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Florida: Safe Trailer park or condo for Snowbirds

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We are in our Canadians in our early-mid 40's and starting to look for possible retirement locations in 10 years, hopefully something where we can spend the winter and then travel during the summer months.

In about two weeks we are taking our daughter to Disney and will be driving, spending a total of three weeks including 1 week max travel to and from Orlando. We're hoping to get some suggestions on areas we should check out while we're there.

We are specifically looking for a retirement community, or family trailer park geared towards snowbirds. Since it will be 13-14 years until we retire, we are simply checking things out at this point, but may buy something we can spend a month or so at during the winters now and retire to eventually.

If you need more info, please ask - since we are just beginning to consider where to retire we're very open to looking at anything and seeing if it's something we would consider seriously or not.

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