FLORIDA CAMPGROUNDS AND RV PARKS

FLORIDA CAMPGROUNDS

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.


FLORIDA STATE PARKS

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..

FEATURED PARKS

  • HO-HUM RV PARK

    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.


  • INDIANPASS CAMPGROUND

    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 BAYSIDE

    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.

  • PCB RV RESORT

    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!

  • PLAYA DEL RIO

    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

Nov. 1st Henderson Beach State Park

Friday, November 1, 2019 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm CDT

Join the Northwest Florida Astronomy Association and view the beauty of the universe. They will start by setting up solar telescopes at 4:30 p.m. to safely observe our closest star, the Sun. Once the sun sets, they will transition to night time observing. Objects visible will depend on the season and time of night and normally include bright galaxies and star clusters and planets. Event is weather permitting please call Henderson Beach SP at 850-837-7550 the day of the event for further information. All participants must arrive prior to sunset, which occurs at 8:00pm.

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Saturday, November 9, 2019 10:00 am - 11:00 am EST
Silver Springs State Park
1425 NE 58th Ave. Ocala FL 34470

Come and discover what life was like at the turn of the century in the Florida "piney woods." The cracker homestead is a replica of a 19th century pioneer settlement. This collection of buildings represents a small "Cracker'' settlement dating to the 1890s.

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Saturday, November 23, 2019 8:00 am - 1:00 pm CST
Topsail Hill Preserve State Park 7525 W. County Hwy 30A Santa Rosa Beach FL 32459

Grab your family and come enjoy a fun day at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park. You have the choice of a photo scavenger hunt or finding any of the park's thirteen geocaches or both. Stop by the Ranger Station on your way in to the park to pick up your challenge packet. Whether you complete one part of the challenge or all, check back in to the Ranger Station before leaving for your prize. A fun time awaits you! Please wear weather appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes. You'll also need to bring with you water and a cell phone (for camera and map app).

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