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“It’s a very comfortable place to camp,” said Johnson, an Indiana resident who spends his winters at Florilow.

“People don’t go there to find a mate or someone to couple up with.” Lane said the park is successful in part because it doesn’t make any effort to encourage its singles to pair up or form relationships.

Florilow has an activities director during the winter season and there are numerous dinners, day trips and other activities scheduled throughout the season.

Residents also schedule their own activities and publicize them on the park’s bulletin board.

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“We have people who go down there every week,” said Lane, who also volunteers with the local humane society.

But Manville built a new social life by meeting other RVers after joining the LOWs in 2001.

“The majority of the people in here are widows or widowers,” Lane said.

“They had a good, full life with the spouse they had and they don’t want to replace them.” But that doesn’t mean single RVers want to spend their remaining years alone, either. Seventy-year-old Trena Manville of Tampa remembers what it was like after her husband passed away in 1991.

She purchased ownership rights at Florilow two years ago.

She agreed Florilow is appealing to 55-and-older RVers who want an active social life.

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