If you’re looking to flee the winter chill in your home state, reserve a place in one of the nicest areas of Florida. There, you’ll find a campground that honors RVs with super spacious sites and connections to water, sewer, and electricity with a choice of 30 or 50 amps. Access is mainly pull-through, making it easy for the larger rigs to roll in and out with grass strips on each side. Wifi is available throughout the park, and there is a picnic table with space for a fire ring on all sites. The daily rate starts at $58 and rises to $70 for a larger site designed to accommodate RV s pulling another vehicle.
Residents and overnight guests can feel a sense of security in a gated community where life takes on a leisurely stance for folks of all ages, with snow birders residing at this camp for months at a time. Superbly clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities make for a comfortable stay, while a well-stocked camp store provides groceries and things you may need for the RV.
The activity choices are endless, with horseshoes, shuffleboard, and a gym area for staying fit. The swimming pool gets plenty of use, while indoor games include billiards. The hosts often plan fun events, so check the calendar while you're here. There are computers for guests to check their emails and a series of small lakes where anglers can practice their fishing finesse.
One dog is allowed per site. All furry friends are asked to be on a leash no longer than 6 feet and display their vaccination tags. The resort has a no-admission policy for some dog breeds, including Rottweilers, Boxers and Pit bulls to name a few. There's a full list on their website. Pooches less than 35 pounds are welcome. The resort has even set aside walking areas for man’s best friend. You may need to provide doggy bags, and it's expected that owners dispose of their pet's waste. For any questions you might have in regard to the resort's pet rules, contact the helpful staff by phone or through their website.
Spending the summer or longer at Quail Run RV Resort is a wise decision for road trippers fond of the Florida heat and folks wanting to explore the amazing attractions nearby. If you’re heading for this neck of the woods, pop in and see if they have a site available. Otherwise, book ahead -- their busy times are summer and holidays.