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Old 08-30-2007, 08:26 AM   #1
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We are looking for a campground for Jan, Feb. 2008. We called the campground where we were to stay and were told they are full. They took in full timers from local campgrounds that closed.Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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We are looking for a campground for Jan, Feb. 2008. We called the campground where we were to stay and were told they are full. They took in full timers from local campgrounds that closed.Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-30-2007, 09:04 AM   #3
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Hi chickie,
The CG depends on what facilities your interested in and how much you want to pay. Here are a couple of CGs in South Georgia and Northern Florida.
Georgia
Lake Harmony RV Park & CG
I-95 Exit 58, 888-767-7864


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Pecan Park RV Resort (Near Jacksonville)
I95 Exit 366 888-604-6770

Big Oak RV Park (Near Tallahassee)
I10, Exit 199 850-562-4660
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Old 08-31-2007, 04:20 PM   #4
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Check out the Trav-L-Park at Jennings Florida, just 5 miles over the Georgia line on I-75. Nice park, lake, restaurants, has long term section.
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Check out Eagle Roost at 5 mile marker in Ga a nice clean campground
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The GA-FL state line is rather lengthy. Where would you be interested in? The price? Do you want to be close to the interstate (usually more $$) or would a little distance away be okay? And what kind of amenties do you require? I think we are fairly close to the interstate (about 16-18 miles from I-75 Exit 101). The winter rates here are $250/monthly for full hookups (some 50 amp hookups). No cable, no laundry, no store, not much of anything and not listed in any campground directory that I have found (but I have listed it in a couple online park reviews). We will be back for a few months at the beginning of the year. It's quiet out here and we like it.

You will probably ned to find a temporary campground and the do a little searching in the area for a long term campground. There's lots of perfectly nice campgrounds that do not advertise in directories.
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Lorna, the camp ground we where going to stay at is in Davenport FL. Their monthly rate is $379 plus electric and various taxes. They have full hookups. Also there is activities during the winter months. This is our first time at snowbirding so we are open to try just about anything within reason.
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chickie,
There are so many CGs to choose from it is difficult to provide specific information. Try here and search the area of the state you might be interested in.

In addition to my earlier post, try:
The Crystal River (West Coast North of Tampa)area:
Rock Crusher Canyon RV Resort 877-722-2696
Lake Rousseau 352-795-6336
Nature Coast Landings 352-447-2299

Homosassa area:
Turtle Creek RV Resort 800-471-3722
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by chickie:
...Also there is activities during the winter months... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Activites David and I play "tourist". We are into vintage architecture and like to find old buildings. I take lots of pictures of the details. But that's what floats our boat....
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