Our first overnight stop was in Tifton GA at the I-75 RV Park, located right on....you guessed it....I-75. For $27 we got full hookups with good internet and easy off and on. There was cable as well, but we always just use our tailgater.
It's the first time I've ever been asked to step into the "office" that was just a shed with a washer and a dryer in it. Here's the owner conducting business with the next customer.
We want to stay in the Atlanta area for about a week and take in some of the sights, but there's not really anything IN Atlanta for RV parking. This is where the RV Park Reviews comes in really handy. A couple of the parks we'd considered had horrible ratings but still got $50 a night.
Then I stumbled on a place called Sweetwater Creek RV Reserve in Austell GA (about 16 miles north of Atlanta) for $150 a week. What a steal! Their nightly rate is $45, but the weekly rate was great. We like to sight see one day and then take a day off to cook at home or just sit around.
It was a little confusing when I called because I had a hard time understanding the man on the phone, but they had a spot for us. It's not a very big park, so I was happy to find out we could stay.
When we got closer we called the other phone number he provided to speak to the lady who would be checking us in when we arrived.
We were lucky to be parked right next to the laundry and bathhouse since that's where the best signal is. There's nobody behind us and it's a ways off the highway, so should be much quieter than the previous night.
The trees are blossoming and it's very pretty looking out the window at this first offering of spring. We'll linger here for a week and next stop will be Chattanooga TN.
Long Live the Queen Off the Road