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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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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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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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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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Florida is a great place to spend some time basking in the sun and watching magical sunsets. State park RV camping is a wonderful and economical way to enjoy a vacation near Hobe Sound at Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Be sure to book an RV in Martin County so you can spend several days exploring the park and surrounding area.
Take a 15-minute drive to the south and check out Jupiter. Baseball fans from across the country flock to Florida cities such as Jupiter to watch Major League Baseball teams training in the spring. The town of Stuart also has many activities for tourists to enjoy while camping at Jonathan Dickinson State Park.
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Okeechobee County is in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Port St. Lucie metropolitan area. The county has a humid subtropical climate, but it is at the warmest extreme of humid subtropical climates. The summers are very hot, and the winters are very mild. The average temperature in January is just barely low enough that the county is not classified as a rainforest or tropical monsoon climate.
From Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park, Okeechobee campers can drive to Port St. Lucie in about an hour. West Palm Beach is under two hours away, and Sarasota is about two hours. The closest big city, Tampa, is a little over two hours to the northwest. Outdoor enthusiasts who book an RV in Okeechobee County can reach …
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If you want to experience a unique and fascinating slice of Florida history, not to mention enjoy plenty of outdoor recreational activities as well, you'll love camping in Koreshan State Park.
Located in Estero on Florida's Gulf Coast, the park was once the site of a religious colony known as the Koreshan Unity. Eleven nationally registered historic buildings dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries remain in the park to this day, while campers are also drawn to the park for its excellent fishing, kayaking, and wildlife watching opportunities.
And with a 60-site campground that boasts all the creature comforts, Koreshan State Park is a great place to camp in an RV rental.
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For many years, Long Key has been known as a pristine haven for swimming, fishing, wildlife watching, and good old-fashioned relaxing. Located roughly 40 minutes southwest of Key Largo, Long Key's idyllic location has been drawing leisure seekers from far and wide since the early 1900s.
Today, it's also home to Long Key State Park, a 965-acre oceanfront preserve in beautiful natural surroundings. Fishing, paddling, snorkeling, and swimming are just some of the recreational activities on offer here, and with 60 beachfront campsites available, it's a great spot to spend a few days (or more) in a rental RV.
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Sebastian Inlet State Park is a 1,000-acre park located on the southern edge of Florida. Situated next to Sebastian Inlet, the park connects to the Atlantic Ocean and is home to Indian River Lagoon which is considered to be one of the most bio-diverse estuaries in the world.
This state park is popular with local surfers and is a nesting spot for sea turtles. It is also near a few different museums which tell of the local history and culture, such as the McLarty Treasure Museum which holds the remains of a 1715 Spanish shipwreck.