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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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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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With a diverse range of native flora and fauna, excellent hiking trails, and more wildlife watching opportunities than you can poke a stick at, Highlands Hammock State Park is one of the treasures of Florida's state parks system.
Located less than five miles west of Sebring, this 9,251-acre park was created in 1931 to protect a unique and fragile ecosystem. It's home to more rare species than any other park in the state, and it's also well-known as the perfect destination for an RV camping getaway.
Keep reading to find out what there is to do in Highlands Hammock State Park and how to plan the perfect camping trip.
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Hillsborough River State Park is a prime destination for your summer holiday, offering easy access to the big city alongside the serene solitude of nature. The park is close to Thonotosassa (eight miles), Zephyrhills (ten miles), and Brandon (17 miles). This is particularly important for visitors looking to purchase camping supplies or rent an RV near Hillsborough River State Park. The bright lights of downtown Tampa are just over half an hour from the park.
Most of the park's acreage is covered with oaks, pines, and saw palmettos, while other parts of the park are swampy. As far as fauna is concerned, some of the most common species include alligators, sandhill cranes, and red-shouldered hawks.
Aside from observing the wildlife …
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Honeymoon Island State Park is a large barrier island situated on Florida’s west coast. It was once connected to nearby Caladesi Island before a major hurricane split the land. The state park gets its name from the many honeymooners who would flock to the beach during the 1940s. However, this changed during World War II when many went off to war.
Besides its stunning coastal views, Honeymoon Island State Park is filled with interesting flora and fauna that includes mangroves and bald eagles. The area is very warm year-round with occasional rain or thunderstorms.
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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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Located in the state of Florida, Lake Griffin State Park is a short distance from the cities of Leesburg and Ocala, making it a convenient destination for a motorhome camping trip. While the park’s main claim to fame is a 400-year old live oak tree, there is so much more to explore on the 620-acre large state park that boasts of a range of outdoor activities. On the outskirts of Fruitland Park, the city serves as the gateway to this state park, and you’ll want to book an RV in Lake County to explore the park and its surrounding areas.
Historically, Native Americans used the area occupied by the park for thousands of years for fishing and hunting, while …
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Unlike what many believe, you don’t have to go west in search of some good old cowboy heritage. Located deep in the heart of Florida, Lake Kissimmee State Park is an off the beaten path gem that provides some of the best motorhome camping experiences near Lakeland. Despite being near a lot of parks including the Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park and the St Sebastian River State Park, Lake Kissimmee State Park is very popular among the camper community mainly because of the pristine lake and lots of activities to engage in. To have a look for yourself, search for an RV in Polk County and uncover Florida’s hidden secrets at your own pace.
Sitting almost halfway between Tampa …
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Central Florida is known for its world-class amusement parks, beautiful weather, and breathtaking state parks. Just thirty minutes west of Orlando, an hour and fifteen minutes east of Tampa, and an hour south of Ocala, you’ll find Lake Louisa State Park. This 4,500-acre park is flush with lakes, streams, and natural wildlife, and boasts over 100 acres of lakeshore. There are also 11 distinct plant ecosystems. If you’re looking to rent an RV, this would be the place to park it.
In 1943, a large portion of the land now known as Lake Louisa State Park was purchased by the Bronson family, who used it to cultivate orange groves and rear cattle. Thirty years later, the state …
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Picturesque Lake Manatee State Park is located in the sunny state of Florida, and home to its namesake, Lake Manatee. Located 15 miles east of Bradenton, off Highway 64, the park extends along the south shore of Lake Manatee. Making the cities of Tampa and St. Petersburg easily accessible dhttps://www.outdoorsy.com/rv-rental/florida/nokomisuring your motorhome camping.
While the terrain of the park is made up of flatwoods, sand pine scrub, marshes, and hardwood forests and offers great recreational activities, the lake is the main attraction of this state park, and when you book an RV in Manatee County, the options to explore this park and its surrounding areas are endless.
The area was once used for farming, cattle grazing, and timbering. …
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Florida sure is an exciting place that can’t seem to stay out of the spotlight, whether for all kinds of reasons. This popular getaway location is riddled with a warm climate oasis, making it perfect for some state park RV camping. One such park lies along the 40-mile long Little Manatee River that runs from Fort Lonesome to Tampa Bay. Set within 2416 acres of Wimauma, Little Manatee River State Park offers pristine camping when you rent an RV in Hillsborough County.
This area of Florida has seen eras-worth of people, from Native Americans and cowboys to the pioneers who built up the area to the modern-day entrepreneurs. At the heart of the success flows the Little Manatee …
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Myakka River State Park is one of the oldest, biggest, and best state parks in Florida, making it a must-visit destination for anyone exploring the state's southwest. Located less than 20 miles southeast of Sarasota, the park encompasses 58 square miles encompassing the beautiful Myakka River.
Spend a few days in Myakka River State Park and you can explore pristine wetlands and prairies, kayak and fish in the river's clear waters, hike mile after mile of trails through the wilderness, and enjoy the serenity that only a camping vacation can provide.
If you want to explore Myakka River State Park in a motorhome, search for an RV in Manatee County, book a site in one of the park's …
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Rainbow Springs State Park offers 1,470 acres of serenity and adventure. Thanks to its clear blue waters, gardens, and hills, many visitors have found peace here. This park is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway, and with its mix of natural history and modern architecture, history buffs and adventure junkies alike will find plenty to discover.
You may find it hard to believe this outdoor oasis was once a theme park complete with a zoo and rodeo. By 1974, the park failed and closed due to other attractions around the area, but it later reopened as a public park in the 1990s. Today, Rainbow River is a National Natural Landmark, and thousands visit each season to soak in the …