North Fort Myers Habitat for Humanity (HFH)
We led a Care-A-Vanner team build at North Fort Myers, FL and got to camp in their lot behind the warehouse. The affiliate provided power, sewer and water. It was tight quarters for a little while. One of the RVers brought his rig and vehicles.
This is the biggest set up we have ever seen at a build!
Pelican Roost Campground, Mayport Naval Station
Our next stop was an old favorite. We have been here many times and were happy to score a first row campsite. It was a bit breezy (some say it always is windy there) but we thoroughly enjoyed it. One on the best military campgrounds in the network -- they run it well and not any homesteading going on. They also had great wifi and free laundry.
RVacation Campground, Selma, NC
RVacation is an old KOA that has undergone significant continuous improvement over the years. It is a perfect overnight stop for us along I-95, they are very friendly and accommodating. We got a sight for our front mounted DirecTV Winegard dish and were very comfortable there. Despite being close to the freeway - noise was not a problem.
Sea Mist Campground, Dam Neck (Oceana NAS Annex), Virginia Beach VA
We love Virginia Beach. The closest campsite to Kelly and Jon's place (and grandson Brooks) also happens to be one that is not very well run, so decided on this one again.
That's a quick look at the campgrounds where we stay during the month. (And it provides us a quick reference when we try to remember where we were...)
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!