Where are you headed Don? If you mentioned it already, I missed it. Even though I was born in PA and lived in PA longer, I know GA like the back of my hand.
I am headed mainly for the Everglades in Florida.Where are you head Don? If you mentioned it already, I missed it.
Ohio sounds like a great place for me to never visit!IN Ohio you cannot spend the night in a rest area if in an RV except on the tollway. If you are parked in a non tollway rest area it is considered camping and you are in violation of the law. You can spend the night in a car, truck, 18 wheeler etc but any RV is not allowed. I know from experience as I was told to get out at 1 AM
Do you mean just for Florida? By far, most rest stops I have seen allow 24 hours. More than enough time. Mostly in CA and Texas. Seems other states are low on their number of rest stopsMy perception is that an "overnight stay" is generally NOT allowed, but you can "rest".
No GPS? I don't see how we can travel without one. I do wonder how it was done before the GPS days.We were in beautiful downtown Dixon. Then I had to find a way to get back on the freeway, DW started getting stressed which didn't help.
While that sounds goo, I stopped here at the rest stop to have lunch and I already ate. But If I can find an RV park in this area, I will try it.When you get east of Pensacola, into the Panama City Beach area, plug Finn's Island Style Grub into your GPS or Trip Advisor. I had the Blackened Redfish Tacos and they were awesome. Way better than the breaded, deep fried, cod or whitefish you get in other fish tacos.