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Old 04-06-2018
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Official cost is allot less than $110. FL SP’s offer hefty military discounts too. Unfortunately, getting a reservation is much harder than paying for it! Couple who did the write up I mentioned above also did some videos. If you wanna be really jealous, take their 11 min video tour of JP SP here: https://youtu.be/YMlNxxmYYp4 (their bike tour starts at 2:08).
Yup. I’m jealous! Access to the water and sea life is what its all about down there.
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No matter what the cost, it's still cheaper than a motel and it's related items.
Just remember, your sleeping in your own bed every nite and stopping where you feel like.
My dad is 74yrs old and looks about like he is 55, he is extremely active and loves his Bluebird. He has owned a Bluebird's for the the past 40yrs. I think he likes it the best because he can go anywhere and take a lot of stuff with him. Being able to take his wife, dog, boat, bikes, sea Kayak's, Paddle boards and sometimes even Horses on his trips makes him happy. I have to say he is enjoying his retirement!
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Old 04-14-2018
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Excellent bunch of information and links. Thanks everyone.
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Old 04-15-2018
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[QUOTE=wasper67;411988]My parents are currently in the Fl keys have been down there all week at John Pennekamp, they keep sending me photo's to make me jealous and its working! The fee is $110.00 for 2 people plus $12 for the boat per night. But look how nice it is and how close you are to your boat, I say its worth it![

Does he pull that boat with his BB? Can he launch it with the BB?
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Old 04-17-2018
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Can he launch it with the BB?[/QUOTE]


He launched it with the BB on that trip at a cost of $10.00 to use the FL State ramp. He takes the boat everywhere with him and launches with the Bluebird but when possible we use a boat hoist to keep the salt water off the trailer. Here is a picture of my boat and BB from last year, launching on the GA coast.
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Old 04-22-2018
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Can he launch it with the BB?

He launched it with the BB on that trip at a cost of $10.00 to use the FL State ramp. He takes the boat everywhere with him and launches with the Bluebird but when possible we use a boat hoist to keep the salt water off the trailer. Here is a picture of my boat and BB from last year, launching on the GA coast.[/QUOTE]

Oh, look. Your boat is flying!
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Old 04-22-2018
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Thumbs up NY STATE CAMPGROUND RESOURCES

I stumbled upon a great resource for camping in New York.

Reading an archived blog post of wheelingit.com from last summer, they mention how useful the website, http://www.campadk.com is for among many things the photos of every campsite.

How great is that?
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