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Suncoast RV Park – Port Richey, FL

June 27, 2012 • I-4 CampingComments (0)

We totally disagree with a negative review we just read. We stayed at Suncoast RV Park in May-July, 2011 and loved it. It was peaceful, picturesque and very well maintained. The managers, Craig and Carolyn, are outstanding and made us feel at home. The park is on the smaller side… one of the things we …

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Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park – Crystal River, FL

June 6, 2012 • I-4 CampingComments (0)

This is a very nice destination campground. We’ve stayed here several times. The staff is always friendly and the facilities and grounds are clean and well maintained. Rock Crusher Canyon is a fairly large campground with about 400 full hookup, heavily

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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

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Grand Lake RV and Golf Resort – Orange Lake, Florida

November 11, 2011 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Grand Lake RV and Golf Resort – Orange Lake, Florida

We have traveled the entire country for seven years. We stayed several times at Grand Lake RV and Golf Resort before Morgan Recreation bought the park. We will never stay here again. We called about a year ago to make a reservation but found the park had

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Elite Resorts at Citrus Valley – Clermont, Florida

November 10, 2011 • I-4 Camping, Interstate 4Comments Off on Elite Resorts at Citrus Valley – Clermont, Florida

Elite Resorts at Citrus Valley was basically just a parking lot. They only had one area to use for showers. It was quite a distance away if you walked all the way around. Otherwise you could walk through the RV spots. If you walked through the RV spots you