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  • Seaside Harmony - We walked barefoot down the beach, dangling our Teva sandals by their straps. As we kicked through the warm, clear water, the sand melted between our toes. A jogger approached us, fit and tan. We sucked in our white stomachs. It made us feel more, well, you know. We should have been jogging too, but now, at 6:30 in the morning, the sun was already peeping over the tree tops, and we preferred to just stroll and look for shells.
  • Casual Key West - The blazing sun is about to sink into the Gulf of Mexico, leaving a long twilight to smile on the tiny island of Key West.
  • Take the Low Road - “There’s an alligator on the right side of the tram, and two more on the left,” our tour guide announced. Expecting to see the full length of one of nature’s oldest specimens, we looked in vain until we realized that the lumps protruding from the water were indeed alligators. We soon became adept at spotting the motionless critters, including one with bright yellow stripes. Our guide explained that, when born, baby alligators bear these distinctive markings.
  • America’s Oldest City - “I’ll take St. Augustine or leave my bones before its walls,” swore James Oglethorpe, as he laid siege to the Castillo de San Marcos and its Spanish garrison at St. Augustine in 1740. Oglethorpe intended to drive the Spaniards from Florida before they could attack his new British colony of Georgia. But the Spanish commander, Governor Manuel de Montiano, had other ideas. He pledged to “shed his last drop of blood in defense of St. Augustine.”
  • Sand, Seafood and Fun in the Sun - Long, white sugar-sand beaches littered with shells, warm emerald water, protected bays for kayaking and snorkeling, world-class fishing, some of the best seafood in the country and an unspoiled natural environment waiting for hiking and biking; was there any reason not to explore Florida's northwestern seashores?
  • CARRABELLE BEACH RV RESORT - Located on the Gulf and surrounded by preserved state and national forests, this is Florida's best kept secret. Carrabelle Beach provides fantastic fishing, nature & bird watching and more, all in the comfort of hotel-like amenities.
  • Carrabelle Beach RV Resort - This is Florida's best kept secret. Carrabelle Beach RV Resort provides fantastic fishing, nature & bird watching and more, all in the comfort of hotel-like amenities.
  • PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL - Panama City Beach is located on the Gulf Coast of Florida in Bay County. The city’s slogan is “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches” and is derived from the uniquely white, sugar-like sand that makes up much of Northwest Florida’s coastline.
  • BRADENTON, FLORIDA - Situated on the Gulf Coast just a few miles south of Tamp Bay you will find the most perfectly pristine beaches of Bradenton. Bradenton is the County Seat of Manatee County and is recognized as an incredible place to have “fun in the sun” on any of its numerous white sandy beaches. It is also highly regarded for its dedication to the arts and historical attractions.
  • Season the Day - With your shopping bags full and your stomach empty, grab a taste of local flavor in one of Downtown Pensacola’s many cafés and restaurants. Area restaurants embrace the multicultural history behind the City of Five Flags to offer flavorful delicacies sure to please even the most discerning palate
  • Several options for seniors - Whether looking for a grandparents’ getaway with the grandkids or an adults-only trip, seniors with an adventurous spirit and those young at heart can enjoy Orlando's warm temperatures,
  • Celebrate in Destin - The Destin Seafood Festival is the traditional kick off of the Destin Fishing Rodeo, and there is no better way to mark its 32nd year than to celebrate right beside Destin's docks, which are home to the largest charter fishing fleet
  • White Sand Beaches and Rolling Dunes - Situated on the border of southwest Alabama and northwest Florida is a small island paradise named Perdido Key. The azure waters of the Gulf of Mexico and
  • The Best Beach Water Sports! - The sparking emerald gulf bordering Panama City Beach invites beach water sports enthusiasts to dive right in! From the bay to the beach,
  • Florida State Parks & So Much More - Natural wonders abound in the Gulf Coast paradise that is Panama City Beach. There’s so much to see and do, from dolphin spotting and bird-watching to kayaking in the Bay
  • Panama City Beach History - From Native Americans to plundering pirates, from summer vacationers to year-round residents, people of all sorts have flocked to the beauty and natural abundance of this coastal community
  • TO DO - From the excitement of bustling city life to the peaceful retreat of the great outdoors, Jacksonville has it all! Looking for an exciting, action-packed adventure? Or do you prefer a laid-back retreat where you can be pampered from head to toe? No matter what you're looking for, there's plenty to do in Jacksonville
  • Seafood & Shrimp - There aren't many destinations where you can pull your boat up to dock at a restaurant and then devour fresh seafood from the very waters you've just traveled. Well, Northeast Florida is one of those fresh-out-of the water vacation spots.
  • Festivals - Northeast Florida is the site of numerous festivals celebrating art and culture, music and food. Spend your next vacation jamming to music seaside, learning new dance moves from other countries,
  • Museums - Jacksonville offers plenty of opportunities for education and enlightenment at its museums.
  • Fun Things to Do - From the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl Classic festivities on New Years Eve and New Years Day to the Jacksonville Jazz Festival in April to the Mayor's Holiday Open House at city hall in December, the city's Special Events Office produces a variety of musical, cultural and festive events throughout the year
  • Welcome to Jacksonville! - Jacksonville, the largest city in area in the continental United States, is a rapidly growing metropolitan city in Northeast Florida, with approximately 850,000 residents. Under its strong mayor form of government, residents elect a mayor and a 19-member City Council, with five at-large members and 14 members elected by district.
  • Snowbirds Find a Winter Oasis on the Sugary White Sands of Florida’s Emerald Coast - With inviting temperatures and an average of 343 sunny days per year, Florida’s Emerald Coast, located on the upper Gulf Coast, provides the perfect winter oasis for warm weather seekers looking to escape the wrath of Jack Frost. Reverse of the rest of Florida, “value season,” December through March, entices visitors to leave coats behind and dive into savings.
  • What’s New in Theme Parks: New Waterpark, Rides and Shows - If your family is visiting Orlando this year, you’ll have plenty of thrills to experience. Get wet at Aquatica — SeaWorld’s Waterpark, take a ride with The Simpsons at Universal Studios Florida or have a “Block Party Bash” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Just remember to get some rest, because with all of the new excitement, you’re going to need it.
  • A Piece of the country in the heart of Tampa - The Tampa Bay area is one of the most vibrant and exciting communities in the southeastern United States. From the beautiful beaches fronting the Gulf of Mexico to Ybor City –Tampa Bay has it all. If shopping is your bag, Tampa has everything from the most expansive flea markets to the most sophisticated regional malls.

Florida RV Camping Overview

FLORIDA – One of America’s most popular RV camping destinations. Over 13,000 miles of coastline and Mickey Mouse too!

Whether it’s spending time on the water, golfing or traveling through imaginary time in a fantasy park setting, Florida RV camping has something for everyone. Take along the kids, grandkids, in-laws, parents or friends and they will all find something…, many things that they will enjoy.

For the pure southern experience, visit a Florida RV Campground in Tallahassee, the state’s capital and a city with a southern tone that will have you humming Stephan Foster songs all day long.

St. Augustine has been determined by historians to be the country’s oldest city. With nearly 500 years of fascinating history, this is

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