Florida RV Parks Out of Hurricane’s Path Taking in Evacuees

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Florida RV parks are helping out evacuees.

Forecasters believe Hurricane Ian will be a major hurricane when it makes landfall somewhere between Tampa and Ft. Myers, according to mypanhandle.com.

Many of those residents have decided not to stick around and some will wind up in the Panhandle.

Phones at Florida Caverns RV Resort are ringing off the hook. Florida Caverns RV Resort has over 100 sites and sits just two miles from I-10.

General manager Charles McIntosh said interest in reservations has exploded in the last couple of days as Hurricane Ian moves closer and closer to the state.

“We’re already starting to experience the evacuees calling us and booking online through our website and we are anticipating more,” McIntosh said. “We’ve made every site we have available out there and we’ve been helping people as much as we possibly can.”

The RV resort was destroyed in Hurricane Michael and is still rebuilding. McIntosh said he’s glad to be able to give back and knows how these evacuees feel.

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Source: https://rvbusiness.com/florida-rv-parks-out-of-hurricanes-path-taking-in-evacuees/