Florida Best Campgrounds and RV Parks
Florida’s Best Campgrounds, RV Parks, Beach Camping, and Tent Camping
With 160 state parks that cover 700,000 acres, Florida is the only state to win the Gold Medal twice honoring its state park system. From swamplands of the Everglades to white sandy beaches of Gulf Island National Seashores in Fort Pickens the variety of landscapes available for RV and camping enthusiasts, makes competing with Florida rather difficult for other states known for their campgrounds.
The task of arranging a list of the top ten best campgrounds in Florida is proven to be as enormous as the parks themselves. The types of the campgrounds vary from full-service natural preserves to beachfront parks to primitive or in other words tent-camping. The parks are all complemented by the long list of the activities that would please any discriminating taste. Florida State Parks offer the most affordable camping experience showcasing outdoor activities such as Swimming, paddling, diving, fishing, hiking, biking, bird watching, and ranger-guided tours make the parks superior compared to amenities that are available in other states.
The following list is the result of our attempts to compile a list of the campground and parks that no one should want to miss visiting them while in Florida. This list is an arbitrary combination of our picks as Florida natives but by no means a complete list:
1) Everglades National Park, Miami- FL
2) Bahia Honda, Big Pine Key- The Florida Keys
3) Jupiter Springs, Silver Springs- FL
4) Navarre Beach Campground, Navarre Beach- FL
5) Fort Desoto State Park, Tampa- FL
6) Walt Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground, Lake Buena Vista- FL
7) Cayo Costa State Park, North Fort Meyers, FL
8) Anastasia State park, St. Augustine- FL
9) T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, St. Joe- FL
10) John Pennekamp Coral reef State Park, Key Largo- FL