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Old 03-07-2019, 03:06 PM   #1
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Thinking of going to FL in 2020, say Jan thru Mar. I lived in the Ft. Laud area most all my life and have family in that area...so would like to be in Palm Beach or Broward. Looking for campgrounds that would have winter or monthly rates. Any info would be really appreciated.
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Expect big$$ in January may be hard to get January without December?
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It took me three years on a waiting list to get the months of January and February at the RV park we wanted.

We have been staying in the St Augustine area, we did find some that were pretty expensive that had spots the last few years.

I suggest you start looking right now, you may find a park where they have someone that has been staying in the past that is not coming back next year

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