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Pellicer Creek Campground, St Augustine, Florida

Pellicer Creek Campground is located about 20 minutes south of downtown St. Augustine, Fl. The park itself is very quiet, with mostly full-time residents who leave for work during the day. Our site was back-in and a decent size, being able to park our truck in front of our rig and had full hookups.  They had some great amenities like laundry inside the...

Sunshine Travel RV Resort, Vero Beach, Florida

Sunshine Travel RV Resort in Vero Beach, Florida was a little bit pricier than what we try to spend but comes jam-packed with a ton of amenities.  We had heard some potential horror stories about the Thousand Trails program so we went into this with some hesitation.  After staying there, we can say that we didn’t experience any of the negativity that...

Ponderosa RV Park, Kissimmee, Florida

We were originally supposed to be at Bahia Honda State Park for the week, but because of the damage from Hurricane Irma, they had canceled the first part of our reservation.  Scrambling to find something in Florida during the winter months, we were fortunate enough to come across Ponderosa RV Park in Kissimmee, Florida. The spaces themselves aren’t much to...

Fort De Soto County Park, St Petersburg, Florida

We had been looking forward to Florida for quite some time, mostly for the weather, but we had no idea that we were about to pull into one of our favorite campsites at Fort De Soto County Park in St. Petersburg, Florida.  We reserved one of the pull-through sites where we could easily fit two, maybe even 3 of our rigs end to end and still have plenty of room on...

Styx River RV Resort, Robertsdale, Alabama

We did a tour of Ocean Canyon Properties when we were out in Texas and it was exactly like a timeshare presentation, but for RVers.  We didn’t end up buying into the program since what they were offering was not what we were looking for when it comes to our lifestyle, but we did end up getting some free nights to stay at one of their properties.  We...

Wilson’s Riverfront RV Park, Asheville, North Carolina

After our two weeks in the wilderness of Virginia, we were looking forward to being close to some good vegan food so we parked at Wilson’s Riverfront RV Park in Asheville, North Carolina.  The park itself is rather small, consisting of maybe 30-40 full sites and it appeared to have some long-term or full-time residents, but those were few and far between...

Endless Caverns RV Park, New Market, Virginia

After an intense week in New York City, we were dying to get back into nature so we packed up our home and moved down to Endless Caverns RV Park just outside of New Market, Virginia.  Upon arrival, we were greeted by the maintenance worker who welcomed us to our new favorite campground.  By the time he escorted us to our campsite, we knew that he...

Sunset Point Campground, Harrington, Maine

We were extremely excited to get up to Maine, especially since the weather was starting to cool off a bit.  While we were hoping that the trees were going to be changing color, we seemed to be just a tad too early for that and only got patches of color here and there.  Since we weren’t able to get into a campsite right next to Acadia National Park, we...