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jl8741
post Jul 3 2009, 07:36 PM
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After many bad experiences, we are now looking for an Rv park that doesn't allow pets or children. Anything out there in Florida?
No offence to anyone as we have our own pets but choose to leave them with others.
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Lindsay Richards
post Jul 4 2009, 06:55 PM
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There are many, many RV parks in Florida (where I am from and live) that do not allow children or pets. Hard to tell on the websites, but you can call and ask. The parks that are listed as over 55 parks will say this on their websites and our experience having stayed in maybe 100 Florida parks, is that most parks don't tend to have children anyway even if it is not an over 55 park. We live in the land of the blue hairs. Most have a toll free number so you can see what you like and call around. What part of Florida are you looking at? We are a huge state.


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post Jul 7 2009, 02:52 PM
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There are many, many RV parks in Florida (where I am from and live) that do not allow children or pets. Hard to tell on the websites, but you can call and ask. The parks that are listed as over 55 parks will say this on their websites and our experience having stayed in maybe 100 Florida parks, is that most parks don't tend to have children anyway even if it is not an over 55 park. We live in the land of the blue hairs. Most have a toll free number so you can see what you like and call around. What part of Florida are you looking at? We are a huge state.

We are open to suggestions but hopefully not in the middle of a city. We prefrer not by a busy interstate also.Will need ideas for winter mths of Feb/Mar. We had been there last winter but were not impressed where we did stay whic was by Ocala. thanx
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post Jul 7 2009, 03:42 PM
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We were at Rock Crusher Canyon now named Elete in Crystal River, Florida this last weekend. It was very nice and a great area. Not too crowded. They do a whole lot of winter monthly rentals. You can look it up on this website under Crystal River. Usually for Jan, Feb, March, in Florida you need reservations ahead. Not really so last year due to gas prices and stuff. Not sure what next year will bring, but check it out.


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