Moving to Pine Mountain RV Resort in Georgia

October 26, 2022

When our time ran out at the COE (Corp of Engineers) Victoria Campground, we headed south to Pine Mountain in Georgia to attend the Lippert Getaway on October 23 (Sunday).

We had to fight our way through an hour and a half traffic jam of stop and go traffic on I-75 as our side went from five lanes down to two lanes for bridge work.

I didn’t take any pictures of the route as it was mostly pine trees lining the freeways.

We stopped at truck stop, with a parking lot so full we had to park in front of trucks. We don’t like to do this, but we decided that the trucks parking in the Reserved area wouldn’t be pulling out soon.

Bruce ran in and made a bathroom stop while I stayed with the rig. That is, I sat in the truck with it running with the doors locked. This way, if someone really needed to move soon, I could let them know we would be moving soon.

Bruce also picked up dinner at Wendy’s for us to eat on the road.

We saw a small sign for the RV park as we turned onto Highway 27. It always feels nice to see a sign, it lets you know that you are on the right track.

As we continued on our way, we saw the sign for the park.

We had arrived at Pine Mountain RV Resort. We found the envelope with our information outside the office. This is normal when RVers arrive outside of business hours for the park.

We had to go the long way around to get to our site. As we drove around, we came back towards the entrance. The road we turned on was hard to see from the top of the hill. Notice there is a sign facing the wrong way.

Is this the right road?

It was the correct road and we found our site, #70.

Our neighbor across from us had their SUV parked near the road. In looking at it and the swing needed to get the RV into the site, Bruce thought it would be better if the SUV wasn’t in the way.

I hopped out of the truck and asked if the neighbors would be willing to move their SUV. They were happy to move it. She said, “I would rather move my car than to have you hit it.” I thanked her for being so accommodating. Once we were set up I thanked her again.

We took Nox for a walk and discovered what was on the other side of the sign.

The signs are facing the wrong way for the rigs coming into the campground. This way works fine for trucks, cars, and motorcycles coming into the campground. It would help if the signs had the information on both sides.

I will do another post on the campground.

5 thoughts on “Moving to Pine Mountain RV Resort in Georgia

  1. We’ve had that experience, too. It was in Mississippi at a state park which had 2 entrances. We drove around the whole campground. People were looking at us; we just waved! Enjoy your stay!

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