Getaway: St. Joseph Peninsula, Florida

by A.M. Murphy
May 1, 2014

  Tranquil marshes, unspoiled beaches and secluded campsites await along the Sunshine State’s Forgotten Coast   Nestled inconspicuously between Florida’s vibrant capital city of Tallahassee and the tourist mecca of Destin, the relaxed section of coast that surrounds St. Joseph Peninsula... Read more »

RV Park for Singles Over 55

Jeff Crider
Photos: Larry Owen
November 26, 2012

RV parks and resorts often compete with one another on price, location and the quality of their amenities and service. But Florilow Oaks RV Park in Bushnell, Fla., sets itself apart using another criteria: it’s one of the nation’s only 55-and-over parks for single RVers. And it’s the only park... Read more »

Florida, Missouri: Mark Twain’s Birthplace

Barbara Oliver
August 6, 2012

Have you ever wandered country backroads with names like “Cr BB” or “Cr J” and wondered why you were doing it? Perhaps it was your adventurous nature or, in my case, a love of history and the roads that lead to it. it was one of those roads that took me to the birthplace of Mark twain. In the... Read more »

New RV Resort to Open in Fort Myers, Fla.

Press Release
June 13, 2012

  Motorhome owners traveling to southwest Florida will soon have a new RV resort to consider. JL Cypress Trails LLC, an affiliate of JL Properties Inc., announced  June 11 it is launching a new RV resort in Fort Myers — Cypress Trail RV Resort. The new development will cater to owners of Class... Read more »

Traveling the Tropic Florida Keys by RV

Mary Zalmanek
March 19, 2012

From the instant I picked out our campsite on the Florida State Park’s website, I had a good feeling about this spur-of-the-moment trip to the Florida Keys. Brochures claimed the beaches on Bahia Honda Key were some of the best in the nation, and we lucked into a waterfront campsite.  The Keys are... Read more »

Pensacola: Western Gate to the Sunshine State

RVing in Pensacola Florida

February 2, 2011

Program the GPS for Pensacola, Fla., and replace winter’s icy grip with white sand beaches. Here you’ll also find history, culture, golf, nightlife and all the fresh seafood you can handle. Grab a paddle and head to Blackwater River State Park for some of the best canoeing and kayaking around.... Read more »

Venturing Off the Beaten Path in Florida’s State Parks

May 22, 2009

Florida’s state parks are as varied as they are numerous – 161 of them scattered throughout the Sunshine State. Studying the map as my husband, Guy, and I drove Interstate 10 west from Jacksonville to Pensacola, we noted a host of state parks positioned within easy reach of the highway. We... Read more »

Working for a Campsite in Paradise: Honeymoon Island State Park

Campsite in Paradise

February 11, 2009

It took only one visit to Florida’s Honeymoon Island State Park for my husband, Guy, and I to decide we wanted to spend some significant time at this idyllic place. Although 2,800-acre Honeymoon – of which all but 400 acres are “submerged” – has been a state park for more... Read more »

Tropical Palms Resort and Campground

Tropical Palms Resort and Campground

December 15, 2008

At a time when many businesses in Central Florida are cutting back, Tropical Palms Resort and Campground in Kissimmee is reinvesting proceeds back into the property by completing a $1-million renovation project. Since taking over operations in September, Royalty Resorts (Tropical Palms’ new management... Read more »

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