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Old 12-25-2014, 08:24 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by GaryKD View Post
Hi joannel,
These links provide all the publicly available information. For dry camping, when you enter the fair grounds, tell the ticket seller what you want. They will have many people there to guide you to a spot where one can dry camp.
FRVTA - Florida RV SuperShow
One does not need reservations for dry camping. The parking lot is huge. There is plenty of room. Reservations for camping with 30 AMP electric (no water or sewer) have been closed for a long time.
We are heading out tomorrow and spending time on the west coast. We figured we would head up to the RV show before we go to the east coast. Looking forward to this show. We've missed the last couple in Boston because we've been in FL. Our rig is new but I'm already thinking of the next one in 2 years!!

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Hope to meet you Joan. We're thinking of camping at the show just so they can come see the coach if we find a rig there we want. Would be the first dry camping we've done. We've camped in campgrounds for over 30 years on and off. Should be interesting. We have 3 dogs and it would be more convenient than running home to let them out. We live about 10 miles from the show. We should be there early Friday morning. Hubby is still working. We're interested mostly in the Sanibel 3901 model. Beautiful.

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