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Old 08-28-2015, 07:32 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. My wife and I purchased a 2016 Jay Flight 26bh about a month ago. We finished up our first trip to Fort Wilderness in Disney last week. We both loved the experience especially having our two kitties with us. Planning our next trip in November already!
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Boy, with you living in Land O Lakes, Fort Wilderness is a great place to go. I'm actually from Plant City, originally. Let me suggest a campground if you have never been there. Lake Kissimmee State Park close to lake Wales is a beautiful wooded park, especially to take the kids. You will have deer and turkey walking right through the park. Just down the road is Camp Mack, which is a quaint fishing spot. You can take the kids on an airboat ride on the lake and see all kinds of alligators and the most gorgeous bald eagles. The eagles as well as the ospreys are just everywhere. The only thing is the state park does not have sewer hookups, just electric and water, but do have bath houses. If you are just there for a few days, should be able to manage no problems. The wife and I hold up there for a week at a time with no problems. Check it out, and welcome to the forum!
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