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Old 07-05-2014, 09:12 AM   #1
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Any suggestions for "must see's" ? I'm headed west to ohio, then south through Kentucky, Tennessee and maybe Alabama. Final destination will be Anchor Down Resort in Dundridge Tennessee. I'm open to suggestions. I plan on visiting the corvette museum/factory tour in Bowling Green and the Kentucky Horse Park as we'll. Thanks!!
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Well, at least there are a lot of COE parks along that route. I love them because they are usually clean, with level sites, usually by water, and inexpensive.

Don't forget to pull up the Chamber of Commerce sites for the area you are visiting. They usually show you the surrounding attractions. Also, download some apps like for National Parks, State Parks, etc.

Regardless, have a great time.
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Thanks for the reply! I'll look into that
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