You don’t need to get a hotel room to have fun on your summer trip. Camping out with your friends and family can be fun and rewarding. When you go RV camping, in particular, you can enjoy the comforts of home as well as the surrounding nature. Prepare your RV to camp out at some of the best RV campsites in Florida.
Disney’s 750 acres of forest, located right next to Disney World, is just as magical as its theme parks. Home to many species of local wildlife, including deer, rabbits, ducks, and armadillos, this campsite offers the fresh air you’ve been looking for. You’ll also have access to a variety of outdoor activities such as fishing, canoeing, archery, and guided horseback riding.
Cave tours are a popular attraction at this state park, which is nestled in the corner where the Florida, Alabama, and Georgia state lines meet. Camping here offers you the ability to explore the nearby limestone caves and see a plethora of naturally-formed wonders such as stalactites, stalagmites, flowstones, and draperies. You can also partake in hiking, biking, and kayaking.
Located on Old Lake Davenport, this luxurious RV resort is only an eight-mile drive from Disney World. On top of the nearby golf clubs, shops, and theme parks, you can also enjoy a variety of other amenities offered by the resort; some of these activities include church services, dances, and arts and crafts.
This campground on Santa Rosa Island contains 137 family sites complete with electric and water hookups. Visitors flock to this site for its easy access to the island’s beaches. This location is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and fishing. The campground is also home to several military historic sites where you can explore the area’s past.
One of the oldest recreation areas on the East Coast, this campground offers a family- and pet-friendly environment for all to enjoy. Whether you want to hike the trails and bird-watch or swim and picnic out in the sun, this site near Lake George is perfect for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
As you embark on your camping adventure, be sure that you stay hydrated in the summer heat. Staying healthy and happy as you participate in local activities will ensure your trip remains a pleasant memory for years to come.
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