Camping near Boca Raton

Atlantic beaches, intercoastal adventure, and the Everglades await Boca Raton campers.

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Boca Airstream

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Boca Raton, FL
Experience the charm of a late model Airstream 25FB located in Downtown Boca Raton, Florida. Situated just approximately 5 minutes from the beach, a short 5-minute walk to Fresh Market, and only 2 miles from Mizner Park. Brightline is conveniently 1.5 miles away, while downtown shops and restaurants are all within a 5-minute drive. Additionally, a park awaits just 300 feet away, providing a perfect area for bicycling. Enjoy the safety of the neighborhood with minimal traffic, ensuring a peaceful and pleasant stay.
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Luxurious RV Resort South Florida

1 site · RV104 acres · Margate, FL
*Must have class A RV - Must be less than 10 years old. **Monthly, seasonal, or yearly leases available. Ask for more info. Enjoy all of the many South Florida's most popular beaches all within half an hour drive but you may not want to leave the resort. Beautiful luxuriously landscaped community with full resort amenities. Amenities include: Tennis Court Pickleball Courts Putt putt golf Swimming Pool Fitness Center Shuffle Luxury RV Resort with Proximity to the Best Beaches in South Florida Aztec RV Resort is the perfect place to relax and enjoy all that South Florida has to offer. The resort features lushly landscaped grounds, a state-of-the-art fitness center, two pools, tennis and pickleball courts, shuffleboard, volleyball, and much more. When you're not enjoying the resort's amenities, you can explore the many nearby attractions. Just a short drive away, you'll find some of the best beaches in South Florida, as well as world-class shopping, dining, and nightlife. Whether you're looking for a relaxing vacation or an action-packed getaway, Aztec RV Resort is the perfect place to stay. Book your stay today and experience the luxury of South Florida RV resorting!
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Bee Healthy Honey Farms

3 sites · RVs3 acres · Delray Beach, FL
Our family honey bee farm and home is located adjacent to a grass airstrip in West Delray Beach, FL. A quiet, peaceful place to park only minutes from all the conveniences you can imagine. Multiple full-hookup spots on the property. Only 7 miles from downtown Delray Beach, the Beach and Intercoastal. Minutes from the everglades. Also nearby is a park with mountain bike trails, disk golf, and more. The list of things to do and see in the area is endless.
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South Florida Luxury RV Resort

1 site · RV104 acres · Margate, FL
South Florida's most popular beaches all within an hour drive but you may not want to leave the resort. Beautifully landscaped community with resort amenities. Please contact if interesting in monthly, seasonal, or yearly leases. Amenities include: Tennis Court Pickleball Courts Putt putt golf Swimming Pool Fitness Center Shuffle
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Flying Frog Ranch

5 sites · RVs2 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Nominated as BEST HIPCAMP IN FLORIDA, Flying Frog Ranch is exactly that peaceful getaway you are searching for, while still being close enough to all things Florida. From friendly wildlife, to hidden gems, Flying Frog provides you a peaceful stay off the beaten path, while still being close to all you seek. The property is a shared space consisting of 1+ acre of private, natural setting, including a well stocked pond. You can wake up and see all sorts of friendly wildlife coming and going, including peacocks, rabbits, turtles, and much more. Fishing, nature trails, animal safari, horseback riding can all be found throughout the neighborhood, and beaches are just a short drive away. Leap into Flying Frog! Our guests love staying here "I really loved this place! It was quiet yet close to everything. I love walking the property and taking in all the natural beauty. He responded quickly to texts if I had a question. Very peaceful and quiet! If you don't like busy campgrounds this is the place to go to. A little piece of paradise with the pond and turtles and all his flowering trees. I also saw a peacock while there! I extended my booking for an extra day." Come enjoy the ORIGINAL neighborhood hipcamp .
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Poolside Pines RV Campsite

1 site · RV1 acre · Loxahatchee, FL
Welcome to our RV campsite designed to accommodate vehicles up to 50 feet in length. Enjoy the convenience of provided power and water during your stay. Take advantage of access to a shared pool and hot tub for added relaxation. We offer both water and 30-amp power for your comfort, while waste disposal remains the responsibility of the guest. Additionally, one parking space is available at the RV spot, and arrangements can be made for...
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Anderson's Tropical Farm

5 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Our beloved 2-acre plot is naturally-forested with towering eastern slash pines, cabbage palms, saw palmettos, beauty berry, firebush, and other native flora. Each camp site is uniquely situated within its own private zone with plenty of space to set up tents, chairs, or tables. Natural seating abounds in the way of cut logs and stumps. We are not currently offering picnic tables - so sorry! Year-round residents include pileated & red-bellied woodpeckers, armadillos, opossums, black vultures, raccoons, cattle egrets, snowy egrets, ibis, bluejays, boat-tailed grackles, crows, green & brown anoles, mourning doves, gray squirrels, southern flying squirrels, burrowing owls, box turtles, southern black racers, red rat snakes, king snakes, coral snakes, hawks, toads, tree frogs, and more. We're also blessed by visitations from seasonal birds such as cardinals, kestrels, swallow-tail kites, orioles, buntings, and warblers. Bring your outdoor gear for biking, hiking, kayaking, fishing, or beach-going! From our location, you can explore the neighborhood on foot or bicycle, with sidewalks directly abutting the property. Canals in the area are open to fishing (just don't enter private property!). We're also within 25 minutes of remarkable destinations such as: Jonathan Dickinson State Park - known for it's expansive scrub, excellent mountain bike trails, and the highest natural point SE of Lake Okeechobee Jupiter Island - frequented by tourists and locals alike for it's gorgeous beaches, intra-coastal access, and fresh seafood Grassy Waters Preserve - 18+ miles of well-maintained trails winding throughout pristine wetlands. Look for alligators, great blue herons, great egrets, sandhill cranes, roseate spoonbills, turtles, limpkins, and more
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South Florida Permaculture Farm

3 sites · Tents5 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Embracing Nature's Classroom: A Journey into the Heart of Agroforestry In the heart of our bustling city lies a hidden gem—a five-acre agroforestry site seamlessly integrated with a wildlife refuge, offering a sanctuary for both humans and nature. This unique haven challenges traditional farming norms, embracing permaculture principles and providing a holistic education on sustainable living. The Agroforestry Oasis: This agroforestry site thrives as a harmonious blend of natural elements. The farm, rich with diverse flora, serves as a testament to the possibility of cultivating food in harmony with nature. With a natural pond reflecting the sky and a cypress forest providing shade, the site is a living example of how agricultural practices can coexist with the environment. Wildlife Refuge: Surrounded by a city environment, the wildlife refuge within the agroforestry site stands as a testament to the resilience of nature amidst urbanization. Birds, insects, and small mammals find solace in this haven, creating a unique urban wildlife ecosystem. The refuge highlights the importance of preserving green spaces within cities for biodiversity and ecological balance. Permaculture Education: Classes on permaculture gardening and natural cooking form the core of the educational experience offered on the site. Participants learn not just about cultivation but also about the interconnectedness of ecosystems. These classes empower individuals to apply permaculture principles in their own lives, fostering a sense of responsibility towards the environment. Campfire Gatherings: At the heart of the agroforestry site lies a community space, where campfires flicker at individual camping sites and merge into a grand communal fire. This space fosters a sense of community, encouraging shared experiences and conversations under the open sky. It exemplifies the essence of coming together to appreciate and learn from nature. Nature's Unfiltered Beauty: Unlike manicured gardens, this facility proudly stands in its natural state. The untamed beauty of the landscape contributes to the existence of a diverse array of wildlife. Visitors are invited to witness nature as it is, fostering a deep appreciation for the raw, unfiltered beauty that often goes unnoticed in our modern, structured world. Invitation to Experience: This isn't just a description; it's an invitation. Come, explore, and experience the magic of this agroforestry site for yourself. Feel the connection between nature and sustainable living, learn about permaculture, and revel in the simplicity of a campfire under the stars. Witness the beauty that emerges when humans and nature coexist harmoniously. In this city oasis, the agroforestry site isn't just a piece of land; it's a living, breathing classroom where the lessons are taught by the wind in the trees, the rustling of leaves, and the vibrant life that thrives in every corner. It's time to appreciate nature and learn about how it works, not just as observers but as active participants in the dance of life. Are you ready to embark on this journey into the heart of agroforestry? Come see for yourself. Nature is waiting to share its secrets with you.
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Honeys Place: Urban Camping Oasis

5 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Miami, FL
3 acre urban farm and campsite with swimming hole. 5 campsites available for tent/RV/vehicle camping. In the heart of Miami, Florida. 10 minutes South Beach, Wynwood or Ft. Lauderdale, everything Miami has to offer is close by.
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LOT 22 Aztec RV Resort Margate, FL

1 site · RV104 acres · Margate, FL
MUST HAVE A CLASS A RV - THAT IS A MIN OF 15 YEARS OLD OR NEWER - AND 26' OR LONGER. MUST PROVIDE A DRIVER LICENSE OR STATE I.D. CARD FOR EACH PERSON STAYING ON THE LOT MUST PROVIDE A COPY OF REGISTRATION AND INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE RV AND ANY TOW VEHICLES AND/OR GOLF CARTS. THERE IS A $100.00 ONE TIME ARRIVAL CLEANING FEE, must add to your booking at CHECK-OUT. A CREDIT CARD WILL BE HELD ON FILE FOR ANY DAMAGES TO LOT, PEDESTAL, TIKI HUT, FURNISHINGS ETC. Minutes to the best beaches, bars, shopping, restaurants and more… close to nearby airports PBI, FLL, MIA and both major cruise ports of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. 104 acres and 645 lots Truly an RV RESORT with tons of activities inside the resort to participate in or just relax under Lushly landscaped, planned activities for the whole family. Fabulous outdoor recreation area with state of the art fitness center, 2 pools, tennis and pickleball courts and lots more!!!
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Miami Crossroads

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Miami, FL
Mi casa es su casa! Welcome to our home! Our location, just two minutes from where the Palmetto and the Dolphin expressways intersect, allows for easy access to all four corners of Miami-Dade County within minutes. To the east you will find our famous Florida beaches, including South Beach, Miami Beach, Bill Baggs State Park, Crandon Park, Hobie Beach, Matheson Hammock, and many more. To the west you can spend a day in the Florida Everglades, visit the Miccosukee Indian Village, experience guided airboat rides through the alligator-filled "River of Grass", or even try your luck at the Miccosukee Casino & Resort. The south offers many interesting and fascinating experiences as well. The Viscaya, Venetian pool, Homestead Speedway, the Redlands, and the Florida Keys are just a few of the many destinations south of us. And last, but certainly not least, heading north you will find the famous Sawgrass Mall, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, and more beautiful beaches such as the Hollywood Broadwalk. These are just the tip of the iceberg, so whether you are just pasing though on your way to the fabulous Florida Keys, or making Miami your final destination, come stay with us and explore Florida like a native!
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Tropical Acres

2 sites · RVs2 acres · West Palm Beach, FL
Learn more about this land: Park your RV for the night and enjoy the surrounding areas, beach, snorkeling, Safari, animal sanctuary or biking. Electric/water hookup next to the paved site. There is a shaded grass area for setting up camping chairs, and a separate area with provided fire pit and relaxing chairs to watch the sunset. Electric Hookup for Hipcamp Site is 30A. Water Hookup with a hose extension to site. Things to do in the area: We are near Lion Country Safari for a drive thru Safari experience or visit McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary for an educational and hands on experience. Peanut Island-snorkeling, kayaking, historic site you can reach with a ferry or kayak/paddle board rentals Cityplace-downtown West Palm Beach-walk around and take the free hop on hop off trolley to the Intercoastal for a new area to explore. Loggerhead Marinelife Center- Donation Entry - https://marinelife.org/ McCarthy's Wildlife Sanctuary - 2 miles- https://www.mccarthyswildlife.com/ Busch Wildlife Sanctuary - Donation Entry - https://www.buschwildlife.org/ Roger Dean Stadium to catch a baseball game https://www.rogerdeanchevroletstadium.com/stadium/ West Palm Beach Spring Training for the Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals, Miami Marlins and the Washington Nationals will be held from February 24 until March 24, 2024 at Cacti Park of The Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach Rapids Waterpark not far from here for an ultimate water park adventure. Take an underwater adventure to explore Florida's marine life at Phil Foster Park Snorkel Trail at Blue Heron Bridge with 800 feet of snorkel trail and easy access from a sandy beach. You can explore wildlife viewing and hiking through the cypress wetlands of J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area or visit Grassy Waters Preserve to enjoy the real Florida.
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Camping near Boca Raton guide

Overview

A Southern Florida beach city between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton is home to five miles of Atlantic beaches with amber sand, clear water, and swaying palm trees. Its intercoastal waterway is home to manatee, dolphins, and sea turtles, meaning snorkeling, boating, biking, and fishing are all excellent ways to do some wildlife watching in town. Campers take part in many of these activities and typically also make time to head to the northern Everglades to Boca’s west where paddling routes, hiking trails, and driving tours reveal the fascinating plants and wildlife of one of earth’s most unique ecosystems. Everglades visitors may spot alligators, anhingas, roseate spoonbills, black bears, Florida panthers, and more.

Where to go

Boca Raton Surrounds

For a beautiful section of undeveloped Atlantic beach in Boca Raton, head to the Spanish River Park, which also has intercoastal fishing access and a kayak launch. Red Reef Park is another great beach park with the added bonus of the fun and informative Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. If traveling by RV, Boca Raton has a variety of RV parks with amenities like hot showers, picnic tables, and dump stations.

Atlantic Beach Parks

Forty minutes north of Boca, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park features 1.6 miles of beach, plus hammock and mangrove forests to explore. The park makes an excellent day trip—especially for paddlers, who can rent standup paddle boards in the park. Just a bit further up the coast is Jonathan Dickinson State Park, a diverse site for hiking, paddling, and wildlife watching with campgrounds close to the beach.

Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge

The 145,000-acre Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge sits just west of Boca Raton, protecting a northern section of the Florida Everglades. It has nearly 50 miles of remote hiking and biking trails to explore, but many paddling routes.

Everglades National Park

From Boca Raton, it’s a 90-minute drive south to the entrance of Everglades National Park. Visit the boardwalk trails and the visitor center, then consider staying the night at an Everglades campground. The Shark Valley section allows visitors to bike or take a tram ride along a canal teeming with gators.

Big Cypress National Preserve

For more Everglades access, head into the Big Cypress National Preserve along I-75, aka Alligator Alley. Here you can hike along a section of the Florida Trail and enjoy epic views of the stars due the preserve’s status as an International Dark Sky Park.

When to go

Boca Raton’s tropical climate makes it an excellent winter camping destination. Fall and spring are also nice for camping, but summer visitors should be prepared for hot temperatures, high humidity, and frequent rain. Summer and fall are also hurricane season, when campers should monitor storm forecasts before and during their trip.

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