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Old 04-23-2005, 03:00 AM   #1
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Hi,

Around mid-May we should be traveling from Branson, Mo. to Norfolk, Va and will be traveling along the Ky./Tn. border. I am looking for neat places to visit and things to do if any of you might have any suggestions. Detours are not a big deal.

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Hi,

Around mid-May we should be traveling from Branson, Mo. to Norfolk, Va and will be traveling along the Ky./Tn. border. I am looking for neat places to visit and things to do if any of you might have any suggestions. Detours are not a big deal.

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Old 04-25-2005, 02:10 PM   #3
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Look for info on Land Between the Lakes which is on the KY/TN border not far from MO. There are several camgounds and it is a long skinny area between the lakes, literaly. There is historical places and other interesting areas. It is a lake and navigable river with locks. Then further east is Big South Fork National Rec Area. It is a beautiful river area and there is camping up in KY at Blue Heron campground and then there is a larger area don in TN. Both of these can be found doing a Goggle or other search for these National areas
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Thank you very much Koko......
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If you get into the Nashville area there's tons of stuff to do. Also, I recommend Seven Points Campground, a Corps of Engineer park located just 7 miles east of Nashville.

It's located on J. Percy Priest Lake, and close to the Hermitage, the historic home of President Andrew Jackson. Seven Points is one of the most visited Corps of Engineers campgrounds in the nation. The campground has 60 overnight sites with water and electric hook-ups with a dump station.

Sites are $18.
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If you get near Bowling Green KY there is the Corvette Museum and factory ( there is a website that gives details but I've misplaced it )and Northeast of there is the Mammoth Cave National Park. Can't help with campground suggestions but the area around Mammoth Cave seemed to have alot of advertising for places to stay...
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Old 04-26-2005, 03:01 AM   #7
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Hey thanx much for the replies.

I have five days to get from Branson to Norfolk. We will be in Bowling Green and Nashville is a good option, Grand Ol' Opry is definitely worth a stop.

I've heard of the Corvette Museum and that is one reason why Bowling Green in on my list.

Again, THANK YOU..Jim
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