Saturday, March 6, 2010

Travel Itinerary

We decided to stay an additional two nights here at Never Dunn. Monday after Ellery's homeschooling we will be heading out to Torreya State Park outside of Bristol, Florida.

We are figuring on after our four nights there to drop by the Good Sam Mail office in Pensacola, then off to the Wilderness RV Park in Robertsdale, Alabama for a few nights there.

Amy really wants to see New Orleans and well so do I; we've never been. So with that said our game plan involves heading out from Wilderness to Gulfport and a night stay over at the Flying J there. Fuel up and hit up the Big Easy.

Again plans could change and it is quite exciting to plan ahead and wonder what lies ahead.

Your basket case;



Tonya @ Live the Adventure said...

We just stopped in Gulfport on Tuesday, it was really cold! I'm sure it's warmed up a bit so it will be more comfortable for you. We could only stand to be on the beach for about 15 minutes and cranked the heat as soon as we got back in the car! Brrr...

Little House On Wheels said...

I bet it was cold! Since we are from Florida we've seen a lot of beaches so I doubt we'll be stopping at any there anyway. It will be more of a pit stop to rest on the way to New Orleans.

becky or chris said...

You must stay at Bayou Segnette State Park near New Orleans, beautiful, $18 night, free laundry, and close enough to the city. We'll be there mid-March.


American Daze said...

Never Dunn?? that a real place?
Sounds like a plan!...NuawLins Oh yeah!

Little House On Wheels said...

Yes, it is a crazy name, isn't it? We found the campground in our Passport America book.

Becky, we are still trying to decide whether to camp there at the state park of use our passport America to camp closer to the city where we can catch the bus line. Prices are mostly the same but the state park is a further drive to New Orleans I think.

Tammy said...

Never Dunn...roflol!

The Valentine's said...

Rik, just watch for some of the cg's nearer the city - a lot are in the industrial area in somewhat dodgier areas of the city! We were booked in somewhere else and were warned off by a couple of friends who lived in the area.

We stayed at the SP, it was beautiful, lots of space and a great playground. The free w/d were a bonus! We drove to the ferry, parking by the terminal was only $5 during the week ($10 w/e's). The ferry was free and then you don't need to take any transport in NOLA, everything's right there, very walkable.

The Jazz National Park was neat, we downloaded the Junior Ranger program and so the kids got their badges. There was a music demo by two of the rangers around 3pm, which was wonderful.

Enjoy the beignets! Ali