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Old 05-10-2014, 10:19 AM   #11
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I'm not sure if you can describe a KOA as an RV park, but all of them are kid and pet friendly.
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:44 AM   #12
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He's trying to say you have to pull up camp every two weeks and move to another cg. To which you'll camp two weeks and move back.

every two weeks you have to leave
What campground? Some government run place?
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Old 05-10-2014, 10:47 AM   #13
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I'm not sure if you can describe a KOA as an RV park, but all of them are kid and pet friendly.
Ok, thanks
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Old 05-10-2014, 11:08 AM   #14
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My folks became "snowbirds" in 1984. They settled in a "RV" park outside of Zephyer Hills Fla. during the winter months. My kids were little, we would visit on holidays. To say the place was kid "friendly" would be a stretch. Kid tolerant may be a better description.

Kids were not allowed at or near the shuffle board courts, and were discouraged from being around the horseshoe pits.

The pool had hours of activities that were geared to the seniors, they would do their water "exercises" (stand around in the shallow end with empty one gallon milk jugs and push them under the water repeatedly) , kids were expected to stay away.

The pool closed early, kids were always bummed. If the kids rode their bikes too fast, someone would complian.

Just depends on which type of park you go to, I guess. If you land in one geared towards retired seniors, there could be restrictions.

Just my experience.
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Old 05-10-2014, 12:57 PM   #15
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There are numerous campgrounds within thousand trails they are a camping organization you can look them up online coast to coast is a camping organization you can look them up online thousand trails is I believe 40 a month you get a month free every year and after the free month it's $3 a night they have one I know of 10 miles from Disney World coast to coast is $10 a night. We use many memberships and have yet to pay more then 300 a month for full hookup. There are also some campgrounds that allow work camping....I.e. you work for them like 12 hours a week and that pays for your stay
You would be surprised at the amount of options you have with camping fulltime or snowbirding
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Old 05-10-2014, 06:28 PM   #16
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There are numerous campgrounds within thousand trails they are a camping organization you can look them up online coast to coast is a camping organization you can look them up online thousand trails is I believe 40 a month you get a month free every year and after the free month it's $3 a night they have one I know of 10 miles from Disney World coast to coast is $10 a night. We use many memberships and have yet to pay more then 300 a month for full hookup. There are also some campgrounds that allow work camping....I.e. you work for them like 12 hours a week and that pays for your stay
You would be surprised at the amount of options you have with camping fulltime or snowbirding
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Ok, well, if you have any other ideas please let me know.

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