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Old 02-21-2012, 09:21 AM   #1
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Need an RV park NW of Atlanta on I75, any suggestions?

Néed a place to park 40' m/h, any suggestions?

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If you are just looking for an overnight the KOA in Cartersville, GA, is not bad. Convenient to interstate and roads and sites should be able to handle your size mh. For longer stays cannot help you.

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Red Top Mtn State Park - it's 2 miles off I-75, they have 12 pull through sites. How long are you staying? there's a corps of engineers campground a few exits before you get to Red Top Mtn called McKinney Campground, larger campground, more water sites, but farther off the interstate. if you're looking to overnight on a pass through, Red Top Mtn is definitely a better stay. $28 per night with water and power hookups, and they do have a dump station. We stayed there at the end of January and we have stayed there a lot. it's a pretty nice campground
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