Luxury airstreams in Florida

With its 1,100-mile coastline and year-round sun, Florida is tailor-made for a beach camping trip.

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Seaforest Sanctuary "The Cottage"

5 sites · Lodging2 acres · Carrabelle, FL
Seaforest Sanctuary is a collection of enchanting modern "campy" dwelling spaces hidden in a forest of pine trees.This is just a leisurely 5 min stroll to the edge of the sea and lovely Carrabelle Beach with white sand ,shells, driftwood and dolphins.The Seaforest Sanctuary also is protected nightly by the light from the neighboring Crooked River Lighthouse which gently swooshes through the trees all night long. ***Group Yoga Classes , Couples Yoga, massage, art experiences, Solo Stove Fire Pit available to all guests. Dwelling options include : The Retreat, The Cottage, The Gypsy Escape Airstream, The Tent, The Lucky Bamboo Woodland Cabin. *Seaforest Sanctuary : "The Cottage" (two bedrooms ( bedroom 1 :one king, bedroom 2: tow twin or king setup, kitchen , full bathroom, outdoor shower, screened porch with Daybed, 2 desks for working remotely can be inside or on screened porch. outdoor sitting area, grill, beach chairs, coolers. SLEEPS 4
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Brenner Groves

3 sites · Lodging, RVs40 acres · Thonotosassa, FL
Reconnect with nature in our cozy Airstream designed to provoke comfort and relaxation. Decompress from your busy life and get back to basics on 40 acres only 25 minutes outside of Downtown Tampa and close to the highway. Enjoy a quiet sunrise, sunset, birds, fishing, open land, a personal garden, and an outdoor fire. Spend your days on Lake Thonotosassa just down the street and enjoy breakfast on the lake! Go paint balling, wakeboarding, and be a quick drive from Tampa! The airstream at Brenner Groves makes for a cozy stay. Enjoy the perks of camping with a toilet, shower, and a built-in stereo. Use the AC system for hot summer days, or the heat for the rare cold night in Florida! Cook up your favorite farm fresh meal by getting local produce down the street and using our outdoor grill or indoor fire stove. Connect to Wi-Fi if you would like to stay here for a work from home change up. There is surprisingly good service! Drive down a beautiful driveway to 40 acres. You can park wherever you would like by the Airstream and bring a boat trailer if needed for the lake. There is a nearby entry for Lake Thonotosassa that is free. You can also fish the pond on-site! If you would like your own luxury private picnic upon arrival or at any point in your stay, message us and we will be thrilled to set it up for you for an additional cost! If you are looking to invite more guests, tents are welcomed with an additional fee.
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My Cabana Club

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Navarre, FL
Your adventure awaits at the exclusive Santa Rosa Waterfront RV Resort, located right on Santa Rosa Sound. This resort is packed with amenities, including a pool, beach, fishing pier, fire pit pavilion, gym, meeting room, and laundry facilities. The Emerald Coast is a true vacation paradise, with stunning beaches, parks, restaurants, and attractions all within easy reach. This area of Florida is renowned for its crystal-clear waters and white powdery beaches, making it the perfect destination for outdoor adventures, scenic views, and refreshing sea breezes. Step outside and relax under the expansive awning, complete with a sofa, table, and chairs. We have included a grill, bicycles, paddle boards, kayaks, and beach chairs, so you can make the most of your adventure and explore the area to your heart’s content. Do not miss this unforgettable vacation experience in an Airstream coach.
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Tampa Airstream Farm Stay

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Tampa, FL
Farm stay in renovated vintage Airstream trailers on a working urban farm with all the upscale modern amenities you’d expect from a luxury hotel including spa-inspired bathrooms, luxurious bedding, linens and bath products but in an Airstream....on a farm…in South Tampa.C’mon how awesome is that? Not sure about that? Well, we invite you to give it a try. Not into camping or the mess involved? We understand. You won’t have to lift a finger unless you want to. We take all the dirty, messy complications and hassle out of the experience so you can focus on having an awesome, safe, unique adventure and on a farm, in South Tampa.
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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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Luxury airstreams in Florida guide

Overview

Beautiful beaches, world-famous theme parks, and tropical islands—you probably think you know all there is to know about Florida. But the Sunshine State is also a five-star destination for outdoor adventurers with natural attractions to rival its theme parks. Campers can cruise wildlife-filled wetlands, snorkel coral reefs, hike through national forests, and explore historic forts. Some of the best RV camping is found in the 175 Florida state parks, and with balmy winter temperatures, tent camping is possible year-round. Avoid heart-of-summer camping if possible, though—the heat can be extreme, and it’s hurricane season along the coast. 

Where to go

Panhandle and Big Bend

White-sand beaches and laid-back beach towns fringe the Gulf of Mexico in Florida’s north-western county. Panama City, Destin, and Pensacola are gateways to the Panhandle, where you can pitch your tent right on the beach along the Gulf Islands National Seashore or check into an RV resort at one of the seaside state parks. The Apalachicola National Forest, just outside Tallahassee, is another favorite for campers, with everything from primitive tent sites to RV sites with electric hookups. 

North Florida

Most visitors to North Florida make a beeline for the Atlantic Ocean, where the hubs of Jacksonville, St Augustine, and Daytona Beach are dotted with sandy beaches and historic monuments. Campers looking to escape the beaten track can enjoy backcountry camping along the Canaveral National Seashore or park up by the beach in Anastasia State Park. Inland, the sprawling Lakelands of the Ocala National Forest are camping nirvana, surrounded by state parks and natural springs. 

Central Florida

Fun-seeking families probably have Orlando’s theme parks at the top of their Central Florida to-do list, but there are plenty of ways to get back to nature too. There’s great hiking and primitive camping in Seminole State Forest and Kissimmee State Park, both just outside the city. Other popular camping spots include the Jonathan Dickinson State Park in West Palm Beach, Lake Okeechobee, and Cayo Costa State Park, just off the coast of Fort Myers.

South Florida

The vast Everglades National Park is the star attraction of the Gulf Coast, where boating, biking, and canoeing tours will take you through the UNESCO-listed wetlands. Look out for manatees and American alligators along the way. Over on the Atlantic Coast, the buzzing beach resorts of Miami and Fort Lauderdale draw sun-seekers year-round. Intrepid campers can escape the masses in the Biscayne National Park, where the tent camping sites are reachable only by boat or kayak.

Florida Keys

If kayaking around tropical islands, and snorkeling and scuba diving along remote coral cays sounds like your idea of fun, look no further than the Florida Keys. The Overseas Highway runs all the way to Key West, and campers will find RV sites and tent camping grounds peppered around the many islands. Campgrounds in Bahia Honda State Park have boat launches and hammock camping, while the remote Dry Tortugas National Park has backcountry camping far from the crowds.

Frequently Asked Questions About Camping in Florida

Can you camp on the beach in Florida?

Yes, you can go beach camping in Florida in certain areas, typically on some BLM land and in dozens of state parks including Bahia Honda State Park in the Florida Keys, Grayton Beach State Park outside Destin, and eastern Florida’s Sebastian Inlet State Park. Campers in Florida are generally not allowed to camp in the sand unless expressly stated otherwise in the areas above. Most Florida beach campgrounds are set behind sand dunes with picnic tables, electric hookups, and toilet access. Remote, primitive, boat-in beach campsites can also be found on Elliott Key and Boca Chita Key in Biscayne National Park. Find more beach camping in Florida.

Is primitive camping allowed in Florida?

Yes, primitive camping is allowed in Florida in some state parks, national forests, state forests, and on the US Forest Service’s Florida Trail, usually for a small fee. Primitive camping, typically described as dispersed camping away from designated campgrounds without facilities, is available for backpackers and campers at more than 25 Florida state parks, including Cayo Costa State Park near Fort Myers, Wekiwa Springs State Park outside Orlando, and Jonathan Dickinson State Park near West Palm Beach. BLM land does not exist in Florida, though you can find more private, secluded camping in Florida with Hipcamp.

Where can you camp for free in Florida?

You can find free camping in Florida in its national forests: Apalachicola National Forest, Osceola National Forest, and Ocala National Forest, each of which spans thousands of acres and is made up of diverse landscapes. These campsites are generally primitive and dispersed with no facilities, so you’ll need to come prepared.

How many state parks in Florida have RV camping?

Florida has an incredible number of state parks (190 and counting!) and about 52 state parks offering RV campgrounds and campervan campsites. Myakka River State Park, Rainbow Springs State Park, Blue Springs State Park, and Silver Springs State Park are among Florida’s most popular state parks with RV camping. Find more Florida RV camping.

What is the best month to go camping in Florida?

The very best months to go camping in Florida are March and April, when the weather is best for tent camping and RV road trips with temperatures hovering between a low of 65°F and a high of 85°F. During these months, humidity is at its lowest, rain is unlikely, and ocean waters are warmest in south Florida’s Miami Beach and Key West. Hiking and backpacking are best suited for the cooler months of January and February. August, September, and October are the worst months to go camping in Florida thanks to wet weather, high humidity, and potential thunderstorms or hurricanes.

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