Campsites / RV Parks in Florida

Every year millions of visitors from all parts of the world escape cold winters to bask in Florida\'s warmth, lured to the Sunshine State by the promise of clear skies and 800 miles of spectacular sandy beaches. Choose from a widely varied of accommodation alternatives, from posh resorts to mom-and-pop motels.

Visit remote little towns like Apalachicola or a megalopolis like Miami. Devour fresh seafood, from amberjack to oysters and then work off those calories in such outdoor pursuits as bicycling, golfing, or kayaking. Floridians have maintained thousands of acres of wilderness areas, from the little respite of Clam Pass County Park in downtown Naples to the magnificent Everglades National Park, which stretches across the state\'s southern tip. And of course, Florida\'s many family oriented theme parks and sporting events. Come visit us.

Most popular towns


Featured

Fort De Soto is located in the southwest corner of Mullet Key, at the entrance to Tampa Bay. The entire island is now Fort De Soto Park, a Pinellas county park which offers fine beaches, fishing, nature trails, camping, boating, and much more. Fort De Soto has the only four 12-inch seacoast rifled mortars (model 1890 mounted on 1896 carriages) in the continental United States. Also at the fort are two 6-inch Armstrong rapid-fire rifled guns (model 1898) which were originally mounted at Fort Dade, and are the last two guns of that model year in the United States. Much has happened on this tiny island: Take a walk along the southwest tip of the island where the post buildings were located, or climb to the top of Battery Laidley and look out over the area. Imagine the area at the turn of the century and think of the hardships the troops faced-- mosquitoes, heat, and isolation.

Search options

All listings

Popular towns