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Located in central Florida, at the south prong of the Alafia River, is the small community of Lithia, Florida. Less than an hour from Sarasota, Zephyrhills, and Tampa, Lithia is home to Alafia River State Park.
This park used to be a phosphate mine back in the day. Once abandoned, nature took hold and reclaimed the area. Due to the mining practices, the park’s terrain is unlike any other. Alafia has steep cliffs, man-made lakes, and thick forested areas.
Whether you like to hike, swim, or mountain bike, Alafia River State Park has you covered. Get your RV rental all hooked up at one of their many beautiful sites and you're good to go. Rent an RV …
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Occupying more than 1,600 acres, Anastasia State Park is a wonderland of sandy beaches, lush maritime forest, and wildlife-rich marshlands. It's a top destination for state park RV camping and is just three miles from St. Augustine, which means you can combine an outdoor adventure with a tour of America's oldest city.
There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Florida sunshine, whether you're hiking along nature trails, exploring paddling routes, or basking on the beach. Step back in time at historic sites like Coquina Quarry and Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, or discover a bundle of family-friendly attractions within spitting distance of the campground.
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Who wouldn’t want to spend some time camping at Bahia Honda State Park in the lower Florida Keys? This state park is an island that sits between Spanish Harbor Key and Ohio Key and encompasses 524 acres of mostly uninhabited land. Book an RV in Monroe County and head over to explore Bahia Honda State Park.
Key West is just over 36 miles south of Bahia Honda State Park and is a must-see when visiting the Florida Keys. Out-of-state visitors can fly into Miami and then find a rental RV for the three-hour drive south to the Keys. While RV camping at Bahia Honda State Park, you can enjoy myriad activities, such as snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, swimming, and fishing.
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Immerse yourself in stunning natural landscapes at Blackwater River State Park. For any outdoor enthusiast, the park offers a huge array of activities, many of which are based around the waterway. The stream flows through the undeveloped lands of Blackwater State Forest and contains some of the largest contiguous longleaf pine/wiregrass ecosystem left in the world.
The river is considered one of the purest sand-bottom rivers on Earth, with the dark tannin water and large white sandbars making the perfect setting for this recreational park, which covers 590 acres. There are a number of attractions nearby, including towns such as Niceville and Milton, all of which can be visited when you rent an RV in Santa Rosa County.
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Along the St. Johns River, centrally located at the epicenter between Ocala, Orlando, and Gainesville is Orange City, Florida. This city boasts a quaint, small-town atmosphere and the lovely Blue Spring State Park. This 2,600-acre park isn’t the largest one around, but it’ll make up for its size with its ever-warm swimming spots and its successful manatee refuge program.
Wildlife thrives here in the subtropical climate. The warm river and acreage of mossy trees is the perfect habitat for alligators, turtles, fish, and birds. Birders, keep your eyes peeled, and you just might find a rare bald eagle or the Florida scrub-jay. RV camping at Blue Spring State Park will set you up for a nice, relaxing …
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Just under an hour away from the small town of Immokalee and 45 minutes away from the coastal Bonita Springs, sunny Naples makes for a popular vacation destination. The area that's now Collier-Seminole State Park was originally purchased by Barron Collier in 1929 to preserve the region's royal palm trees and was later donated to the state in 1947. The park still provides a flourishing habitat for the palms, which display their beauty for nature lovers around the world to visit and enjoy.
Nestled within a section of one of the largest mangrove swamps in the world, the park offers fishing, boating, birding, and more along the Blackwater River. Dotted with vibrant flora and fauna, the park is home …
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If you're searching for a pristine and peaceful camping destination in central Florida, Colt Creek State Park offers more than 5,000 acres to explore and enjoy. Located 16 miles north of Lakeland, the park is home to longleaf pine flatwoods, winding creeks, pretty lakes, and a diverse range of native wildlife. It's a destination that offers great hiking, fishing, paddling, and birding, not to mention tranquil surroundings for anyone just looking to escape the city for a while.
Best of all, the Colt Creek State Park RV campground is clean, comfortable, and equipped with everything you need for a relaxing stay. Keep reading to find out what to do and where to go to get the most out of …
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Sitting just off the coast of Georgia, within an hour's drive of Jacksonville, FL, and two hour's drive of Savannah, GA, is a bunch of idyllic islands known as the Golden Isles. Enjoying miles of marshland abundant with birdlife, sandy beaches that stretch for miles, and towering dunes peppered with maritime forests, these islands attract holiday-goers throughout the year.
One of the largest landmasses in this archipelago is Cumberland Island, most of which is under protection as Cumberland Island National Seashore. The island is only accessible via a 45-minute boat ride, which leaves from Saint Marys several times a day from March through to September. RV rentals in Camden County are hot property, mainly due to the popularity …
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Way down south... no, further south, you’ll find tropical white sandy beaches and some of the clearest water to touch American shores. If your RV camping trip takes you all the way to the Florida Keys, you’ll be at one of the southernmost points in the entire United States. Halfway between Key West and Key Largo and only an hour and a half away from the Everglade National Park, at mile marker 56.2, you’ll find the Caribbean style town of Marathon, Florida. The scenery is like something from a storybook. The tropical hardwood hammocks make up a majority of the landscape, and the backdrop is palm trees, calm waters, the Gulf of Mexico to the east and the …
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Since the 1880s, people have been making their way to Devils Millhopper Geological State Park to explore the curiosities within. The state park is located in sandy terrain and palm forests in Florida and is made up of a bowl-shaped cavity that is 120 feet deep and leads down to a miniature rainforest.
Devils Millhopper Geological State Park became a designated National Natural Landmark in 1976 and is an incredible example of the results of a collapsed sinkhole. When you see the rushing cascades of water and vibrant plant life, you’ll think you are in the Amazon or Hawaii rather than the state of Florida. The closest town to the park is Gainesville, although Alachua and Newberry are also close, …
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Dry Tortugas National Park is an island located about 70 miles to the west of Key West, FL. The park is reachable via ferries, charter boats, or seaplane. Key West sits at the tip of a chain of islands, on the far, southern borders of Florida. It is located about 160 miles southwest of the much larger city of Miami, which is in the far, southeastern part of the state, on the mainland.
Dry Tortugas National Park covers more than 100-square miles, though the majority of this is actually water. Crystal-clear blue water and coral reefs are well-known in the area. Many activities can be enjoyed here, mostly water-based. There are other fun things to do, though, such …
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Everglades National Park may be just an hour’s drive from Miami, but visiting the Everglades feels like stepping onto another planet. Covering more than one million acres of pristine natural habitat, the park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States.
This World Heritage Site is a landscape of unforgiving swampland, rare and unique wildlife, and many memorable outdoor experiences. This biodiverse ecosystem attracts over a million visitors per year and is an essential stop for anyone exploring southern Florida.
However, with so much to see in the park and significant distances separating its four main visitors’ centers, one of the best ways to explore Everglades National Park is in a rental RV. So search for an RV …
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