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Our RV's can travel anywhere in the nation, however, here are a few suggestions within a few hundred miles of South Florida were you can maximize your camping time and minimize your driving time!


Key Largo heading South to Key West:


-John Pennekamp State Park (known for great snorkeling/coral reefs)


-Long Key State Park


-Sunshine Key RV Resort (nice swimming pool, cafe, Marina)


-Bahai Honda State Park (probably the most popular campground in the

Keys, very difficult to reserve)


-Boyds Key West Campground (very nice, right at Key West)


Palm Beach Gardens heading North:


-Long Pointe Campground (in Sebastian, have campsites on the lagoon/water,

very nice place to camp)


-Sebastian inlet State Park (camping right at the beach (not on),

very very nice beach, beautiful water, sand, good fishing, nice beach overall)


-Beverly Beach RV resort (campsites with nothing but sand and a view

between your camper and the ocean)


-Anastasia State Park (St Augustine, nice campground near the beach,

and a short ride into the historic downtown St Augustine)


-Little Talbot Island State Park (5 miles long, one mile wide, the

campground is on the back side (west side) of the island, the beach is on the

east side of the island, very quite, nice place to camp)


Gulf coast:


Red Coconut (very popular campground right on/at the beach in the

Naples/ Ft Meyers area, the gulf side down here has some of the nicest beaches

around)


Northeast/central:


-Anastasia State Park (St Augustine). There are two

campgrounds in the park, one closer to the beach than the other, neither

"on" the beach though. Nice beach and campground. Nearby the historic

St Augustine, lots of attractions there from horse carriage rides to alligator

farms.  http://www.floridastateparks.org


-Bryn Mawr Ocean Resort (St Augustine as well). Not a

State Park, but has camping right at the beach. www.brynmawroceanresort.com


-Sebastian Inlet State Park. Beautiful beaches, nice

camp ground close to the beach. http://www.floridastateparks.org


-Long Point Campground (Also Sebastian, non-state park).

Camping along the water. Some sites you can have a small boat/canoe/kayak

pulled right up in your campsite from the water. 

http://www.brevardcounty.us/ParksRecreation/Campgrounds/LongPoint/Reservations


Central

-Lion Country Safari KOA. If you want to do something

different, they have about a 1 hr self driving Safari that you can drive the

motorhome through and are inside the property with Rhino's, Ostriches, water

buffalo, lions, and many other animals. Then they have a park also with various

activities such as bird feeding canopy, pontoon boat ride, petting zoo, etc.

The KOA is right outside the gates of the Lion Country Safari park, you can

actually hear the lions roaring in the mornings from your campsite. Nice pool

with camping store on site. http://www.lioncountrysafari.com/koa/koa-overview/


-Ft wilderness (Disney resort). A deluxe campground

inside of the Disney property. Lots to do inside the campground itself like

canoeing, Restaurants, pool. You can also take a boat over to the Magic

Kingdom, downtown disney or catch the buses to any of the the disney parks

right from the campground. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/campsites-at-fort-wilderness-resort/


-River Ranch

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