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We went camping at Peace River Campground for the first time last December. There were four of us, and we found everyone to be friendly, the rest rooms and showers were constantly kept clean. We are going back next week.
There are 21 sites that are out of service for mostly electrical reasons which include 4 sewer sites. Came in on Wed there was no sewer site lottery Thurs, Friday there were 2 sites and Sat there were 3 sites according to the board. There...More
We jus spent a 3 day weekend at Peace River Campground on 1/20-1/23/17, to celebrate my daughter's 12th birthday. We chose this campground because of the fact that they allow you to bring your off-road vehicles, and we had just purchased my daughter a mini...More
So let me start by saying this. Do. Not. Come. Here!!!! We've been coming here for years. Every year the staff gets more rude!!! Do not. I repeat. Do not come here!!! Do. Not. Come. Here. The staff makes it an ugly experience that you...More
Spent 2 nights at peace river cg in arcadia. We were there during the week so the park was not very busy. We brought our atvs and utv. Had a lot of fun out riding the trails. We have a larger class a and since...More
I want to camp in wilderness area,.... Would this be possible ?
I have a slide-in truck camper & towing a Honda Silver Wing scooter on motorcycle trailer. (Hard to back-up) I also have handicap placard for limited mobility. Interested in coming Feb. for a visit, I go to the dirt track at Eastbay Speedway & visit friends at Lake Okeechobee. My email is gphatdaddy55atyahoo
18 January 2015|
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Should not be a problem. However, as far as I know, the wilderness area does not have electric or water at any site. Many sites are "pull through" so no backing up needed. We always stay in the main part of the park... More
Should not be a problem. However, as far as I know, the wilderness area does not have electric or water at any site. Many sites are "pull through" so no backing up needed. We always stay in the main part of the park and LOVE it.
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"We had campers, it was a campground geared for trail riding, mud riding, tubing, canoeing, etc. Don't..."