The deluxe cabin, where we stayed for $110 a night, had a queen-size bed with linens, two bunks, a bathroom, microwave and not much else. But that’s more than you get in the basic KOA Kamping Kabin, which goes for $68. We enjoyed the small patio with a grill. Made us feel like were RVing. (Photo by Bob Rountree.)
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Author: Bob Rountree Bob Rountree is an outdoors travel writer, exploring back roads of the authentic Florida. Co-founder of FloridaRambler.com, Bob contributes to the monthly Florida Rambler column in the South Florida SunSentinel and Orlando Sentinel. His work has also appeared in the Miami Herald, Guardian UK and other publications.
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