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Old 11-01-2015, 06:25 AM   #1
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Overnight stop along I 95

Been traveling this area for several years, but was thinking I could just catch a walmart or something, since I travel alone now.
Has anyone stayed at the walmart at Pooler ,Ga., easy to access with Big Rig?
Other places along that general area would be OK also..
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Been traveling this area for several years, but was thinking I could just catch a walmart or something, since I travel alone now.
Has anyone stayed at the walmart at Pooler ,Ga., easy to access with Big Rig?
Other places along that general area would be OK also..

I have stayed north of there at Walterboro, SC and south of there at Brunswick, GA. Both were nice & I would stay again. Also Flying Js fairly close to both.


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Old 11-01-2015, 08:06 AM   #3
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Walmarts that don't allow overnight parking.
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Old 11-02-2015, 06:04 AM   #4
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There are lots of RV parks right off I95. Most don't cost a fortune for one overnight.
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About an hour SOUTH of Pooler on (I-95) is Exit 49,,, If going south turn right, Drive about 3 miles and the road does a hard right.. GO STRAIGHT
About a quarter mile to Cathead Creek Ranch RV park (3rd of 3 driveways at the north end of a white rail fence) No trees so your Sat TV will work 100% (Free park cable) Decent Wi-Fi, one Washer/Dryer (1.00 each per load). the web page needs updating but the rates are there. Discounts for some folks.
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+1 on Walterboro, SC. Very popular spot!
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There's also the Hardeville RV park on US17. Its actually easier to get to from 95 than going to Pooler. It not fancy but it works and its a Passport America park too.
X2 on the Brunswick WalMart.
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Old 11-04-2015, 05:00 AM   #8
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thanks for all the responses, my idea was to stop at walmart because I usually don't hook up and I usually leave early, so it wasn't all about saving money, even though the daily rate is the most expensive.
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There is a very nice Walmart in SC I think it is in MANNING . I can check my trip log and post it later. It is easy off and easy on from 95 and has a larger parking area to the right of the store. It almost seems it was set up for RV over night parking. It is well lite and the fairly level. Last time we stopped there were 12 to 15 others there.
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Another vote for New Green Acres in Walterboro, SC. Flat, level, grassy sites. I think all are pull through, some if not all have full hookups. Great for a quick overnight stop. Was just there in October on our way to Disney & back. Oh, and inexpensive - I want to say $28?
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It is exit 57 in SC which is less than an hour from the Georgia border.
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thanks guys, I just stopped in Brunswick at coastal ga rv park, their sites are long enough you don't have to unhook the toad.
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been using Walkabout cg woodbine ex 6 abt 2-3 mi off 95 use to be king george people from Aust.
all pull thru PA around 17.they have done a lot to spruse it up
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