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Old 03-03-2021, 05:53 PM   #41
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Are you a frequent I-95 Traveler? The New Green Acres RV Park at Walterboro, SC, exit #53 may interest you. Their sites are mostly long pull-thru sites with 50 AMP FHU and CATV. The park is very easy to enter and depart. On both sides of the exit road there are large big rig friendly service stations. Itís a very easy overnighter or short term retreat park with a travelerís atmosphere.

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Old 03-15-2021, 12:31 PM   #42
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Because we now live in upstate SC and Lindaís family has always lived there, we have traveled I-81 many times. And, a few times, we did it from its start in NC to its end in NY.

There are a lot of great RV Parks/CGs along I-81. Many are family oriented CGs that are always open to overnighters. This stop at Twin Bridges CG was our first. We were headed north and spotted their billboard advertisement and decided to drive in and take a look. They offered us a nice grassy 50 amp FHU site and we took it. Itís a nice clean CG with lots of activities.

The CG office/store is well stocked and has live fishing bait. Because of the stream across the road in front of our site we decided to stay two nights. We got some nice pan sized catfish from the stream and got our laundry done. We try to wash at least once at every stop because of the load size of our washer/dryer. Changing sheets and towels will normally require three loads.

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Old 04-30-2021, 06:19 AM   #43
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I-20 is one of those east/west highways we used often. This Safe Harbor RV Park is very convenient for a quick overnight stop. Just drive in and find a site, pay at a drop box and get a FHU with 50 AMPS and CATV.

I really like to get an overnight stop with a well stocked fishing pond/lake. Hardly any of the RV patronís fish in the pond and Iíve always got a nice catch from its waters.

Weíve stayed here numerous times. Pictures 1&2 was at a different site and time than picture 3.

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Old 07-26-2021, 01:57 AM   #45
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We have stayed at RV parks near or at Tucson. We were never able to get advance reservations into the RV Park at the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. They have a huge overflow section but only water & elect. So we stay at civilian RV Parks.

Our favorite is the Prince of Tucson. It is well maintained and has individual mail boxes in the main building. It usually took about 10 days to get our mail shipped there. Even though the park is old it is not antiquated. All hook-ups are modern and well maintained. Entrance and departure from the park is easy and blends right into the main flow of traffic. Parking was easy for all size rigs and all pavement was in good condition.

On this trip it had rained and there were flowers all along I8 into Tucson.

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Old 09-05-2021, 10:17 AM   #46
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This is a RV park that we often use. We highly recommend it for those that enjoy flea markets and yard sales.

There are two distinct sections in this park. One is for long term or seasonal patrons and the other is for shorter periods. Everything is FHU with many sites large enough for the largest Motor Homes and whatever they are hauling.

The adjacent Flea Market is their main drawing point. There is another Flea Market about a half mile down the road in an old drive-in movie theatre. It is about three quarters open air with less regular venders than the one at Barnyard.

Donít miss the Flight Deck Restaurant in downtown Lexington. Aviation buffs will love the motif.

http://www.flightdeckrestaurant.net/

The pictures below were taken at different times of the year to show that the foliage does change significantly with the seasons in central SC.

In one picture there are two brownish Motor Homes parked side-by-side. They were nearly identical as were the brothers driving them.

Another picture is an example of the size of the larger sites. The red roofs in the pictureís background are part of the flea market.


Another picture shows some young men trying-out their purchases from some flea market vendor.

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Rancho Verde RV Park - Camp Verde, AZ

During our full time traveling years we wintered three times at Yuma, AZ. Because the seasonal RVers will often start north early, we decided to do the same and explore some of central AZ. Itís pretty easy at that time of year to travel without reservations. We wanted to visit the attractions in and around Sedona, AZ. We found the Rancho Verde RV Park at Camp Verde, AZ to be in a great location for many side trips in the area. We got a nice pull-thru, FHU site with the camp office and laundry/rec room just a short walk across the camp road. The owners/managers lived on site and were very helpful in pointing out shortcuts to places we wanted to visit. Our traveling companions in the Montana were traveling with us and we got side by side parking.

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