The Sunshine State is one of the most enjoyable places to RV — from the Gulf to the Atlantic and all the fun places in between. Some of the most unique RV parks are located in Florida, making it a popular destination for vacationers and snowbirds alike. In this guide, we’re sharing our favorite Florida RV parks. You’ll want to add these to your list!

1. Jetty Park — Port Canaveral

At Jetty Park, you can watch cruise ships and submarines arriving and departing and observe rocket launches from the Canaveral Air Force Station. Check out Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral, which has seven floors of exhibits and interactive activities, observation decks, a theater, and more. You’ll also see a variety of marine life. Full amenities and fun features, like fire pits, make this park quite comfortable. Jetty Park provides an out-of-this-world experience for those with air and space interests.

2. Naples Motorcoach Resort — Naples

If you’re looking for luxury, the Naples Motorcoach Resort is your ideal destination. Featuring exclusive camping for Class-A motorhomes, the Naples Motorcoach Resort is the ultimate bliss. The location is ideal for visiting the Everglades, Big Cypress National Preserve, and Naples’ gorgeous white-sand beaches, in addition to all that Naples has to offer. The resort leaves nothing to be desired, with a ballroom, billiards room, private theater, fitness center, spa, sauna, sun deck, swimming pools, and a dog park, among many other features. Boaters will appreciate the convenient dock and boat storage. WiFi is included, for those who want to stay connected. The landscaped RV sites have room to breathe and have concrete pads with full hookup service. With direct access to the Gulf of Mexico, this RV park is a not-to-miss.

3. Ocean Breeze Resort — Jensen Beach

Ocean Breeze Resort bills itself as “55+ Active RV Resort Living,” and it more than lives up to its description. Located in South Florida, on Jensen Beach, the resort is convenient to myriad prime golf courses and Savannas Preserve State Park. It features a fishing pier, basketball court, swimming pool, bocce ball court, horseshoe pits, and a beautiful private beach. There are plenty of local attractions and events to keep you busy when you want to explore. RV sites feature concrete pads with full hookups, WiFi and cable television service, barbeque grills, and picnic tables. For endless opportunities for active fun, add this South Florida RV resort to your agenda.

4. Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort — Cortez

If you like a laid-back vibe, you’ll want to visit the Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort, which is located in the mellow town of Cortez, Florida. In addition to gazing at the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, you’ll enjoy a variety of active adventures, including kayaking and fishing (both fresh and saltwater). If you want to kick back and relax, you can hang out at the horseshoe pits, picnic area, or the library in the clubhouse. Buttonwood is dog-friendly, and has all the key amenities, full hookups, and WiFi and digital TV.

Buttonwood Inlet RV ResortImage credit: Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort

5. Lion Country Safari KOA — Loxahatchee

Want to connect with your wild side? Relax at your RV site while listening to lions roar at the Lion Country Safari next door. The Lion Country Safari KOA could be one of the most unique RV parks in Florida. The neighboring Safari features not only lions, but also chimps, flamingos, giraffes, and more. You can walk through, drive through, and embark on VIP tours that take you even closer to the action. Once you’re done mixing with the herd, enjoy West Palm Beach and the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee. The campground features shady pull-through sites with concrete patios, picnic tables, and full hook-ups. Kick back in the gas-heated swimming pool, or get your game on at the shuffleboard court, basketball court, and volleyball court. This park will give you an experience like no other.

6. Boyd's Key West Campground — Key West

Boyd’s Key West Campground is a family-friendly campground and RV park that’s located on the Boca Chica Channel and is just steps away from the Key West Golf Club. You’ll find plenty to do on site, with the beach, swimming pool, ice cream socials, craft classes, yoga classes, movie nights, and live entertainment. If you want to explore, you have convenient access to city bus lines that will take you to restaurants and shops a few minutes away. Visitors also enjoy fishing and snorkeling. RV sites have full hookups, WiFi, and cable television.

7. Bahia Honda State Park — The Keys

Another lovely location in the Florida Keys is Bahia Honda State Park. Extremely popular (for excellent reasons!), you’ll want to book early to get a reservation. Although it’s famous, the park is quiet and pristine. Enjoy walking the award-winning beach and be sure to check out the historic bridge. The park includes over 500 acres and an offshore island, which offers superior snorkeling and beachcombing. While the marina slips and mooring balls are still out of commission due to Hurricane Irma, you’ll stay busy at this stunning park with kayaking, bicycling, fishing, swimming, and a variety of park programs. The park has 48 gravel sites that are suitable for a variety of camping rigs, including large RVs. The sites have electricity, water, a picnic table and grill, with access to a bathhouse with restrooms and hot showers.

8. Nature’s Resort RV Park — Homosassa

Another natural oasis is Nature’s Resort RV Park, where you can swim with manatees. Explore 97 acres of wildlife sanctuaries that feature freshwater streams and rivers. You can also charter a boat for offshore fishing and deep-sea fishing. Basketball and volleyball courts are also available. If you’re staying for a while and want to meet your neighbors, you’ll have fun at the potluck dinners, bingo, and dances. RV sites feature full hookups with 30 or 50 amp electrical service, water, sewer, and cable TV. Nature lovers will think they’ve arrived in heaven at this lovely park.

9. Orlando/Kissimmee KOA — Kissimmee

If you want to visit Disney World, Universal Studios, Legoland, or Sea World, the Orlando/Kissimmee KOA is the perfect place to stay. There’s a playground and jumping pillow for the kids, fitness room for the adults, an off-leash doggie play area called Kamp K9, as well as pool and lounge area. A variety of RV sites are available, including back-in, pull-through, and deluxe patio-full hookup sites. You’ll also find a 24-hour laundry and WiFi. If theme parks are your thing, this KOA will be perfect for you.

10. St. George Island State Park — St. George Island

If you long for undeveloped beaches that aren’t crowded, you’ll find St. George Island State Park ideal. Walk the miles of pristine beaches on a barrier island that provide the perfect setting for swimming, kayaking, boating, fishing, and hiking. Two natural boat ramps allow you to explore Apalachicola Bay, where you can fish for flounder, redfish, sea trout, and whiting. You’ll find sea turtles and birds like the snowy plover, least tern, black skimmer, and willet along the shoreline in the summer. It’s also likely that you’ll see dolphins. 60 RV sites feature water and electric hookups, with access to a central dump station and two bathhouses. Enjoy nature at its finest at this park.

St George Island FloridaSt. George Island, FL - Image credit: Florida Department of Environmental Protection

No matter which of these top Florida RV parks you choose, you’re sure to make many happy memories. As you’re preparing for your trip, don’t forget essentials like an RV roof cover to protect your roof from environmental damage while you’re parked. You’ll also want to consider RV tire covers, which prevent UV rays from deteriorating your tires, and an RV windshield cover to keep the sun and heat away.

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