Check out the Wilder RV Resorts at: www.rvresorts.com
. We stayed at one in Texas this past Winter and plan to make it our Winter home after we retire next year. I can't speak specifically of the Wilder Resorts in Florida but will assume that they, like their counterparts in Texas are all inclusive resort parks. The park we stayed at in Texas had shuffleboard, horseshoes, swimming pool, hot tubs, billiards room, art studios, dance studio, etc. If you're bored, it's because you're not looking for something to do. Check them all out as they each have a different list of facilities and you can decide which one fits your wants best.