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The two RV Gypsies at
Whispering Pines Campground & RV Park
290 Whispering Pines Road
Morganton, Georgia
May 3-7, 2021

USA map showing location of GeorgiaGeorgia map showing location of Moranton

The curvy entrance into Whispering Pines Campground in Morganton, Georgia and the road after the curve. It would not be good to meet another RV here. But RV's usually don't come and go at the same time of day.

curvy entrance into Whispering Pines Campground the dirt-gravel road in the campground

The two RV Gypsies had full hook-ups at Whispering Pines RV Park, but NO TV reception at all.  It was not a busy campground, so it was quite peaceful. Luckily someone cancelled their spot reservation, so the two RV Gypsies got put in a spot other than the place they were originally assigned because their RV would not have fit in that other spot.

Whispering Pines RV Park address

Below: The campground office and the closed pool.

campground office campground office and the closed pool

The two RV Gypsies wanted to park facing the creek like their neighbor did, but their hoses were not long enough. They moved the picnic table by the creek, but never got a chance to eat there. The entire next day it poured rain all day long, harder than they had ever seen before. They spent the entire day and evening playing Scrabble. And the other days, they were not in their RV long enough to enjoy the creek.

The RV of the two RV Gypsies picnic table by the creek

Below: Views of the creek in both directions. All photos were taken on the day they arrived, because the next day there were flash flood warnings and really hard rain all day. However, the side of the creek near the two RV Gypsies' RV was quite high, so they were not worried. The bank of the creek on the other side was low, so they kept a watch on it through their side windows throughout the day.

the creek behind the two RV Gypsies' RV the creek behind the two RV Gypsies' RV
the creek behind the two RV Gypsies' RV the creek behind the two RV Gypsies' RV

Below: On the one side of the RV there were three cabins but they were all unoccupied. They were also facing the creek, although not right near the creek.

Lee Duquette by the RV cabins
the circle at the end of the road the circle at the end of the road

Below: The view from the front of the two RV Gypsies' RV. Not sure what the house with a bunch of old RVs in the yard was all about. It was not really an enjoyable view. There was a nice house on the other side of the office, where the campground owner probably lived.

wood shed house and old RVs
the RV of the two RV Gypsies and a neighbor bird

IMPORTANTBelow: The small firehouse just a short distance from the campground. A bit after passing the firehouse, the GPS had the two RV Gypsies do a U-turn to get to the campground. This was not an easy task in a 40-foot RV with a toad. And it was totally unnecessary because there was a left turn into Whispering Pines Campground. The sign was small and hard to see. But coming from the other direction, there was a big billboard for the campground.

small firehouse

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Groovy Yard Art in Morganton, Georgia - a very unique site


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