The Best Spots In Florida For RV Travel

The Best Spots In Florida For RV Travel

Traveling by RV is a great way to see the world. One of the most common places in the US to visit by RV is Florida. Florida has many campgrounds and RV parks to make your trip a comfortable one. Here are my recommendations for the best spots in Florida for RV travel.

1.  Destin

Destin is a favorite destination for people traveling in Florida. The white sand beaches and sparkling green waters beckon people there.  Camp Gulf  is one of the favorite RV Parks. They even offer beachfront sites with gorgeous views.  This spot also offers two pools, family style bath houses, laundry facilities, WiFi, cable, and an activity center.

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2.  Tampa

If you’re looking for a lot of activity, then Tampa should be your destination. You will have plenty of things to choose from such as Busch Gardens, Adventure Island,the Museum of Science and Industry, and the area beaches.  Lazydays RV Campground offers many amenities such as free coffee, free newspaper delivery, WiFi, cable, and even a complimentary RV Driver Confidence Course.

3.  Florida Caverns State Park, Marianna

If you are looking for a different option in Florida besides the beach, check out Florida Caverns State Park. Besides exploring the cave, you can go boating, bicycling, horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, and geo-caching. Located in the panhandle of Florida, the campsite offers electric and water hookups, and you can bring your pets.

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4.  The Florida Keys

The Florida Keys have a tropical feel to them and attract people interested in boating, fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.  Bluewater Key RV Park is considered to be one of the best RV parks in the world. They have a great location, just ten miles from Key West.  The sites on the water include your own dock and deck.  All have water, sewer, electric (30 and 50 amp), cable TV and WiFi access.

5.  Fort Meyers Beach

If you like to collect seashells, head to Fort Meyers beach.  It’s also surrounded by over 100 barrier and coastal islands.  The beaches have sugar fine white sand and turquoise waters. The Red Coconut RV park gives you oceanfront views from your RV, and the park is dog friendly.  Each RV site consists of a concrete slab, full hook ups, basic cable, internet service & picnic table. They have grills for you to use, and you get access to the clubhouse.

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