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    Moonshine Creek Campground

    After our wonderful experience at a family operated KOA Travelers Rest campground, see my summary at http://joannsfoodbites.com/camping-koa-travelers-rest/; Doug and I were looking for another family operated a campground in the Blue Ridge Mountains for a quick getaway Fourth of July weekend.  Moonshine Creek Campground is a quiet, clean and a comfortable location fitting the bill perfectly. Moonshine Creek Campground Amenities Providing 91 shady campsites, the family operated campground has long-term leases on several of these sites, however, there are sites available even for those larger rigs, like ours.  The majority of sites have full hookups (sewer, water, electric) and cable for a small additional fee.  Not all sites provide 50…

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    Camping at KOA in Travelers Rest, South Carolina

    Taking the camper to the mountains Last fall, when my husband discussed relocating to South Carolina, I was apprehensive but excited.  I knew the process of packing our belongings, moving and getting into a new house was going to be an ordeal.  I did not realize we would be living in our 5th wheel camper for several months.  Nevertheless, Doug found a beautiful, quaint campground just north of Travelers Rest that was very comfortable. My Camper Kitchen Cooking meals in the camper for several months was a challenge, especially because I was a rookie at cooking in a convection/microwave oven. What kind of dishes can I use? Can I put…