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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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When you want to cast all your cares to the emerald waters of the Gulf Coast, there’s one place to do it in style. At the Live Oak Landing RV Resort, you need not rough it when motorhome camping. The luxury seating area around the saline swimming pool offers a hint of the comforts to come, which include a stylish pavilion where you can host parties, a modern and safe playground for kids, and a “bark park” for your furry friends.
Sites are fully serviced with water, 50/30 amp electricity, and sewer lines. Mature oak trees and sumptuous landscaping provide ample shade and privacy. You can choose to remain plugged in with wireless internet and cable TV available throughout the RV park. With picnic tables (on every site) and fire rings, you can make s’mores while enjoying the starry spectacle overhead. Near the pavilion, you’ll find restrooms, the bathhouse, and the laundry room. Work up a sweat and throw some horseshoes at the nearby pit.
If you’re ready to venture out of the campground’s cocoon, you can rent a bike, launch a boat, or play a round at the nearby golf course. Hit the oak-studded trails, cast a line out for some world-class fishing, or go bold and charter a fishing boat. If you need help, a concierge is available on call. Make the most of their assistance if you want to explore nearby cities on the Emerald Coast like Fort Walton Beach and Panama City Beach.
Camping in Freeport puts you within a stone's throw of the Choctawhatchee River System where anglers, kayakers, and wildlife watchers flock to its more than 25 miles of waterway. Here freshwater and saltwater mix, yielding abundant catfish (some of the biggest in the state), bluegill, and bream, to name a few. Along the banks can also be found a variety of raptors and songbirds, reptiles and small mammals like white-tailed deer and raccoons. If you like to calmly glide along the river's tributaries, book an RV in Walton County, and you’ll have more than your fair share of flora like willow, laurel oaks, and Florida maples that adorn the waterways.
Like to enjoy beaches, birding, and hiking all in one go? Then take your RV rental near Live Oak Landing RV Resort and discover the Topsail Hill Preserve State Park. Boasting a three-mile-long secluded and undeveloped beach, you're welcome to bury your toes in the soft, white sand. Or head inland and launch a canoe or kayak out on the Campbell Lake, explore more than ten miles of hiking trails, or take to the boardwalk to survey the park’s sand dunes. You may also want to join a guided bird walk to catch sight of shorebirds and birds of prey.
For a closer encounter of diverse coastal ecosystems, let Point Washington State Forest’s 25-mile trail system take you through wet prairie, coastal scrub, or longleaf pine flatwoods. Hikers share some of the trails to off-road cyclists on a three-mile, five-mile, or ten-mile loop while horseback riders have a designated trail on Bay Drive. If you’re willing to get your campervan rental dusty in exchange for clean boots, keep to the main corridors for a casual drive through the forest.
Rent a camper near Live Oak Landing RV Resort and get to know Freeport’s colorful history spanning close to 200 years. The Freeport Heritage Center showcases furniture, photographs, and items on loan from Freeport residents tracing the development of "Genoa" to "Four Mile Landing" to currently a small community on the shores of the Choctawhatchee Bay. South Walton County also teems with studios and art galleries, and Santa Rosa Beach some 20 minutes' drive away seems to have more than its fair share of the county’s arts scene.
Like the few grocery stores and gas stations in town, options for eating out in Freeport are modest but would fill you up if you’re into quick bites, American comfort food, and BBQ. Naturally, seafood is on the menu; a sprinkling of Mexican and Chinese staples makes the slim selection more diverse. For more abundant food choices that range from Cajun to Caribbean to Latin, the south Walton County dining scene is sure to satisfy. Some of the popular gastronomic destinations in the area are Destin, Miramar Beach, and Santa Rosa Beach.
With a happening scene on the arts and culinary front, and places to reconnect with nature not far away, Walton County makes an ideal gateway to the Gulf Coast. Start your treasure hunting here by finding the best campgrounds on the Emerald Coast and booking an RV rental in Freeport, Florida. You’ll be glad you did.