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The two RV Gypsies in Fredericksburg, Virginia
October 9, 2014

Fredericksburg/Washington D.C. KOA
7400 Brookside Lane
Fredericksburg, Virginia


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the road in the campground

This was a nice campground with paved roads and nice gravel sites, although parts of the paved roads could use a bit of fixing (see the above photo). Full-hook up and 50 amp sites were available.  This campground had free, unsecured Wi-Fi that was a bit slow, but OK. The water pressure was adequate, but not real strong. Good cable TV with enough stations that came in OK.  Trash pick-up at site 7 a.m.-noon.  Campfires must be out by midnight, which is OK because it makes sense, and the two RV Gypsies don't usually have a campfire anyway.

One car per campsite but some additional parking was available at the office. The pool is closed after Labor Day of course. The two RV Gypsies did not use any other amenities at the campground other than on their own site. There are fees and certain hours for visitors. Most other rules were standard campground rules. Check-out time was NOON.

The two RV Gypsies drove into the city of Fredericksburg, but the town had pretty much shut down for the night but the time they arrived, so they walked around the main streets and only took a couple of photos.

Below: Memorial in commemoration  of the 50th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.

Emancipation Proclamation memorial

Stone in honor of Fredericksburg's sister city, Frejus, France. There was also a small row of roses.

Frejus France stone
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