We are heading down I75 in a 34 foot rv and planning on staying at McKinney campground for the next couple of days. From there we are heading south with our final destination at an rv resort near Naples but we have at least a week+ to get there so we are not in a rush.
We are hoping to reach northern Florida to explore the area and are looking for some recommendations for rv parks. Any suggestions of parks that have spots available would be great.
We need a pet friendly park with water,electric and sewage hookups if possible.
As stated above my post. Go to the website, read some reviews and than go to the websites of the ones that may interest you. rvparkreviews is a great source of information,don't always get the info I'm looking for though. That's when I start posting here and getting others experiences. Good luck.
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Your question doesn't provide much insight. Do you want the tourist Florida, the natural Florida, do you want to relax, fish and enjoy the peace and quiet or do you want a cosmopolitan area with lots to do and therefore more campers. Describe your preferences and you can get a lot more specific information that will narrow your focus.
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Stephen Foster State Park, White Springs FL. Don't think it has sewer hookups but has a good dump station on the way out. Beautiful oak trees, grounds.
near Tampa, Quail Run RV Resort in Wesley Chapel FL.
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