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Old 03-04-2019, 09:59 PM   #1
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Jan. & Feb 2020 & 2021 in Florida??

My wife and I are currently planning a trip to Florida as part of our two year cross country trip. We were thinking of staying in N. Florida for part of the time and then moving south continuing down to the keys then coming up the eastern part which now I've said I think is too much for the first trip, so my current idea is to see the western side as were coming from texas heading east so access would make the most sense for 2020 and then when we return in 2021 we would see the eastern part and head to the keys as well. Are we still trying to pack too much in the timeline we've set? Any ideas are always greatly appreciated.

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My wife and I are currently planning a trip to Florida as part of our two year cross country trip. We were thinking of staying in N. Florida for part of the time and then moving south continuing down to the keys then coming up the eastern part which now I've said I think is too much for the first trip, so my current idea is to see the western side as were coming from texas heading east so access would make the most sense for 2020 and then when we return in 2021 we would see the eastern part and head to the keys as well. Are we still trying to pack too much in the timeline we've set? Any ideas are always greatly appreciated.

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If you are going to be on the road for 2 years why are you concerned about how much time you spend in FL? Spend and drive as much as you want. I don't understand your comment that it is "too much in the timeline". Spend as much time as you want in each state.
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Hi dcfleetwood,
I have spent 41 years touring this country. There is so much to enjoy there will never be enough time. Florida is a large state (north/south). Determine what you want to see ahead of time. Just the highlights. Leave plenty of last minute scheduling time. Then just enjoy.

Make CG reservations soon. Florida is a very popular place when it is cold up north.
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Make CG reservations soon. Florida is a very popular place when it is cold up north.
Yes, the sooner the better, especially if you have a big rig. A lot of the "campgrounds" in FL are just mobile home parks where they started to rent out empty lots. Very tight manuvering and not much space between sites.
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