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Old 01-04-2011, 04:12 PM   #1
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We are going to retire Jan. 31st and moving to Florida. Get away from the snow and cold for a while. We want to see more of America in our 2006 Safari Cheetah. We are looking for ideas on cheep to free campsights. Thanks for any ideas.
Carl and Marty
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Hi Carl & Marty and welcome to the forum.

As far as free campsites you have some but not all Casinos, Cracker Barrels, Walmarts.

Cheap there are SKP parks ( If you are an Escapees member) and state and national parks.

I'm sure others will add to the list........... Meanwhile enjoy !

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Old 01-04-2011, 09:41 PM   #3
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Depends on how long u want to stay some where and see ths sights, we work camp. Just finished 15 days in Fl. campground and we worked for 2 days for 5 hours and a week and stayed the 2 weeks free with all hook uos and wifi. There are alot of parks wanting help if only for a week or 2.
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Old 01-05-2011, 02:19 PM   #4
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I am between Mobile Al., and Pensacola Fl. I am staying at an older park, but has a laundry room, clubhouse, and they have some activities. It is East of Mobile about 23 miles, Off I-10 toward Penasacola, Take exit 53, make a right on County Road 64. go about 2 mi. and on the left you will see Hilltop Rv Park, their 50Amp sites are $315.00 mo and 30Amp are $290.00. If you go to Rv park reviews website, go to alabama, type in Robertsdale. I think you will like it here, not a huge Resort, just about 100 spaces.
Enjoy Your retirement and the Gulf Shore Area looks pretty nice and their is a lot to see and do in the area. Like Seafood, many eateries. Irover
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Old 01-08-2011, 05:04 PM   #5
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Hello,
We are going to retire Jan. 31st and moving to Florida. Get away from the snow and cold for a while. We want to see more of America in our 2006 Safari Cheetah. We are looking for ideas on cheep to free campsights. Thanks for any ideas.
Carl and Marty
Gee, what a great idea . . . of course, we are from Kentucky, too, and are presently in Florida until Spring cause Kentucky's cold, real cold. Snow, too.
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Welcome Carl and Marty,
What part of Kentucky are you trying to escape from? It's a beautiful state that I like a lot. Earned my master's degree at Eastern Kentucky in Richmond. Had spent quite a few visits in the Louisiville area visiting my sister until she passed five years ago. Still a favorite area for me. The weather here in NWF and South Alabama is cold right now, but generally warmer than Kentucky. Irover is right about a lot to do and see.
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