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Debbie

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Posted: 02/28/22 10:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are going to be at St. Augustine, FL in Sept. until the 25th. Then I'm looking for a campground that is about half way to Miami to stay at for a few days. We have a friend that will be driving up from Miami to see us. Thanks


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Camelot in Melbourne is a great park. On US 1.

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We loved St Augustine. If you've never been there before, may I suggest the Old Town Trolley as a great way to see all the famous old places in town...a hop on-hop off. The Lightner Museum is interesting and beautiful, as is the St Augustine Lighthouse.





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Thank You. No we have never been to St. Augustine. Sounds like fun taking the trolley and museum etc. We are attending a Wedding not sure how much time. But we are going to try and see some things. Thanks

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https://www.brevardfl.gov/ParksAndRecreation/Campgrounds/ManateeHammockCampground

https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/233638


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We were there a couple of years ago and stayed at anastasia state park with our class b+. Loved it. First day went into town and took a segway tour. DW, myself and our guide. She asked what we wanted to see and told her: Parking for the RV, good restaurants, sites, etc. She told us of a nice parking lot to accommodate the RV for $10 all day not too far from the old town, a great place to eat and a tone of interesting facts, sites & shops. Highly recommend the segway tour.


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johnhicks wrote:

https://www.brevardfl.gov/ParksAndRecreation/Campgrounds/ManateeHammockCampground

https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/233638


We stayed at this Manatee Hammock Campground once. It was nice. Right across the water from the NASA launch site. If you time it when there's a launch, I imagine it would be an amazing view.

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