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Camping 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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LAZY K RANCH SOUTH

149 sites · RVs, Tents150 acres · Lady Lake, Lake
150 Acres of paradise in Central Florida Situated with 3000 feet on lake Griffin with access via a private inlet . Lazy k Campground is Surrounded with horses, cattle, wild turkey and amazing wildlife! We offer a inlet into beautiful lake Griffin. Lake Griffin is one of the biggest lakes in the harris chain of lakes Known for trophy bass fishing, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, speckled perch, and catfish. Anglers visit from around the world to experience the trophy bass! Slip you boat or kayak in our new boat ramp in the park or fish from the waters edge! Add in amazing wildlife including osprey, bald eagle, blue heron, anhinga, ibis, and river otter lake Griffin is a majestic experience. Lazy k ranch south also offers a agricultural experience in the heart of Central Florida ! We are working hard to put together a unique stay on the ranch for the cowboy in us all . Learn what farm life is all about if you choose from our herd of zebu cows , Brahman cattle, goats , horses and a host of other farm animals all surrounded by grand live oaks. Camp under the stars in our beautiful park with boat ramp into lake griffin. A unique experience to enjoy the best of both worlds all in one trip. We are here to take you back to a simpler way of life. Lazy k ranch south will be your escape into life as it should be time and time again. Lazy K Ranch south is Close to everything from restaurants, shopping, entertainment and outdoor adventures but tucked away and surrounded by nature and privacy. Enjoy one of the horses out grazing, pet our friendly goats and mascot calf mila always ready to get bottle fed . Come spend the day or week and enjoy everything Lazy k ranch south has to offer. Bathroom with shower, kitchen, lounge area with tv and wifi located by the ranch house. Lazy k ranch south will be your go to Florida destination . We promise. Make lazy ranch south your camping destination.
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Navarre Beach Camping Resort

20 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Navarre, Santa Rosa
Navarre Beach Camping Resort is located in Navarre, FL. We have 99 rv sites 29 cabins and three travel trailers. We are on the water, the Santa Rosa Sound, it is an intercoastal water way. We are a ten minute drive to Navarre Beach. Fishing, boating, kayaking, paddle boarding are fun things to do in the area.Learn more about this land:Back-in standard sites throughout the park have full hook-up and will accommodate up to twenty five foot campers. You park your RV on a sand, dirt pad, you have a concrete pad and a picnic table. Site comes with water, sewer, electric, wifi and cable. Some sites have shade. None of our sites are shaded all day long. Every site is a short walk to our beach.
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Home of Paradise Airsports

28 sites · RVs, Tents245 acres · Groveland, Lake
Wilotree Park is reference in the Hang Gliding world, being one of the most famous hang gliding destination for Aero tow in the world. Formally known as Quest Air, this small community of hang glider pilots and aviation enthusiasts that for over 25 years been quiet and secluded, now open your doors for all travelers and adventurers that look for a peaceful, beautiful and wild place to enjoy!
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David M.’s Land

30 sites · Tents2 acres · Titusville, Brevard
We have a very peaceful and quiet place in Titusville Florida. We have had the property since 1998. It is 4 acres on a waterfront that is used for our own recreation and we are excited to share it with you for you to be able to pitch your tent. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate RV's at this time. 
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Twin Palms Resort

32 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents18 acres · Okeechobee, Glades
Twin Palms Resort, located near Florida's famous Lake Okeechobee, has been making memories for anglers, duck hunters, and families alike for decades. Our resort is only an hour's drive west of the Gulf Coast or an hour east of the Gold Coast of the Atlantic. We are located between Disney World and Miami Beach.Whether it's for the season or just for a weekend getaway, come and stay and create your own memories in the middle of the Sunshine State!Featuring a bar, Twin Palms Resort is located in Okeechobee, within 1.8 miles of Lake Okeechobee and 17 miles of Caloosahatchee River Water Basin Testing Facility.Some units are air-conditioned and include a seating and/or dining area.
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Fiddlers Green RV Ranch

26 sites · Lodging15 acres · Altoona, Lake
Originally uses as the NY & LA Mounted Police training facility along with clinics and Mounted Shooters. Learn more about this land: You will be staying at a horse ranch in central Florida where people camp with or without "their" or horses daily, weekly, or monthly. Please note: that we Do Not offer trail rides or pony rides on property, we can however direct you to a small facility very close by, that may be able to accommodate you. You would have to call at least a few days ahead to make arrangements. Detailed information for horseback riding is located on our website. Fiddlers Green RV Ranch in Altoona, Florida. Fiddlers Green is a former Mounted Police Training Ranch and is in park-like setting just at the southern edge of the Ocala National Forest but close by to many activities, shops and amenities. You will have the option of an available site for your length of stay, to camp under live oaks or in our field depending on your amperage service needs.  Per Site Cost: (all sites have full hook-up of water, septic and 30 or 50 amp electric, fire-ring and a picnic table) and is for 2 adults and up to 4 children under 16, (each additional adult is $5.00 per night) max of 4 adults per site. Max of 2 vehicles per site, besides your rig. A few tent sites are also available. Amenities include: a single bath house, laundry and a recreation building with ping pong, TV area and table games.  Office with small store. Gazebo over looking the lake, horseshoes, volleyball and basketball. There is a community firepit and charcoal grill in the  picnic area. You can take a stroll along the small lake while enjoying birds, wildlife and horses.  Horse accommodations: (paddocks and stalls) are available as well, please reach out to us directly. We have a covered and outdoor arena for horses to be lunged and/or trained. Coggins required upon arrival and before horses exit the trailer.  Pet friendly: we have a small dog runs. Dogs must be on at least a 10ft leash and restrained at all times. Dogs are not to be left unattended outside at any time. If you are going to leave for an extended amount of time you need to take your dog with or find a doggie day care. We boarder the Ocala National Forest with it's 100 miles of trails for hiking, biking, fishing, OHV and horseback riding. Alexander Springs is the closest among many to snorkel, canoe and/or swim in 72* crystal clear water year round. Mt. Dora, Umatilla and Eustis are within 20 mins for restaurants, shops, golf and antiques, etc. If you have any questions your hosts will be happy to help. Choose a site to book - this may not be the actual site that you will have due to the booking calendar. You may be able to change once you arrive if other sites are available for your length of stay. Fiddlers Green reserves the right to change sites to accommodate more guests. Please Note: the picture on the map is very old even though it says 2020- We have updated and remodeled pretty much the whole facility.
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Pure Paradise Lebanon station

25 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · Inglis, Levy
Learn more about this land:Beautiful area with waterfalls observation Tower 23 beautiful acres to roam plenty of fishing and water sports in the area as well as other activities , tent and self-contained camping starting at $25 per night full hookup $50 per night
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Deenstill Ranch Camp site

20 sites · Tents100 acres · Lakeland, Polk
Welcome to our farm! This is an Active cattle Ranch and farm that has been in our family for over a 100 years. We raise grass fed beef on the farm and grow seasonal crops, we have a small fishing pond and have left most of the back of the property to look like old Florida with trails and paths wilding through it. Come spend some time enjoying old Florida on an old Florida Cracker cattle RanchLearn more about this land:We have a fire pit area, and an open field for parking. Plenty of trails for hiking, a catch an release fishing pond. Solar for phone charging and small lighting. Can rent a generator for additional fees.
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Waldo RV Park

167 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Waldo, Alachua
Welcome to Waldo RV Park, conveniently situated at 16258 Northeast US Highway 301 in Waldo, Florida 32694. We're thrilled to offer you a fantastic experience with a range of thrilling dirtbike motocross activities in the vicinity. Our park is equipped with various amenities, including a bathhouse, a scenic lake, laundry facilities, and pet-friendly options for your convenience.
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Bayhead RV and Manufactured Home Community

60 sites · RVs33 acres · Tallahassee, Leon
Welcome to Bayhead, the premier RV community in the beautiful city of Tallahassee, Florida! Nestled amidst miles of untouched landscapes, Bayhead is a nature-lovers' paradise, offering a perfect outdoor escape for RVers seeking an authentic experience. With a plethora of on-site amenities and exciting local activities and attractions, Bayhead is the ideal destination for your next RV adventure. Relax and socialize with fellow campers. Take a dip in the sparkling pool, perfect for a refreshing swim on a hot Florida day. Kids will love the playground, where they can play to their heart's content. Stay active and competitive with a game of basketball on the community basketball court, or challenge friends and family to a friendly game of ping pong. Enjoy the outdoors with the picnic areas, perfect for hosting gatherings and enjoying a meal in the great outdoors. For pet owners, Bayhead offers convenient pet walk areas, making it easy for your furry friends to stretch their legs and enjoy the fresh air. Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi access, and rest easy knowing that Bayhead offers big rig access and amenities such as water, sewerage, and 20/30/50 amp sites to accommodate all your RV needs. But the fun doesn't stop at Bayhead's doorstep - there are plenty of exciting activities to enjoy in the surrounding area. Canoeing and kayaking are popular options for exploring the nearby waterways, while hiking and biking trails allow you to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region. Wildlife enthusiasts will delight in the opportunity for wildlife viewing, and golfers can hit the links at local courses. For those who enjoy horseback riding, scenic viewing, and other outdoor adventures, Bayhead is the perfect base camp. At Bayhead, you'll also experience the special charm that sets it apart from other RV communities. Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or a mix of both, Bayhead has something for everyone. Don't miss out on the chance to experience the beauty and excitement of Bayhead in Tallahassee, Florida. Pack your RV and come join us for an unforgettable outdoor escape. We look forward to welcoming you to our community soon!
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Suwannee River Hideaway Campground/RV park

82 sites · RVs, Tents122 acres · Old Town, Dixie
‚ÄčSuwannee River Hideaway Campground is known for its 1,500-foot boardwalk through the untouched beauty of the natural wetlands leading to the historic Suwannee River. The park consists of 122 acres which assures a serene and tranquil experience to wander and explore your surroundings. Sit back and relax or take a stroll along the river's edge to 'Jim's Place' where you can have a picnic beside the spring-fed creek as it flows into the river. With 2,000 feet of riverside, you can fish, swim, picnic, and just enjoy the beauty that surrounds you and understand why Florida natives refer to this part of Florida as God's country. A catch and release pond is located within the park where you can cast a line and pull in a bass, brim, or catfish, or just enjoy watching the turtles, alligators, and occasional otters. A crystal-clear pool is a hidden gem to enjoy a cool refreshing break from the Florida sun. The Clubhouse is available for gatherings in which to fellowship with other guests and share food and friendship. During the Winter months, we enjoy potluck dinners, Holiday celebrations, crafting, and other social events. The park is centrally located among many natural springs that are known for fishing, hiking, biking, and boating. We are only 3 miles from the Nature Coast State Trail (Rails to Trails). After a day of adventure, return to the stress-free ambiance of a campfire under a beautiful night sky full of stars. You may be joined by one of the resident owls sitting nearby calling to his mate. All RV sites are full hook-ups with Cable and Wi-Fi and have a patio and firepit for your enjoyment. The sites are smartly distanced to give you space to have outdoor activities. If you love the natural beauty of untouched Florida that unfortunately is disappearing, come spend some time with us and you may never want to leave.
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Calusa Cove RV Park

23 sites · RVsFort Myers, Lee
Calusa Cove RV Park offers the perfect base from which to explore Florida's great adventures. Let the birdsong wash away all the stresses of daily life. We adjoin the 1800A State Preserve Park. Enjoy miles of nature trails and tranquility. Our camp grounds are the perfect place to experience the feeling of Florida. Kick back and delight in the scenery. Enjoy campfires, picnic tables, biking/hiking and nature trails. Each rv must be self contained. Calusa cove does not like concrete, our sites are high and dry and are grass over lime rock or shell. We have horse shoes but no horses. A peaceful and picturesque RV Park awaits you at Calusa Cove. Just south of Fort Myers and north of Bonita Springs. Beautifully Estero - Adjacent to the new Estero Bay State Preserve. Cypress, live oak and native palmetto trees with two lakes that attract visiting birds and wildlife. We are a big rig friendly RV park located on 19421 Santa Elena Drive in Fort Myers, FL. The site includes water, sewer, electricity, laundry facilities. Our RV sites features large lots among Florida cypress and live oak trees, tranquil lakes and palmetto trees. Enjoy the view from your RV or travel trailer and see the native birds and small wild life frolic around the twenty acres of Calusa Cove and the many outdoor activities the area has to offer. NOTICE: DUE TO COVID OUR WASHROOMS AND LAUNDRY FACILITY ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
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Camping in Florida guide

Beautiful beaches, world-famous theme parks, and tropical islands‚ÄĒyou 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‚ÄĒthe heat can be extreme, and it‚Äôs 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¬įF and a high of 85¬įF. During these months, humidity is at its lowest, rain is unlikely, and ocean waters are warmest in south Florida‚Äôs 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.

Frequently Asked Questions

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 KeysGrayton 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Boondocking, or camping on public lands without amenities, is legal in Florida in certain areas. While Florida does not have any BLM (Bureau of Land Management) lands, there are other options for boondocking, such as national forests, wildlife management areas, and water management districts. These areas typically allow dispersed camping, but you should always check the specific rules and regulations for the location you are interested in. Additionally, you can find private landowners who offer boondocking sites through platforms like Hipcamp. Just always practice Leave No Trace principles and respect the land and property owners when boondocking.

Yes, Florida has a wide variety of excellent camping options, thanks to its diverse landscapes, beautiful beaches, and unique ecosystems. From beach camping to forest camping, there's something for everyone. Some popular camping destinations include Everglades National Park, Bahia Honda State Park, and Grayton Beach State Park. You can also find glamping options, fishing spots, and RV parks throughout the state. Explore more Florida camping options.

There are numerous state parks in Florida where you can camp. Some popular options include:

These are just a few examples of the many state parks in Florida that offer camping. You can explore more options by visiting the Florida State Parks page on Hipcamp.

Free camping in Florida can be found in its national forests, such as Apalachicola National Forest, Osceola National Forest, and Ocala National Forest. These campsites are usually primitive and dispersed, with no facilities or amenities, so you'll need to come prepared. Keep in mind that free camping sites may have restrictions on the length of stay and may require a permit. Always check with the managing agency for the latest information on regulations and availability.

The cost of staying in an RV park in Florida for a month can vary significantly depending on factors like location, amenities, and time of year. On average, monthly rates can range from $500 to $1,500 or more. Some RV parks may offer discounts for longer stays or during off-peak seasons. It's essential to research and contact individual RV parks to get accurate pricing information for your specific needs. You can find a variety of RV parks in Florida on Hipcamp to get started.

Free RV camping in Florida can be found at dispersed campsites in national forests and some public lands, in addition to Walmart parking lots, Cracker Barrel parking lots, and some rest areas along highways. Here are a few options for free RV camping in Florida:

Keep in mind that these free campsites are typically primitive and dispersed, with no facilities or amenities. It's essential to practice Leave No Trace principles and come prepared with your own water, food, and waste disposal systems, and you'll also need to check with any specific location's management before parking overnight, as rules and regulations may vary. For a more comfortable and secure stay, consider staying at one of Florida's RV campgrounds or state parks that offer affordable RV camping options.

In Florida state parks, the maximum length of stay in an RV campsite is typically 14 consecutive days within a 30-day period. However, some parks may allow longer stays during the off-peak season. It's essential to check the specific park's rules and regulations for any variations in their stay limits. You can find more information on Florida state parks and their RV camping policies on their individual websites.

Free beach camping in Florida is limited and rare due to the popularity of the state's beaches. However, there are a few places where you might be able to camp for free, though they may be more primitive and require some research to ensure legality and availability:

  • Shell Island (near Panama City) - Accessible by boat only, and camping is allowed on the west end of the island. Be sure to check local regulations before camping.
  • St. George Island State Park (Apalachicola) - While camping at the state park itself is not free, you may find free primitive camping options on the nearby Apalachicola National Forest land. However, these sites may not be directly on the beach.

Please note that free beach camping is not guaranteed, and it is essential to verify the legality and rules of each location before setting up camp. Additionally, always practice Leave No Trace principles to preserve the environment and respect the local wildlife.

In Florida, you can sleep in a tent on the beach in certain designated areas, typically within state parks and campgrounds. It is essential to follow specific rules and regulations, as camping directly on the beach is often prohibited in most locations to protect the environment and wildlife. Some popular beach camping destinations in Florida where you can sleep in a tent include Bahia Honda State Park, Grayton Beach State Park, and Sebastian Inlet State Park. These campgrounds typically offer designated tent sites behind sand dunes, providing amenities such as picnic tables, electric hookups, and restroom facilities. It is always best to check the specific regulations of the beach or park you plan to visit before setting up your tent. Browse more beach camping options in Florida.

The cost to camp at a Florida State Park varies depending on the type of campsite and park you choose. In general, camping fees range from approximately $16 to $42 per night for tent and RV campsites. Some parks may also charge an additional utility fee for electric and water hookups. Keep in mind that these prices are subject to change, and it's a good idea to check the specific state park website or contact them directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information on camping fees.

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