Wickham Park Campground

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Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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When you're looking for an authentic Florida camping experience, Wickham Park Campground is the place to start. This Melbourne campground is on Florida's eastern Atlantic coast, only about an hour's drive from Orlando and day-tripping distance from Miami. When you camp in an RV at Wickham Park Campground, there are gorgeous natural parks just a short drive away, plus you'll enjoy all the advantages of being near the Atlantic coast and its long sandy beaches. Book an RV in Brevard County, Florida, and start planning your visit.

This beautiful motorhome campground has a ton of amenities, including two swimming lakes and three fishing lakes. It also has a dog park, playgrounds, a disc golf course, sports courts, and an archery range. You can stay active on the park's trails while you're here. There is a horse stable in the park too, and you can explore the trails on horseback if you prefer. The campground organizes all kinds of events and activities in the amphitheater and the pavilion.

When RV camping at Wickham Park Campground, you'll have access to full hookups and pull-through sites, along with Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers, and much more. This campground near Cocoa Beach is family-friendly and is close to all of the great Florida attractions. Travel trailer camping at Wickham Park Campground is where your adventure begins.

The Great Outdoors

River Lakes Conservation Area, located just a short drive west of the campground, is one of the closest and most beautiful natural areas in this part of Florida. Covering more than 36,000 acres of land, it is an ideal location for outdoor activities. Here you can enjoy hiking, bicycling, camping, or hunting. Or if you like water sports, enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and fishing on one of the lakes and streams. This park is a habitat for many animal species, and it is a great place for bird watching.

One of many beautiful parks close to Wickham Park Campground is Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area. This spot offers great opportunities for hunting and fishing. Hiking, nature viewing, and horseback riding are other interesting activities you can enjoy here. The area is an important habitat to diverse wildlife, including bald eagles, white-tailed deer, raccoons, red-cockaded woodpeckers, and cranes. You can see beautiful scenery when hiking or boating in this scenic setting.

Saint Sebastian River State Park is only about 40 minutes' drive south when you are RV camping at Wickham Park Campground. It is an open grassy forest of longleaf pines, which used to be very common in Florida. This beautiful park is home to about 50 protected species of animals and numerous types of plants. Favorite activities here include canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. You can also explore the park by hiking, biking, or horseback riding, and it is especially attractive to photographers and nature lovers.

Explore the City

There are various great attractions and activities available for visitors of all ages in this part of Florida, and some of them are within easy driving distance when you're camping at Wickham Park Campground. Head to the Botanical Gardens south of the campground and enjoy a walk through the peaceful park, appreciating the aroma of some beautiful flowers along the way. This park is surrounded by palm trees and other tropical plants. This 15-acre garden has a few different trails; the main trail is named the Dent Smith Trail, after the founder of the Palm Society.

Right next to the gardens, you'll find the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts. This unique museum is dedicated to displaying and preserving all kinds of textiles from around the world. The center features different exhibits and programs, and you can also join classes and seminars year-round. Some of the exhibits you can see here include Rooted, Revived, Reinvented: Basketry in America, Ubuhle Women: Beadwork and the Art of Independence, and many other exhibitions with historical artifacts.

In downtown Melbourne, you can visit the Liberty Bell Memorial Museum. This museum is dedicated to educating visitors about American history. The Rotunda of American History is where historical artifacts and memorabilia are kept. In the museum, you can also see a replica of the famous Liberty Bell. Part of the museum is also dedicated to the history of Florida, spanning from the pre-Revolutionary War period to modern day, plus there are artifacts from the old fort and the naval air station based in Melbourne, and exhibits highlighting space exploration. In 2005, the museum was expanded, and Freedom Hall was added to honor the members of America’s armed forces.

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