RV Campsites in Florida

RV Campsites in Florida
Campers visiting Florida in their RVs will be greeted by abundant camping opportunities, from state parks to private campgrounds. Whether it is the beach or a tropical forest you are looking to enjoy, Florida has the campsite. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy various wildlife-viewing opportunities, fishing, hiking, boating or just sitting back and letting time tick by.

Big Oak RV Park

Big Oak RV Park is minutes from downtown Tallahassee and Florida State University. Campers have full hookup sites shaded by old oak trees. Pull-through sites are available. The park offers free wireless Internet and cable TV and a picnic area, showers and laundry facility. The park has an on-site store as well as post office. Hikers will appreciate Wakulla State Park, located approximately 10 miles from the park. The Gulf of Mexico is approximately 20 miles away.

Big Oak RV Park
4024 N. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, Fl 32303
(850) 562-4660

Nova Family Campground

Visitors to the central east coast will find the Nova Family Campground, located in Port Orange. Large, full-hookup campsites shaded by a thick, hardwood hammock, accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length. Pull-through sites are also available and tent campers are welcome. The campground offers free Wi-Fi and cable TV, and pets are welcome. The park features a pool, shuffleboard and horseshoes, surrey bike rentals and a recreational hall. There is a laundry facility and camp store on site. The campground offers periodic casino bus trips and luaus. Anglers and boaters will appreciate that Ponce Inlet is approximately three miles from the campground.

Nova Family Campground
1190 Herbert St.
Port Orange, Fl 32129
(386) 767-0095

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Jonathan Dickinson State Park in Hobe Sound is situated on the east coast in the southern region of the state. The park offers 90 full-hookup campsites that will accommodate RVs up to 45 feet in length. Some pull-through sites are available, and pets are welcome. Each site comes with a picnic table and grill. Sites are shady in a palm and hardwood forest, and the Loxahatchee River runs through the park. Outdoor enthusiasts will find opportunities for off-road biking, hiking, fishing and boating. There is a boat ramp within the park, as well as canoe and kayak rentals. The park has a visitors' center and concession stand with a small camp store. The Atlantic Ocean is approximately five miles from the park.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park
16450 S.E. Federal Hwy.
Hobe Sound, Fl 33455
(772) 546-2771


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.

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