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Old 12-19-2014, 05:07 PM   #1
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Traveling to Fla

Hi traveling from Pa to Fla in January in my Winebago Minnie TT. ,looking for advice where to stay overnight and where not to stay.Thanks
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There are many possibilities. I used Woodall's to find higher-rated locations so we weren't in the ghetto. And remember, it's just for one night so you can probably put up with some issues for a few hours.
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Old 12-19-2014, 06:22 PM   #3
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What route are you taking? We are heading down next week and will be staying at the walmart in summersville wv highway 19. Sometimes we stay at the flying j in wytheville va.
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Old 12-20-2014, 06:48 AM   #4
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Assuming you are going down I-95, there are quite a few RV parks right off the various exits that cater to quick overnight stops. Typically we stay at Pedro's Campground at South of the Border - looks tacky, but actually is a nice little camp ground with pull through full hookup spaces for less than $25. We have also used the RV Resort at Carolina Crossroads which is very nice .....
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We overnight at the Flying J at St George SC or Brunswick GA.
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Depends on which way you go. Down I-81 to 75 through Chattanooga is a much nicer drive than 95.
If you come down 75 through north GA, there is a nice KOA in Cartersville as well as Redtop Mnt. State Park. Farther south through GA on 75, there are lots of small campgrounds and KOAs with signage along the highway. Easy off/on the highway.
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Originally Posted by WA4SLC View Post
We overnight at the Flying J at St George SC or Brunswick GA.

Does the Brunswick FJ have reasonably sized RV spaces or do you stay with the trucks? We never stayed there but may in January. Need to stop at the Speedco on the other side of I95 for an oil change & that FJ would make a good over nigh.

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