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Old 12-20-2012, 04:57 AM   #1
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Need some input on campgrounds or state parks to stay along Interstate 77 26 and 95 on way to clearwater. First trip with 36' ft Motorhome
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Old 12-20-2012, 06:12 AM   #2
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We travel that route on our way to HHI. We stay at Ft. Chiswell RV park near Wythville, VA. Easy in and out with their pull through sites. Nice people at the desk.
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Old 12-20-2012, 06:14 AM   #3
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Have you Googled "RV Park Reviews"? That site will give you a lot of options on your route. Good luck.
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We too have stayed in Wyethville to and from Ga..
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try "A Big Sheel RV Park" in Kingsland Ga. great people (Ron and Karen) and easy in and out
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I meant WHEEL ---sorry
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You know they do not show Steeler Football in Clearwater. Anyway Flamingo RV Park in north Jacksonville could be your 2nd stop. For short term they will put you on the west side of a spring feed lake. I think all these sites are pull thru. Easy on and off the highway.
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Thanks checking these out on line. Appreciate your time.
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Old 12-20-2012, 08:34 PM   #9
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We have stayed at Ebenezer Park of Rock Hill S C. Nice city/county park not too far off I77 with reasonable rates. Also the WV Tamarack arts center on I77 encourages dry camping(quiet). A good stop with a great cafeteria with chefs from The Greenbriar Resort, good shopping, and 24hr security.

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GORMIE : I don't know when you're headed to FLA - but the DW and I are headed that way also from south east of Pittsburgh. We leave out around January 10th or so - headed to Wildwood KOA in Fla. Take I79 to I77. Plan to drive first day to KOA at Statesville, NC - about 400 miles. Then 2nd day to KOA at Richmond, GA - 300 miles or so. Then onto Wildwood, Fla. And warm weather - hopefully for a couple of months. Just need one good clear day to get from here over the mtns to NC.
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