PENSACOLA, Fla. — There’s a lull every year at the Milton KOA campground between Labor Day and the beginning of October, when the “snowbirds” make their way down south.
But Hurricane Irma filled that void this September.
A campground with a capacity of 150 sites was actually closer to 200 by the weekend of Sept. 9-10.
“Almost every piece of real estate I could fit a unit on had a unit on it,” said campground co-manager Mike Bingen.
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