Camping & RV Parks on I-75 in Florida

Camping & RV Parks on I-75 in Florida
Florida’s Interstate 75 is the main north-south route running along the western portion of the state. Visitors who enjoy the outdoors will discover that many RV parks lie adjacent to the interstate as well as offering close proximity to many of Florida’s diverse array of natural settings, wildlife and protected areas.

High Springs Campground

The High Springs Campground is located in the North Central Region of Florida in the town of High Springs. This park features full hookups and pull-through sites. Features of note include spaces for horses, tent sites and a playground. Those with canoeing skills can drive 18 minutes to the Sante Fe River and paddle from Worthington Springs to the Suwannee River. Mountain bike fanatics should drive north 17 minutes to O’Leno State Park, where trails lead visitors through double and single track. Good technical skills required with some areas offering exposed roots and tight cornering. High Springs Campground is one minute from I-75.



High Springs Campground

24004 NW Old Bellamy Rd.

High Springs, FL 32643

386-454-1688

Highspringscampground.com

Turtleback RV Resort

The Turtleback RV Resort is located in the East Central Region of Florida in the town of Lake Panasoffkee. This park features full hookups and pull-through sites. Features of note include mail services, cottages, canoe rentals and a boat slip. With campsites right on the shore of the spring fed Lake Panasoffkee, animal lovers can spend hours paddling along silent shores in search of residents that include feral hogs, armadillo, white-tailed deer and sandhill cranes. Anglers, in particular, will believe they have entered Nirvana as Lake Panasoffkee is a well known for its bass population. Turtleback RV Resort is one minute from I-75.



Turtleback RV Resort

190 CR 488

Lake Panasoffkee, FL 33538

352-793-2051

Turtlebackrvresort.com

Club Naples RV Resort

The Club Naples RV Resort is located in the Southwest Region of Florida in the town of Naples. This park features include full hookups, back-in sites and limited pull-through sites. Features of note include arts and crafts, petanque--a French ball game, RV supplies and an annual art contest for kids. Reptile lovers will be delighted to know that they have parked two miles from the western terminus of alligator alley, a portion of the Everglades Parkway along the northern edge of Picayune Strand State Forest noted for frequent reptile sightings. Bird lovers should head south 30 minutes to the Marco Island area for glimpses of the mangrove cuckoo, limpkin, piping plover and the mottled duck. Club Naples RV Resort is located one minute from I-75.



Club Naples RV Resort

3180 Beck Blvd.

Naples, FL 34114-1203

888-795-2780

Morganrvresorts.com

Article Written By Mike Biscoe

Mike Biscoe has been writing since 2009. Focusing on travel, sports and entertainment topics, he has credits in various online publications including LIVESTRONG.COM and Trails. He often writes articles covering uncommon travel destinations from firsthand experience. Biscoe holds a Certificate of Completion in acting from the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts.

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