Driving on Interstate 95 through Jacksonville on the way to Savannah, the thought never occurred that we would end up spending a month in Jacksonville, more specifically, a hell month in Jacksonville. Clearly, spending that much time in Jacksonville was not part of the original RV Living Journey plan. The original plan was to be… Continue reading Hell Month in Jacksonville
Rose Bay Campground Located in Port Orange, Florida Length of Stay: 1 week Electric: 30/50-amp Sewage: Yes City Water: Yes Wifi: Yes Wifi Rating: Good Month visited: October Showers/Restrooms: Yes Laundry on-site: Yes Pull-thru Site: No Cable TV: No Mail Receipt: Yes Gated Security: No Dog Friendly: Yes Extra Amenities: Social Events Rose Bay Campground… Continue reading Rose Bay Campground Review
Dixieland RV Park Located in Waldo, Florida Length of Stay: 2 months Electric: 30/50-amp Sewage: Yes City Water: Yes Wifi: Yes Wifi Rating: Good Month visited: December 2018, January 2019 Showers/Restrooms: Yes Laundry on-site: Yes Pull-thru Site: No Cable TV: No Mail Receipt: Yes Gated Security: Yes Dog Friendly: Yes Extra Amenities: Fishing, Live Bands… Continue reading Dixieland RV Park Review
Sunny Oaks RV Community is the fourth stop on the RV Living journey. This campground happened to become a destination on the trip when we suddenly had to change plans and reroute due to unforeseen winter weather up north.
Savannah, Georgia, here we come! What an amazing feeling it is to see the ‘Welcome to Georgia’ sign after driving out of Florida after so many years. Yes, we have flown to cool cities these past few years, Denver, Seattle, Richmond. However, we haven’t really driven to a new state in many years. Driving through… Continue reading A Week in Savannah
Glad to be out of the Everglades and away from those bugs. The mosquitoes were seriously insane. Had received over 70 mosquito bites just from that month of staying in the Everglades, and there wasn’t too much time spent outside at night. Breaking free of the swamp was a huge relief, and couldn’t help notice… Continue reading A Week in Port Orange
It finally came, the very first stop on the RV living journey. The culminating period where all the knowledge from articles read, forums skimmed, and picked brains would be put to the test in real-life scenarios. It was decided that this first-time practical RV experience would take place on Torry Island Campground. A location just… Continue reading First Stop: Torry Island Campground