Hi, Following on from a previous post I have been researching buying/running/living at a campground as a family business. I've spoken to some brokers and am trying to narrow down the search to campgrounds that are going to provide us with enough net income to live off. Many won't it seems, but some may. I say may because I've received some profit loss statements etc but need to get them checked and then verified. So, next I am checking out the areas they are in. There is one in Florida that has just one review on this site. The review says it was not clean etc, the broker has said it needs upgrading and has not been looked after by the owner who has various personal problems going on so needs to sell asap. It's in Crescent City, NE Florida. Does anyone know how in demand this area is to Snowbirds/Rvers etc? Or what it would be like for a family to live there? We also looked at some in North Carolina but the broker has said they would not generate the income we need. Or others that seem a bit in 'no man's land'. We prefer to be quite near to towns/cities. Others are in States we aren't so sure of. What about New England? It sounds like some great areas are there but the weather? It sounds a bit like England! Although a seasonal campground that made enough income would be preferred. How long are the summers and is it a popular place for RVers? Many thanks, I figure the RV community is a great place to gain insight.