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Old 10-04-2015, 04:21 AM   #11
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I'm thinking Hawaii.

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Old 10-04-2015, 06:51 AM   #12
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The Keys don't have beaches, IMO. The only one(s) were pumped or trucked in; what you will see is a lot of is coral rock. The amazing thing about the Keys is the nearly constant sea breeze... summer time is nice, but sand gnats can be a real issue, but if the breeze is strong and you are right on the water; its nice. If the gnats don't get you, the mosquitoes will, if the mosquitos don't get you the gators will.

The Keys is about boating, fishing and diving. Water temps average 69 - 70 in winter; with Naples about 3 or 4 degrees cooler. I'm biased, I like the Gulf beaches better.

Looks like San Diego and South Padre Island, TX run about 58 - 60 December/January
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Old 10-04-2015, 12:49 PM   #13
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By March, it is pretty nice on the Florida west coast - nice Gulf Beaches from Sarasota on south. Red Coconut RV Resort in Ft. Myers Beach is right on the beach - if you can get in!
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By March, it is pretty nice on the Florida west coast - nice Gulf Beaches from Sarasota on south. Red Coconut RV Resort in Ft. Myers Beach is right on the beach - if you can get in!

I think they told me that I'm too big for their park at 42'. Or, at least, too big for their beachfront sites.
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We get a great 'salt water fix' in the Fort Myers area, when we go to the dog beach. It's wonderful, and our pup loves it. The water is pretty cool, but good for wading. For many years, we would go to Sanibel Island, where the water can be very pleasant (but no campgrounds for RVs if you have a pet). Great campgrounds off-island.
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We get a great 'salt water fix' in the Fort Myers area, when we go to the dog beach. It's wonderful, and our pup loves it. The water is pretty cool, but good for wading. For many years, we would go to Sanibel Island, where the water can be very pleasant (but no campgrounds for RVs if you have a pet). Great campgrounds off-island.

No pets for me. Any idea of air temps in Feb/March?
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Old 10-04-2015, 01:36 PM   #18
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No pets for me. Any idea of air temps in Feb/March?
Go to the NOAA website, select the location then key up its weather history.
Here is a for instance National Weather Service Climate
Click on "archived data" and up the month you want.
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Think Gold side in Florida's west coast starting in Fort Myers and working south.
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I meant Gulf side, pesky spell checker.
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