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Kissimmee/Orlando KOA – Kissimmee, Florida

March 7, 2014 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Kissimmee/Orlando KOA – Kissimmee, Florida

ChesterC writes: This KOA is located about 4 miles east of I-4 on US Route 192 in Kissimmee, Florida. It’s adjacent to a Sam’s Club and within walking distance of several restaurants. The campground is quite small and as neat as a pin. All of the sites are a comfortable size and well-appointed. They also …

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Lazydays RV Campground – Seffner, Florida

September 9, 2013 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Lazydays RV Campground – Seffner, Florida

Lazydays RV Campground is located just off I-4, exit 10 and less than 2 miles from I-75, exit 261. It’s a very convenient location for exploring the Tampa/St. Pete area and less than an hour to Disney. It’s really nice here. Check-in was quick and

Lakemont Ridge Home and RV Park – Frostproof, Florida

August 14, 2012 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Lakemont Ridge Home and RV Park – Frostproof, Florida

I stayed at Lakemont Ridge Home and RV Park for a week while visiting family in the area. All of the facilities were neat and clean and were obviously well-maintained. The pool was a refreshing retreat for some exercising and cooling off after a long, hot

Lake Letta RV Park – Avon Park, Florida | RVBuddy.com

Lake Letta RV Park – Avon Park, Florida

August 14, 2012 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Lake Letta RV Park – Avon Park, Florida

We really had a nice time at Lake Letta RV Park. Everyone there was extremely friendly and nice. And the onsite park manager is a gem! Made us feel right at home from the minute we arrived. Our site was a large, level grassy site with plenty of room between

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Camp’n Aire RV Resort – Lake Wales, Florida

February 8, 2012 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Camp’n Aire RV Resort – Lake Wales, Florida

We stayed at Camp’n Aire years ago and vowed not to return, not because of the residents but because the campground was old and tired. That’s where the old ends and the new begins… A few years ago, new owners bought the campground which is now