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TravelPod Member ReviewsGreat Outdoors RV Resort Titusville
This is a beautiful RV park. Lots of amenities, close to the town and the Kennedy Space Station. People were friendly and efficient. Lots of room for big rigs. Convenient to highway. Nice and quiet. Lots of quaint ponds and golf courses.
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Year Two - Day 18 - Kennedy Space Center. This was an amazing experience to be so close to these space craft, the launch pad and even "the crawler" which was on the move the day we were there. We took a bus ride over to this area and saw how the shuttle would be moved along this gravel road by this crawler. Everything over in this area is measured …
... did see a massive transporter used to move the spacecrafts & rockets from the assembly site to the launch site. The photo below "crawler transporter" shows a diagram & explains it better than I can!! One cleat on the tracks weighs 2000lbs x 57 on each of 8 belts!! It crawls along at 1 mile an hour thus the name!!
The bus dropped us off at the Apollo Centre where you see how huge Appllo ...
... wetlands and drier uplands supporting a mixed or coniferous forest." Now I know why they call the campground Manatee Hammock!
We drove through the salt & fresh water marshes & spotted 2 alligators that looked like they were having a nap. As I crept closer for a better photo for you guys, a fellow warned me not to get too close!!
... evening by dropping the kids off at the Oceaneer's Club while my mother-in-law, brother-in-law, my husband, and I, sneak off to ride the Aqua Duck before midnight.
OMG, so much fun and no real waiting. We ride it two times and I break off to check on the kids. The remaining party go for a dip in the hot tub. Not a bad way to end our first night onboard The Dream.
... degrees F. We intended to camp in Fort Pierce, but upon arrival at that campground discovered that it didn't have a swimming pool. After driving another hour we were at Lake Okeechobee, where there is one of the largest and nicest KOA campgrounds. It was a relaxing 3 days spent mostly in the pool, where we met some interesting people. Jayne overheard several people talking. One of them, Ken Doney, had been on ...