Category Archives: RV Travel

The Royal Palm Railway Experience

We visited the newest incarnation of the Mt. Dora Florida Railway.  The new operator on these tracks is the Orlando & Northwestern Railway offering The Royal Palm Railway Experience on the Golden Triangle Route from Mt. Dora to Tavares to … Continue reading

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Withlacoochee River Kayaking

We recently had the opportunity to join the Sandy Oaks RV Park kayak group on a couple very nice paddles on sections of the Withlacoochee River near Dunnellon Florida.  We met the group while staying at the RV park in … Continue reading

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Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gardens and Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

Dunlawton plantation and sugar  mill was a north Florida sugar plantation destroyed by Seminole Indians at the beginning of the Second Seminole War.  Its located in what is now Port Orange Florida along the Atlantic coast.  The ruins are now … Continue reading

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Highlands Hammock and Payne’s Creek State Parks Florida

While staying at Thousand Trails Peace River RV Park we visited two state parks we had driven by countless times.  While we lived in southern Florida and toured much of the state, we were always in a hurry.  We never … Continue reading

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Tom Petty Park, Gainesville Florida

We have been Tom Petty fans for a very long time.  His death last year was very sad.  He has become our traveling companion on our road days in the RV via Sirius Radio.  Northeast Park in Gainesville Florida was … Continue reading

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2018 Year End Wrap

2018 was a year of new destinations, big changes, milestones and old haunts. We began the year in Florida and upgraded our motorhome to a beautiful 2014 Holiday Rambler Ambassador.  37 feet long with 3 big slides, king size air … Continue reading

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Cape Cod

Cape Cod is a destination all on its own.  We only had a few days in the area due to the campground closing but we think we got a good taste. The Cape Cod Canal was developed in the early … Continue reading

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