Directory of Campgrounds: Tent and RV Camping Parks Florida (FL)
The Miami metropolitan area makes-up the major part of urban Florida, while nature (famous Everglades) made the southernmost part of this state.
Florida is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the north by Alabama and Georgia and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean.
The state is known for its beautiful coastline with beaches, exotic nature and wildlife as well as hot summers.
The name of the state meaning “Flowery Land” was given to the peninsula by the Spanish explorer in 1513.
This state is mostly known for its tourism and water sports that are very popular in the entire region. It has also a lot of amusement parks.
Casey Jones RV Park
185 SW Arrowhead Terrace
Lake City FL 32024
Phone: (386) 755-0471
If you go to Florida and you are around Terrace Lake City, don't forget to rest at the Casey Jones RV Park. It is suitable for whole families. The Casey Jones RV Park is open all year round. It has a lovely bathhouse and laundry room open 24 hours. You can enjoy games and books while you are waiting for your laundry to be done. The area attractions are the Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Stephen Foster Folk Center, Santa Fe River Canoe Outpost, antiquing and flea markets, Wild Adventures Theme Park, a petting zoo and more…...
Eagles Landing RV park
4505 Log Lake Road
Holt Florida, 32564
Phone: (850) 537-9657
At Eagles Landing they will treat you like family. This camping ground is comfortable: all sites are pull-thru, all of them are leveled-flat and grassy with full hookup service for water, electricity and sewage. There are clean restrooms and showers here, laundry, trading library, mail accepted, fax and copy service, great satellite dish reception and a recreation room as well, both for kids and adults. It is close to ATM, ice, public phone, cafe, post office, gas, deli, and convenience store. There are Gulf Beaches, Zoo, The Gulfarium, Silver Sands Factory Outlet and flea markets close by. It is also close to the Pensacola Naval Air Station & Museum and the Eglin Air Force Base & Museum.
Welcome to the Eagles Landing RV Park in Florida.....
Hart Springs Park
4240 SW 86th Avenue
Bell, FL 32619.
Phone: (352) 463-3444
The region of Hart Springs is one of the largest spring-fed swimming areas in Florida. You can have scenic walks in the area along the famous Suwannee River or try one of the bicycle routes. The crystal clear waters are not only beautiful but also great for swimming. It is also worth to bring your snorkel equipment and look for shells and other treasures that the river hides. This campground is a family-oriented recreation area, so it is fun for kids and adults as well. There are picnic tables, grills, and open shelters available all around the area. There are also restrooms with hot and cold showers and water, electric hook-ups and more.
Hart Springs Park proves that Florida is not all about beaches....
Old Pavilion RV Park
20771 Keaton Beach Drive (Keaton Beach)
Perry FL 32348
Phone: (850) 578-2484
This campground is located near Taylor County's Fabulous Gulf Coast. Some of the amenities include full hook-ups including cable TV, 30/50 amp electric service, sewer…. Large bathhouse with showers is available 24/7. You can do fishing here, hunting and scalloping. It is a special experience when the scallop season starts. The camp is at walking distance to Keaton Beach and restaurant and to a 700' county fishing pier. On the romantic note - you will love the sunsets here and enjoy lovely evening walks on the beach.
Tallahassee RV Park
6504 Mahan Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Phone: (850) 878-7641
Located at Florida's Capital City this park offers a very quiet environment. You can just walk and relax here.
There are a lot of green shrubs and trees here, such as giant pines, magnolia, dogwood and more.
There is a pool, a recreation room, laundry room, horse shoe pit, pull-through sites, shower area and more.
You can watch cable TV, work on your laptop, or read a book in the recreational area after having a beautiful walk.
There is also plenty of wildlife around and beautiful flowers.
Shopping-lovers will find a lot of
shops and malls in the area, so also this kind of “activities” can be
undertaken during your vacations.
Visit the Disney Theme Parks in Florida and stay at a campground in the area.
Check the directory of campgrounds: tent and RV camping parks Florida (FL) and find one close to any attraction you might want to see while traveling. Campgrounds see a pop up camper, a motor home and in some areas; a mobile home might dock on one of the lot sites. A motorhome trailer is an idea way to travel and stay at any campground.
If you need a beach camp for your recreational vehicle to sit, you will find plenty of these campgrounds in Florida. The directory of campgrounds: tent and RV camping parks Florida (FL) shows a few campgrounds, but the state has an abundance of nice campgrounds for your enjoyment.
Check out the campgrounds and then travel to Florida in your motorhome trailer for some great fun and adventure.
Here are a few places for starters:
Pelican Perch RV Park
11255 Tamiami Trail
Punta Gorda FL 33955
Upriver Campground RV Resort
17021 Upriver Drive
N Ft Myers FL 33917-3899
Alafia River RV Resort
9812 Gibsonton Dr
Riverview FL 33569
Alligator Mobile Home & RV Park
6400 Taylor Rd
Punta Gorda FL 33950
Aloha RV Park
4648 S Orange Blossom Trail
Kissimmee FL 34746