Sycamore Lodge Hosts ‘Top Gear USA’ Episode
Sycamore Lodge, a Travel Resorts of America luxury RV resort in Jackson Springs, N.C., will host “Top Gear USA” in an episode scheduled to air on Feb. 12 at 9 p.m. EST on the History Channel.
The episode has the hosts building homemade RVs and will take place in part at Sycamore Lodge, which will be the “big reveal” portion of the show, according to a news release.
The episode will feature hosts Adam Ferrara, Rutledge Wood and Tanner Foust driving across North Carolina and ending at the Charlotte Speedway. The hosts will convert an old Buick convertible, a Porsche 928 and a Honda Civic station wagon into their version of a homemade RV for the challenge portion of the episode.
“Top Gear USA” has been a top show in the United Kingdom since 1977 and in 2010 the History Channel brought the action-packed show to America. “Top Gear USA” celebrates the art of driving and features stunts, challenges, reviews, celebrity interviews and super cars. In its third season, the show continues its high-adrenaline adventures while the hosts explore America, discuss anything and everything to do with cars, and bring humor and wit to each episode. New episodes of Top Gear USA air on Tuesdays at 9 EST on the History Channel.
Sycamore Lodge is a picturesque and luxurious RV resort in Jackson Springs, North Carolina, about 70 miles south of Raleigh and 90 miles east of Charlotte. The private RV resort offers over 175 shaded campsites, cabins, a lodge and many more amenities that its members enjoy year round.
About Travel Resorts of America
Travel Resorts of America owns and maintains six RV resorts, including Sycamore Lodge in North Carolina; Gettysburg Battlefield Resort in Pennsylvania; Twin Lakes Resort in Florida; and Wally World Riverside Resort, Pymatuning Adventure Resort and Rocky Fork Ranch in Ohio. These luxurious resorts offer members a better camping experience with family-friendly campgrounds, plenty of amenities and something for everyone.