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Old 10-12-2008, 04:15 PM   #1
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Our family is headed to Disneyworld to stay in Fort Wilderness for two weeks March 27th to April 9th. We just joined Passport of America and would like to utilize the membership by staying in their campgrounds on the way to and from Michigan. We're looking at staying at Renfro Valley Campground in Kentucky the first night (March 27th, 2009 - late arrival), but we'd like some opinions on what campground to stay on our second night - somewhere near the Georgia/Florida border on I-75. We will both need pull through sites that will accomodate 35' motorhomes with a toad. When we head back home in April, we'll need a campground around Macon or Atlanta, GA for our first night - then somewhere in northern Kentucky or southern Ohio near I-75 for our 2nd night. We're not looking for anything fancy, but we WOULD like something we feel safe in - and have clean restrooms, etc. We'd like big, level sites. Thank you!
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Our family is headed to Disneyworld to stay in Fort Wilderness for two weeks March 27th to April 9th. We just joined Passport of America and would like to utilize the membership by staying in their campgrounds on the way to and from Michigan. We're looking at staying at Renfro Valley Campground in Kentucky the first night (March 27th, 2009 - late arrival), but we'd like some opinions on what campground to stay on our second night - somewhere near the Georgia/Florida border on I-75. We will both need pull through sites that will accomodate 35' motorhomes with a toad. When we head back home in April, we'll need a campground around Macon or Atlanta, GA for our first night - then somewhere in northern Kentucky or southern Ohio near I-75 for our 2nd night. We're not looking for anything fancy, but we WOULD like something we feel safe in - and have clean restrooms, etc. We'd like big, level sites. Thank you!
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Make sure you check out any limitations the member campgrounds may place on the PA discounts. Many campgrounds in Florida exclude December through March because these months are very popular for Snowbirds.
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Last year in December, we stopped for an overnight at Lee's Country Campground near White Springs, FL. It has 38 sites with some pull throughs and can accommodate large rigs. It has 50 amp electricity and access is easy from I75.

Nice, clean little park and is an excellent overnight stop for $14.17 with the tax.
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