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Old 06-21-2014, 03:52 PM   #1
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I-95 southern most overnight stop in South Carolina

If I'm heading down 95 through South Carolina what is an good overnight rv park to stay at? Northern Georgia would be okay too. But trying to fill in my state map. One right off 95 with pull through sites.
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If I'm heading down 95 through South Carolina what is an good overnight rv park to stay at? Northern Georgia would be okay too. But trying to fill in my state map. One right off 95 with pull through sites.
Try KOA at Pointe South or get off at Hardeville and stay at Sgt Jasper campground.
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If I'm heading down 95 through South Carolina what is an good overnight rv park to stay at? Northern Georgia would be okay too. But trying to fill in my state map. One right off 95 with pull through sites.
Camp Lake Jasper is the correct name. KOA at Pointe South is a little closer to I-95 but I'm not sure if they have pull thru's. Camp Lake Jasper is pretty new and wouldn't be bad for an overnight stop.
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St George, South Carolina exit #77 is a Comfort Inn with a RV over night park with full hook up for $25.00 with AAA or Choice Hotels membership. They also take passport America for a discount. The Comfort Inn is right next to a Flying J truck stop. Go right in front of the Comfort Inn, follow the drive/ street around behind the motel, Pick a spot, park then go to the Motel office to pay and give the spot #. I'm not sure about 50 Amp, but they do have 30 AMP service. All the spaces are back-in. Not fancy but for $25.00 what the heck!

Exit 77 is just south of I-26

Can't beat the price and you have the use of the pool also.
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Ok, so maybe I lied. The kiddos are doing wonderful a we are gonna keep driving. So....how about something about an hour north of Orlando? We really just need electric (50 amp preferred)
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Old 06-21-2014, 08:16 PM   #6
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Daytona KOA, not north of Orlando as Orlando is on I4
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Old 06-21-2014, 08:20 PM   #7
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We stayed overnight at pecan park, they are right off 95 in Jacksonville. Easy ride to Orlando in the am. Pull thrust, pool, and Good Sam discount too.
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Thanks guys. We are making good time and will likely only need something for a few hours. Really wish I had a generator so I could run A/C at Walmart vs. a super late arrival at a park. Just can't take this 85+ degree weather in the camper. We wouldn't sleep!
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Pecan park fits the bill. We're the a-hole arriving at 11pm but it's level enough to not need blocks and we can stay hitched up- all I needed was to plug in electric while wife ran out slides. Landing gear and stab jacks down for comfort. It'll make a quick departure in the morning. Onto our next overnight- Fort Wilderness! Hope I can leave after just 1 night...
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