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Old 08-09-2015, 12:14 AM   #15
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Here in the Midwest, m,any parks turn off the water from Oct- April or May. Depending on the type of camping you like, It's fairly comfortable to go from April until November sometimes, depending on the year. Pretty sure this year will be a shorter one due to the amounts of snow they are forecasting.
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I would camp year round but my DH doesn't like winter camping. So we camp and do our traveling from mid April to late October, skipping July and Aug because of the heat and humidity. Then we leave for FL sometime in late Nov.
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Here in Florida camping is all year long, however, trying to get in a good campground in the winter can be difficult. Snowbirds migrate down here that time of year.
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