this is our first time in a motorhome me and the wife, both 38, and staying / driving in the deep south,
we have a pretty solid route with regards to main cities,
the flights and c30 motorhome (30ft) are booked so pretty fixed in that department,
our route itinerary is:
fly uk - atlanta,
1 night hotel in atlanta then pick up RV,
head to New orleans for 3 nights stay with a stop on the way there somwhere like montgomery or mobile,
from new orleans we intend on picking up the natchez trace parkway to nasville, and probably stop in a couple of locations for the total of 2 nights,
3 nights in nashville,
1 night in lynchburg,
1 night in chatanooga,
3 nights in gatlinburg / pidgeon forge,
2 nights in the rough area of macdonia / chatanooga national forest,
1 night in stone mountain,
then drop off rv and fly on home with a total of 19 days in the usa
Nashville, new orleans and gatlinburg are set in stone so the wife tells me.
the trip will be around september so the weather should be nice,
My questions are:
are all these roads suited to a 30ft motorhome?
places to go and things to see and eat, we shall self cater for 50% of the time i should think, and eat out the rest , cant believe i'm looking forward to shopping at wallmart!!
local / state laws i should know to avoid getting tickets and citations and the like, also seen on youtube about folk getting searched for fruit and stuff crossing state lines???
we intend on visiting dollywood, jack daniels, sugarlands distillery, swamp tour in new orleans, shoot some guns hopefully a barrett .50 cal if im lucky!!, ATV hire??
our interests lie in: country, blues, bluegrass, camping, natural beauty areas, adventure as we are both pretty active, and even some time for chilling out!!
the route is roughly 1600 miles (twice the lengh of Britain) we have estimated the fuel between $500-$1300???
and we would greatly appreciate any input from you folks