John Prince Park Campground

Address: Congress Ave., Lake Worth, Florida, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Congress Ave., Lake Worth, is near Pigeon Key, Hoffman's Chocolate Factory, Lantana Public Beach, and Mangrove Nature Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Lake Worth

      Summary/ Florida "waiting for my ship to sail"

      A travel blog entry by bevanow on Jan 03, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... I board the ship and then no worries about accommodations for 114 days!!! And I'm certainly not 'roughing it' when I do camp. Electrics / wifi ( although often very frustratingly unreliable!!) / swimming pools etc...and given the season- invites to the Christmas and NY gatherings ( ms.otis regrets).The weather has been mainly in the low 80's ...rain here and there - but overall very 'tropical' ...I am getting acclimatized I hope - I think some of the countries I will be visiting ...

      An exciting if wet day on the ICW

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Dec 04, 2014

      1 comment

      ... one lesson in how it all works. the creek wasnt more than 40m wide.. Lucky we were on the upwind side when the problem happened.
      I got into the gearbox and found the cable had slipped its mount. No worries. I can fix that. So in a few minutes we had it back working. Just old bolts that were undersized for the job. The local sherrif boat came alongside and christa explained the situation. I came trumphantly on the deck as the sherrif was asking if ...

      Finally on the Move Again

      A travel blog entry by 9lives on Feb 20, 2010

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... this time of year. Hurricane force winds off Bermuda and up to 50+ knots in squalls here in the Exumas, Bahamas. Thats over 58 mph winds. We were secure on a mooring ball in Exuma Land and Sea Park but outside the Park exposed to SW/W, NW, and N winds.
      We'd already sat thru a weaker front on Tues (25- 30 knots) and rocked and rolled all night with little or no sleep and decided to abandon ship for the duration of Friday nights/Sat repeat ...

      Sleeping On The Floor With Eddie

      A travel blog entry by sophiegrimm on Feb 01, 2009

      46 photos

      ... same room as him, he just kept on thrusting...... Watching Josh make a drunken ass out of himself, was pretty entertaining for awhile. However, it got old, and Jen and I decided to go for a swim, seeing as how the beach is a 5 minute walk away(Sophie had already gone to sleepy) . JOSH HAD TO COME. Until he passed out on the couch while Jen and I changed. Jen and I were SO THANKFUL because who really wants to play lifeguard for a drunk stranger?? We made our way to ...

      What in the world are we doing?

      A travel blog entry by gknopp on Apr 29, 2007

      ... thinking of buying a boat, but we sure wanted to sell one: our 2000 Tartan 35. To make a long story short, I was able to find a great deal to trade my sailboat for a 1999 Nordhavn 40' trawler. Sue and I had been looking at Nordhavns for a couple years and I was thrilled to be able to swap my boat for one of the leading boats in its class. It was only a few months earlier, we had met a blue water cruser named Larry Rick on ...