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Old 09-13-2018, 03:08 PM   #11
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I just made three weeks of reservations at some FL State Parks.
TJ Stone near Port St Joe
Collier Seminole
Rainbow Springs
The parks are all quite full and only have scattered available dates if you have a larger unit.
Juniper Run has no hookups but is a lovely NF Recreation area campground. It has quite a few vacancies for Feb.

We needed blocks of three to four days and I think tomorrow reserving would have been too late
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Old 09-13-2018, 04:43 PM   #12
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We spent a week at Shady Acres RV Park (Shady Acres RV and Camping Park - Mobile ) last winter... we found an opening a few days in advance without any trouble.

This park has lots of activities in their outdoor pavilion / fire pit almost every evening...
Steve, Iím surprised you didnít mention the lovely KOA you stayed at in Davie. Lol
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Old 09-13-2018, 05:04 PM   #13
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Personally I prefer being near the water when I'm in Florida. Those are the areas that tend to fill up first. We prefer the Gulf to the Atlantic. Some years its quite warm (80's) and we can actually head into the water, other years its cooler (upper 60's and 70's) and we just lounge in the sand. Anywhere in Florida in the winter is better than being in Maryland, in my opinion. I imagine you feel the same being from Minneapolis!


Obviously the further south you go, the warmer it gets, but even the panhandle is relatively warm in the winter. Of course don't forget the Keys, Miami, Daytona, St Augustine and everything else on the Atlantic side. Lots of places to enjoy.



You're probably too late for this winter, unless you want to call and hope for cancellations. The place we stay at is SUPER busy. We lost our spot when our son was born almost 4 years ago and finally made it to the top of the list again for this winter. We hope not to lose our spot again!!!
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Old 09-13-2018, 05:22 PM   #14
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There are county campgrounds. Like Shell Mound near Cedar Key.
I don’t know of a statewide database of county campgrounds
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