Florida RV Campsites

Florida RV Campsites
Visitors in RVs will not be disappointed in the Florida's many camping opportunities, whether they want to stay near a beach or deep in the woods. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the opportunities to fish, hike, boat or just sit back and relax in tropical splendor.

Campers Inn

Located on the "forgotten coast" of the Florida Panhandle is the Camper's Inn in Panama City. There are 100 full-service sites, with some large enough to accommodate the biggest RVs. Visitors enjoy the pool, playground and recreation hall. Sites come with a concrete patio and picnic table, as well as free Wi-Fi and optional TV cable. There is a convenience store on site as well as a laundry facility and ATM. Sam's Club and AAA members receive a 10 percent discount. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy surf fishing, boating, surfing or just lying in the sun. St. Andrews State Park is approximately five miles from the park.

Camper's Inn
8800 Thomas Drive
Panama City, FL 32408
(866) 872-2267

Lake Marian Paradise Marina & RV Resort

Situated in the central portion of the state and surrounded by mature oaks is the Lake Marian Paradise Marina & RV Resort. The resort offers 57 secluded sites cornered by the Forever Florida Nature Preserve and Prairie Lakes Wildlife Management Area. Situated directly on 5,800-acre Lake Marian, anglers and boaters use the resort's boat dock, boat rentals, fishing pier, bait store and many fishing opportunities. All sites have full hookups, with pets welcome. The resort has a general store and laundry facility. Forever Florida and Prairie Lakes is connected to the resort.

Lake Marian Paradise Marina & RV Resort
901 Arnold Road
Kenansville, FL 32824
(407) 436-1464

Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA

The Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA offers full hook-up sites with free cable TV and wireless Internet. Airstream rentals are available. The campground offers a pet playground, kids playground, pool, bike and snorkel rentals, beach, floating water trampoline, hot tub/sauna and a craft hour for kids. Anglers and boaters enjoy surf fishing opportunities, as well as boat and canoe rentals and a full-service marina. There is a pub and café on site. The campground offers a three-hour ecotour and sunset cruise. Key West is approximately 20 miles away, and the National Key Deer Refuge is 10 miles from the park.

Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA
251 County Road 939
Sugarloaf Key, FL 33042-0469
(305) 745-3549


Article Written By Joyce Starr

Joyce Starr is a professional writer from Florida and owns a landscaping company and garden center. She has published articles about camping in Florida, lawn care and gardening and writes for a local gardening newsletter. She shares her love and knowledge of the outdoors and nature through her writing.

The Latest from the Trails.com Community

Friend's and I would take the EZ-GO out for a ride on the trace plus I would take the trail horseback riding at...