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  1. SKP Resort Wauchula FL

    Very comfortable park located 5 miles outside Wauchula Florida. This is my first stop in an Escapee affiliated co-op park. This park has FHU sites for $18 night. Overflow (20 AMP) and dry camp are also available on a first come first served basis for even lower rates. They accept reservations now. Park is green with lots of beautiful palms. A modest pool and clubhouse are also available. This park is a great place that won't break the budget. Wauchula has a Winn Dixie, Walmart, CVS, and other stores to meet day to day needs. For longer stays, this park may not work for those like me who prefer larger towns and access to biking. No sidewalks or bike lanes in the area.
  2. I am not selling or leasing anything. (This post is informational in nature.) I came to Okeechobee FL to tour Ancient Oaks as a potential snowbird site. I am already sold on the Central Florida climate...how could I not be? (60s overnight, 80s daytime highs). This is a very nice and neat owner park with cable at the site. Mostly fixed structures but they welcome rv'ers to buy/rent and "camp". Park is on canal to the lake. www.aoaks.net Many lot owners have their lot listed for rent on a month to month basis, a good way to experience the community and area with no long term committment. Very clean, neat and tidy. Pool (enclosed by screen structure)dog parks. FHU at site. Can upgrade included basic cable to include high speed internet. Laundry is $1.25 load. RO water dispenser .25 gallon. 7 miles from WM and 2 other major grocery stores. Bike trail nearby. I will cone back for a month and rent here one of these years. Just exploring and sampling now. Good owner opportunity for someone who is a full-timer and wants a base they own. Lots are nice and vary in price, see 2 for $20K. 1 for 8K (narrow). Lake O Real Estate of Okeechobee handles most sales. Maintenance is $1,680 annual include basic cable. Wifi at clubhouse. Okeechobee has its pluses and minuses, there are many run down RV parks along 441. It detracts from the ambiance. The park itself is gated and self contained, country feel, very quiet. I like the park and climate but this area probably isn't for me long term.
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