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Old 07-22-2014, 09:46 AM   #1
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Which States are better for winter haven : Florida , Arizona , Texas , opinions anyone ? And what RV Parks Do You Stay At?
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I live in Winter Haven FL and RV from here. Good fall & winter weather. Parks fill up rapidly in September, make your reservations early.

Several different levels of parks, different sizes of parks, different cost etc. A lot of parks have a 6 month rate.

Tampa, St Pete, all through mid state, southern mid state is fairly rural, both coast have a lot of parks. FEW parks on the Gulf beaches, mainly hotels & motels. Lots of state parks, they have a maximum stay limit, check out the web sites.

Lots of mom & pop parks off the beaten path. Lots of national franchise parks.

What are you looking for in particular?
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We r looking at 55 + rv parks , with amenities , wife & I like to two step and line dance and she sings, we both like to bowl so hopefully a bowling alley is next door , and just meet people and enjoy life while it's cold somewhere else.
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