FLORIDA CAMPGROUNDS AND RV PARKS
Outdoor enthusiasts have plenty to choose from
among the privately owned campgrounds with some
of the best prices for the ultimate Florida Experience.
Camping, hiking, biking, tubing, beaches,
canoeing, horseback riding, and events at music
parks such as Spirit
of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida
on the Suwannee River are just some of the activities
available in Florida campgrounds and rv parks.
RV rental has become popular and most will deliver right to you campsite. Making it one step closer to a great trip.
The Florida State Parks encompasses approximately 158 parks, including everything from museums and cultivated gardens to whole islands and immense wild areas great for canoe and kayaking florida waters. The vast majority are open to visitors and campers. The Florida state park system designates its acquisition into about a dozen categories: Florida state preserves, Florida state parks, Florida state historic sites, Florida state archeological sites, Florida state museums and others..
Fish from our 250 ft. pier, or your own boat or kayak. Or just sit back and enjoy the breathtaking sunrises, dolphins slowly swimming by, pelicans floating or flying in formation overhead, and, sea gulls and shore birds doing their dance. Ho Hum is only four miles east of Carrabelle in Lanark Village. We are in the eye of nature, where the Apalachicola National Forest, Tate's Hell State Forest, and The Gulf of Mexico come together.
If you enjoy relaxing, having a campfire, star gazing, watching the beautiful sunsets, and collecting shells, this is the place to stay! Please check out our RV SITES, CABIN RENTALS, and TENT SITES. It has great fishing and a Boat Ramp right at the end of Indian Pass Road. We have beautiful trees to give you the shade you need, local beach access, dog friendly beach, boat charters available also.
Presnell’s Vacation Resort & RV Park is the destination RV park of northwest Florida with boat-kayak-paddle board rentals, long term RV/Boat storage and easy access to fishing, snorkeling, beaches, fishing guides and more.
Panama City Beach RV Resort is a full-service resort with 69 luxury full hookup sites that can accommodate any size recreational vehicle from travel trailers to luxury big rigs. Don't own a rig? You'll love our condos!
The back of our resort is directly on the bay with boating access on Old River at our resort marina, and the entrance of our property is located directly across the street from the beach with our own private beach access dune walkover to the Gulf of Mexico.
CHECK OUT THESE EVENTS
Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2020 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM EST-- The Friends of Cape Florida is celebrating the 85th anniversary of the Florida Park Service during our Valentine's event, Love by the Moon. The event features live music, multiple restaurant stations, entry into the Cape Florida Lighthouse, and a bonfire by the sea.
Big Lagoon State Par- Pensacola FL
Saturday, February 22, 2020 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm CST ig Lagoon State Park along with the Escambia Amateur Astronomers Association invites you to spend an evening gazing at the skies. Clear skies permitting, members of the association will set up telescopes 30 minutes prior to sunset and have binoculars to capture views of the moon, planets and other celestial objects. The gaze will be held at the amphitheater parking area, with telescopes set up to the left of the amphitheater (east side of parking area). Visitors are asked to park in the back lot to avoid driving through and lighting up the viewing area. All participants must enter the park prior to sunset. The front gates will be locked at sunset, and visitors will not be permitted to enter the park after then.
Farmers Market & Native Plant Sale - Koreshan State Park 3800 Corkscrew Road Estero FL 33928
Sunday, March 1, 2020 8:00 am - 1:00 pm EST
Local fresh produce, seafood, honey, arts and crafts, native plants and trees, food and more. For information about the market, call the park at 239-992-0311. Native plant experts from the Coccoloba Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will be on hand to answer questions and give advice on using native plants in your landscaping, the fertilizer ordinance and invasive plant species. For more information, visit http://FNPSCoccoloba.org