- Where251 State Road 939, Sugarloaf Key, FL 33042, USA
Nice sites close to Key West with great staff. They are so helpful. Great amenities. Street legal golf carts for rent to go into town. By Eileen Gross
With some of the most stunning views of any campground in the Keys Bahia Honda is the crown jewel of the Florida State Park system. This one books early so if you didn't get in make sure to get on a waiting list. Amazing RV sites both in the trees and out on the water this is one of the most memorable places to camp in a RV anywhere in the world. Book your RV rental and plan ahead to stay here.
If you can;t get in to Bahia Honda don't fret it because just across the highway is Sunshine Key RV resort. A membership park this one is rarely ever completely full and always has last minute sites available. Wide roads and easy to navigate even novice RV rental drivers will feel comfortable pulling in here. They have a beach, marina, and pier to allow you access to the amazing Keys waters. Bring a kayak and paddle over to Bahia Honda or bring the bikes and ride the 1 mile to the entrance.
You can dive and fish in the Florida Keys' coral archipelago and then enjoy Key West which is just 14 miles away, where you'll have access to many cultural and entertainment venues. Each site is decorated with tropical landscapes and tiki huts which give shade and privacy to each site. You can enjoy a bit of paradise from the comfort of your RV. A luxury location you ar esure to enjoy in the right RV rental.
Situated in a waterfront setting, Kings Kamp RV Park and Marina offers spectacular views. Renters who trailer boats are welcome here and you have easy access to your boat if it is in the marina. There are 60 sites here, all with full hookup and access to WiFi. There are bathroom and laundry facilities on site, and there are motel rooms available for extra guests. The sites are shaded by trees for extra comfort, and there are picnic tables at each site. You are in a perfect position to discover all that Largo has to offer. You aren't far from shops and restaurants, offering both fast food and fine dining. Why not take a day trip to Key West or visit the Florida Botanical Gardens? If you enjoy fishing, there is plenty of opportunity to charter a boat, or go out dolphin or whale watching. Or perhaps you would like to go diving instead? In addition, you are close to parks and trails, including the John Pennekamp State Park.
Visitors to Miami who simply want to relax and enjoy the sunshine should feel at home at the Miami Everglades RV Resort. Attractive planting, together with a good range of activities mean that your stay here can be both relaxing and fun. The site has space for over 300 RVs, and amenities include big rig access, pull-thru sites, water, electric, sewer, and free Wi-Fi. There is also a swimming pool and a spa, and the site is less than ten miles from the coast, so if you want to go to the beach it is within easy reach. There are lots of sporting activities to try out here too. You can play a fun round of mini-golf, burn off some energy in a game of volleyball, shoot some basketball hoops, or simply take the dog down to the dog park or the children to the play area. The choice is yours.
Southern Comfort RV Resort is located in Homestead. They offer a beautiful campground surrounded by the best South Florida has to offer. Located just minutes from the Florida Keys, enjoying the tropical landscape is just one of the many things that Southern Comfort RV Resort has to offer. Their location makes the Resort an excellent spot for enjoying and exploring Southern Florida. The Resort itself, however, is quite comfortable and nice to hang out in. A Tiki Bar is on the premises that offers daily drink specials, weekly entertainment, live karaoke, and live bands. Recreational activities at the RV Resort include Aquacise, Exercise Classes, Bingo, Arts & Crafts, Cards and Games, Shuffleboard, Heated Pool, and Mini Mardi Gras Parade. If you are tired of traveling and simply want to chill out, relax, and enjoy RV living, then Southern Comfort RV Resort is a smart choice. You will have ample opportunities for boating, fishing, and spending time on the beach.
Camp among mango and avocado trees at the Miami/Everglades Resort, located just a few minutes from all the action in Miami. Both back in and pull through campsites are available, as well as a heated pool, laundry and bath facilities, wifi and several recreational activities. The resort is pet friendly, so bring along those four-legged family members along. A great spot to take your RV rental this park is located out in the agricultural fields near the Everglades border and allows you to get away without having to go very far. Easy to access sites make driving and parking your motohome rental easy.
The pride of the Florida State Park system allows you to camp in a Hammock forest right next to the water. Take a kayak out in the Mangroves, hike the scenic trails and get away from it all in a family friendly campground. Electric and water service is available to allow you to enjoy the outdoors in your RV rental.
Miami Beach is the dream escape destination for those who love sandy beaches and all of the sunshine that southern Florida has to offer. If you are looking for an RV campground that will make you feel like royalty, check out Larry & Penny Thompson Campground. This campground is located on a gigantic freshwater lake where you can spend your free time swimming and playing at the park. Larry & Penny Thompson Campground has over 200 RV stalls complete with water and electricity hookups. You will get to bask in the sunshine while spending some time relaxing with the ones you love. The park also offers hot showers and a laundry facility to make your stay even more comfortable. You will get to enjoy a quiet retreat while still being nearby all of the fun adventures that Miami Beach has to offer. This is a great place for those who want to explore all that Florida has to offer.
Naples Motorcoach Resort offers spacious RV sites, a Grand Clubhouse (12,000 square feet), upscale amenities such as gyms, spas, heated pools, and canal lots with access to the Gulf of Mexico. There are plenty of activities to keep you entertained such as karaoke night, cookouts and trivia game nights. Naples' best attractions will be within reach. You can take a tour of the botanical gardens, go to the Marco Island Historical Museum, or explore the Everglades National Park. You'll have much to do and plenty of settings to enjoy the tropical climate. This place is only for Class A motorhome rentals.
Your visit would not be complete without taking in the sunset and the buskers at Mallory Square. You can watch the boats on the ocean and people watch as you sip on a quality mojito, and join the Sunset Celebration. Or have an amazing meal and enjoy the general ambience.
The 54 acre park is scattered with picnic tables and grills perfect for a cookout at the beach or you can bring your fishing gear and catch dinner along the Key West Shipping Channel. Wooded nature trails offer a prime place to bird watch and discover native plant life. Alternatively, you can bike along the shaded paths on the shore, and discover the historic fort and the Key West Shipping Channel. You can also take a narrated tour of Fort Zachary Taylor and see Civil War cannons and other artifacts.
The park is known as the home of Fort Jefferson a 19th century masonry structure, the 100-square mile park is composed of seven small islands. Accessible only by boat or seaplane, this scenic park offers picturesque blue waters, beautiful coral reefs, plenty of marine and bird life waiting to be discovered. You can snorkel and marvel at Florida?s least disturbed coral reefs. The park offers a unique combination of pristine tropical ecosystem with significant historical remnants.
Located close to Miami, a trip to South Florida wouldn't be complete without a visit to Everglades National Park. This is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States ? 1.5 million acres in size ? and is home to some of the rarest plant and animal species in the world. Native orchids, Florida Panthers, American Crocodiles and a variety of avian species all call the Everglades home. See the Everglades by foot, by boat, on bicycle or on one of many ranger-led tours. Take your time, the Everglades is truly one of the gems of our country.
Instead of spending your day standing in long lines at the major theme parks of the area, spend some time at Biscayne National Park and learn why this place is a hidden gem to people from near and far. You will get to learn about all of the unique ecosystems that make up the wilderness regions of Miami Beach and will have a thrilling time doing it. Biscayne National Park is unlike any other national park you will experience in that approximately 95% of the park is found under the surface of the ocean. You will get to learn about tropical fish and marine wildlife that thrive there and make some lasting memories in the process. You can take guided boat tours through mangrove forests and do some snorkeling or scuba diving while you are there. Miami Beach is an interesting place to visit, and you will get to experience the mysteries of the sea at Biscayne National Park.
Over 170 acres of cultivated gardens and preserved land, which recreate seven different habitats and ecosystems, and featuring over 1,000 species, you have much to learn and discover at this botanical center. There are plenty of events year round be sure not to miss the largescale exhibitions, concerts, flower shows, holiday celebrations and family friendly events.
For fans of Art Deco architecture, a trip to Miami is a must. The world's largest collection of Art Deco buildings are found right here on Miami's Ocean Drive, with glowing neon signs and over 800 buildings from the 1920's through the '40's. If you are looking for that classic Miami style, this is the spot ? movies such as Bad Boys, The Bird Cage and Scarface were filmed here. To get your trip started, stop in at the Art Deco Welcome Center for information on area points of interest and guided tours.
Stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico from a beautiful and pristine beach. A prime spot for watching wildlife, fishing, snorkeling the reefs, and enjoying a picnic. You can fish from the shore or if you have a boat you can go to Turkey Bay and launch from there. You can explore the fragile natural estuaries of the Cocohatchee river, which leads to the Gulf of Mexico. Learn about the park through expert guided tours and grow your appreciation for nature. n
Located on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in the Florida Everglades, Billie Swamp Safari is the go-to spot for all things wild. See the 'Glades on a on a guided airboat ride, swamp buggy tour or a guided VIP excursion that combines all of the activities that Billie Swamp Safari offers. While you're there, make sure to check out the snake and critter shows, and keep your eyes peeled for wild Florida Panthers in the area. It's a rare sighting that makes for a lasting South Florida memory.
14,000 acres which harbor natural biological systems, otters, turtles, white-tailed deer, alligators and countless birds. You can discover the flora and fauna by walking the 2.25 mile boardwalk, which takes you through pine flatwoods, marshes and into the largest old growth Bald Cypress forest in the U.S. These trees are massive they tower over you at 130 feet into the sky and are 25 feet in diameter. This is a wetland of international significance and your visit supports the conservation of this unique habitat. n