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Old 05-09-2010, 04:39 PM   #1
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We went to Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee many years ago when we were tent camping with the kids.

Now we have a 37 ft MH with a toad and we would like to return there.

My wife seems to remember that the roads leading into the park are very narrow and curvy and she is afraid that we could not get our MH safely into the park.

Can anyone provide us with some info about a MH on the roads.
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You should be able to. I recall seeing some really big RVs in the campground. Check out the route on one of the online maps (like Google maps). We took Hwy 111 in Dunlap (we lived in the town below Dunlap). Could you have taken Hwy 30 in Pikeville? It is very curvy.
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Drove there in a 32ft class A. It was curvy, but no problems. There were lots of big motorhomes and trailers. Great place to camp!
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