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Old 10-04-2012, 07:10 PM   #1
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Overnight stops?

I'll be traveling from Virginia to Birmingham Al soon via I-85 to I-20. I plan to make this a 2 day trip down. Any suggestions on places I can stop and stay overnight on the way NC, SC, and Ga (Atlanta area). I know there are some wal-marts, truck stops, rest stops etc. Any other camper friendly places? I'm towing a pull behind. Thanks in advance

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I'll be traveling from Virginia to Birmingham Al soon via I-85 to I-20. I plan to make this a 2 day trip down. Any suggestions on places I can stop and stay overnight on the way NC, SC, and Ga (Atlanta area). I know there are some wal-marts, truck stops, rest stops etc. Any other camper friendly places? I'm towing a pull behind. Thanks in advance

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For safety reasons, I wouldn't suggest staying anywhere in the "Atlanta" area. Perhaps the State park at Stone Mountain, but other than that, I would stay well out of the Atlanta area if overnighting. Don't know of any particular campground, but the N. Ga. mountains (Blairsville area and others) are beautiful this time of year.
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We are headed that way in a few weeks ourselves. We've stayed at the WM in Douglasville GA a time or two before - I-20 Exit 34. I recently called and was told its still ok. There is another a bit farther that it's ok to park in Villa Rica GA. We have not used that one before.
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For safety reasons, I wouldn't suggest staying anywhere in the "Atlanta" area. Perhaps the State park at Stone Mountain, but other than that, I would stay well out of the Atlanta area if overnighting. Don't know of any particular campground, but the N. Ga. mountains (Blairsville area and others) are beautiful this time of year.
Just curious why you'd say that?
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Thanks for the replies..I'm sure there are some campgrounds off the highway, but hate to spend money on a site just to sleep overnight if I can find an alternative. I am sure I can find a rest area or truck stop. At least I hope so.
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