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  • Brand New Homes at Sunset Harbor

    Exciting things are happening at Sunset Harbor at Cow Key Marina, a manufactured home community in beautiful Key West, Florida! Several new residents have moved into their brand new mobile homes and another five units recently arrived for set-up bringing us to a total of 21 new Jacobsen homes on the property. The community is taking shape with gorgeous new landscaping and the Grand Opening of the park’s 40,000 gallon heated and cooled salt water pool. Future projects such as an upland beach, grill area and finger docks are starting to move from paper into…

  • Webster Flea Market

    You may never get bored this winter with all of the amenities available at Citrus Hill RV Resort. We offer Bocce, Shuffleboard, Billiards, Poker, BBQ, WiFi, cable and a large clubhouse for groups. But if you'd like to venture out into town, Webster is the place to go. This nearby town hosts many events throughout the year for all ages and interests. The Webster Westside Flea Market is a popular attraction for tourists and residents, with new winter hours effective through May 31, 2014. The market is open every Monday and is located on the…

  • Biketoberfest 2013

    Bikers rejoice! It is that time of year again, so what are you waiting for? Get down to Daytona Beach for Biketoberfest 2013. Going on its 21st year, the event will take place from October 17-20, 2013. Plan for a crazy amount of activities including motorcycle shows and rallies, live music, racing at Daytona International Speedway, scenic rides, and top manufacturers showcasing their latest and greatest models. There is no doubt there will be something for everyone! Have a look at the Biketoberfest 2013 website for a detailed list of events. This high-energy event will…

  • What to Know Before You Rent an RV

    Renting enables you to try various types of RVs and learn from actual experience which one best suits your particular needs. Or, perhaps you already know and enjoy the RV lifestyle but aren't ready to own. Of course, many people rent RVs simply for the fun, freedom and flexibility of taking an RV camping trip without the large investment. What type of RV should I rent? Motor coaches are the most popular RV rental model. Motor coaches can sleep and contain four or more people.  If want a more robust experience you can find a…

  • Beat Back the Heat While RV Camping & Check that AC

    Whether you're camping the summer months in the north in your RV or you're gearing up to drive the RV down to the southern states during the snow bird season, one thing is for sure - it's going to be warm. Warm enough that you'll want that AC running in top shape for your next RV vacation. Camp comfortably and beat the seasonal heat (and humidity - ugh, crushing damp heat!) with an air conditioner that's performing at its peak.  Like any vehicle, your RV needs preventative maintenance and inspection to ensure that you're not…

  • Get Better Sleep on the Road while Traveling

    We all live difference lifestyles whether we're traveling and staying at an RV campground or plugging away at our 9 to 5 jobs.  Some of us thrive on 5 hours or less while others need to get 9 hours to feel rested.  Most of us require 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night. Anyone who travels and camps regularly, either in a tent or an RV, knows that it can be hard to fall asleep sometimes.  When we do finally doze off we wake up often due to noises or awaken too early.  Dealing…

  • Life Lessons Learned through Camping and RV Vacation

    Whether you head out tent camping or in an RV, you're ultimately setting out to some uncharted territory looking for fun, adventure and excitement.  We want to experience new things, and we want to enjoy that connection to nature. Ultimately it comes down to getting away from the daily running to take a break and relax. We don't typically set out on a camping trip in order to discover life lessons and learn new things about ourselves or one another. Camping of any kind can offer a special reprieve from daily life while presenting unusual…

  • Donating for a Maine Cause

    Vacationland RV & Camping Show When Maine’s winter releases its icy grip, folks love to kick off the transition to summer by going to RV shows. Many look forward to seeing their long-time friends there, and this year they received a double dose of smiles as they witnessed the seasonal change bringing out the best in folks who were ready to kick off their family camping. The Maine Campground Owners Association—organizers of April’s Vacationland RV and Camping Show in Portland—challenged the public to bring at least two nonperishable food items to support the state’s Good…

  • How to Survive Camping with a Toddler

    It's hard to fight the pull of the outdoors.  The number of family camping trips with toddlers and children is climbing each year as families venture into unknown territory.  The idea of roughing it and tent camping with a toddler, or doing a little RV camping with kids might make your eyes go wide but it's far more doable than you thought. It just takes a little unusual prep when you go camping with a toddler.  You have to cater to the kids first over anyone else. Preparation for Camping with a Toddler is Key…

  • Keeping Your RV on the Level

    RV Camping - Stabilizing and Leveling your RV It’s impossible to get a good night’s sleep when the head of the bed is lower than the foot of the bed.  Switching end for end might not be much better — especially if your pillow just falls onto the floor. To make matters worse, when you wake up the next morning, you might find that everything in the refrigerator is a bit warm. Why? Because gas refrigerators need to be level in order to function properly. Getting your RV level can be accomplished in a number…

  • How to Hook Up an RV at a Campground

    There is no one “correct” procedure for connecting to a RV campground’s utility hookups. The important thing is to develop a routine and an awareness that prevents contamination, avoids electrical shocks and keeps your feet dry. Before going through the trouble of backing into a campsite and leveling your rig check the site's electric, water and sewer connections. Check the electric outlet’s polarity and voltage, the water’s clarity and aroma, and the sewer inlet's opening to be sure it is clear of rocks, cans or debris. While you are there, rinse off the RV campground…

  • Choosing the Right Camping Gear

    Whenever you pack for a trip of any length, you may worry that you're going to forget something. Getting camping gear together can be more stressful than packing bags for other trips because many pieces of outdoor equipment are essential and difficult to replace. Let us help you calm those fears with our camping and outdoor checklist. Camping and exploring the outdoors are some of the best ways to spend your time. Because camping is so popular, there's a large selection to choose from when shopping for outdoor camping gear. Allow us to help you…

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