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Posted: 12/12/17 05:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

One more thought - you may have to break up your stay. Instead of staying 3 months at one place, you might have to stay for one month at 3 different places. And you might also have to have a flexible start date.

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We are at Olde Mill Stream in Umatilla and they may have a spot because of a good number of cancellations from Canadians. I run the golf group there and you would certainly be welcome.


Have Fiver will travel with little or no notice at all. I do need to stop at rest areas now and then">

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Posted: 12/13/17 09:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks everyone. We are still considering options.


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Posted: 12/17/17 07:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are going to stick with our Arizona plans. Maybe we’ll try Florida next year.

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Snowman9000 wrote:

At the last minute, we are wanting to try Florida for a snowbird experience. I know that good parks book full months ahead of time. But anyway,

-Would prefer gulf side but not essential. Central FL is fine, doesn't have to be south.
-Does not have to be near water.
-Has to have a golfing group and nearby courses.
-Not trying to cut corners, we would rather pay up and enjoy some luxury.
-Prefer it has fewer park models, or at least a big RV contingent.
We have an 11 year old fiver, it's excellent cosmetically but still, it might exclude some of the parks.
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No problem! [emoticon]
Check out the Crystal River, FL area. CG's all over the Gulf side. tons of golfing places, see the manatees, several beautiful springs, rivers all over within short driving distance. IMHO THE best fish restaurants. And very reasonable rates. Many rave about Rock Crusher CG.

I just found this area and am biased but I think this area is THE best kept secret for RV'ers. So, shhhh don't tell everyone!


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so as to have the life that is waiting for us.


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Check out Holiday Travel Park in Leesburg. It'd just about dead center of the state and there are plenty of Golf Courses in the area.


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I am following this post. I have a 2001 fleetwood bounder and would love to find an upscale park for the winter months. Challenge is most “nice” parks restrict age of motor home.

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Coach Rick wrote:

I am following this post. I have a 2001 fleetwood bounder and would love to find an upscale park for the winter months. Challenge is most “nice” parks restrict age of motor home.


We are now at Sanlan RV Resort in Lakeland. It is very nice. We've been impressed with the place. There was no mention of or question
regarding age. If your RV is well taken care of, I don't think it will be a problem.They appear to have sites, so give them a call.


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