Topics: RV Resort
The warmth of South Florida is wonderful most of the year but can be oppressively warm in the summer months. RV camping in Florida at that time can be a challenge....to your comfort and your pocketbook! Here are some tips to help you keep the A/C on without breaking the bank:
In this day and age, Independence Day may take on a new meaning for some. So happy to have it and appreciative of all of the people that keep us safe and independent!
Spring and summer brings the rainy season to South Florida and also the potential increase in mosquito problems. Paradise Island RV Resort is located in Broward County where they regularly conduct aerial and ground spraying in areas with traditionally high mosquito population.
The ocean is the heart of our planet. Every June 8th we celebrate #WorldOceansDay to honor our ocean and do something to protect it! How are you helping our planet’s blue heart? @World Oceans Day
Spring has sprung! In Florida that means flowers, more sunshine and hurricane season. Being from the midwest, I was a bit scared of hurricanes basically because I lacked knowledge about them and how to prepare for them. I had been living in tornado country all of my life and knew just what to do. I actually thought “this hurricane thing” was a piece of cake because we had a week to plan for it! I was accustomed to waking up to sirens and having to hit the deck in a certain corner of my basement in the middle of the night. Well it’s been six years in Florida, living in an RV, without any immediate danger from hurricanes so far but they always say “it only takes one”. Although, Hurricanes Irene, Sandy and Erika grazed us enough to get me to do a “dry run” prep.