With the best nationwide temperatures year round being in Florida, anyone wishing to take their vacation, RV camping in Florida is in for a great time. Year round you will be invited to part take in the many outdoor activities that Florida offers.
When you come to Florida, whatever outdoor activity you wish to participate in, the suggestions for places to stay are only based on how much of a good thing you wish for you and your family. There is fishing, world class golf, boating on either the Atlantic Ocean or in the Florida Gulf. You will find some of the best snorkeling in the world, 6 of the top 20 beaches in the country and depending on your location, some of the best sunsets that you will ever experience.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection manages over 150 destinations and offer some of the best locations for you do all of your outdoor activities. Listed below are just a few:
A. Bahia Honda is regarded as one of the best beach areas in the state. It is located in the Florida Keys so visitors benefit from both the Atlantic Ocean and the Florida Gulf. With over 80 sites, this resort offers, snorkeling, fishing, boating, picnics on the beach and some of the best sunsets in the country. Just 12 miles south of Marathon, FL, this most southern campsite is a favorite among visitors.
B. With bookings coming in over a year in advance, Curry Hammock Park is a true favorite and a delight. However, from October to April spots are very limited so book early or get on the waiting list and hope for a cancellation. Beach activities define this beautiful spot. With grills on the beach, millions of shell to sort through and fine white sands, this is the place to just crash and relax. When you depart, your tan will be the talk of the town and your attitude will be the calmest it has been in years.
C. Gamble Rogers State Park is located in Flagler County, in the mid northern part of the state. This resort is situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway. With the beach being the most important feature of this resort, all beach activities are happening all day, every day. During low tide, make it a point to walk the beach to catch sea turtles laying their eggs and collect some beautiful shells to remind you of your trip.
D. About 50 miles west of Jacksonville, off of the water, you will find a true gem of a location. The Gold Head Branch Resort is situated on Little Lake Johnson. Here you will find Bald Eagles, Fox squirrels, the occasional Fox and more animals indigenous to Florida. If you like to golf, there are over 30 courses within a hour of this location and should offer you a nice day trip to the links. If you can plan a late fall visit, you will see the wildflowers in bloom and it will be a delight and highlight of your trip.
These resorts are but a few of the many beautiful places to stay while in Florida with your RV. If you have some flexibility, spend a few days in different resorts to accommodate your many options for outdoor activities. Don’t forget your camera and plan on leaving this beautiful place in a better frame of mind than when you arrived.