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Old 11-02-2013, 05:29 PM   #1
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Traveling to Florida from NY what should we put on the list to see / Suggested POIs

We will be taking a slow trip down and a slow trip back from Rochester NY to Fort Myers Fl

We want to travel two different routes, one down and one back.

We have the option of towing an open trailer with a Jeep as a run about, or not (we are working on an enclosed trailer but because of the need for extra height will not be able to get one for this trip (has to be ordered))

We are interested in scenic views, POI dealing with industrial revolution (not interested in civil war)

What was the best spot you have stopped at on this trip and the best way to travel.

Was a run about needed at this stop (can we park the MH 39 foot American Dream) at the POI?

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Old 11-02-2013, 06:02 PM   #2
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If you want to go to places in Georgia, their state parks are very nice. Especially the ones north of Atlanta and can provide some great hiking and views(Cloudland Canyon is really great) plus others, Amicalola Falls and Anna Ruby Falls in Helen, Ga . In north Florida you can go to Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna. If you like the water and want to see the coast, St. George Island is great. Also all the theme parks are fun to visit. Come over to the east coast and go to the largest Harley shop in the world. While there also go to the Daytona International Speedway for a tour. St Augustine, the old town is nice to visit.
I would take your Jeep.

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We traveled from Quakertown, PA. We are now in Alva, FL 15 miles from Ft. Myers. Our route to get around the DC and Baltimore was US 1 to US 13 from Newark. This route takes you over the Chesepeake Bay bridge into VA. The bridge is long with 2 tunnels under water. A very scenic drive. You must shut off all propane before toll booth. We stayed in VA beach. Traveled mostly on US17. Then in NC and visited outer banks. Then to Charleston, SC. Many things to do in Charleston. Then to Jacksonville, FL. While there we spent majority of time visiting St. Augustine. Traveled 95 to I4 through Orlando then US27. Your best bet would be I75 into Ft. Myers.

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