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All Star RV Resort

13621 Perdido Key Dr.
Pensacola, FL 32507
Escambia County

Toll Free: 1-800-245-3602
Phone: 1-850-492-0041
Fax: 1-850-492-588

Description: All Star RV Resort

Amenities:

Year Round Dates of Operation
98 - Full Hookups / No- tents Tents Sites
None - Number of Pull-thrus / 33 Average Site Width
30/50 - Amp Service
no/yes/yes - Gasoline/Propane/Dump station
yes/yes - Phone hookup/Modem friendly
yes - Sites With TV Cable hookup / yes - Group facilities
yes - Laundry Facilities / Call Pets Allowed/Weight
yes/yes - Pool(Heated)/Hot Tub / No - cabin/trailer rentals
No - Row boats/powerboats/Canoes/Kayaks
Yes - Beach Front / Water Front / No - Boat landing
No - Boat slip rentals / Ice Onsite Store


 
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