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boater
can anyone give me the directions to use the alternative route into this park to avoid the 12' clearance. I understand it goes thru a residential area so they cant post it.
John Blue
You only have one road Hwy 177 in and out of the park. Hwy 441 is a main line and very good road to travel on. Two small towns Edith or Fargo on 441. What is this 12' clearance?
boater
QUOTE(John Blue @ Apr 26 2008, 06:35 PM) *

You only have one road Hwy 177 in and out of the park. Hwy 441 is a main line and very good road to travel on. Two small towns Edith or Fargo on 441. What is this 12' clearance?

There is a bridge where monumet ave crosses the railroad that has a 12' 8 in clearance. I have been told that thetre is an alternate street that gets arouynd this but the park is not allowed to give it out because it goes thru a residential area.
John Blue
boater,

I was looking at wrong park, my mistake. I found Monument Street on Google earth fly by but can not see any bridge on road into park. Per Google, park is .29 miles from Monument St. I can see a RxR on GA state map but not Google. I also do not see other routes around the park to get in. In more cases 12' 8 in clearance is OK to pass under. The only ones this would not work for is the 45 ' buses. Take a look at Google earth and see if you can find this bridge or a better route.
boater
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John
We finally got to go to this park. the railroad bridge is a tunnel under the tracks directly in front of the stevens home. Clearance is 12 FT 10 IN. There is a way around it if someone needs more than this. Call the office at stevens when you are near and they will direct you.
This is a very nice park, only 25 spaces but lot of pull thrus. the park is neat and orderly and quiet.
boater
John Blue
boater,

Thanks for the information. I think most RV units could clear the 12' 10". May have the CB radio antenna to hit overhead but this would not be a problem. We will check out this place on one of our trip into GA.
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