We camped at Hunter Army Air Field (Lotts Island Travel Campground) on outskirts of Savannah. It was very convenient (be sure to use the Rio Gate if you have a military vehicle sticker on your RV). The campground was sparse but good enough for a few days. It had new utilities (50 amp), water and sewer for $18/nite. It had no wifi or cable and some campsites looked a little iffy because of the trees. But ours was fine and it was no problem getting DirecTV.
We timed our visit to coincide with Rod and Lisa (from the Detroit area). Rod was there for some commercial flight training and Lisa drove down for a few days.
One of the first places we visited was Wormsloe Historic Site. They have a lot of weddings on the property because it is so beautiful.
They gave it a go but had some bad years. A lot of people died due to sickness and the hard life and they introduced slaves after the ban was lifted in 1849.
While in the Savannah area, we also went downtown during a bright and sunny day to walk around one of the many squares that Savannah is known for. We chose Forsyth Park and it was beautiful.
I love the historical markers...
Also while in Savannah, we walked around River Street and had dinner at Tubby's one night.
We had a great time in Savannah with Rod and Lisa.
That's it for this edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles! Thanks for joining us (it won't be so long until the next post…promise!)