Why People Hate RVing in Florida
Do you dream of spending a season RVing in Florida? If so, you’re not alone. Its warmer weather and a tremendous amount of sunshine make it one of the most popular RVing destinations in the country.
However, there’s a less-than-magical side of Florida that doesn’t often get discussed. Grab your sunglasses and sunscreen; here, we’ll look at people’s true feelings regarding the Sunshine State!
1. Crowded Campgrounds
Many commenters stated that almost every campground they stayed in was incredibly crowded.
7 Reasons People Hate RVing in Florida
Most of the year, the high temperatures don’t fall much below 90 degrees with extremely high humidity. The minute you step outside, it can feel like the humidity suffocates you.
2. Humidity and Heat
These pests will ignore your bug spray and bite through your clothes. When it comes to bugs and mosquitoes, they’re a breed of their own in Florida.
3. Swarms of Bugs and Mosquitoes
Everybody complains that where they live has the worst traffic. However, Florida takes the prize for having the most chaotic traffic.
4. Chaotic Traffic
Hurricane season in Florida runs from June 1 to November 30. However, it’s not uncommon for tropical storms and hurricanes to occur outside of this window.
5. Hurricane Season
Many RV parks and campgrounds will cost $50 to $100 per night. However, during the peak season, prices can drastically increase.
6. It’s Not Cheap
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