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Old 04-11-2003, 10:28 AM   #1
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Hi everyone!

We recently created a new website for our Tampa Bay Resort, and I'd like your comments on how we can make the website better.

Go to www.AlafiaRiverRVResort.com.


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Hi everyone!

We recently created a new website for our Tampa Bay Resort, and I'd like your comments on how we can make the website better.

Go to www.AlafiaRiverRVResort.com.


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Old 04-11-2003, 02:36 PM   #3
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Take dogs over 30 lbs. The website looks nice, but....we have 2 boxer dogs and take them with us in MotorHome. IMHO Sue
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Old 04-11-2003, 06:19 PM   #4
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The web site looks good, covers all the basics.

It would be helpful to know what size boats you can handle, and if there are any boat/engine size restrictions on the river. Also do you have a fresh water wash down?
If there are no limits that would be good info to publish. Dockage fees yes/no?
We have a 26ft river boat with a 200hp engine, and have found many locations where this size cannot be accomidated.

Of course some more photo's would always be nice.
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Nice site. I didn't notice your campground being listed as a member of Passport America. Is that something you might consider in the future?

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Very nice job. I have two suggestions:
1. Add some pictures of your sites
2. For us Canadian "snow birds" you might want to consider changing the name on the state box to state/prov. and on the zip box to zip/postal code.
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Nice job on your new website. I also have two suggestions:
1. More pictures.
2. Some more written detail on getting to the campground once people exit off of I-75.

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You may want to consider including the Long & Lat co-ordinates since many of us are using a GPS to plot our trips

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A well thought out website. It's attractive too. I have two recommendations:

1. indicate how many sites you have
2. consider a site map.


Will you accomidate camping clubs for weekend campouts?

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Thanx for your comments!

Yes, we accept groups/rallies. We have a great set-up here. Additionally, I believe we have the only shuttle bus in the area to take groups to a dinner theater, Bucs!! game, or just to dinner.

Would you kindly get me in contact with a Florida Boomers Wagon Master? We've hosted some very successful rallies here and have been told we're the best!!! "If you can dream it, we can do it!"



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Dave, do you hire workampers?

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