The store was large and filled with clothing, sporting equipment, cameras, e-readers, laptops and other electronics.
For the first-time visitor, it was too much merchandise to consider. Had I known what I know now, I would make the center a two day event. One day to walk the store and make a mental list of what interests you and the second day to make your purchases. I picked up a set of hiking sticks for just over $10, looked at e-readers and cameras, felt overwhelmed and left. At least I am ready for our hikes again.
My suggestion is to know your lowest retail cost for the items you might be interested in. Then you can make a wise purchase. One negative is that there is no guarantee on electronics. The clothing made me feel as if I were in a Goodwill store.
Would I return? Maybe. Only if I had a shopping list with prices.
We stopped at the Information Booth to check on places to park our motorhome for the night. They gave us the names of two RV parks, one we passed on the way into Scottsboro.
The other and best suggestion was the Jackson County Park and Marina which was just about five minutes from the center.
Sitting only four miles from the Tennessee River channel, it is the perfect spot to park your RV, sit and enjoy the area. Or you can fish, hunt ducks, boat, swim, and water ski.
A covered, handicapped-accessible fishing pier welcomes those with disabilities to enjoy nature. There are also many spots along the shoreline for fishing.
For the shopper, there are some well known chain stores as well as many local shops, and the world famous Unclaimed Baggage Center. The park is just a short drive from both Huntsville and Chattanooga. Well known and hometown restaurants are just minutes from the park.
Sunset had passed leaving just a touch of pink in the distance as we parked our motorhome. We had no neighbors around us, only ducks out for a cold swim.
The sites were leveled crushed stone, spacious and costing $30 a day. The large pull through sites were equipped with fifty and thirty amp service. We would visit this place again. Of course we would not have stayed if it were not dog friendly....on leash of course.
While at the Park, we experienced an electrical problem. I believe I must have hit a switch or something near the inverter while vacuuming that bay. We now are without the ability to recharge our house batteries.
John and I have read all the information provided by Tiffin at the point of sale. We still cannot figure out the solution so we will be calling our Tiffin Service hot line and Stanley to walk us through the solution.
This occurred previously and the solution was simple. We just do not remember what we were told. This time? I will write down the instructions.
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