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Old 08-02-2013, 09:12 AM   #1
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Got one more month in Tennessee and then we will be heading out for Florida. Don't have to be there until Oct, so got a month to travel the east coast. What is some of the recommendations for things to see and
do? Looking for inexpensive, after all am on a budget. Does anyone know of any national parks with camping between South Carolina and
Florida? Also, what is your favorite route?



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Georgia has great state parks. Consider Savannah a stopping point. There are two state parks that are a ways from anything but are very nice. One is Skidaway Island SP and the other is Fort McAllister SP. both are nice. SISP is closer than FMSP. Lots to do for free. I've learned that Savannah is a great place to visit.
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Georgia has great state parks. Consider Savannah a stopping point. There are two state parks that are a ways from anything but are very nice. One is Skidaway Island SP and the other is Fort McAllister SP. both are nice. SISP is closer than FMSP. Lots to do for free. I've learned that Savannah is a great place to visit.
Thanks for the info, I did check and they look to be nice. Might stop, looking at a couple of private campgrounds in the area that offer full hookups, etc with better rates. Seems the state parks in that area charge the same as the campgrounds in Savannah and offer less.
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How about some of the Corp of Engineer campgrounds. There are lots of them located in the southeast and if you have one of the Federal Access Passes, the camping cost is 50%. Most do not have sewer hookups but have dump stations. The ones we have stayed at have been wonderful.
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How about some of the Corp of Engineer campgrounds. There are lots of them located in the southeast and if you have one of the Federal Access Passes, the camping cost is 50%. Most do not have sewer hookups but have dump stations. The ones we have stayed at have been wonderful.

Thanks will check, do have the Senior Pass and have used it at several places.
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get the app rvparky.com and type in the city and it will list all campgrounds in area. I find it more useful that the so called directories who favor certain brand camp ground. (ie. those that purchase ads) safe travels..ed
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Thanks will check, do have the Senior Pass and have used it at several places.
Found a C.O.E. park on the Georgia/South Carolina border. 11.00 a night for elect/water and on the water. Will check it out when we head to Florida.

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