government rv parks?

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  1. cheermom1

    cheermom1 <font color=teal>He NEVER EVER takes them out in p

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    I am not sure where to post this but I think this is a the place? I am looking for a government owned rv park in fl close to WDW there will be 12 of us going that we know of but with the FW (which is where I would love to stay :love: ) we can only have 10 people but thats ok b/c my dad is disabled and can get in a government rv park for very little so we would like to stay as close as possible I son;t have a clue where they are or what they are, I googled but that didn't seem to help my little brain :lmao: thanks for the help...
     
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  3. ftwildernessguy

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    The only government owned rv parks I can think of would be on military facilities, unless you are talking about state or national parks. To stay on an rv park on a military post, you must be active military, reserve or a retiree or 100% sevice connected disability. To locate one, check the MWR or recreational services section of the website for the facility you would like to stay at.

    Here is a link which may be of some use if you are looking for military rv parks:
    http://www.militarycampgrounds.us/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
     
  4. cheermom1

    cheermom1 <font color=teal>He NEVER EVER takes them out in p

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    no I think state or national park not military facilities at all that i know...thanks
     
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  7. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure!

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    cheermom1 <font color=teal>He NEVER EVER takes them out in p

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    thank you for the turkey park I will have to call them this looks like a good one...
     
  9. LORNADUCK

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    We just stayed at Lake Louise State Park, they have some full hookups and I think there is a discount for disabled campers. We paid $23 a night. It is right on 27 about 6 miles up from 192. Go on the internet and look up Florida State Parks.
     
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    How do you make reses for Turkey Lake? They are not on the state park site.
     
  12. Shan-man

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    Thanks for sharing the pics Donnie, Turkey Lake looks much nicer than I had imagined as folk were describing it as a utilitarian "place to park" kinda campground. This looks nicer than places we've paid $30+ for in Williamsburg! I never imagined a woodland glade. Thanks again.
     
  13. 2goofycampers

    2goofycampers Sounds like something a camping trip could cure!

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