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Old 09-17-2013, 11:11 AM   #1
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Best Route to Crossville, TN.

GlenB 2005 Fleetwood expedition 38N. Headed up to Crossville, TN. mid October and trying to fix best route. We will be coming North on Hwy72 to TN. 28 North then to TN. 127 North into Crossville. Are these Hwy's RV friendly or is there a better way. Advice on what to see in that area is appreciated. Tks for the help....GlenB

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Old 09-17-2013, 03:17 PM   #2
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Glenn, if you are coming north on US 72 out of Alabama, jump on Tn 28 thru Jasper. That road connects with US 127 in Dunlap. Keep north on US 127 right on up into Crossville. Be aware however, that you will have a 7 1/2 % climb at the Bledsoe/Cumberland County line. It's a good road and has two northbound lanes all the way to the top. It is about a one plus mile climb, give or take. I do it all the time with my screaming Ford V-10! Your diesel will make quick work of it. Tn 28 and US 27 are RV friendly highways with nice scenery and easy towns to traverse.


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Old 09-18-2013, 07:31 PM   #3
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CoastieSCPO has pretty well covered the road, it's good with a steep climb at the north end of the valley. Just watch your speed through the towns. Cumberland Mountain State Park is worth a visit.
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