you


It just occurred to me that maybe no one has stayed in these cabins, hence the lack of responses. If so, please forgive the repetition:)

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RE: Bed bugs and head lice

Black light flashlights are made. Get one and go check out some of the KOA camp cabins and see what you find. This would be the best way to find out. The camp grounds should allow you to check out the cabins since you are a potential customer.

These days many people prefer the creature comforts of motor homes for traveling. It is one way to not take a chance on bugs in camp cabins or motels/hotels.

RE: Bed bugs and head lice

Hi Krissie

Never thought about a black light flashlight! Probably find more than bugs with that! Yes, we had a travel trailer for many years and we did love it because we slept in our own bed every night and knew it was clean. However, as we have gotten older, pulling it on trips has gotten to be too much. Because we camped at KOA''s sometimes and saw the cabins we thought it might be a fun way to stay at a campground just like the old days. But not if they are not clean!

Guess we will just have to check some places out as you suggested...We can always walk away if it is unacceptable. Thanks for the response.


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