Currently in South Carolina. On the way to South Carolina spent the night in a Walmart, a truck stop, and two wonderful parks.
Truck stops and Walmarts are nothing fancy; but free!
The two campgrounds I stayed in a really nice. The first was in the Cherokee National Forest, called Parkville. A nice park with good large site so you don’t feel as if you’re camping right on top of the person next to you. The facility is simple, like most Forest Service campgrounds. In good condition overall. The bathroom facility was small for the size of the park, and on a big camping weekend or holiday. I’m sure long lines await the stalls.
The second campground is in South Carolina just north of Seneca. South Cove Campground is a county park. A large facility for day use, with a nice campground on an island in Lake Koewee. Not at all busy during my stay but it is obvious it is a popular location. The sites are nice so close together. To my eye it looks as if the Campground doubled its available spots by just using every level space available due to popularity. Good and well maintained bathrooms that are cleaned, water and electricity at the majority of the RV sites.
Today I head to Florida. Camping becomes much more difficult in Florida as everything is very overpriced and at this time of year fall. All of the snowbirds are south filling up the available spaces. Boondocking is also difficult as almost the entire state outlaws Walmart overnighting and the truck stops hace miserably small parking lots.
Became aware of effort going on to stop what I called the right lane dips.
Good to see this happening as many folks don’t seem to understand how to drive the highway system safely, or correctly … and especially in the State of California