Torry Island Campground & Marnia

Address: 5000 West Canal Street N., South Bay, Florida, 33493, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 5000 West Canal Street N., South Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from South Bay

      Happy Holidays

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Dec 21, 2014

      ... we knew we wanted to eat a little lighter. That didn’t stop us from devouring leftovers for supper though.

      Dec 27th – Fixing the van up

      This was a big day for Chris. Okay a little back story. When we were in Pennsylvania well over a month ago, our fuel pump gave out and we needed to be towed to a garage. The guy knew Westys well and knew exactly what the problem was. He was super friendly and after 24 ...

      American Thanksgiving with the FamJam

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 25, 2014

      18 photos

      ... by doing a P90X3 workout outside in the front yard. It was a good challenge and got us dirty and sweaty. After a quick shower we decided to get out and about a little bit so Chris and I went to the Grassy waters Preserve where we did a 1 mile boardwalk trail through the swamps. It was really nice outside so we just chilled and sat by the water for a little bit. Afterwards we drove around West Palm Beach but we were both tired after the workout so we came back ...

      Lions, Tigers, Bears, Oh My... in Florida?

      A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Apr 15, 2012

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... around, LOL. We did have an ostrich come up to the window and tap the glass with his beak - I guess he was looking for a handout, and Gabe was able to capture his cute face up close and personal.

      We had an absolutely wonderful time and can’t thank Margie and Stanley enough for their amazing hospitality. We truly enjoyed all the good food, the personal guides to great attractions, and great company during our time in West Palm Beach!

      It's a Good Day to Die!

      A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Jul 09, 2011

      1 photo

      ... of shame or longing, that they could let go of their lives without regret.

      It is this mentality or state of being that has provided an insight that finally makes sense to me.

      An explanation of the driving force that certain people possess, in doing what they do, with the utmost interest, utmost care, with the utmost attention, and with the utmost engagement, as they soar above the ordinary, who have fallen prey to all of the other ...

      Topfree Watersliding/Buffet Extravaganza

      A travel blog entry by sophiegrimm on Feb 11, 2009

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... Recognized immediately, we filled out the forms and with some confusion about what fees would be waived and this and that, we followed Dave (our favorite maintenence man EVER) to our hidden little campsite and after a little bit of disappointment about having no electricity (how will we watch LOST) or water (teethbrushing) we re-parked the car and heading down to dinner.  We were told we were going to be put to work that night (9:00) doing dishes and ...