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Wednesday, September 6, 2000

Guide To State And National Park Campgrounds - Florida

FLORIDA STATE AND NATIONAL PARK CAMPGROUNDS

Milton, Florida

Address: 7720 Deaton Bridge Rd, Milton, FL 32564
Our rating:  * * * * *

+ Conveniently located 12 miles from Interstate 10 and 35 minutes from Pensacola, FL.
+ Campsites are level and graveled with W/E/S, tables, bbq grills, fire pits and clothesline.


+ Bathrooms are very clean with a row of private shower stalls equipped with a bench and hooks and plenty of hot water.

+ Campground has playground and two hiking trails.

Chain of Lakes Trail - 1 1/2 mile easy, level trail.

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Lake Wales, Florida

Address:  14248 Camp Mack Rd., Lake Wales, FL 33898
Our rating: *****

+  Located 20 minutes off of SR 60.  Approximately 1 1/2 hours south of Orlando attractions.
+  Campsites are private and many are very spacious with tables and grills.  Sites have water and electric but no sewer.  We couldn't get wifi at our site.


+ Bathrooms are clean and have an extra long bench outside the individual showers so plenty room for all your stuff.
+ Campground amenities include laundry room, lookout tower and small store.


Additional Comments:  We sat outside the store which had wifi available when we needed it.  The trails were flat, no hiking stick needed.  There is a also cowboy camp here worth checking out.   

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Sebring, Florida

Address:  5931 Hammock Rd., Sebring FL 33872
Our Rating: *****

+ Located in Central Florida off US-27
+ Campsites are on the smaller size.  All have picnic tables and grills.


+ Bathrooms are clean.  Showers are large with roomy benches and plenty of hooks.  The ceiling fans worked great to keep the bathroom cool and were a welcome sight.

+ Campground amenities include a large camp store, museum and 9 walking trails. 

Fern Garden Trail

Additional Comments:   There is a band shell where Music in the Park Concerts happen.  It costs $10 per person and children 12 and under a free.  We highly recommend the park tram tour.  Make reservations for the last tour of the day for a longer tour.  The cost is $10 per adult, $5 for kids aged 6-12.  Kids 5 and under are free.  

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