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RE: Cold weather, water, what to do..

I do not know why your gray tank would overfill if you leave the valve to the tank open, assuming you have full hook-ups. If you do not have sewer, simply fill fresh water tank and use it until the temps rise above freezing. Don't forget to put your water hose in your storage so it does not freeze as well.
LibertyMan 12/25/20 08:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Gatlinberg, TN and Ashville, NC

For Gatlinburg I have always enjoyed staying in the town of Townsend. Not a bad drive into Gatlinburg but way less crowded and much quieter. I'm not a KOA type person but the one in Townsend is excellent. There is also another campground next door to the KOA called Little Arrow. It is nice as well. Both are less than one mile from the entrance to the Smokey Mtn. National Park and much closer to Cades Cove than coming from Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg. For Asheville, if you need to be in/near the city, campfire Lodgings is nice. As another said above, Momma Gertries seems to get a lot of traffic but I have never stayed there myself. Lake Powhatan Recreational Area is near Asheville and is pretty nice as well.
LibertyMan 07/20/20 06:23pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Cloudland Canyon SP GA

East rim is where the canyon views are. IMHO west rim has the best campsites, a more woodsy feel. I concur with that statement.
LibertyMan 07/08/20 06:25pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Covers. Who uses them? Who doesn't?

I cover mine. It can be a pain to take it on and off. However, the other 10-15 campers I store mine next to do not get covered. It is real easy to see the difference in covering and not.
LibertyMan 06/22/20 01:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: Bucks Pocket Campground.

Yea it's amazing at all of the AL State Parks that have made significant upgrades since voters approved the second amendment state park protections several years ago. The thief's in Montgomery can no longer take state park revenue and put it elsewhere. All the parks get the money as they should have. On a side note, Buck's Pocket is always several degrees cooler than the surrounding area. Nice place for the summer time.
LibertyMan 05/28/20 04:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: TSD EFS App Problem?

Same here.
LibertyMan 05/20/20 06:29pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to camp with electric only

Usually there are spigots placed throughout the campground or one near the entrance. You will have to look online to see if the campground your going to has them or not. Or give them a call to find out. If they are spaced throughout or have a potable spigot near the entrance, I carry four, five gallon fresh water jugs with spouts with me and fill the camper using that method. Of course I use the blue tote to empty gray water once the camper gets full. If there is no potable water on site, fill the camper before you leave. Depending on length of stay and number of people in the camper will decide how much extra water to bring along with you.
LibertyMan 05/16/20 11:10am General RVing Issues
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