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Old 07-21-2015, 08:14 AM   #11
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Call Treasure Coast RV in FT Pierce, openings till mid Jan. Don't wait much longer. Winter 6 mo. every year.
Hi Vince, We camped there a few summers ago for a week and loved it! Friendly folks and well kept grounds. Wifey loved the free popcorn in the clubhouse by the sparkling clean pool. We were wondering how crazy it got during the snowbird season.
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Hi Vince, We camped there a few summers ago for a week and loved it! Friendly folks and well kept grounds. Wifey loved the free popcorn in the clubhouse by the sparkling clean pool. We were wondering how crazy it got during the snowbird season.

Much better in winter, more people, many more activities. Heavy in Dec., full in Jan and Feb with waiting list. We stay Oct-April and have a blast. Not too crazy, about 1/3 partake in activities including meals, there's lots nearby outside the campground to do also. Lots of "patio parties".


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Old 08-12-2015, 03:19 PM   #13
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Alifia River State Camp Ground. the staff is friendly and the sights are beautiful. Plenty of Walking, Bike, and Horse trails. We go there three to five times a year.
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Old 08-12-2015, 06:28 PM   #14
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How are Florida campgrounds in the winter if you're only looking to stay a couple days? Are they all booked solid or do they hold back a sites for overnights and weekenders?
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All state parks that I know of have reservable and first come first serve. We go for the weekend frequently as well as one night and then to the next one.


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