Daytona to Nashville
We usually follow the 330 rule – we pull into the campground after driving 330 miles or at 3:30 in the afternoon, whichever comes first. For this trip, it wasn’t in the cards. We left Daytona to Nashville at 8:30am with plans to stop north of Atlanta for the evening. It was Labor Day, a long 9 hour drive and at 5 o’clock reaching Atlanta for rush hour in the pouring rain. We reached our campground 20 minutes north of Atlanta and rolled into our pull-through spot for the evening. A welcome for two tired RV travelers.
Harvest Moon Campground
This is our second stay at Harvest Moon Campground with our first in 2015. The campground has 36 pull-through spots for short term stays along with a number of other sites for those who need longer terms. For the overnight stop it’s great. Minutes from I-75, easy access to the campground with wide turns, perfect for big rigs with level graveled spots, 50 amp, water and sewer. A bath house is nearby along with propane fill if needed. Near the entrance are fueling stations with competitive gas and diesel prices.
Two Rivers Campground
We have stayed in a number of campgrounds in the Nashville area and Two Rivers Campground is our favorite. Located on Music Valley Drive, the campground is close to everything Nashville – downtown, the Gaylord, Grand Ole Opry, Opry Mill Mall, and all the fun tourist spots. We also like the downtown shuttles that run till late at night that are very convenient and less expensive than parking. The campground is a mix of full hook-ups or electric and water only, 30 or 50 amps, pool and bathhouse. They also have a small stage by the pool and entertainers come most nights and play for tips.
Joan has been in a full decorating mood and has the insides ready for fall. Check out the video below for a tour. We’ve had a few problems ranging from electrical that prevented using the two outside awnings, some lighting issues, and the bedroom slide-out is having tracking issues. Hoping the slide continues to work for two more campground stops, then in the shop when we get back home in November.
We still like the Montana. Unfortunately, it seems to be par for the course to have some problems with new RVs today, regardless of make or model. Most of ours have been easy to remedy and hopefully issues will settle soon.
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