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Old 09-28-2014, 03:22 PM   #1
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Daytona KOA

My wife and I are looking to do a snow bird trip this winter and was looking a the Daytona KOA 6 month plan.. Looking for comments on people that have stayed there.. The longer the term the better...

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The campground doesn't have much or any shade and you nay get some road noise. But is a good location for shopping etc..
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The campground doesn't have much or any shade and you nay get some road noise. But is a good location for shopping etc..
Thank you... I did a google earth view and could see that with a slide you could just barely get the awning out so it wouldn't be touching your neighbor.. Good price though... This is our first year doing this... My wife said it is time to retire.. she is the boss.. and gets no fight from me... We pick up our 2015 Thor Huricane 34j this Wednesday... All we have to do is find a place to go....
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We stayed there a few years ago for the NASCAR races in July. Right across the street is the flee market which is fun. Just becawarevthat the KOA has no pool.
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