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Old 04-22-2014, 10:34 AM   #15
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This looks like a good spot to top off my tanks prior to hitting the Keys. I may have to wait until I can get the outside pumps.

On just about every trip I have been able to swing into a station that worked out great that I spotted while driving.

My scheduled fuel stop before getting to this location is a Haines City Flying J.
I did a "goggle look" at the site today and saw RV's at the pumps in every view. If you decide to stop there you can turn in from US1, catch the end pump, then exit straight out the back to CR997. Turn left on 997 and it takes you right back to US1. BTW my memory was okay, it is a RaceTrack.
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This will most likely be my fuel stop before hitting the Keys. I still need to find a RV friendly station between here and the Ocala area. I will be traveling down Hwy. 19 and Hwy. 27 from the Salt Springs Campground. There is a Pilot at Haines City, but it appears I would have to make a U-turn to get into it.
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