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Old 09-12-2012, 09:00 AM   #1
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Will be leaving from Boston Minuteman campground tommorrow headed for Cherry Hill outside DC. Any routing help would be appreciated.
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Old 09-13-2012, 05:19 PM   #2
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Delayed a day. Thought I would take 495 to I84 to I684 then 287 across Tappan Zee Bridge and continue on 287 to the New Jersey Turn pike and I95.
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You may find using the Garden State Pkwy, a shorter route. You get on it, just past the Tappanzee crossing. The trip is about 9 hours. I've left Mass around 4am and stopped for B'fast in the first rest area on the GSP. Stay a bit at the rest area and you should be able to avoid the rush hour traffic. After that you'll have about a 5-6 hour drive to Cherry Hill. If you have propane you'll need to use 695 around Baltimore as there are tunnel restrictions. I've traveled over the Key Bridge then on to the Baltimore/Washington Pkwy. Cherry Hill is an easy drive 1 exit north i think once you get to the beltway. There may be back roads off of the BWP.
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Route sounds right to me. There probably will be folks who will suggest some version of going further on 84 and then south, but IMHO, 84 is in tough shape in NY and PA, and using the GS and NJTP makes more sense.
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Appreciate the input.Ready to head out tomorrow but not at 4AM. Thanks again
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