Thursday, December 13, 2007

KOA is A-OK for Two Florida RV parks

DAYTONA BEACH -- For the past 17 years, Nory Schultz has called "Town and Country RV Park" home, but no more.

Schultz will now call Daytona Speedway KOA home.

The park at 3003 W. International Speedway Blvd. is one of two campgrounds owned by the O'Dwyer family that recently joined the Kampgrounds of America network. The other park, Orange Isles Campground at 3520 S. Nova Road, Port Orange, is now Daytona Beach KOA.

Besides new names, the KOA affiliation has resulted in some physical changes at both parks, with more to come. At Daytona Beach KOA, for example, the bathrooms have a new color scheme, and there is now a fire pit located on site.

The O'Dwyer family has owned the parks since 1978 but didn't decide to affiliate with KOA until this year. "It's a different world out there now," Brian O'Dwyer said.
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