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Old 08-05-2012, 07:10 AM   #15
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If your into the civil war, Petersburg is good. Pamplin Historical Park I highly recommend. A lot of good sites in the area, Petersburg just dosen't promote them as they should.

Williamsburg is nice as well.
If you decide to visit Pamplin Historical Park in the Petersburg area, Pocahontas State Park is a nice place to camp.
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Old 08-05-2012, 01:11 PM   #16
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Monticello is a MUST see. Ashlawn is very close.
X2 on this. We were here in April. The KOA in Charlottesville is only a short drive away.
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Misty Mountain Campground near Charlottesville is a popular campground as well.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:48 PM   #18
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Want to follow this so that Jim doesn't have to forward info to me. The info has been great and very valuable. Also looking at the rest of the way back to WI via WV and OH probably, flexible at this time, but time is kind of short.
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Also looking at the rest of the way back to WI via WV and OH probably, flexible at this time, but time is kind of short.
We will be traveling from northern Virginia to Wisconsin (Oshkosh and the Dells) the end of this month. We always take the PA, OH, IN turnpike. We plan on stopping at Elkhart, Indiana campgrounds and visit the huge Amish flea market in Shipshewana, take a tour of the Forest River Manufacturer, visit the RV/MH Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, see the Bradd and Hall showroom for RV interior accessories (they just might have something I can't live without!), also in Elkhart. Then onward to Hammond, Indiana to visit the John Dillinger Museum, then to Oshkosh, WI and the Wisconsin Dells.


There's a lot to see in Indiana. Maybe something there might interest you.


Happy & safe travels!
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Thanks cid86

Since IN, IL are closer to home and we can and have traveled there more, we hope to highlight on VA, WV, OH after our time in TN at the Rally. If you want any info on WI that's our home and we just stayed in Oshkosh last weekend. Are you going to the EAA museum? We stayed close by there at the Circle R Campground (ok, nothing special, but reasonable priced). We noticed that there seems to be a campground right on the EAA grounds that you might want to check out. Not much for campgrounds around Oshkosh. We have been to the RV Hall of Fame just after it opened, its cool and the Amish country is interesting too. Enjoy! And Godspeed.
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We're driving East in October, and will be using the Ohio and PA Turnpikes. If we were to go from Toledo to the West border of Ohio, how much would you estimate the charges would be? We're driving a 37' Diesel Pusher towing a Saturn Aura, 4-down.
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