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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      Exploring the neighbourhood

      A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Dec 08, 2014

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      ... I was going to empty the trunk and rip the car apart today to find the little body, but since the smell is finally gone, I did not have to. Whew to no more peuw.

      I had had a nice swim in the pool this afternoon and got an hour of soaking in the sun. That was awesome. Now for a relaxing evening of catching up on mail and FB.

      An exciting if wet day on the ICW

      A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Dec 04, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Lake Worth & Pelican Lake Anchorages

      A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... day of bridges. The bridges along this part of the ICW are plentiful. And they just aren't timed for sailboats. And then there was the one that was having maintenance done. It simply opened at 11am even though we arrived at 9:30am. So we anchored for an hour and just hung out. So much for our 7am departure!

      Without looking at my logbook, I’d estimate that we did ten bridges a day for three days to get to Ft. Lauderdale. At least it didn’t rain ...

      Road Trip, Wendys and a Storm

      A travel blog entry by clairebr on Sep 03, 2009

      ... is wrapped in plastic wrap (including the headboard above our bed), and the seats around the bar area, to create a retro 60's looks. The bar is small but funky and this is where we will get our free breakfast.

      We relax after the trip, at which point a heavy thunderstorm starts. We deet up and head out to watch the storm from our front door, the rain pummels down and the sky growls menacingly. Its all very spectacular.

      We head out a bit later and into town ...

      Winds continue to blow

      A travel blog entry by gknopp on Apr 02, 2008

      ... Miami. Highlights of the trip included.. - A great hotel in Vina del Mar Chile. I found the Sheraton hotel's "Hot Latin Rate" online and we had a fabulous mini suite overlooking the breaking surf for $175/night. This is more than I like to spend, but what a room and what a hotel. - Driving up an extinct volcano near Puerto Varas. I was glad it was extinct. - Staying in the wine ...