BeachMom's Passport


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28 November 2012

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About Me & My Family

There are 4 of us and a dog. I'm out numbered because I'm the only girl.
Our Family's Travel Personality
adventurous, curious, relaxed, simple, independent, energetic, spontaneous, easy_going, artsy, social_butterfly
We Just Got Back From
Daytona Beach, Florida
Our Favorite Vacation Spot
The Mountains
A Place We'd Love To Visit
New York
Favorite Vacation Memory
Visiting Williamsburg and walking down the street while the drums were playing in the background.
Worst Travel Moment With My Kids:
Flying in a plane with my oldest on our way to Tennessee. He was screaming (he was like 2 at the time) and everyone was giving me the evil eye.
Websites I Like:

Florida Campgrounds You Should Visit

My parents like spending time with their grandkids and one of the ways they do this is by taking them camping every couple of months.  So, I asked my mom to make me a list of her favorite camping spots so that I could share it with my fellow trekaroo friends.  The current ages of grandkids are 7, 6 and 4. The current camping vehicle is a 5th wheel that I could comfortably live in.


3500 Pinellas Bayway S.
Alachua, Florida

Large campsites and many of them are waterfront. You can fish, ride bikes and canoe. It's close to the ocean and the Fort.

4125 Coastal Highway
Saint Augustine, Florida

True Florida camping. You will have the river to enjoy on side and the beach on the other.

reviewed on: December 20 2012

"Waterfront Camping"
North Beach is such a great place to camp.  Our campsite was right on the water and there were a lot of trees on the property that provided the perfect amount of shade on a hot summer day.
My boys and their cousin ages 7,6 and 4 had a fantastic time building forts and hunting for wild life at the campsite.  We were minutes from the St. Augustine attractions and the beach but they wanted to hang out at the campsite the entire time.  
There was a large pool onsite.  There was a ramp going into the pool that the boys really enjoyed playing on.  Outside of the pool area was a shower that was used for the pool and for rinsing off from the beach.  The beach was right across from the property.  It was a nice beach with lots of shells.
There appeared to be an airport across the river from our campsite so we enjoyed watching the planes land and take off while we roasted marshmallows or enjoyed a cup of coffee.
While on our trip one of the boys came down with something so I was so happy to find a Publix right up the road.  
If you enjoy camping in style this is the place to do it.  It's so relaxing and beautiful you truly won't want to leave.


2000 Lion Country Safari Road
Loxahatchee, Florida

You can hear the lions roaring from your campsite. Such a fun experience


15402 Highway 301 North
Thonotosassa, Florida

Large swimming pool, climbing wall, suspension bridge and the chance to see large herds of deer. You will enjoy this camping spot.