USA Florida and Surrounds 2021

Discussion in 'Trip Planning and Travel Concerns' started by Jason Goodwin, Mar 26, 2019.

  1. Jason Goodwin

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    Yesits early days but the planning has started for an RV trip to Disneyworld and surrounds. Planning on a trip around late March early April for 3 weeks. As per last trip any initial ideas you guys have would be fantastic.

    So planning the following so far;
    Fly in and out of Orlando
    Stay in the Disney RV Park
    Kennedy Space Centre
    Miami?

    Over to you all for ideas. We would love to visit so other states whilst there.
     
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    Just to add we are planning 7 to 8 days between Universal Studios parks and Disney Parks with the remaining time up for advice. Maybe head north to Charlotte or Kentucky REALLY appreciate the input
     
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    Jason I'll add my 1 cent here as it's been 18 yrs since we have been to Disney world and I have forgotten many of the rides and they probably have changed most of them anyways.... but.... If you go to Seaworld watch out for the ride "Kraken" this ride is not for the timid, there was some serious thrills! :cool:

    Mike
     
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  4. Piano58

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    I live in florida. Ft wilderness in disney is way overpriced. We have wonderful state parks. Go tubing down the rainbow river in Dunnellon See the manatees at Homasassa Springs. Do a 3hr lunch cruise on St johns river in sanford on the St Johns Rivership. St Augustine is nice ghost tours sail boats horse carriages museums. Old Fort Lightner Museum good restaurants
     
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    I have never used a forum before so if this is not where I belong, please redirect me. I am looking for full hookup rv camping on the gulf coast that is not of the megaresort variety. I would like a little space and privacy...does not have to be direct waterfront but no more than 30 minutes or so from the beach. Any such thing or am I searching for a unicorn?
     
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    Hi and welcome to the forum
    One of our top go Rv parks is Raccoon River in Panama City Beach. Some sites offer a little bit more space and privacy than others. A phone call to them would answer these questions. Best of all it’s only a 5 minute walk to the beach,give them a try we think you like it there.
     
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    I'm not totally sure about the full hookups, but a state park on the gulf side is Oscar Scherer in Osprey, Fl. I have not camped there, but have ridden my bike through the park several times and it's a park that I would consider. The sites are private, the RR seem to be in good order, and access with a larger rig is good. Nokomis beach is approx 15 mins to the south and west, and Siesta Key is probably 30 mins to the north and west. We use Nokomis beach because it's closer and less crowded. Check it out and see if it fits your desires. Good luck.
     
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