Christmas in Florida?

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Steve CDN

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Try Titusville and The Great Outdoors at the east end of SR 50.  Some RV Forum members apparently live there in winter.
 

Jim Dick

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Bruce Patterson said:
My wife wants us to spend Christmas in Florida--in the RV.  The further south, the better (I think).  Last year we went to Tampa and stayed in a friend's RV. 

Ideas?

Bruce

Hi Bruce,

We'll be in Titusville as well.
 
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Bruce,

We also have an RV lot at The Great Outdoors (TGO).  I have attached two web links.  The first is TGO's website.  The second is a link to the classified section of our latest community "newsletter" which has some listings of RV lot rentals by owners.   

www.tgoresort.com


http://tgocsa.com/vertical/Sites/{CADBD722-672A-47C9-A894-AF123465DE9F}/uploads/{15E0E350-01A3-402F-8B43-8506AF175446}.PDF

 

UK-RV

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Hi

We managed to get in at Tropical Palms RV Resort in Kissimmee, just over the street from the Old Town entertainment area and are staying for 2 weeks over Christmas and New Year.

At just $38 a night, it is a real bargain for the festive period.

Paul

 

Shayne

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Paul  several years ago we stayed their for about 20 minutes.  Hope they have made the place bigger and improved it.  Was so tight in their we couldn't drive in  withthe trailer without damaging ours and umteem other units.
 

Marti

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Hi Bruce I live in Florida and have camped around the state, as far as beach camping Flagler Beach by Daytona is great, another nice camp is Red Coconut on the west coast in Fort Myers, best sites are first two rows in from the beach, I don't recommend the area called the park side, it is very tight there.  By the way have you traveled around Montana or Arizona, we are going there in November and need info on the road conditions this time of the year.
 

Jim Dick

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Bruce,

I've been off line for a while so I'm late with this.

You can't walk to the beach from TGO but the National Seashore is about 15-20 minutes from there. It is virtually deserted during the winter. Lots of beach to walk but only facilities are bathrooms.
 

Shayne

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Bruce  At that timeof the year you  may be spending that much a Week down there.  We had an opporuntity to stay at Roberts RV ParkSt Petersburg Beach a couple of years ago and Wow what a great place.  Not cheap but worth the it.  Check it out of the web.
 

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