Red Gate RV Park proved to be our domicile for the day. It’s relatively new, just opening last year, after posing as a dairy farm previously. I was a bit tentative when pulling in as it just seemed like an open field with a few RV hookups. However, Joan and Tom, the campground hosts proved to be extremely accomodating, and went out of their way to make us happy. In our conversations, we learned that they hailed from Lancaster County, which we just left after living there for the past five months. They came here to workkamp and get into the sun. We shared stories and spoke of things we had in common. What a small world this is. We learned that the mansion on the grounds is often host to many a wedding. In fact, as Robin and I took a walk through the woods, an SUV came by with the hatch up. It was hauling the bride in the back so her dress would stay clean and without incident. What a novel idea. I just had to get off a shot of the happy newlywed. Red Gate is a great over night stop for traveling. Or, if you would want to visit historic Savannah for a couple of days. I just can’t imagine staying for any length of time as it just had no “it” factor for me. I would be remiss, however, if I didn’t state that the cleanliness was impressive. Although the new bath houses weren’t open yet, a double wide trailer proved to be more than ample at providing those amenities within. It even contained a tub for those that yearn for one when living in a motorhome. I’m sure in time this place will prove to become more enticing, but at $45 a night, it was over-priced for what it had to offer. The hosts took that expensive taste out of our mouths with their hospitality, even recommending a great dive in which to dine. I’ll have to give it a 3.5 as those host just couldn’t be more responsive.