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RE: Suggestions

Maggie Valley. Beautiful. Plenty of park choices. Convenient to many attractions. It's a short drive to Asheville. I hope the Biltmore is on your list to see. If anyone golfs then bring your clubs. Great courses in the area. You have Waynesville nearby for restaurants and some quaint stores. You have Cherokee nearby for restaurants and attractions. Go see the Museum of the Cherokee Indian and for lunch do Native brewing restaurant. WONDERFUL SUGGESTIONS! Maggie Valley is where we stay when we visit the Smokies. We stay at Stone Bridge RV park...nice location, pretty stream in the back...a big open field for the kids or dogs to play in. It's a short drive to Cherokee in one direction...and to Waynesville in the other direction. We have eaten at Nick & Nate's pizza in Waynesville. South of Waynesville is Transylvania County and some of the most beautiful waterfalls.
LindaAnn 05/23/23 09:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge fall camping?

We have stayed at Twin Creek RV Park just outside Gatlinburg...I liked that there is a stop for the Gatlinburg Trolley just at the entrance. For less than $1 you can take the trolley to town if you prefer not to drive. I can't remember what they are, but the trolley will take you to other can google to see their schedules. Most of the time when we go to the Smokies, we stay in Maggie Valley at Stonebridge RV. The park is nice with a stream along the back and a large open field if you have dogs. From Maggie Valley, it's a relatively short drive to Cherokee and a pretty waterfall along the way.
LindaAnn 05/21/23 05:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge fall camping?

Looking for feedback from others about the best time to take our RV down to the Smokies and camp for a week or two. Last time we visited was the summer of 2019 and the weather was at least 90% humidity with 95 degree temps EVERY day. We love the area, and are wondering if we would be happier staying there the months of September/October??? We could also go in May, but the fall would be best for us personally. Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't there be a bit less traffic & congestion camping when the schools are open? Also, what RV campgrounds would you recommend? We stayed in one just off the main road to the National Park last time but would prefer somewhere quieter & more scenic this time around. All comments from experienced campers would be appreciated!
LindaAnn 05/21/23 04:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Route 66

Just wondering if anyone has taken a trip on Route husband, a retired trucker, has seen most of the attractions along that route, but he says that now you have to get off a major highway to see them. In our travels, we have done that a few times...from St Louis to Santa Monica. But I would love to take a trip that would allow me to see all the main attractions that still exist. Would appreciate any info or suggestions. Thanks
LindaAnn 05/21/23 09:20am Coast to Coast
RE: Good comedies

I never tire of watching "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles" with Steve Martin and John Candy.
LindaAnn 04/10/23 10:50am Around the Campfire
RE: Easy Corn Pudding - Camping

The Corn Pudding sounds great...I love Corn, so need to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!
LindaAnn 10/27/22 07:24am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Gulf coast trip

LindaAnn 10/24/22 08:50am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Grand Canyon

We went to the Grand Canyon about 9 years ago...stayed at Grand Canyon Railway RV Park in Williams and took the train to the Canyon. When you reach the Canyon, you get on a bus that takes you all around. They will also provide a box lunch..sandwich, chips, drinks. The train station is right at the South Rim with breathtaking views and shops. We enjoyed it.And downtown Williams is neat..we ate at a good Mexican restaurant.
LindaAnn 10/21/22 10:18am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Rock Collectors

Harbor Freight sells a decent cheap one that will let you get started and see if you like it. THANKS FOR THE SUGGESTION! i WILL CHECK IT OUT. LINDA
LindaAnn 09/25/22 12:54pm General RVing Issues
Rock Collectors

I pick up rocks whenever we are traveling... just little rocks with pretty colors and shapes. Sometimes I find pieces of glass. I have a jar-full and I'm thinking I would like to have a Rock Tumbler. Do any of you do this and do any of you have a Rock Tumbler? If you do, I would love suggestions. I see there are many on Amazon, but I don't know how to choose! I would welcome any input. Thanks
LindaAnn 09/25/22 12:24pm General RVing Issues
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