ob1 Posted October 6, 2010 Share Posted October 6, 2010 Cathie and I are thinking of taking our Oliver (and new addition "Latte") for a 6-8 week adventure to the warmer US South in Jan-Feb. Our vacation experiences in FL or TX have been primarily related to visiting family and we are not familiar with camping in either Fl or TX. Our Oliver experiences have been road trips (2-3 weeks) with a max stay of 3 days in any one location, so this will be a complete new experience. We are not enthusiastic about commercial RV parks and prefer State and National parks, plus, with our new little complication to our lives, we need pet friendly places. We would probably not stay in any one place more than a week - 10 days. It would appear that it would be worth the additional hassle of taking bikes and a canoe, especially in FL? A preliminary review indicates that So FL parks have few vacancies when close to the water and we were wondering if the East coast and West coast have any significant weather differences at the same Latitude? Any recommendations, suggestions or comments for places that have a reasonable probability of being quite a bit warmer than Boulder? Thanks much for your help! Terry & Cathie O'Brien (and Latte) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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