10 Beachfront Campgrounds in the Sunshine State
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St. Joseph Peninsula State ParkCape San Blas, Florida 1 of 11
Located southeast of Panama City, St. Joseph features scenic sand dunes and nearby trails for cyclists and hikers. Snorkel, dive, fish, and relax on the sugar-white sand.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State ParkKey Largo, Florida 2 of 11
Step into a Jimmy Buffet song when you come to Key Largo. Plus, John Pennekamp's location allows for great aquatic scenery at the nearby coral reef and the famous, underwater 30-foot statue, "Christ in the Abyss." Visitors can snorkle, scuba dive, or ride in a glass-bottom boat that shows off the stunning marine life.
Sebastian Inlet State ParkMelbourne Beach, Florida 3 of 11
Known for its excellent saltwater fishing and world-class waves, Sebastian Inlet has three miles of beaches to cater to surfers, kayakers, anglers or snorklers.
Caladesi IslandDunedin, Florida 4 of 11
Caladesi Island is an undeveloped barrier island featuring three pristine miles of beaches and a three-mile nature trail. The island is located in the Tampa/St. Petersburg area.
Gamble Rogers Memorial SRA5 of 11
Swimming, sunbathe and collect seashells on your stay here. And if you're lucky, you may even spot some sea turtles laying their eggs on the beach, under the moonlight. It doesn't get more romantic than that.
Cayo Costa State ParkBoca Grande, Florida 6 of 11
With nine miles of beautiful beaches and acres of pine forests, oak-palm hammocks and mangrove swamps, this barrier island park is only accessible by boat or passenger ferry. It's known for fishing, shell-seeking and exploration on the 5 1/2 miles of trails. Bicycles can be rented for a tour of the island.
Henderson Beach State ParkDestin, Florida 7 of 11
Henderson Beach features 60 campsites and is known for being family-friendly. It features a playground on the nature trail, sand dunes, and water and electric hookups at the campgrounds.
Fort Clinch State ParkFernandina Beach, FLorida 8 of 11
Fort Clinch features a six-mile trail perfect for hikers and cyclists, and also attracts beachgoers wanting to fish, swim and collect shells.
St. George Island State ParkSt. George Island, Florida 9 of 11
A wildlife haven, St. George Island is known for its undeveloped beaches and open space. The park features full-facility and primitive campsites, and popular activities include swimming, canoeing, boating and hiking.
Sunshine Key RV Resort and MarinaBig Pine Key, Florida 10 of 11
A 75-acre island with a resort set up for RV campers, Sunshine Key allows a getaway with all your favorite beach activities--swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing.