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RE: Campground Near Savannah/I-95

Try Camp Jasper in Hardeeville,SC....ask for a pull thru if needed..at exit 5 off 95...C
ct1964ups 04/04/18 02:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Red Gate Farms campground Savannah Georgia

If you are into GREAT Southern food go to Mrs Wilkes Boarding House on 197 W Jones Only open M-F from 11a.m. To 2 p.m. For lunch..but great atmosphere and food..Chuck
ct1964ups 03/29/18 06:29am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campground near Windsor, CT

Try the Northamton-Springfield KOA in Westhampton,Mass probably the closed you'll get,Chuck
ct1964ups 03/23/18 11:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Destin Fl.

We are going to Destin for the 5th time in April. We will be at Henderson Beach State Park for 14 days. We have done Pensacola, both the fort and the Navel museum. We don't need a lot to do but if some of you have any ideas it would be very helpful. Thanks Go to 30A and stop at Elmo's great Gumbo and Oysters on a half she'll Also down in Destin proper go to See us of Destin,not the formal restaurant but the shack down the street from the Irish Bar
ct1964ups 03/21/18 04:53pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Campgrounds 2 hours South of Nashville off 65

155 miles south. Cullman CG Good Hope CG 165ish miles south and 6 miles west of 65 Smith Lake Park looks very nice. We always stay in Cullman C/G....easy in and out..helpful workers there....C
ct1964ups 03/06/18 08:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Maine to Florida

Headed to Florida in April towing 30ft TT. What is best rout to avoid GW bridge. Lost my father few years ago so miss his route advice. Thanks for suggestions. Cannon, most of the routes are similar....I would take 95 to 495 to 90 to 84 to Newburgh,NY..then 87 south to Sufferin and 287 for 45 miles to 78 west to 81 to Winchester,Va....pickup I-66 for 25 miles to Va rt 17 thru Warrenton,Va to 95 below DC but just above Richmond....not sure where you are going in Florida,so can't help there...Chuck
ct1964ups 02/22/18 09:05am Roads and Routes
RE: Savannah Georgia camping

Thanks for the suggestions. I’ll check into them. all are good choices...not fond of the KOA, too tight for my liking... while there, go to Mrs Wilkes Dining Room for lunch at 197 W Jones St...only open for lunch 11:00 am to 2:00 pm...Monday to Friday and cash only...great souther rest Go Noles
ct1964ups 01/26/18 07:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: MASSACHUSETTS to Myrtle Beach SC

If you want to miss all the big city traffic and want an easy, scenic drive take I-84 W to I-81 S to I-77 S to Columbia,SC then US 378 E to Myrtle Beach. Not the most direct route but does miss all the major city headaches and most all of the tolls. I go down 91 to 84 west to Newburgh,NY ,then south on 87 to Sufferin,NY and pickup 287 for 45 miles to 78 west ...stay on 78 to 81 west to Winchester,Va and pickup 66 toward DC...to rt 17 around Warrenton,Va to 95 south ,which is just north of Richmond...C
ct1964ups 01/22/18 07:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wisconsin to Fort Wilderness

I would use 231 to Dothan Al, then pick up US 84 and follow it east to US 19 in Thomasville Ga. then go south. Pick up 98/27/19. 27 to Ocala, then 441 south from there. When you get close to Orlando, you're on your own. :) All good roads, with only the occasional small town to deal with. Spent most of my life in Fl and can say with certainty that I-10 and I-75 can be incredibly dangerous, frustrating and often bumper to bumper, so I don't mind taking the scenic route and the extra time to avoid them as much as possible. Most of the side roads I mentioned are 60-65 mph speed limit, which often can be faster than I-75/10. Only drawback is gas stations can be sparse, so plan accordingly. Sorry for the multiple edits.... I use this route all the time with a variation or so....Once you hit Thomasville,you can stay in a campground there called City of Roses...a few permanents but Bill the owner has all in control,so it is more than a decent place to stop for a day or two..then straight down 19 to 27 and i stay on 27 all the way down to Disney...to 192 and int the Fort...Chuck
ct1964ups 01/03/18 02:09pm Roads and Routes
RE: Providence RI to Jacksonville FL

Thanks for all the info and suggestions. I like Ed C's line of reasoning and think that might be the best for me. Ed c has the route...all good choices..depending on where and when you want to stop....some good campgrounds either route ,also depends on when you go,,,Chuck R
ct1964ups 11/09/17 01:35pm Roads and Routes
RE: PA to Maine

In a few weeks we will be traveling to Bath, Maine from Reading, PA. We have a 42' fifth wheel. Anyone know which routes to take that might be best. I plan on leaving around 3am to get past the NY traffic in time. WE ARE IN NEW HOLLAND,PA now, I would go I-78 to I-287 north to I-87 north to I-84 east...stay on 84 to Sturbridge,Mass ,get on I-90 east to i-495 north...stay on 495 til connects with 95 north and right up to Maine..... now look, while you are up there...go a little farther to Wisscasst and go to RED'S EATS for the best lost roll there is..C
ct1964ups 08/17/17 07:30am Roads and Routes
RE: Wabco 1200 air dryer cartridge question

Just found this by Bendix;; air dryer cartridge should be replaced every year or 100,000 miles. For pick up and delivery operations, or for double- and triple-trailer line haul trucks, every two years or 200,000 miles is recommended. Line haul operations using a single trailer should swap the filter out every three years or 300,000 miles. so the more use,less you have to change it...motorhome use looks as if it should be changed yearly...I do 17k a year and change every other year
ct1964ups 08/07/17 11:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Savannah, GA

W hat is the closest and best campground in Savannah, GA to see the sights We Hardeeville-Thomas ..nice pull thrus in Hardeeville,SC....probably a 10 minute ride to the waterfront in Savannah ..cross the bridge and end up right at the visitors center while in Savannah...go to Mrs Willkes Dinning room for lunch on West Jones Ave..Southern cooking at its best...C
ct1964ups 08/06/17 08:26am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Columbus - Ohio State Football

Go Blue!!! Mikestock, ya going to Atlanta for the FSU vs Roll Tide game.....where ya parking for that one? It will be a great game...SEC vs ACC...C
ct1964ups 08/04/17 09:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: BEST ROUTE VA. TO DERBY CONN. WITH 30 FT TRAVEL TRAILER

HI. WE ARE TRAVELING FROM VIRGINIA TO DERBY CONNECTICUT PULLING A 30 FT TRAVEL TRAILER. NOT A FAN OF THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE. DOES ANYONE HAVE A LESS STRESSFUL ROUTE. YOUR EXPERIENCE IS APPRECIATED not sure where you are coming from in Va.....but if you are near or on I-81 or on I-95 but from I-95 ; I would go up 95 to Rt 17 toward Warrenton,Va..nice 4 lane divided road to I-66,then 25 miles on 66 to I-81... I-81 past Harrisburg,Pa to the 81/78 split...take I-78 into NJ then Take I-287 North for 45 miles to I-87 Go north on 87 toward Albany,NY ,stay on 87 to Newburgh,NY and get on I-84 east...stay on 84 into Connecticut to Exit 7...Rt 43 stay on Rt 34 for 18 miles across Stevenson Dam and you are in downtown Derby....C
ct1964ups 07/29/17 12:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: South Jersey to Cape Cod

Keep in mind that "Cape Cod" KOA is not on Cape Cod, but a 25 minute drive away. If you plan on visiting the Cape do not attempt that drive Friday afternoon/evening or Saturday morning or leave the Cape on Sunday afternoon/evening. Backups of 5 - 10 miles (seriously) are common. Thanks, I am aware of that we are trying to do a few different areas in Mass and RI and this worked distance and time wise. We would be leaving early Sunday morning to head home, so I think we will be alright. Thanks all for your responses time to recheck the maps. hate to tell you, but all have the same idea..and if it's raining or cloudy, they all leave earlier..listen to the Teacher.....years back,and it hasn't gotten musc better ,same roads, it took us 5 hrs from Hyannis to the Canal.....C
ct1964ups 07/23/17 05:14am Roads and Routes
RE: Route from Maine to Gatlinburg? Least traffic?

You can pick up I-84 off the Mass Pike (I-90) and connect with I-81 south. It's rough road and construction areas between Scranton and Harrisburg. We like to cut down US209 through the Delaware Water Gap and connect to I-80 to I-81. Avoid I-95 through New York. No reason to go that way because you're headed for I-81 anyway. if you decide to go this way.....get off 84 at exit 53 in Pa which is the first exit off 84 after you cross the Deleware river from NY state and follow 209 to Milford then thru the nat'l forest...nice ride with pulloffs for lunch or whatever...then take I-80 from exit 309 tand get off exit 302 taking Pa rt 33 to Pa rt 22 to I-78 to I-81 and on down.... Now at exit 53 which is Matamoras,Pa there is a year round campground called Tri-State Campground...which they have expanded in the last year,and is big and wide open...C
ct1964ups 07/22/17 07:04am Roads and Routes
RE: South Jersey to Cape Cod

40ft Class A DP. Trying to find the best way to Boston/Cape Cod KOA in Middleborough MA. Do not want to go over the George Washington Bridge. I will be travelling on Sunday both ways, so the toll on the Tappen Zee is considered off peak $10.00 not too bad. I was thinking NJ Turnpike to exit 10 to RT 287 over the Tappen Zee and back on 95 for the rest of the trip. Not sure about the Connecticut traffic on Sunday. Suggestions appreciated. Thanks in advance. I would go over the Tap..then up 684 to 84..take 84 to 90 in Sturbridge to 90 to 495 straight onto the Cape...I'm sure its longer but I would think less traffic....C
ct1964ups 07/22/17 04:56am Roads and Routes
RE: Need Overnight stop I77 Southbound south of Charlotte

South of the Border has a nice campground with full hook ups and pull through sites. It's right next to I-95.Here's a review from campground reviews:This was our second stop at Pedro's Campground, and I have to admit that I was glad we stopped on our way to Pennsylvania from Hilton Head Island. I am normally a light sleeper, but I hardly heard any traffic noise from I-95 and had a good nights rest. The pull-through site was extra large, the utilities were good, and the entire campground was clean and neat. I would bet that only 10% of the sites were occupied on a Friday night which made it even nicer. I would definitely stop here again. We camped at South of the Border in a Travel Trailer.It's $29 a night for full hookups. They also have a restaurant and gas station. It is a great spot but probably 4 hrs away from where he wants to stop...C
ct1964ups 07/17/17 04:12pm Roads and Routes
RE: I 95 New York

Nj up to Mystic Ct..How is I95 in NY ?Should I head up 684 -84? the best way but a little longer is up 287 to 87 to Newburgh to 84 thru waterbury to 691 t0 91 north to rt 9 south to 95 and up to Mystic... OR GO 684 AND THEN 84 AND THEN THE AVOVE DIRECTIONS...C
ct1964ups 07/17/17 04:10pm Roads and Routes
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