Welcome to our site! We are Joanne & Steve. After 20+ years working for a city school department and police department, we sold almost everything, bought an RV, and started living on the road with our three children. Joanne homeschools and works online.
What we have chosen is to live life as unencumbered as we possibly can and to spend time with our family, for our family, and as a family.
This website is a record of our travels. But, we also hope to educate, entertain, and inform others about RVing, roadschooling, and the great places we visit in this country.
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Campground Review: Camp Inn, Frostproof, Florida
Camp Inn RV Resort
Not to be confused with Camp Inn Florida, a bit more north on route 27.
We stayed here for one month in a full hook-up site. We paid $525, which included 50 amp service and 30 days worth of Wi-Fi. The site we had (R-28) was a wide, corner site having some palm trees. It took some maneuvering to get our 40+' fifth wheel in, but, we managed. This park is 90% manufactured homes and/or trailers converted into homes (i.e. carports; sheds; residential AC units; etc). Some lots are kept up better than others. The transient sites are scattered throughout the park; the bulk of them being in front near the entrance. They have two pools (one which was heated to 80+ degrees). The laundry facilities were dated; but, adequate. The interior roads are level and paved (everyone uses golf carts to get around). We encountered many friendly people (most of whom were over 60).
Being more of a retirement community, there is no playground. They have planned activities, but they are for adults...bingo, exercise classes, etc.
Frostproof is pretty much in the middle of nowhere. If you are interested in the racing in Sebring, Camp Inn is about a 25 minute ride. Disney was about 45 minutes. Legoland, 30.
You have to travel north or south to get to any real shopping. But, the weather was awesome! Worth a stay especially if you are staying a month at a time.