We are avid Disney-goers. And, I know that makes some people roll their eyes so hard that they see their brains. So, I'm trying to figure out plans for a "real Florida" tour from late February to early May.
Problem is, I don't really know what "real Flordia" is... nor do I have reservations so most state parks are out. Additionally, a 42' fifth wheel is limited in what parks can take us. But, we are good with RV parks and don't mind paying up to $60-70/night (though, my ideal is sub $50/night for hookups). I know it's snowbird season, but figure I can find places to squeeze in. We'll look to spend 2 weeks in each location.
But, things that in Florida that I know of...
We may need to rendezvous with family around Sarasota for our first stop.
I'd like to do something with Miami and the Everglades, but I don't know if that is 2 weeks each or together. I do know that I definitely want some Miami beach time. I miss the salt and playing in waves. We didn't get that this past year like we usually do and I'm jonesing.
I've read of crystal clear waters in rivers and manatee watching. That sounds like something my family would enjoy.
For warmth, I think I'd like to mostly spend it south of Orlando. But, I really don't know when that warms up.
So... ideas? Possibly itineraries?