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Old 02-20-2016, 08:06 AM   #1
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Red Bay Route

Ok, I'll try that again. We're traveling to Red Bay,we're currently at Vicksburg MS. Does anyone have suggestions on the best route that would avoid small towns,narrow roads and tight corners? Should I separate the toad at some point?
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I would take the Natchez Trace Parkway to Tupelo and then US78 (I22) east to exit 113 (I think) which is MS 23. North on 23 and that takes you right into Red Bay. I've traveled those roads and they are fine for a class A pulling a toad.
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I would take the Natchez Trace Parkway to Tupelo and then US78 (I22) east to exit 113 (I think) which is MS 23. North on 23 and that takes you right into Red Bay. I've traveled those roads and they are fine for a class A pulling a toad.

Agree! Just watch your speed on the Natchez Trace! I've known people to get tickets at 55 MPH (speed limit is 50)!
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That's good route. The NTP is very scenic and light traffic. Just be aware there are no services on the parkway at all. You have to exit into a town to get any fuel, food, etc.
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The scenery on the NTP doesn't really change much. Just a quiet, 50 mph, 2 lane road through the same kind of trees. After about 45 minutes it kinda gets boring.

I'd take I 20 east to I 55, I 55 up to Winona or Grenada, then go east from either to the NTP, then the NTP to Tupalo.
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