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Old 01-01-2015, 05:06 PM   #1
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planning a trip to florida

So for the first time ever the wife and i are making the drive to Florida for the 1st 2 weeks of feb we are going to too disney for the first week we plan to be ther for the 2ND (monday) to about the friday but we wanted to do the beach thing for the 2nd week. Now i wanted to go down to the keys but after looking at the other post and doing a little bit of research i realized that was probably out of the Question on price and availability.

So what I'm asking does anyone know of any good spots near the beach (preferably on the beach) that would have things to do for the family
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Old 01-01-2015, 06:18 PM   #2
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Jetty Park, Port Canaveral, Fl or St. Augustine Beach. Either might be a tough task finding a campsite in February. without making EARLY reservations. St. Augustine Beach has a KOA about 1 mile from the beach, and there is Anastasia Island SP (Anastasia campsites are not extremely large), and that's one of the toughest SP's in Florida to get a reservation for. There is also Gamble Rogers SP in Flagler Beach area, right on the beach, but again extremely popular and a tough reservation. Keep in mind in February, campgrounds fill up quickly in this area in advance of Speed Weeks in Daytona.
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I'd like to bump this thread. It turns out we decided to head to Florida the third week this February and I'd be interested in any other ideas.

As the OP requests, a camp site on/near the beach.
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Old 01-13-2015, 06:48 PM   #4
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i could not find a thing on the beach that was available, we just decided to stay the extra week at disney, there is enough to do in the park and around orlando
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Old 01-25-2015, 10:32 AM   #5
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Orlando is great, You can get to Coco Beach and then over to Tampa for extra stuff...
Busch Gardens and the space center Yippee

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Old 01-25-2015, 11:02 PM   #6
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You could try Ft. Desoto state park in St. Pete. There may not be any reservations, but they leave spaces for drive ups. In that regard, you'd have to take a chance. We live in the Orlando area and Ft. Desoto is one of our favorites. Many campsites have water views and you can take a couple minute car ride to beautiful beaches. You can also ride your bikes on the paved trails to the beach. The tough thing about camping in Florida in the winter is finding a nice place that's not booked. On the other hand, if you are camping at Disney, you won't be disappointed. It's fantastic. Pricey, but great. Enjoy.
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