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Old 07-11-2006, 04:43 PM   #1
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Last year, we found it extremely pleasant to learn the welcome station, off I-95 at the northern most point after leaving the Georgia state - had super nice "pull thrus" for RVers.

It's quiet, well - maintained, and no where "near" where the truckers park.

Watch for the signs when you enter this Welcome Station (Rest Stop) - to direct you to the RV parking area.

No hookups - but just "off" the artery road" in the RV area, and no backing up - just pull straight out, back onto artery road, follow the signs to exit the welcome station and re-entry southbound.
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Last year, we found it extremely pleasant to learn the welcome station, off I-95 at the northern most point after leaving the Georgia state - had super nice "pull thrus" for RVers.

It's quiet, well - maintained, and no where "near" where the truckers park.

Watch for the signs when you enter this Welcome Station (Rest Stop) - to direct you to the RV parking area.

No hookups - but just "off" the artery road" in the RV area, and no backing up - just pull straight out, back onto artery road, follow the signs to exit the welcome station and re-entry southbound.
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Old 07-11-2006, 04:55 PM   #3
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The Welcome station on entry to Florida from the West on Interstate 10 is good too.
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