Wekiva Falls RV Resort: Home for Snowbird Fun

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December 20, 2016

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Wekiva Falls RV Resort is a haven for snowbird fun amid the warm climate of Florida. Just one look at the resort’s calendar of activities, and it’s easy to see why it’s such a popular spot for folks seeking a roost in the Sunshine State. And the resort’s activities director, Lucy, is always coming up with fun and interesting ways for snowbirds to have a good time.

Snowbird Season at Wekiva Falls

If you’re lucky to have stayed at Wekiva before, then you probably have visited the onsite concession store housing sundry, limited grocery and RV supplies. The store, known as Mastodon Market, offers new flooring, a better floor plan, faster check-out process and an expanded line up of provisions.

snowbird funAlong with the store renovation, many sites have received a makeover. These sites, primarily located in the Standard section, now have brand new concrete patios, level parking areas with lush sod, and brand new 50/30 amp service just like the rest of the sites throughout the park. The addition of these upgraded sites brings the 2015-2016 site-work total to 350+ sites that have received a little TLC. Staying for three months or more? You are welcome to specifically reserve one of these brand-new sites.

Snowbird Fun at Wekiva Falls

snowbird funOf course one of the most important parts of any snowbird vacation are the activities! Building upon seasons past, Lucy has developed a calendar that retains good old-fashioned events like bingo nights and potluck dinners. She also adds a lot of excitement with new programs. Last year, Lucy introduced a “Sip and Paint” event. She expects this year to be even better with an instructor leading classes to help painters of all levels perfect their style and complete the picture at hand. Best part? The event is BYOB.

snowbird funHighlights from years’ past include themed weekends and dances. Vow renewals will be hosted on Valentine’s Day, and a Hawaiian Luau will take place at the end of March. Don’t forget your dancing shoes for a party in the clubhouse every other Saturday evening. The calendar will also be filled with standard weekly events like aerobics, crafts, bunco, Hot Wheel car races (right) and “community campfire” evenings.

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