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Old 01-03-2012, 07:26 PM   #1
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Midway Between Nashville & St. Petersburg, FL

We will be leaving soon from Nashville for St. Petersburg. Would like to know of a nice RV park for a stopover. Any suggestions? We have a 40' diesel rig so we would like for the park to have sites where you don't have to unhook the tow vehicle.
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Old 01-03-2012, 08:20 PM   #2
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Warner Robins, Perry, Georgia is about half way and there are several nice CG in that area.
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Twin Oaks RV Park Twin Oaks RV park I-75 Perry, Elko, Georgia, Florida in Elko, GA (8 miles south of Perry) is a convenient easy off easy on park that is very nice. Fair Harbor RV Park Georgia RV Parks - Ga Campgrounds - Ga RV Camping - Pull Thrus WiFi Cable TV in Perry can accommodate you. They have some nice pull throughs. Stay away from Bolands. They're so tight you need a girdle.
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Old 01-04-2012, 06:06 AM   #4
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Check out Eagles Rest in Valdosta, GA. Had our 45 ftr. towing in on our way South this past Sept. and it's a convenient stop for an overnight (easy off freeway access) with no unhooking.
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We have stayed several times at Eagle Roost at Georgia I-75 Exit 5, Lake Park Ga., South of Valdosta Ga. Never had to unhook, easy in and out.
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We have used Fair Harbor RV Park in Perry, GA. Nice CG, pull-thrus, just off I-75 at Exit 135.
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Thanks!

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What to see in the St. Petersburg area

One more question, we have a list of things to see but was just wondering if anyone out there has anything unusual to see that we haven't thought of.
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One more question, we have a list of things to see but was just wondering if anyone out there has anything unusual to see that we haven't thought of.
What have you not thought of?
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Old 01-04-2012, 10:34 PM   #10
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how are you going down?
I-65 south to montgomery and over across on hwy 231 to dothan then south down to I-10, near marianna then to I-75



or are you going through atlanta?
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Straight down I-75 is the best and quickest route. Try to time it with the pass through Atlanta sometime on a weekday between 10AM and 2 PM. Leave the I-285 thing alone. That is where you will find the trucks.
There are several nice rest areas between the Tn line and Fl line. Take the Macon bypass. You may find a bit of construction below Macon, but that has been going on for 20 years and is almost constant.
Also second the Fair Harbor (FHU) in Perry, or Big Oak, just below there. Have a safe trip.
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