For our drive from Brunswick, GA, to Navarre, FL, Florida’s state capital of Tallahassee provided a convenient halfway point. We stopped off at Big Oak RV Park just off Interstate 10 on the north side of Tallahassee.
Northern New Jersey (Newark/New York City) is not very RV friendly. There are not many campsite/RV park options that will get you close to NYC. Also, since many of the roadways in this area are older, you have to try to plan your driving route to avoid low clearances as well as tunnel and bridge restrictions. But we didn’t want to completely bypass NYC.
Connecticut is known as “The Constitution State” based upon the claim that Connecticut had the first written constitution in history, the Fundamental Orders of 1638/39. In Connecticut we camped at Nelsons Family Campground in East Hampton. It was close to the very picturesque Lake Pocotopaug.
In order to visit Boston and the surrounding area we couldn’t get much closer than Littleton, MA. We parked at the Boston Minuteman Campground which is located close to Concord and the Minute Man National Historical Park. More about that later.