Another Adventureland vote here. Just be aware you'll be standing for a few hours during your tour of duty. We really enjoyed it!
If you'd like to do volunteer things---the Corp of Engineers is very good. Also---take a look at "the Cradle of Forestry" lot's of opportunities out there.
Not sure if this is any help to you or not.I am not familiar with Genie.
I have two Direct TV HDDVR receivers, and when I travel, I simply change the settings in the menu(under set-up, I believe), to the SD dish. That allows me to use the 18 inch round dish, on the roof.
Now, I only have a single LNB so I only run one TV.
In order to run both TV's, I carry a tri-pod and a dish with a dual LNB. I know, I know, maybe someday I'll install the dual LNB on the roof dish. Priorities.
On page 236 of the 2012 CRV owners manual---"If you tow more than 8 hours in one day" they mention pulling the 7.5 accessory radio fuse.
My battery was depleted after 4hrs. No way could I make it 8 hrs!
This was with a new vehicle--less than a thousand miles.
I made a fuse switch and no more problems.
Fuse sw. or charge line is the way to go.
We did a stint at Amity Day use area in Georgia, on Lake Thurmond, this past summer. This was a Corp of Engineer facility. Other than it being rather slow, it was a good experience.
We were pleasantly surprised at our campsite and the C.O.E. folks were great to work for. They really appreciate your contribution.
Bob and Joan