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Old 03-05-2014, 04:42 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a nice place to stay between Titusville and Port Saint Lucie. Would only be one night as my next stop is Bluewater Key RV Resort. I've looked at RV Park Reviews and the Good Sam park locator without a whole lot of success. Lots of parks....but all are small, no pull through spaces, tight spaces, next to a highway, park in grass or sand, etc.... Any recommendations would SINCERELY be appreciated. We are in a 40' and a 42' RV, both pulling toads.

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For just one night, why not try a Walmart, Home Depot, Cracker Barrel, etc? While on the road we often use one or the other and it's free.

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I'm looking for a nice place to stay between Titusville and Port Saint Lucie. Would only be one night as my next stop is Bluewater Key RV Resort. I've looked at RV Park Reviews and the Good Sam park locator without a whole lot of success. Lots of parks....but all are small, no pull through spaces, tight spaces, next to a highway, park in grass or sand, etc.... Any recommendations would SINCERELY be appreciated. We are in a 40' and a 42' RV, both pulling toads. Thanks for your help! Hhg
There is a Flying J at Fort Pierce. I believe that's exit 131 off I95.
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Treasure Coast RV Resort in Fort Pierce is in a word, Excellent.

While it is located between the Florida Turnpike and I-95 it is quiet and has the amenities you expect at Bluewater Key.

Pool, hot tub, big sites that you will not have any issue backing into as the paved roads are quite wide.

We have stayed at Treasure Coast many times, Bluewater once and enjoyed them both.
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I'm looking for a nice place to stay between Titusville and Port Saint Lucie. Would only be one night as my next stop is Bluewater Key RV Resort. I've looked at RV Park Reviews and the Good Sam park locator without a whole lot of success. Lots of parks....but all are small, no pull through spaces, tight spaces, next to a highway, park in grass or sand, etc.... Any recommendations would SINCERELY be appreciated. We are in a 40' and a 42' RV, both pulling toads.

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Without getting too far off of I-95, this place...Seasons in the Sun is slightly north of Titusville. It has large pull throughs as well as some treed sites...pretty nice place. Also it is a PA CG, ($22.50). I recommend this because in addition to being a nice place to stay, it is also pretty close to Dixie Crossroads - A popular seafood restaurant in Titusville...ask the desk for directions. The CG is easy on, easy off I-95.

PS We never go through Titusville without a stop at DC...ever!
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https://www.passportamerica.com/camp...isepalmsrv1396 This RV park does not state they have pull-thrus, you'd need to call, they do say they can accommodate any size RV though.
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Treasure Coast it is. Thanks guys!!

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Outdoor Resorts West Port St Lucie is nice and sets you up for a shorter run to Blue water. I just completed stays at both stops in January. Take the turnpike from St Lucie all the way to Homestead. I-95 is packed.
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It's illegal to overnight park in Walmarts in most counties in Florida, not a Walmart issue but a county issue.
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Without getting too far off of I-95, this place...Seasons in the Sun is slightly north of Titusville. It has large pull throughs as well as some treed sites...pretty nice place. Also it is a PA CG, ($22.50). I recommend this because in addition to being a nice place to stay, it is also pretty close to Dixie Crossroads - A popular seafood restaurant in Titusville...ask the desk for directions. The CG is easy on, easy off I-95. PS We never go through Titusville without a stop at DC...ever!
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