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Old 12-09-2012, 10:35 AM   #1
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Roads from McComb, MS to Alexandria, La.??

How are these roads? It is a combination of US Hwy. 84, 61 & 98.
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Old 12-09-2012, 09:28 PM   #2
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The shortest route from Mccomb, take 98 west and merge onto 84 west. Cross the Mississippi river at Natchez, then proceed on 84 to Archie. Take route 28 south to Alexandria,La. 98 and 84 are good roads. 28 is a through highway and should be OK. If you're leaving Peral River,La then I-12 to I-10 to I-49 is by far the best way to go.
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I was wanting to go by our dealer that we bought the fiver from which is in McComb. Also bypassing Baton Rouge would be a plus for me and the bad sections of interstate. It is only about 17 miles difference.

But if the road is not suitable for a RV I will bypass it.
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We've driven the roads from McComb to Georgetown, and those roads are OK for our 40'class A. It's been a couple of years ago. We've never been on route 28, so I can't really comment on that one. As to driving through Baton Rouge, I don't blame you. We live in a Watson, north of Denham Springs, and avoid BR anytime we can. If you have to go through BR, try to hit it aournd 10:30AM. That's when we go through if we have to and it's not terribly bad, just bad :-).
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