Our original plan for the Florida trip was to go south for a month and come home, but after checking out the Greenback weather, we decided to stay in Florida another week, but moved 200 miles closer to home – it’s made the two day drive home much easier.
We left the familiar surroundings and new folks we had met at Waters Edge RV Park and moved to Williston Crossing RV Park. As it turned out, they were offering a half price special on the pull-thru sites in their newer area so we got an added bonus.
The campground is about 6 blocks from downtown Williston and when completed will have about 555 sites – they have around 400 now. This the original entrance from NE 5th St. into the original part of the park and some of the sites there.
Apparently if you are a long term camper (and maybe multi-year) you can do quite a bit of customizing of your site.
The community fire pit requires early arrival for a good seat.
This is our site (#258) and some shots around us. The new short term sites are not yet as nice from a grounds standpoint and don't rate a picnic table.
They have lots of activities, from Texas holdem to wood carving and line dancing, and a cable channel providing the schedule. Their website says "North Central Florida's Premier RV Camping Resort" and they seem to be well on their way to getting there. I would definitely stay here again and recommend this resort to anyone not wanting the warmer temperatures of going further south.
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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.
2/4/14 moving date