Santa Rosa, Calif. — Camping in an RV resort park can take all kinds of forms these days – from big expensive RVs to pop up campers to Airstream rentals for folks who do not have a camper of their own.
“RV camping is like in the 1930s, when people sat on their front porches and visited with friends. People do the same in an RV park these days,” explained Jinks Dupré, manager of the Santa Rosa RV Resort on Highway 98 in Navarre.
She said the park, which is right on the water, has been open since 2012 and has lots of return visitors.
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