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Old 07-04-2012, 07:36 PM   #11
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There are so many beautiful water front and near the beach RV resorts in Florida that $120 per night is staggering. They would have to bring me my Moet Chandon in our slide out bedroom for that one.
A gulf side view with private Tiki Hut, your own dock, frig , full bilateral landscaping, full time mgers, security and 8 miles from Key West at Bluewater Key was $85-94nightly for something out of a movie. Now every trip will be compared.
I do have the Destin area on my radar but so many other values come to mind.
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:26 PM   #12
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Tell me where one is that's on the beach and 200 feet from the water (on the gulf side) and cheaper than Camping on the Gulf and gladly consider it. Fact is you can get close but not on the beach; that's why the higher cost.
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:02 PM   #13
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2 miles east of Destin Florida across the bridge looking into the Gulf.
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Old 07-08-2012, 04:17 PM   #14
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Looks good , what campground is this?
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Old 07-08-2012, 04:20 PM   #15
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2 miles east of Destin Florida across the bridge looking into the Gulf.
Looks great, what's the name of this campground? Would love to make a trip like that, one of these days!
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Old 07-08-2012, 05:09 PM   #16
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That is such a beautiful undiscovered section of Florida . The closest we went was the private docks and Tiki Huts at Bluewater Keys at MM 15 where people have paid $600,000 for their pride of ownership and we get to enjoy it for $94 a day with full amenities.
If I recall an ad for Carabbelle Beach about an 1hr from Tallahassee on the gulf stretch of the pan handle.They are promoting rentals awaiting sales
Carrabelle Beach RVC Outdoor Destination: RV sites, cottages. Anyone been here?

We have some great attractions in the southeast with all the water.
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Old 07-08-2012, 06:25 PM   #17
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I have never heard any campground in the US charging $169 per day.
I can see it if it was at the end of the Keys in Flordia.
They only vharge $120 at the very tip of of the Flordia Keys beach front full hookup.
Key West Campground, Key West Camping, Key West RV Park and Tent camping. Key West,FL camping, koa camping and Camping in Key West

Hey Iggy.....That price makes the Famcamps at Pensacloa look A LOT BETTER.
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Looks great, what's the name of this campground? Would love to make a trip like that, one of these days!
Destin West RV RESORT.. Just across from the Ramada. Stay includes use of the Ramada facilities, to include 5 pools, one with a swim up to bar, weight and exercise room, bars, ie. Bay is on the rv park side. Walk across the street through the Ramada and you are on the Beach in the Gulf.
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We stayed at Carrabelle Beach RV Park, 200 yards to a beautiful gulf beach, for $42.95/nite. Close to Apalachicola and St George Island.

Carrabelle Beach RVC Outdoor Destination: RV sites, cottages

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We stay at Grayton Beach State Park on highway 30A next to Seaside a very nice place. State park $36.00 a night full hookup. Voted Best Beach (Grayton Beach small town) several years in a row. Walk to or bike to Beach. White sand all in your toes. They have a New section and a Old section. New section full hookups Old section Elec.and Water. This park is 15 miles to Camping on the Beach and Destin . 15 miles to Panama City in the middle.. Highway 98 connects the two places. Look it up on the map. They also have Cabins 2 bedrooms a large Kit. family room ,gas grill to cook all the fish you catch that day. ENJOY.
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