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Old 01-08-2010, 07:23 AM   #1
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Going form nagshead nc to blowingrock nc .What is best way to go an info on campgrounds in blowingrock.what are roads like in this area.
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Get on 95 at the nearest entrance, go south for approximately 8 hours then west on Rt.. 10 just south of the Florida state line for an hour or so, then south on Rt. 75 to exit 341. The new multi lane highway is open making easy to the CG and the site you used last winter. Spend a few weeks then check this site
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before heading north on 75 to 85 south of Atlanta then the 77 or 52 north to the cg of your choice.
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This will be in july.Cant make to fla this year to cold an snowed in 13deg.Buds in kingsland ga cold there to.How you making out?
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Been cooler than normal here too. They're all worked up over the possibility of snow flakes tonight. Glad we're here, the snow and cold at home are making the national TV news and front pages here.
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If you can forgo electric and water hookups, Julian Price Campground on the Blue Ridge Parkway could be a viable option. It's located on the Blue Ridge Parkway near Blowing Rock and is adjacent to Price Lake. Fishing and boating are allowed and the camping fee is only $19 per night, $9.50 with a Golden Age card.
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honeybear campground in boone is a great place. new owner took over in fall of 2008. done lots of improvements. close to town, but far enough out to hear nature. right off hwy 105.
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