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Ditter 04-02-2020 05:15 PM

Snowbird Heading Home Campsites Open in Georgia?
 
We need to get back to our home in Ohio but need to overnight south of Atlanta, Macon area on 75 anyone know of campground open AS 30í 30 amp
Thanks

BigSxyWhtGuy 04-02-2020 07:27 PM

We area heading up to JC on Saturday to get there by Monday from FL. Heading up the same way you guys are. We plan on just going the Cracker Barrel/Walmart thing though.

Are you using allstays app to identify parks if no one here knows of a specific? I have it and can look up a few names if you donít have it.

Remember most restaurants and businesses are closed, so if you can go without power overnight you may be able to moochdock in a parking lot somewhere if you canít find a park.

Julie-Bob 04-02-2020 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ditter (Post 2347239)
We need to get back to our home in Ohio but need to overnight south of Atlanta, Macon area on 75 anyone know of campground open AS 30í 30 amp
Thanks



Check the WBCI member book and see if a fellow member would allow you to stay in their driveway??

Labeda14 04-02-2020 09:08 PM

Carols Sausage and RV park in Ashburn, ga. We stayed there on Sunday night...was a great stop

richw46 04-03-2020 07:53 AM

We stayed at The Pines RV Park at the Tifton, GA exit. Nice quiet place, close to the Interstate, clean bathrooms, good WIFI. I'd stay there again.
https://www.pinesrvparki75.com/

Acheron2010 04-03-2020 08:10 AM

the best online resources I have found for virus-still-open sites are Campendium and RVillage.

out of sight 04-03-2020 08:43 AM

You may have to stay in a rest area on the way back, but i'm not sure of their status. I know that PA closed theirs but had to reopen them when the truckers protested. The rest rooms may be closed, the parking may be closed to cars or RV's.

out of sight 04-03-2020 08:51 AM

rest area closings:

https://www.interstaterestareas.com/...-due-to-virus/

Most seem to be open but there are sporadic closures, including one in Kentucky who suffered a toilet paper theft.

Life is a Highway 04-03-2020 10:11 AM

Ohio closed down?
 
Hi guys- Were in Lady Lake Fl area we were told JC was closed down and if you get outta Florida you lost likely not getting back in.

Off 75 heading N past the Ga State Fair is an exit with new owners old but clean little RV park. Would be on the West Side. Called Cross Road Travel Park in Perry GA

Have a safe trip all wear your body condoms with ventilator masks when exiting the vehicle.

dnas 04-03-2020 10:45 AM

We are staying put in Florida, and continuing to pay to store our Bambi. I would be too nervous driving up to Maine, afraid of picking up and bringing G*d knows what along the way. Don't know when we will head north, and also don't know what the "all clear" sign will look like either.

Baby Zeppelin 04-03-2020 10:52 AM

Recommend Veterans Memorial State Park aka Lake Blackshear near Cordele. Had an e-mail from them yesterday stating that their campground is open.

GeeSag 04-03-2020 11:01 AM

Categories of Non-Essential Travel
 
Very interesting question about the use of the term Snow-Bird.
When one chooses to spend many months at a different place of residence, When does returning to a primary residence become essential?

Not looking to create a huge banter here, but thought it raises an interesting question.

there are thousands upon thousands facing this predicament.

bibbs 04-03-2020 11:11 AM

I would like to go to my “summer home “ in Canada. looks like that won’t be happening.

chris_kelly 04-03-2020 11:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Acheron2010 (Post 2347364)
the best online resources I have found for virus-still-open sites are Campendium and RVillage.

We've been using Dyrt to track as well.

out of sight 04-03-2020 11:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GeeSag (Post 2347420)
Very interesting question about the use of the term Snow-Bird.
When one chooses to spend many months at a different place of residence, When does returning to a primary residence become essential?

Not looking to create a huge banter here, but thought it raises an interesting question.

there are thousands upon thousands facing this predicament.

One way to look at it is, where do you pay taxes? If you pay taxes to a certain state I'm sure they will consider travel there to be essential.

There is also a tax classification called "itinerant" which means you have no home or domicile. Not sure what a travel ban means for itinerants, and how it would be enforced.

Silver Harr 04-03-2020 12:01 PM

RV Park south of Atl
 
We stopped at the Atlanta South RV park in mcDunnough

brick1 04-03-2020 12:08 PM

Try the KOA in Forsyth GA. Exit 187, north of Macon.

cegardner 04-03-2020 12:38 PM

Top if Georgia Airstream park said they were staying home. We talked with JC. They are closed

Cerberus 04-03-2020 01:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by out of sight (Post 2347378)
rest area closings:

https://www.interstaterestareas.com/...-due-to-virus/

Most seem to be open but there are sporadic closures, including one in Kentucky who suffered a toilet paper theft.

That sounds like a joke! LOL!! Who on earth would be so desperate as to steal rest area toilet paper?? That stuff is like sand paper: not only rough, but non-absorbent!

Vivian

Jacob D 04-03-2020 01:23 PM

Palmetto Cove RV park in Cleveland, SC is open. Quiet park at the foot of Caesar's Head Mountain wit water front on the South Saluda River. Approx 20 miles from Greenville, SC. Address is 521 Table Rock Road, Cleveland SC.


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