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Topsail Hill Preserve State Park is situated next to Santa Rosa Beach and runs over 1,640 acres. The state park gets its name from a towering 25-foot dune that resides within it called Topsail Hill.

This park borders the Gulf of Mexico and was once used by Native Americans as a place for fishing and camping. It’s also known for its vast amount of flora and fauna which includes pine forests, pitcher plants, and Choctawhatchee beach mice. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park is situated near many other beaches and cities, including Seaside and Laguna Beach.

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Getting Outdoors

There are plenty of things to do in this state park, and one option is biking. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park is filled with plenty of paved trails, making it easy for you to travel down the various pathways. Vacationers are able to bring their own bikes or use the rentals that are available. However, keep in mind that Florida state law requires all cyclists to use helmets when riding.

Another activity to try out while here is kayaking. While you can’t use your own kayak (to help prevent the spread of nonnative species in the area), the park does have a few rentals available. Guests can kayak in the small lakes in the park or head out into the Gulf of Mexico.

This park is also ideal for hiking. Featuring over 15 miles of marked trails, you’ll find plenty of unique pathways to trek down, such as Beach Tram Trail and the No Name Lake Trail. These trails will take you by sand dunes, carnivorous plants, and even the habitats of gopher tortoises. There’s also Morris Lake Trail which will take hikers by an old World War II rocket factory. Remember though, that these trails can get very hot as the day goes on, especially during the summer. Because of this, make sure to bring some water with you.

While here, you could also go birdwatching. The park is filled with numerous inland and shorebirds which include cardinals and ospreys. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail which covers 3,000 acres along the Florida coastline.

Camping at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park

When you book an RV rental in Walton County, you are able to stay at Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, which has quite a few amenities. There are 156 motorhome camping sites available which come with amenities such as 30 and 50 amps, cable, sewer, laundry, and showers. Keep in mind that these sites only support travel trailers that are no longer than 45 feet.

Pets are allowed at the campground, but they need to be leashed at all times. Should you decide to bring other pets on your journey, such as birds and reptiles, you’ll need to be careful as they might be prohibited. There is also a pool on its grounds and a small park store where souvenirs and WiFi hotspots can be found.

Exploring the Area

There are plenty of places to take your campervan rental while in the area. In Pensacola, consider stopping by the Naval Aviation Museum. Considered to be one of the largest naval aviation museums in the world, this site features over 150 planes from various times throughout history, including World War II. In addition to learning about different planes, the museum has flight simulators and an Apollo 11 virtual reality experience. The museum also hosts Blue Angel practice runs which guests can watch.

You could also take your camper rental from Topsail Hill Preserve State Park on a two-hour drive to Tallahassee to see the Museum of Florida History. The museum features many different exhibits that highlight Florida’s culture and history, such as Florida in the Civil War and Florida 1513-1821. The museum also hosts numerous events throughout the year and a small history shop which sells local merchandise with the official Florida seal.

A quick drive away in Panama City is Shell Island Beach. The beach, situated between the Gulf of Mexico and St. Andrew Bay, runs over 700 acres and has a stunning seven-mile undeveloped barrier island. This beach is known for its turquoise water and fine sand that is dotted with colorful shells. Besides going shell hunting, visitors could also try snorkeling or hike through its wildlife sanctuary. Keep in mind though that you do need to take a boat shuttle to reach the beach.

Should you be traveling with kids, consider taking your RV rental around Panama City and visit one of the numerous waterparks in the city. These parks are family-friendly and offer something for everyone to enjoy. There are also a few amusement parks which feature roller coasters, mini-golf courses, and go-kart tracks for your enjoyment and the provide the opportunity to make memories with the family.

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