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Old 12-08-2014, 05:52 AM   #31
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Jekyll Island, near Brunswick, GA, has seasonal sites. There's not a lot to do there unless you golf or fish. Jekyll Island is an odd situation. The property was given to the state, but it is not a state or county park. It's owned by a separate entity. Some road signs refer to it as a state park, but you won't find it on the state park web site or publications. The island was formerly a winter home of the super rich.


Campground - Jekyll Island - Georgia's Vacation, Conservation and Educational Location


Manatee Hammock County Park, Titusville, FL, has seasonal sites.


Manatee Hammock Park Campground Home


We've stayed at both. They are a little cramped but okay. You won't be totally out of the cold because it does sometimes go below freezing in both places, but you won't have to worry about snow.
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:24 PM   #32
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While I know a number of people who live in RV parks in Texas year round, I wouldn't. It is way to hot and also in most of the state to humid during late spring thru early fall. I do RV a little during the summer in LA, at the Casino without doing much outside. We go to the UP of MI from May thru September where the weather is great during the summer.
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Old 10-12-2017, 08:30 PM   #33
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I would second Texas Hill country. We spent 2 months there last winter. We never ran out of things to see or do!
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