8 Florida RV Parks for Every Traveler
Topsail Hill Preserve State ParkSanta Rosa Beach 1 of 9
With the highest rating possible from Trailer Life magazine, this campground is a must-visit destination. With 3.2 miles of perfect, secluded beach, hiking, bird watching and 25-foot sand dunes, it's no surprise it has received so much attention. Enjoy a day relaxing on the beach or fishing from the shoreline.
Fort Myers Beach RV ResortFort Myers 2 of 9
Of all the Florida RV parks, this may be the best one for the historian. Thomas Edison's winter home is preserved and open for visitors right next door to the campground, as well as his botanical gardens and Henry Ford's old home. When you're done with your history lesson, stick your toes in the white beach sand where you will find the largest variety of shells in North America.
Sunshine Travel RV ResortVero Beach 3 of 9
This charming part of the Southern Florida coast is perfect for a tropical vacation getaway. Enjoy fishing, shopping and good people. You can play shuffleboard, horseshoes, and mini golf right at the campground. And don't leave Fido at home because pets are welcome here, too.
St. Andrews State ParkPanama City 4 of 9
If you're looking for fun in the water and sun, you've come to the right place. One and a half miles of beaches from the Gulf of Mexico and Grand Lagoon make water sports a mainstay at one of the most active Florida RV parks. Go swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling and kayaking, or enjoy fishing at one of the two piers.
Clerbrook Golf and RV ResortClermont 5 of 9
No golfer can turn down this camping opportunity. Sitting on a pristine 18-hole golf course, you'll wake up to golfing and go to bed dreaming about it. With a pro shop at the campground, you can be sure you're ready for tee time. And, when you put the clubs away, take a stroll through their canals, ponds and beautiful rolling hills.
Highland Wood RV ResortPompano Beach 6 of 9
Be prepared to spend some time away from the RV park in Pompano Beach. A variety of museums, the world's largest drive-in movie theater, the International Swimming Hall of Fame, and the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop, a massive indoor/outdoor flea market, are sure to keep you busy. And when you head back, you can take advantage of the complementary patio and lawn area right at your site.
Sunshine Holiday Daytona RV ResortOrmond Beach 7 of 9
Though the beaches are bustling with visitors, Daytona is a great vacation spot for families with all its attractions and events. Vendors and motorbike rentals dot the beach, giving you more to do than sunbathe. When you leave the beach, head over to historic St. Augustine or the Daytona Speedway.
Henderson Beach State ParkDestin 8 of 9
More than 6,000 pristine feet of beaches make this one of the most beautiful Florida RV parks. The land was purchased in 1983 from the Henderson family as part of the Save Our Coast program. Because of this, its natural beauty is intact and undisturbed by urban building. Enjoy the natural sand pines, scrub oaks and dune rosemary that make this spot unique.