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The two RV Gypsies parked their RV
at Forest Lake Preserve
(a Thousand Trails campground)
192 Thousand Trails Drive
Advance, North Carolina 27006
August 3-5, 2014
USA map showing lcoation of North CarolinaNC map showing location of Advance NC
sign: Forest Lake Preserve NC

The new yard of the two RV Gypsies.

Dirt / gravel roads get the RV
and toad dusty

the RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies
Dirt / gravel roads

The campground office and adult lounge at Forest Lake Preserve

The campground office
adult lounge

Two views of the adult only pool - there was also a family pool. Pools closed at 8 P.M. The two RV Gypsies did not use the pool, as usual, but Karen sometimes likes to photograph parts of the campground.

adult only pool
adult only pool

The Chapel: Worship service is held during summer months.

Miniature golf course

The Chapel

Miniature golf course

The sand beach, pond and fishing pier - but the water did not look very clean.

The sand beach, pond and fishing pier
dirty pond
The sand beach, pond and fishing pier
The sand beach, pond and fishing pier

This was a nice enough campground and it had an adequate amount of 50-amp full hookups, and good water pressure. No cable TV, but some channels came in OK with antenna. Wi-Fi only available at the two lodges, not at sites. But the two RV Gypsies had their own Wi-Fi. Check-in and check-out time was noon, excluding major holiday weekends.  Guests must pay a $5 fee. No personal mail accepted at office.

Menu for the two RV Gypsies in North Carolina
August 3-5, 2014
You may visit these 6 sections in any order you choose.

flowers and more at a rest stop

Oddities in Winston-Salem

the city of Welcome, N.C.

Hanging Rock State Park & 2 waterfalls

Pilot Mountain

Forest Lake Preserve (campground) in Advance, N.C.

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