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Old 01-20-2019, 09:14 AM   #1
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Belle Park RV Resort in Brooksville

Hi everybody,
does anybody have any experience with that Resort?

I'm planning to spend next winter in Florida next winter.

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Great park with friendly helpful staff. BUT. Whoever put in the parking pad did not know much about RVs. Some of the pads are on such an angle that we have seen the back end of Class A's, travel trailers and fifth wheels drag on the pads and hang up trying to back in. If you reserve a spot and can't get in, you will be S.O.L. because they will be booked up. It really is a very nice place. Chuck
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Great park with friendly helpful staff. BUT. Whoever put in the parking pad did not know much about RVs. Some of the pads are on such an angle that we have seen the back end of Class A's, travel trailers and fifth wheels drag on the pads and hang up trying to back in. If you reserve a spot and can't get in, you will be S.O.L. because they will be booked up. It really is a very nice place. Chuck
Thanks for the feedback Chuck,
I'll try to make sure to have something that make sense. I don't want to spend 6 months with an unlevel RV.
Especially that I have air levelling only.
Thanks again for the warning
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Let me clarify. The pads are not the problem. Most of them are fairly level, yes fairly. It is the apron getting on to the pad that is the problem. It is all concrete. Backing up on to the pad is the problem and where some get hung up. The pad sits on small hills and the aprons to get on them are short and steep in some spaces. Not all of them. You get halfway up the apron and the rear end hits the concrete. We tore our generator exhaust pipe off in one site and others have got stuck. Chuck
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Let me clarify. The pads are not the problem. Most of them are fairly level, yes fairly. It is the apron getting on to the pad that is the problem. It is all concrete. Backing up on to the pad is the problem and where some get hung up. The pad sits on small hills and the aprons to get on them are short and steep in some spaces. Not all of them. You get halfway up the apron and the rear end hits the concrete. We tore our generator exhaust pipe off in one site and others have got stuck. Chuck
Oups, that's good and bad news. I'll try to bring some wood plank to be sure.
Thanks for the clarification.
That's assuming we can get room there!!!
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YouTube the park and you will probably see the issue mentioned. Iíve driven through there and it is a very nice park and I do remember seeing some of those pads as mentioned above.
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YouTube the park and you will probably see the issue mentioned. Iíve driven through there and it is a very nice park and I do remember seeing some of those pads as mentioned above.
Thanks, I'll check
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