Maybe I'll go back and create one like this for each month. Then again that sounds like way to much work. We'll see, but for now here's a look at where we camped during the month.
In January, we were in the following locations:
Anglers RV Campground, Cedar Keys FL:
We like it here and even prefer it over the more pricey and newer Cedar Keys RV Resort probably because of both the price and the privacy.
It is only 7-8 miles from scenic and historic Cedar Keys so it is a good spot. If we returned to this area, we wouldn't mind staying here again.
Racoon Creek FamCamp, MacDill AFB, FL
At $10 a night, it was not a problem. We don't mind boon docking and the shower house and laundry are large and one of the better ones at Air Force campgrounds.
Another thing we liked was that we ended up being right across from friends Jim and Betty.
There is not much of a view but it is a short walk to a nice but small beach. I liked the pickleball twice weekly at the base gym with other RVers from the campground. It was rainy and windy and a bit cold most of our stay, so we didn't get out this time to play.
One of the detractors of this location is that it is on the back side of the base. It takes 15 minutes from the campground to the front gate.
Even with that, this is a it was a good campground for us and we likely will return again.
Sanlan RV Resort, Lakeland, FL
The best thing about the campground it was where Bill and Marg were staying for the winter. They snowbird at this resort from Ontario Canada. We were able to spend a week there and lots of time with them.
The resort is in good shape, has a tidy feel to it with a good mix of long term park trailer models and seasonal campers. And it has plenty of spaces for overnight and weekly renters. I liked the location and Bill and I got out for a couple of rounds of golf which was nice.
About the only detractor to me was the issues in the front office (not sure exactly what all is going on there but they are definitely undergoing some stress...) and the higher rates we ended up paying ($41/night).
If Marg and Bill are here again, we likely will return. If not, we probably would find a less expensive place.
Twelve Oaks RV Campground, Sanford, FL
We love it here and are thinking about becoming Florida residents despite the higher costs than South Dakota and Texas. But more on that on another blog. We love Florida. It has the best State Parks in the country, great major and minor highways and is very RV friendly.
That's a recap of where we were for the first month of the new year - thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!