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fourthclassC

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Posted: 12/16/19 08:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Howdy, looking for any recommendations for overnight stay, probably Flying J, halfway down to Fl from MA. Thank you

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find a cracker barrel on your rt. makes for a nice evening meal and some rest.

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RT95 exit 104 just north of Richmond. Flying J on both north and south side. We prefer the southbound side.

We use 301 to get there avoiding Balt/Wash.


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Posted: 12/16/19 09:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thank you all so much !!!! I forgot about Crackerbarrel.

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rockylarson wrote:

RT95 exit 104 just north of Richmond. Flying J on both north and south side. We prefer the southbound side.

We use 301 to get there avoiding Balt/Wash.


OR.. You can help support the local economy and RV park. there is Americamps of Ashland about 10 minutes south of there.. right off 95.. easy in and out, long pull troughs..

Plenty of support inthe area, fuel, food, tires, whatever..


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Second the Americamp recommendation. Very easy on-off from I 95 (but very little road noise). Pull thrus are kept for overnighters. Another option in northern NC (Exit 171 I think) near Roanoke Rapids, NC is RV Resorts at Carolina Crossroads. Another one that's easy on/off with little road noise. They have a special, reduced rate for overnighters. We've used both several times. Near whatever you may need and easy-peezy! Another option in NC is off Exit 98 (can see it from I95) called RVacation Campground. Easiest of all to get to, never heard the interstate, and pull thru sites. Have stayed here too. We have found overnighting at Flying J type stops too noisy for us. Like another who posted, we don't mind paying a few $ to support campgrounds.


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You can check out i95exitguide.com/camping for more info. Good source.

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I like to frequent the local Campgrounds when in travel, ever since the Government changed all of the commercial Drivers Hours Of Service, and placed mandatory Electronic Logging Devices in all Commercial vehicles going farther than 110 miles as the crow flies, the truck stops have been full to the gills with professionals trying to get their down time.

We have a choice and can go those extra few miles and check into a campground, they do not have that luxury..

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Posted: 12/16/19 03:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Carolina Crossroads in Roanoke NC, just before the VA border. They have one row right by the office for late arrivals and overnighters. The office closes promptly at 5pm, but they leave the paperwork out for you. Close to I-95 and easy access.





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Posted: 12/16/19 07:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ah to be young again. Last time I made it to Florida in one overnight was back in the
early 80’s. Now it takes us at least 3 nights to get there but we’re no longer in a hurry. [emoticon]

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