Truck stop/Rest stop off I95?

Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by ArielRae, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. jeepfreak

    jeepfreak Mouseketeer

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    When we used to travel 95 from Ma. we would make it in one overnight stop and that would be South Of The Border (863 miles). The campground is only a couple hundred ft from the ramp and its to the left and behind the gas station. It's cheap and has a ton of pull thru's , and full hookups but no cable. It's just what travelers want. No frills , safe and cheap. Don't know about the rest of the place cause we just cook a burger and hit the sack. Oh , they also have an easy to fill propane station at the office. Now we avoid 95 and don't pick it up till S.C.
     
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  3. time for Tink

    time for Tink Earning My Ears

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    ArielRay, We live just north west of Baltimore and usually make the trip in two days. Depending on the schedule we will night in SC or Ga. Plenty of camp grounds along 95 in both states that are open year round. If you prefer a truck stop, Pilot/Flying J has 2 in Ga. and 2 in SC. (3 if their new one in St. George is open now) Challenge is on return trip. This time of year no camp grounds are open from NC/Va line north. Go to web site for Pilot/ Flying J for locations. We have also stayed at a Cracker Barrel for a few hrs of shut eye on an emergency return home. Spoke to the manager and he had no problem with it. Have a splendiferous stay at FW.
     
  4. scotty4040

    scotty4040 Earning My Ears

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    In Townsend, GA there is a campground just off the exit, McIntosh Lake CG. Nice place with showers, full hookups, pull through sites, and only $25 per night. Well worth it!
     

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