RV Camping

For spring break this year we headed to Highlands Hammock Spring Park in Sebring, Florida. We had never been to the park, but wanted to go there because it's the oldest state park in Florida, dating back to 1931. We had no idea what to expect, so it was a... Read more →



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Must-Haves for Your RV, Travel Trailer or Motorhome

RV must-haves, accessories, and things that make your life easier. Yes, they do exist! Whether you just purchased your travel trailer or motorhome or you have had it for a while you may have a few things that you need that you didn't even realize you were missing. When you... Read more →



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The Florida springs are awesome! They are especially a great place to spend time during the summer. Hot and humid summer Florida summer days are made pleasant within seconds of dipping into one of the Florida Springs. They are cool all year long, with an average temperature of around 72... Read more →



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We just spent six nights with the RV at Skidaway Island State Park in Savannah. We went there for our spring break and had a nice family vacation! Skidaway Island State Park offers a great campground. It's beautiful! I never saw so many birds in one state park. There were... Read more →



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This past weekend we stayed for three nights at Lake Griffin State Park, located in Fruitland Park, Florida. The reason we wanted to check this park out was because it is home to the second largest live oak tree in the state. We stayed in site #14, which is one... Read more →



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