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Ichetucknee Springs State Park

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12087 US-27, Fort White, FL 32038, USA
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Starke / Gainesville N.E. KOA

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1475 S Walnut St, Starke, FL 32091, USA
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Twin Lakes Fish Camp

Gainesville, FL

Wedged between two major hunting management areas and situated on the historical Cross Creek, which acts as a bridge between Lake Lochloosa and Orange Lake. The camp is also located close to a state park, all of these characteristics makes Twin Lakes a good fishing and hunting base camp that is close to Gainesville. Take an airboat trip on your RV rental excursion.

Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park

Micanopy, FL

This 22,000-acre park is one of the most significant natural and historic treasures in Florida. Floridas first state preserve, it is now a National Natural Landmark. There are diverse habitats that can sustain wildlife, livestock, alligators, bison, horses and more than 270 species of birds. A 50-foot-high tower near provides you with panoramic views of the preserve. Exhibits at the interactive visitor center explain the areas natural and cultural heritage. There are eight beautiful trails where you can hike, horseback ride, and bike. On Lake Wauburg you can canoe, kayak or boat and fish. Be sure to partake in one of the annual special events such as the Stargazing Party and Fire Fest. A great destination in your RV rental.

Sportsmans Cove Resort

McIntosh, FL

You'll have sunset views on Orange Lake, oak lined paths and a quiet place to enjoy your stay while in the region. The small town atmosphere found in the quaint village of McIntosh will welcome you, and its prime location (just 26 miles from downtown Gainesville), make the Sportsman?s Cove an ideal place to rest. If fishing is your game this a great place to stay in your RV rental.

Ocala Sun RV Resort

Ocala, FL

With its convenient location, spacious full hookup sites, and first-class resort amenities, Ocala Sun RV Resort offers the best of Florida living. Centrally located between Gainesville and Orlando, Ocala Sun RV Resort is the perfect jumping point to the area's best restaurants, shopping centers, and golf courses. The Ocala National Forest is nearby, as well as the popular Silver Springs State Park. Hiking, biking, boating, and swimming are within reach, and so are the world-famous beaches of Daytona and Clearwater. At home, the city of Ocala has the Ocala Historic District to boast. From the E.C. Smith House to the Union Train Station, you'll have plenty of historic and culturally significant points of interest to visit. And back at the resort, you'll have the site clubhouse, picnic area, and heated outdoor pool and spa waiting for you. Whether you're looking forward to a relaxing day in the sun, or planning a fun city night out with your friends, you'll be right where you want to be when you're at Ocala Sun RV Resort.

Flamingo Lake RV Resort

Jacksonville, FL

Nearly 300 full hookup RV campsites plus cabins and yurts and a gorgeous lakeside beach make Flamingo Lake RV Resort one of Jacksonville's most popular. A spring-fed swimming pool adds the finishing touch to a perfect Florida getaway. The onsite Sunrise Cafe at Flamingo Lake means visitors don't have to leave the campground for lunch or dinner. A very popular destination this is a great choice for your RV rental trip. With easy to access sites and all the entertainment and fun your family seeks right on site.

Huguenot Memorial Park Campground

Jacksonville, FL

Huguenot Memorial Park provides some of the easiest and most accessible beach camping in the state. All primitive with no hookups make sure your RV rental has a generator and set out for this wonderful city managed park. The place to be on hot days book your stay in advance. The best choices are Class B or Class C rentals and travel trailers as the sites are smaller.

Little Talbot Island State Park

Jacksonville, FL

If an escape to natural Florida is in order, Little Talbot Island State Park is just the ticket. With more than five miles of white-sand beach, dunes and a many species of wildlife, this state park has everything a nature lover could need. Excellent fishing, paddling, hiking, surfing and wildlife viewing opportunities await visitors, who can choose from 40 campsites with electricity and fresh water. The campground has bathhouse and laundry facilities and a dump station for campers' convenience. One of the more amazing State Parks in Florida your RV rental will allow you to enjoy the beach or the river and some of the best mountain bike trails in the area.

Valdosta Oaks RV Park

Hahira, GA

If you are looking for a beautiful vacation destination that full of lush plants, plentiful peach trees, and people with good hearts, head down to Valdosta, Georgia with your RV and camp at Valdosta Oaks RV Park. This is a family owned and operated RV park that prides itself in making sure each guest has the most relaxing experience possible. Valdosta Oaks RV Park offers over 100 RV stalls, full service hookups, and great customer service. You will get to enjoy cable TV and internet while you are there. You can wander around the green areas of the park and enjoy some peace and quiet.This RV park is located near the Florida state line and so you will have quick access to everything going on in both states. While you are in the area, try out some of the local food and learn about what residents do for fun. You will get to experience southern hospitality at its finest.

Bulow RV Resort

Flagler Beach, FL

Imagine spending a vacation nestled in your RV with the sound of ocean waves hitting the coast as you fall asleep at night. If this sounds like your idea of the perfect camping trip, check out Bulow RV Resort in Palm Coast, Florida. This resort is loaded with activities for beach dwellers and offers guests a place they can really relax and unwind. This resort is paradise at its finest and is great for the whole family. At Bulow RV Resort, they offer hundreds of RV pull-throughs with full service hookups. There is an on site store as well as a bar and grill. You can retreat back to your oasis after exploring the coast for the day. While you are at the resort, you can kick back poolside sipping on your favorite cold beverage and enjoying all of the beautiful coastal beauty Florida has to offer.This area is also full of attractions and nature areas.

Clark Family Campground

Orange City, FL

If you are exploring Deltona in Florida, the Clark Family Campground is a great place to stay. It is only five miles away from Deltona, in Orange City, so is very convenient. The campground has been family owned and operated for over 30 years, and you can be assured of a friendly welcome when you arrive. The Clark family want you to treat the campground as your home away from home, and everything you need is here. You get full hookup, laundry facilities, clean restrooms, and showers. There is plenty to do if you decide to stay at the camp for a day. You will find a swimming pool, a pool table, a TV and games corner, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. There is a beautiful pond here where you will get to see many birds, such as storks, cranes, ibis, hawks, eagles, and hummingbirds. If you don't want to make your own breakfast, there is a breakfast restaurant here, which serves delicious food, and there is also an ice cream social where you can make new friends whilst enjoying your favorite flavor of ice cream. If you enjoy fishing and boating, you can do both at the Blue Spring State Park and at John's River, both of which are very close.

Ichetucknee Springs State Park

Fort White, FL

The crystalline and turquoise waters of Ichetucknee River flows six miles through shaded trees and wetlands and then it becomes a part of the Santa Fe River. You can visit the famous Blue Hole where you can scuba dive and check out underwater creatures which give it its distinct color. Or you can tube down the river, snorkel, canoe, swim, and hike. There are plenty of wildlife viewing opportunities, you can see white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, wood ducks and great blue herons. You can also have a picnic and share a grill with your friends and family as you enjoy the scenery

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

Gainesville, FL

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens includes the state's largest display of bamboos and the most extensive herb garden in the Southeast. The gardens are comprised of 24 major collections which you can easily access on a 1.5 mile pathway. The most colorful months to view the flowers are June through September. Also be sure not to miss the special events that are hosted in Kanapaha such as the premier horticultural event in North Central Florida, the Spring Garden Festival and the Moonlight Walk where paths and meadows are illuminated by special laser lights and more than 1500 luminaries and you can enjoy live music as well. Make sure you bring a picnic basket to make your visit even more complete.

Florida Museum of Natural History

Gainesville, FL

It?s the country?s largest and fastest-growing natural history museum, with millions of artifacts and specimens from dinosaurs to wild butterflies, and excellent tours that are carefully crafted to communicate the science and culture behind each collection. Not only is this a museum but it is also a research institution which monitors endangered and threatened species around the world. These findings are communicated through interactive exhibits, lectures and k-12 educational programs. You will come out with a profound appreciation for biodiversity.

Adventure Landing

Jacksonville, FL

Waterparks are a must when visiting Florida, and this one will not disappoint. With features for the entire family ? from a child's play section to miniature golf courses to alligator exhibits (and feeding!) and the wave pool ? Adventure Landing guarantees a full day of family fun. Also be sure to check out Pirate's Quest Laser Tag, which is a perfect adventure for all pirates young and young at heart.

Alhambra Theatre and Dining

Jacksonville, FL

Live dinner theatre doesn't get much better than this. Alhambra, the country's oldest dinner theater that has been operated continually, is rich and history. One of its first notable performances Barefoot in the Park in the late 1960s. You won't find another resident theater between Miami and Atlanta. For theater buffs, no visit to Northeast Florida would be complete without a stop at Alhambra.

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

Jacksonville, FL

Home to The Poles, north Florida's top surfing spot, Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park is a one-stop shop for fun on the water. With 1.5 miles of beach and a 60-acre lake for paddling and fishing, it's a water lover's dream. Don't forget the bikes and hiking boots, either, because the park has 20 miles of trails to explore. Kathryn Abbey Hanna even has places to camp for both tents and RVs and has facilities at adjacent Dolphin Plaza, which is a popular venue for weddings and other events.

St. Mark's National Wildlife Refuge

Tallahassee, FL

Don't miss the annual monarch butterfly festival in October, the park is located on a migratory route that leads thousands of butterflies to Mexico. Besides watching these creatures take flight, you can also take the Great Florida Birding Trail and watch a variety of birds and eagles, the park serves as a gateway site for this important trail. The park is also home to many wild animals such as bears, alligators, otters, and bobcats. The lighthouse which is the second oldest in Florida state offers spectacular views of the ocean and surrounding areas.

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona Beach, FL

Home to the most well-known race in NASCAR the Daytona 500, the Daytona International Speedway is a must stop for anyone with a need for speed. You can watch events such as ARCA, AMA Superbike, and on the track?s 180 acre infield is Lake Lloyd which has also hosted powerboat racing. Enjoy unique tours where you can walk among the legends and see the world?s largest collections of race trophies, race cars and driver memorabilia

Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, FL

The quintessential American beach offers an array of activities for all ages. 23 miles of powdery white sand beaches are open 24/7 with free access. You can fish, boat, paddleboard, kayak and parasail, and enjoy the relaxing rivers and meandering creeks, and watch dolphins in their natural habitat.

Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens

Tallahassee, FL

This 1,176-acre park is also a botanical garden, an important historical site and a venue for community events such as Scarecrows and Jazz or Kid's Fishing Day. In Lake Hall you can swim, fish, canoe and kayak. By the lake there are a variety of choice places for a picnic. For those looking to meander into the woods you can choose between two trails.

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