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Posted: 04/28/02 06:06pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We will be going to Nashville next month and will be spending one night on route, a little south of Atlanta on Interstate 75. Has anyone got a nice place that is resonable or free, such as K-Mart or WalMark. 34 ft motor home

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KOA, Cordelle, Georgia. This is one of the better KOA's and a great spot to spend the night. You will be in Atlanta in about 2 hours.

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Walmart at Interstate 75 and Ga. 81/20, McDonough, Ga. Turn right and left at next light. Big Super Walmart and Lowes. Have seen Mh there before. About 25 miles to Atlanta. I wouldn't north through Atlanta until at least 8:30 am due to high traffic. Good luck

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Posted: 04/28/02 08:16pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Elks can usually stay at their lodges, some hospitals, some police and sheriff offices, many grocery stores and city parks. Just be sure to ask for permission. Good luck

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I think the Walmart Road Atlas has all the stroes marked. It's like a camping directory of free campgrounds>

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Not all Walmarts let you overnight. You might want to check ahead of time. Also if you belong to an organization like the Lions club you might check with them, possibly stay in a club parking lot overnight.


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You can also try Walmart on line at www.walmart.com. If you enter an area, a list of walmarts will display for you.


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Posted: 04/29/02 07:27am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Find a smaller regional airport

Park in the Satellite paking Lot
$6-7 a nite...

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While reading this topic, I thought of a question I want to ask about staying at roadside rests. Is there located somewhere on the WEB, a state by state break down of time limits at roadside rests?


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My road atlas "Rand McNally" has a section devoted to state by state regulations, that address this, and similar questions.


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