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Old 01-12-2008, 03:49 PM
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I want to do a weekend away with wife and was thinking about trailierng boat to St Augustine area. I have never been over there, so might be fun weekend get-away spot. Anyone familiar with the area have any recommendations for a resort/hotel with dockage? Thanks.
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Old 01-12-2008, 06:55 PM
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MIKE,

The CONCH HOUSE is a marina, and has rooms. Also good food. Very close to downtown ST. AUG. Also the city marina has great docking and close to hotels and food.
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http://www.camacheeisland.com/index.htm

Nice place from what I saw , My friend has a condo there and I have put my parents up in a room there before they said it was very nice also...I know the marina fills up in the winter with northern sportfishs'...
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We made reservations at Camachee Cove /Inn. Downside is they will not let us keep trailer on site, so I have to store it @ Hidden Harbor Marina. They only rent spots monthly so I will have a empty spot the other 26 days of the month. :-). Camachee guy said he could try to hide the trailer for me, but there is outside shot homeowners association would tow it. :-(. That sounds like less fun then I want on my vacation, so I just rented a spot off site. We plan on checking out BaySide and The Couch House (the other places we investigated ) while in town to see if we want to change it up when we go back. I am looking forward to the trip, thanks for everyone's advice. Any "must see" things to do while there, other then the obvious downtown history things on land?.
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Happy Hour,

I have been to St. Aug. before it is a great time. Great lil hometown that has a ton of history to it! I didn't stay there .. just drove up to visit and absolutely loved it. You will have a great time.

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