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We are a group who enjoy getting together to have fun and camp. Some of our activities include biking, hiking the trails, kayaking, fishing, and just enjoying the outdoors. Friday night, we meet and greet with coffee and dessert around a warm campfire. On Saturday night, we come together to share a Pot Luck dinner, and enjoy time around the campfire. If you enjoy camping and want to meet other families who enjoy camping and having fun, come join us as we “Camp Florida Parks” and bring something special to the table….

Collier-Seminole  State Park Recap By Laurie & Marlice October 2019

A Big Thank You to Debra and Randy for hosting our October campout.

This Collier-Seminole State Park was new to all of us; south of Naples, Florida generally in the Big Cypress Swamp.  The campground was well maintained but the sites were small and close together.  One of the two bathrooms was closed due to electrical issues; so it was something of a hike to go to the other bath house.  There were no water sports in the park: no spring, lake, river or swimming pool.  Just campsites.  Before entering the Park, there were many road signs warning of panther traffic around the area.  I was excited to perhaps see a panther wandering around our camp; especially when I had to walk my dog in the dark!  We also were warned about bears; but none of us saw a bear either.  The only wildlife that we saw were the big, aggressive mosquitoes that came for us at dusk.  Long sleeved shirts and pants with Deet spray was the only way to survive.  Debbie and Randy Lewis hosted this campout and all discomforts are forgotten when we all get together and share our stories with each other.
Friday’s meet and greet welcomed visitors Jeff and Comet along with Maria and Chris and of course yummy desserts. Much too warm for a fire so we enjoyed the breeze from a few fans.  Robert and Sharon's daughter, Christina came over on Friday p.m. bringing her tiny baby girl Makenzie Lynn, 3 1/2 months old!  She didn't stay outdoors for long because of the mosquitoes, but she is definitely a doll baby.
Saturday George & Pat went canoeing from the park, some of us went on an Airboat ride with Wootens and a few went to Everglade City for a boat tour. Robert, Sharon, Bruce and Laurie found a great biking/walking trail about a half hour from the park, wishing we had more time to ride as we only covered a small portion of the trail.
 The day was topped off by the usual potluck dinner; always fun and delicious from the baked ham, sweet potato casserole, corn casserole, roasted potatoes, sauteed cabbage and mushrooms,  roast chicken, vegetable panzanella, Caesar salad, and a whole array of desserts.
Sharon left camp after midnight to drive up to Orlando where she was catching a plane to Spain where she was to meet up with several other girlfriends and the four of them were going to run all around Spain.  I don't know what their itinerary took in, but I hope they had good running shoes.
Sunday brought another treat:  we all went to a music festival at nearby Goodland and had a nice lunch/dinner before returning back to camp.  We gathered at Robert's campsite for the "Sunday Night Movie"  popcorn and margaritas!  Then said our goodbyes as we all were leaving the following morning, looking forward to our next campout at Lake Kissimmee. 
Hope to see you all again soon!

Collier-Seminole State Park2019


Why Join A Club?

There is no better feeling when you pull into a campground and you know most of the people there.
I started camping with my family 15 years ago and every campground we went to, no matter how many people were at the campground we always felt alone.   By the time you met other campers it was time to pack up and go home. But now since we joined the "Florida Potluck Campers" its like a BIG family reunion every trip. You pull into the campground and they know your coming and what site you will be staying on. If you need help they are there, having issues with your camper... most likely someone there can fix it and so on...... This is the only way to camp!! So come on out and see for yourself what we are all about and how much fun camping is when you have friends everywhere you go. 

In Memory Of Steve Harris  6/13/2012

Steve shared his love and wisdom of camping with each one of his fellow campers. Upon arriving at each campout, we were greeted with a warm hello and an encouraging word. Steve cared about each family and would always check on each camper until the last family arrived safely at their site. He would make his way throughout the weekend to visit and share his knowledge of camping, the park we were camping at and places of interest in the area. As we continue to share the memory and our love to camp, we have become the Florida Pot Luck Campers. 

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How to become a member

To become a "New Member" of the "Florida Potluck Campers" it is recommended that you attend at least one of our events. To see the upcoming events just click on the Events  tab on the left and you will be able to see all the up coming camp-outs. If you would like to attend one you will have to book your camp site through Reserve America then register for that event on our site.

The membership fee for new members is $25 per year. The membership fee covers all who camp with you in your camper. To apply click on the Membership tab on the left. We look forward to seeing you around the camp fire.

If you are a former FPUC member and have a valid membership number than all you need to do is select the "Former FPUC Member" option when filling out the application and enter your FPUC membership number. The membership fee is $25.00 per year for all members.