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People go camping in South Florida for a number of reasons, primarily for the vibrant atmosphere and the tropical weather. Rent an RV near Miami Everglades Resort Campground and experience the sunny, coastal city vibes. This Miami campground is family and couples-friendly with something for everyone to enjoy, from the kids' playground and volleyball courts to the big screen movie nights and “five o'clock somewhere” happy hour socials. The RV park has an 18-hole miniature golf course, a swimming pool and hot tub, bingo, shuffleboard, and more.
While camping at Miami Everglades Resort Campground, you'll have access to the on-site laundry facilities, restrooms with showers in case you need to freshen up, Wi-Fi to let your people back home know you're safe, and other amenities to help make your visit a relaxing one. If you have a dog with you, there's a dog park, and you can top up on any supplies that might be running low at the camp store and take a time out with the park's cable TV channels. The park has palm, avocado, and mango trees to please the eye, and is adjacent to a number of tropical floral nurseries and farms. Everglades National Park and Key Largo are just a short drive away; in fact, you should take your rental RV for a spin to these places and experience why RV vacations are so unique and wonderful (driving one is an important part of it).
Search for an RV in Miami Dade County, and you can choose from a wide variety of RV rental units to find the one that is perfect for you. Now that you've found it, turn your attention toward the Southern Glades Wildlife and Environmental Area. The park was created in an effort to slow down the damage that is being caused by urbanization and restore the sawgrass marsh, marl prairie, and tree island communities that constitute the Everglades area to their former status; the park's creation has also led to the protection of the area's wildlife habitats from further damage. Don't forget to bring your camera as there is a wide variety of bird species, tropical hardwood tree stands, and rare plants you can photograph.
Biscayne National Park is to the ocean what the other parks are to the mainland: an enchanted world of coral reefs and centuries-old shipwrecks hidden beneath aquamarine waters and within a stone's throw of emerald islands. You can canoe or kayak out on the open waters or through groves of mango trees, snorkel or scuba dive, go fishing or lobstering, or enjoy the view of the bay from land while others try their hand at these activities; rest and relax, or dive right into it, it's your choice. If you happen to catch something, having your motorhome rental on hand means you can take your catch from the water straight to the fridge until it's time to start thinking about what to serve it with.
Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area has a long history of providing for the local populations long before the European settlers began to arrive. This is why it's such a popular destination for hunters, anglers, and nature enthusiasts who are just as happy hunting with a camera. The park is a combination of sawgrass marsh, wet prairies/sloughs, and tree islands that provide habitat for the native fish and wildlife; these landscapes are separated in places by levees that were designed to allow public access for activities such as hiking and biking. Hunting is permitted at certain times, and camping in the park is also allowed.
Florida is just as famous for its urban attractions as its outdoor ones, so you should spend some of your time in the cities, soaking up the culture and history while indulging your senses in other ways. Boca Raton is a wonderland in its own right, with several shopping areas and museums, breweries and water parks, a stadium where you can watch the local football team play, and a nature center where you can get up close with the resident animals. The nature center is located on a barrier island and has an aquarium, a butterfly garden, a rehab facility for sea turtles, and trails where you can hike.
Hollywood, Florida, has everything you need to make your way around the city and its outskirts, from Segways and jet skis to kayak and dune buggy tours. You can take a walking tour of the city's boardwalk while observing the sun worshipers on the adjacent beach; if the sun becomes too much, head inside to enjoy the luxury of one of Hollywood's casinos with its gaming rooms, concerts, or European spas. If your stomach is starting to growl (and by now it should be), Hollywood has an equally diverse restaurant scene where you should be able to find almost anything you want. One of the Spanish cafes is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunches, serving authentic Cuban food in a quiet and friendly atmosphere. They also allow guests to write on the walls; if you dine here, try the Vaca Frita (shredded steak).
Whatever you're looking for in the sun and fun that is South Florida, you are most certain to find it and camping at Miami Everglades Resort Campground is where your adventure will begin.