No matter what side of the compass you’re visiting, Florida’s many RV campsites are ready to be your home-on-the-go. Below you’ll find five of the most awesome RV campsites from every corner of the state. Read on for vacation bliss.
Camp Gulf in Destin, Florida, styles themselves as “the destination RV Park of Northwest Florida.” With beaches, fishing, boating, shopping, dining, and more available on-site or within walking distance we’re inclined to agree (joining TravelChannel.com in heaping on praise). The U.S. News & World Report named Camp Gulf one of the Top 11 Family Campgrounds in the U.S. Bring your RV, rent a luxury cabin, or stay on a beach home—the choice is yours, and you can’t make a wrong decision. For a full list of amenities and rates, check the website.
North Beach Camp Resort is one of the most prominent RV Parks in Northern Florida. The park includes RV setup, tent campground, cabin rentals, swimming, surfing, surf fishing, and more. Rates differ between types of accommodation, with riverfront hook-ups going for slightly more than others. As a two-time TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, you know you’re in good hands at North Beach Camp Resort.
While technically in Clermont, Florida, the Orlando RV Resort is close enough to Orlando that you won’t notice much of a difference. For a centrally located RV park with incredible amenities, you could hardly do better. Amenities include a clubhouse, shuffleboard, whirlpool, your choice of natural frontage, RV storage, mini golf, boat ramp, tennis court, fishing, biking trails, and much more. Stop by this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner for a fun-filled family time.
Siesta Bay RV Resort in Fort Myers is part of the greater Sun Resorts corporation. Here, you can always expect high-quality customer service. You’ll enjoy the swimming pool, regularly planned activities, tennis, and more. Check their website for special rates and sales.
For an all-around excellent RV camping experience, make sure to check out Carrabelle Beach RV Resort. Amenities include horseshoes, fitness equipment, playground, pool, convenience store, and camping in nature. Stop by the nearby attractions, including the St. George Island Lighthouse, Crooked River Lighthouse, Tate’s Hell State Park, St. George Island, and St. Vincent Island, among many more.