Florida has exactly what you’re looking for in your next vacation. The sunny peninsula is perfect for RV road trips down the coast or woodsy camping adventures in its many state parks and forests.
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Camping in Florida doesn’t have to involve pitching a tent.
Imagine an RV road trip exploring the unique coastal dune lake at Topsail Preserve State Park, underground wonders at Florida Caverns State Park and freshwater springs at Juniper Springs National Recreation Area. Top it off by snorkeling in aquamarine waves at Bahia Honda State Park. Every one of these beautiful stops has an RV park.
Prefer a Tent? Go Platform Camping in the Everglades
Camping in the Everglades is an experience you’ll never forget. Head to the southern end of Everglades National Park. There, you can rent a canoe to take you over the water (keep an eye out for dolphins!) and toward the Pearl Bay Chickees.
Traditional chickee huts are sheltered overwater wooden camping platforms where you can set up your tent for the night – your very own rented island in the Everglades!
Beach Camping in the Florida Keys
Picture yourself waking up in the morning and unzipping your tent to the sound of waves, then spending the day swaying in a hammock or swimming at the beach. Perhaps you enjoy a glass-bottom boat ride before gathering around the campfire under a sea of stars and tucking back into your sleeping bag at night. It’s all possible at Key Largo’s John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.
Other tent camping sites in the Keys include Bahia Honda State Park and Long Key State Park.
Start planning your Florida adventure today.
Featured image: Red Coconut RV Park on Fort Myers Beach.