Just got back from a 17 day excursion in my AS motorhome. 2 kids, the dog, and my co-pilot, plusall the recreational stuff we could safely carry; bikes, inline skates, pool toys, balls and gloves, frisbees, and so on.
Also a video camera, and 3 or 4 - 35mm cameras.
Hit SC - a small private park- nothing to report other than the pool was cool and the showers were hot.
NC- Bandits Roost State Park (Corps of Engineers lake- Kerr) very nice wooded park with good facilites (no sewage hook up) and a very pretty lake in the mountains north west of Charlotte.
VA- Shenandoah KOA, as reported earlier this was a gem. Great facilities, and a beautiful setting. Temps hit 100+ here, but my AS never passed 180 degrees uphill on the way.
PA- Hershey Highmeadow Campground- in Chocolateland. Nice place, good facilities, very busy though ( to be expected right before 4th of July). Had a great time - shuttle bus goes to local attractions and is free. Showers were a bit crowded at peak times, but we were in NO RUSH>
DE- Rehobeth Beach area- 3 Seasons Rv Resort- stayed here 1 night as the state park was already full (430 spaces!!) Great place, near the beach. Has a nice pool, pretty setting with good facilities. Expensive though at 50 bucks for the family. Nice to find a spot on July 3rd though with no prior reservations.
VA beach- parked at a relatives for the weekend.
NC- High Point Lake RV- on the way home 60 miles N of Charlotte off I 85. Nice park- fair prices, but no water in the lake due to severe drought. Too bad for their business, although the campground had a lot of over nighters like us.
Can report we saw 4 or 5 Airsteam trailers, and not one Classic motorhome the whole 17 days out. Did see some nice older Motorhomes of other breeds like GMC though. Had many lookers at ours, and a lot of drivers scratching their heads as we went by. My 20 year old ride rode well, had only a minor
problem, and was very comfortable and enjoyable. Think I'll keep it!!