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Dec 11, 2020 - Pelahatchie, MS

Pelahatchie is a summer camp resort style RV park. Not many vacationers in this time of year, although the large pool is heated and the water slide is running! This is a quiet park, especially in the far end where we always stay. We are about 20 miles east of Jacksonville.

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Apr 4, 2016 - Pelahatchie, Mississippi

From Longview we start our long travel along I-20. The next few days there are no route changes. In Pelahatchie we stay at the "Yogi Bear Jellystone on the Lake", a very nice vacation campground. We are totally unappreciative of it's attractions, however, since we arrive late and tired, and leave early the next morning.

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Jan 21, 2012 - truckin'

Good yet short travel day after a great lunch in birmingham. Jellystone camp tonight...good family place even off season will have pics in the am! Plan to push almost 6 hours tomorrow so we can have an open day Monday in dallas with family. More in the AM. Peace out for now! Great night...finally a sweet campfire! Lots a great space to run and frolic. Now off to gladewater, tx (hopefully we make it that far!)

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Mar 12, 2008 - movin on...

Well, we had to leave Louisiana. The food was hard to leave behind, but we managed to bring some extra waistline with us, as a fond reminder.... We had to play a lot of catching up on our work. My going to Dad's put me really behind. But I did manage to "get er done" and am now on the same track I was on before. We are in Pelahatchie, Mississippi, doing a Yogi Bear Park. I am finishing up Lakeside this week and will also get this park together before we go! We sure do like this part of the country! Hey! I remember that I was going to post...

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Oct 4, 2007 - Pelahatchie, MS---second night on the road

We passed a gazillion motorhomes and campers going (thank heaven!) the other way near Talladega, AL. It rang a bell that, yes, it was going to be a very big NASCAR race weekend. We finally saw the camping site outside of the race track. How could anyone find their rig, when there seemed to be no organized parking, and there were thousands of RV's, motorhomes, trailers?! Maybe a car alarm would work.

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