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Old 03-09-2006, 04:18 AM   #15
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Ditto.... and I thought the staff drinking and well on thier way to stupor was a class act too. When we checked in at Carrabelle Palms last spring, 3 -4 staff members were in the office drinking brewskies and having a merry old time! Wont be back!
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To be fair, the drinkers were probably customers. Usually only one or two employees in the office at any given time but some locals(and me at times)come in for an evening brew.
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http://www.hohumrvpark.com/index.html
their website say they are still open with free WIFI
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rates ae a bit steep but it looks nice
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Old 03-15-2006, 01:23 AM   #18
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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 gmachine:
We used to stop at Carrabelle Palms twice a year until spring of 2005 visit blew us away. What a joke it is now!! Cramped parking in the east field with mud holes and tight turns. We will miss Becky & Jimmie but will never bother going back. Too bad greed ruins everything.(Hi Becky) Jim & Sally </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

I told the new owner in the begining that he would chase the old timers away. He did! We might stop again for one day. Have to say hi to Rocky, Bruce, and the new crew. We miss Jimmie and Becky also.
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We're here in space 37 at Ho-Hum in Carrabella, FL. Spent some time talking to the office gals. The place was "sold" last year, at least there were several options to buy, and the lead one got all the way to day before closing, and then the deal fell through. It was, according to her, a several million dollar deal, but then Dennis hit the area, and the politicians did their usual work, and re-zoned the area where Ho-Hum is now located. It will sell eventually, and will be something "not" and RV Park, but not right now. Take the time to stop here while you can. It's a wonderful view. We're sitting in the 3rd spot West of the pier.

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We camped at Ho Hum just this past February too and had a site where we could look right out the windows and see the Gulf. We enjoyed our stay there. We also had WIFI and it worked great. I am glad that we stopped.
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