Category: Campground Reviews

Seminole State Forest – Urban Bikepacking

Central Florida offers more than beach access for urban adventure seekers. As the weather turns cooler in the fall/winter months, exploring the forests is the only place to be. Living east of Orlando there are a couple of options for a quick overnight trip. This weekend, I chose to pedal up the Cross Seminole Trail […]

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St. Augustine Distillery Tour

North Beach Camp Resort – A Relaxing Getaway

Location of North Beach Camp Resort Minutes outside historical downtown St. Augustine is a quaint little campground that boasts the best of both worlds – beach side and riverside. North Beach Camp Resort is a unique campground nestled along the banks of the Tolomato River and the Atlantic Ocean. It is unique since you can […]

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Hanna Park Site 23

Kathryn Abby Hanna Park Campground Review

Hanna Park – Description Kathryn Abby Hanna Park is located in Jacksonville, FL, about 15 minutes off of I-295, exit 47. It’s a great location and offers hiking and bicycle trails, as well as access to a nice lake for kayaking/canoeing and access to the Atlantic Ocean with various beach access areas. It offers a […]

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Fort De Soto Campground Review

We do a lot of camping. We are not full timers, but we are the ultimate weekend warrior family campers.  On each of our weekend getaways, we quickly set up our camper and tear it down in synchronized fashion.  You could say we are more critical and attentive about things because we have seen great […]

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Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park Sunrise

Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park – No gamble at all

Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park – Overview Riding along the iconic A1A on our way to our weekend hot spot thinking, “How can there possibly be a campground backing up to the dunes of the sandy shores of Central Florida’s most popular beach when we are already practically driving on the sand now?” Sure enough, […]

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