We learn as we go. The photo below was taken out our back window at the Ivy Acres Lodge and RV Park between Greenville & Piedmont South Carolina. You can imagine just how much Mijo is appreciating this park!
What we've decided is to plan only one stop at a time, while traveling, and stay for at least two nights. I look ahead but don't make reservations or print out a route.
When you stop for only one night, as we did between Arkansas and North Carolina, you don't get to see or utilize anything these wonderful RV Parks and communities have to offer. It takes the fun out of travel. When you stop for two or three nights you get a chance to visit with park owners, walk hiking trails, cook a meal in the crock pot, bake some bread and appreciate life between rain showers.
This is a beautiful park on 75 acres just West of Greenville, South Carolina. They have better than 30 full hook up sites with great views and lots of leg room.
They offer a gorgeous lodge to be rented for a weekend, week or month that sleeps up to 10 people. The park is set on a river and also has a little fishing pond. Due to the draught the pond is 1/4 it's typical size, but is still fun to walk around.
If you or anyone you know are ever in the area, please send them to Ivy Acres where Chuck & Debbie Hill and their daughtor Ivy will take very good care of you.
Tomorrow we are heading West once again. Our destination park is in Helena, Alabama, on the West side of Birmingham. Will let you know what we find. ;-)
More later ......