Skymessenger you have responded to a several year old post; I doubt the person who posted it is still around to read it. But as for the question, some Facebook RV groups have been buzzing this past week about a story from Florida in which a park asked customers to leave even though they had paid for a longer stay. To cut to the bottom line, Florida law permits this as long as the park gives the customer notice in writing that they are to leave and refunds a pro rata share of any monies paid. From what I've read, the law in FL doesn't specify an advance notice, just "please take your stuff and leave." The basic premise appears to be that customers stay "at the will of the management" and can be asked to leave at any time. Sort of like "at will employees" who can be let go without any particular reason being given.