Everglades National Park is a place teeming with native Floridian wildlife, making it a scenic and exciting place to visit with your RV. If you’re lucky, during your visit, you’ll get to see alligators, crocodiles, turtles, herons, and maybe even manatees and dolphins.
The park has so much landmass that there are three entrances, all located in different parts of Florida. At one of the entrances, located in Homestead, Florida, two campgrounds welcome RVs.
The best time to visit is during the dry season, which usually lasts from about December to mid-May. During this time, the temperature tends to stay between the low 50s and high 70s. You also won’t have to worry as much about dealing with humidity and rain, which can be a plus.
If you visit during the wet season, you’ll find that it’s much hotter and more humid, but you also might get to see more nature in action and get to experience the tropical thunderstorms. The wet season lasts from mid-May to November, and the temperature tends to stay in the 90s. While you are in the area, take time to visit nearby Long Key State Park and Curry Hammock State Park. Whatever time of year that you decide to visit, you will find something to see or do that's incredible.