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For 1.2 million dollars you can take to the high seas in your amphibious motorhome. Photo courtesy Excel Distributors For many, the annual RV vacation includes flat campgrounds with blue, buzzing mosquito zappers and long days driving from national park to national park. But Excel Distributors, a leading purveyor in aftermarket RV mattresses, knows that sometimes just finding a place to sleep is where the adventure lies.
For 1.2 million dollars you can take to the high seas in your amphibious motorhome. Photo courtesy Excel Distributors

In 31 Strangest Places to Sleep, Excel highlights the most creative rest stops, sleep spots, and out-there hotels the world has to offer. It’s the one-stop guide for anyone who wants to embark on a different kind of adventure—extreme sleeping. In 31 Strangest Places to Sleep, Excel highlights the most creative rest stops, sleep spots, and out-there hotels the world has to offer.

“For some RVers, the goal is the destination: getting to that monument, seeing that landmark. For others, RVing is all about the adventure along the way. 31 Strangest Places to Sleep is our tribute to them,” says Scott Oster, general manager of Excel Distributors.

The unique RV campgrounds featured in 31 Places include the Flintstone Campground in Williams, Arizona, Antelope Island in Great Salt Lake, Utah, Slab City, On Top of Salvation Mountain, near Niland, California, and even a Wal-Mart parking lot.

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The RV Taj Mahal stands five Winnebagos high and features 8 satellite dishes, 32 lawn chairs and a flock of plastic pink flamingos. Running water coming soon. Photo courstey Excel Distributors

You’ve been asking for years: “When are they going to make an RV that floats?” For 1.2 million dollars, you can take to {The RV Taj Mahal stands five Winnebagos high and features 8 satellite dishes, 32 lawn chairs and a flock of plastic pink flamingos. Running water coming soon. Photo courstey Excel Distributors} the high seas in your Amphibious RV, where you can fish all day from your couch.

Glamping

“RV travel may not be as popular in other parts of the world as it is here, but when it is possible, it can be one of the best ways to explore a new place,” says Oster.

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If you love nature, then you just can’t beat getting out in the woods, from the smell of fresh pine and a smoking fire to sleeping under the starsBut sometimes even nature lovers don't really want to rough it. Make it a more comfortable adventure by having a little house on wheels.

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TCM readers reveal some interesting ideas on where to park, for free, that you might not have considered.  What’s playing at the movies?  And is that a funeral home?

Florida Rv park $300 mo.‎

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Click here to see a map of Happy Days RV park in Zephyrhills Florida 33541

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Adwww.happy-days-rv-park.com/‎(813) 788-4858Open all Year 55+ $300 annual rates pool, clubhouse,shuffle board,clean

2017– 2018 RV Rates

“The LONGER You Stay – The More You SAVE”

  • Daily*       - $36.00*
  • Weekly*   - $208.00*
  • Monthly   - $577.00
  • 2 Months - $1097.00
  • 3 Months - $1557.00
  • 4 Months - $1947.00
  • 5 Months - $2297.00
  • 6 Months - $2597.00


During a recent fishing trip to Everglades City and the 10,000 Islands I saw this spanking new RV Resort and had to show you something truly beautiful. This isn't your father's RV Park. It may be of great interest as they say to the discerning buyer who appreciate the luxury in a tropical enclave.

If you can afford it, a very nice way to live and enjoy South Florida at its best.click here

Worth Pondering… Until next time, plan your trip, travel safely, and enjoy your RV journey. Don’t forget that getting there is half the fun!

Everglades Isle RV Resort, - Everglades City, FL

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