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Old 04-26-2013, 01:54 PM   #1
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Old 04-26-2013, 01:56 PM   #2
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My wife and I have been coming here for the past few months. Easily accessible, plus you can gator watch right outside your RV!
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My wife and I have been coming here for the past few months. Easily accessible, plus you can gator watch right outside your RV!

Thanks for the heads-up! I checked the website but couldn't find much info regarding restrictions. Are Class A allowed? Overnight stays ok?
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We have seen class A's here before. Overnight stays are ok. The only restrictions for overnight is Friday thru Monday. We own a 23 ft HiLo and have no problems staying here.
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We have seen class A's here before. Overnight stays are ok. The only restrictions for overnight is Friday thru Monday. We own a 23 ft HiLo and have no problems staying here.
Thanks! ... if I read correctly you are saying Friday thru Monday ARE restricted ... correct? Can a 38 ft Class A fit ? We live in Vero Beach so this sounds like a nice weekday(s) getaway. Thanks!
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No, Friday thru Monday it's ok to camp overnight. Your rig will fit fine in most northern camps (A thru D). I would recommend you enter at the north entrance (intersection of Hwy 710 and 706). There is a self-serve permit station as well as an office. The office closes at 3 pm. If you have any more questions feel free to ask us!
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No, Friday thru Monday it's ok to camp overnight. Your rig will fit fine in most northern camps (A thru D). I would recommend you enter at the north entrance (intersection of Hwy 710 and 706). There is a self-serve permit station as well as an office. The office closes at 3 pm. If you have any more questions feel free to ask us!
Cool !! thanks for the info.
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