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We have a 16 year old son and his schools new Spring break that started this year is the last week in March and same in 2023. We normally go to Ocean Lakes in Myrtle Beach for SB but end of March is still the snowbird time there and not many kids.

We would like to go to Florida next year but don't want to do Fort Wilderness as we have done Disney 5 times already. Would love a resort like Ocean Lakes or Fort Wilderness with tons of stuff, people, golf cart riding etc. We spend most times at the CG so doing touristy stuff is not at the top of our list. Hard to find a similar Ocean Lakes or Ft Wilderness CG in Florida so looking for any suggestions. Thanks

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I did a search for campgrounds with water parks and found a number of suggestions.

These look most promising.


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Posted: 06/11/22 06:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The end of March is still snowbird season in Florida also with people making their reservations a year in advance. It would be wise to decide on a few locations and see what availability if any they have.


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Cecilt wrote:

We have a 16 year old son and his schools new Spring break that started this year is the last week in March and same in 2023. We normally go to Ocean Lakes in Myrtle Beach for SB but end of March is still the snowbird time there and not many kids.

We would like to go to Florida next year but don't want to do Fort Wilderness as we have done Disney 5 times already. Would love a resort like Ocean Lakes or Fort Wilderness with tons of stuff, people, golf cart riding etc. We spend most times at the CG so doing touristy stuff is not at the top of our list. Hard to find a similar Ocean Lakes or Ft Wilderness CG in Florida so looking for any suggestions. Thanks


We have gone 2 years now to what was originally called Cabana club now part of the Margaritaville RV resort chain that is growing. Smaller but super nice, clean, tons of activities for kids a nice pool and a brand new second pool. Also right next door to a wake board / water ski park if your teen is up for that. Check it out.

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kfp673 wrote:

Cecilt wrote:

We have a 16 year old son and his schools new Spring break that started this year is the last week in March and same in 2023. We normally go to Ocean Lakes in Myrtle Beach for SB but end of March is still the snowbird time there and not many kids.

We would like to go to Florida next year but don't want to do Fort Wilderness as we have done Disney 5 times already. Would love a resort like Ocean Lakes or Fort Wilderness with tons of stuff, people, golf cart riding etc. We spend most times at the CG so doing touristy stuff is not at the top of our list. Hard to find a similar Ocean Lakes or Ft Wilderness CG in Florida so looking for any suggestions. Thanks


We have gone 2 years now to what was originally called Cabana club now part of the Margaritaville RV resort chain that is growing. Smaller but super nice, clean, tons of activities for kids a nice pool and a brand new second pool. Also right next door to a wake board / water ski park if your teen is up for that. Check it out.


Thanks. Where in Florida is this located?

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Margaritta ville has built several campgrounds in FL in the past 2 years with pools, waterparks, ect. Auburndall FL has 1. It is about 25 miles south of Disney. If you google they also have near Dollywood and ohers.


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