I think both the answers above are valid for the traveler, but maybe no so if you want to stay for a couple of weeks somewhere. We are on the road in the South Carolina, Georgia area and are looking for nice places for a couple of weeks at a time near Charleston, Savannah and St Augustine. A day or two is doable, two weeks or so is a lot harder. We have found this to be true on our trip from Nevada to the East Coast too. I suggest you pick places you want tho stay for a while and try for your long term reservations. Then allow yourself an extra couple of days between those spots for R&R if it seems to be a nice town. Also try to plan any on-the-road maintenance that you can in advance. Getting work done can be a lot harder to schedule than a 50 amp RV pad.
Jim and Valerie, 2005 Winnie Adventurer 37B, 2014 Subaru Forester Toad, hitches, brakes, anti-sways, autopilot, gourmet food on a Social Security budget.
"Wave as you go by."