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Old 04-20-2014, 03:45 PM   #1
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Overnight stops - I-75 N - Ft. Myers to Cincinnati

Need suggestions for recommended overnight stops northbound from Ft. Myers to Cincinnati on I-75 North. Looking for best Wal-Marts, Cracker Barrels, etc. but not truck stops. Will do approximately 300-350 miles per day max.

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Found this Georgia I-75 Rest Areas and Service Plazas | The I-75 Exit Guide

3 northbound access only Georgia Welcome Center
Handicapped Facilities, Public Rest Rooms, Public Telephones, Picnic Area, Vending Machines, RV Dump Station
Tabs at top of link for TN and KY too. Safe travels.
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We just found this RV stop on our last trip to FL. Carroll's Country Store and RV at I-75 exit 81 or 82 near Ashburn GA. It is no resort, but a quick in and out near the interstate and they include a country breakfast with your overnight stay, $30. They also sell some really good sausage and other meats at the country store.
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Our usual overnight stop is at Renfro Valley RV park. They have a special section that is all pull-throughs for the longest of rigs. A few blocks away is a truck stop with reasonably-priced fuel. I think it is KY exit 63 or 64.
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Need suggestions for recommended overnight stops northbound from Ft. Myers to Cincinnati on I-75 North. Looking for best Wal-Marts, Cracker Barrels, etc. but not truck stops. Will do approximately 300-350 miles per day max.
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When traveling any major highway/interstate we "overnight" in rest areas, unless we need something, (food, fuel supplies, a place to dump, etc.).

Along I-75, between Ft. Myers and Cincinnati, Rest Areas are "everywhere"

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Even if you don't camp at Carroll's Country Store, make it a rest stop, especially if you like sausage.
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