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The Best RV Campgrounds in Florida


Are you Florida bound soon? Ready for an endless summer that includes swimming with manatees, enjoying fruity drinks on the beach and stunning cotton candy sunsets in the evening? Florida is the place for you. In the spirit of never wanting summer to end, we’ve rounded up the best RV campgrounds in the sunshine state. Let this be your guide to camping in Florida year round.


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Florida Caverns State Park
Florida Caverns State Park is at the top of our list for RV camping in Florida. It is one of the few state parks with dry caves and is the only park in Florida that offers cave tours. With a cavern full of stunning limestone formations, Blue Hole springs for swimming, horseback riding and fishing on the Chipola River, there is something for everyone.


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Topsail Hill Preserve State Park
If you want the crystal, white beach Florida experience, Topsail Hill Preserve is your #1 choice. With 3.2 miles of secluded beaches and majestic dunes, you will not be disappointed. The park is activity forward with bike trails, kayak rentals and fishing. Gregory E. Moore RV resort is inside the state park and offers water, electric, sewer and cable at every RV site.


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St. George Island State Park
St. George Island is for the adventurer. Known as the “forgotten coast” this barrier island is the ideal setting for those looking to canoe, kayak, fish, hike and enjoy nature. Anglers are encouraged to make their way to Apalachicola Bay to fish for redfish, pompano, Spanish mackerel and sea trout. The shores are full of sea turtles and if you keep your eyes outs, you may see pods of dolphins playing in the distance.


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Juniper Springs National Recreation Area
Juniper Springs is located between Ocala and Ormond Beach and is the oldest and best known recreation on the East Coast. The area is pet friendly, full of swimming holes and bubbling springs. Come snorkel, swim and relax in the heart of this ancient forest.


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Fort De Soto Park
Fort De Soto consists of 1,136 acres made up of five interconnected islands. The area is lush with beach plants, wet lands and mangroves making it the perfect place to absorb natural beauty. Come kayak, hang out under one of the palm hammocks and stay at this amazing RV spot.


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Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground evokes the timeless beauty of the American frontier, with wildlife roaming the resorts 750 acres of pine and cypress forest. Discover charming woodland trails, spectacular pool areas and family fun entertainment at this picturesque back-country retreat. You’re right at the footsteps of each Disney Park, so you can take full advantage of the wonder that is Disney World!


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Key Largo Kampground
Key Largo Kampground and Marina is situated on a stunning canal at the edge of the coral reef. Each waterfront lot has its own private shaded dock and a picnic table with a gorgeous view of the water. It’s ideal for summer barbecues, kayaking and night swims. The campground is also pet friendly!


Do you have a favorite RV campground in Florida? Let us know where you stay in the comment section below.




  • Cecille Roberts
    Posted January 22, 2020 at 10:30 am

    Florida is a heaven for Campers! There is just so much to see and do. Thanks for this list. Will add to my collection.

    • Post Author
      La Mesa RV
      Posted January 22, 2020 at 8:45 pm

      We think so too! Let us know where your favorite spots end up being. Happy trails!


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