With its 1,100-mile coastline and year-round sun, Florida is prime for RV camping.
With more than 800 miles of sandy beaches, 175 state parks, 4,500 plus islands, and some 30,000 inland lakes, Florida is heaven for RV campers. Whether you’re checking into an RV site along the Gulf Coast of the Panhandle, parking your motorhome near the theme parks of Orlando, or going snorkeling along Florida Keys, you’ll find RV parks the length and breadth of the Sunshine State. Coastal RV resorts offer easy access for big rigs, with full hook-ups, heated pools, and activities, while the most rustic Florida RV parks are found in the state parks. The RV campgrounds in the Everglades National Park afford direct access to hiking, biking, and canoeing trails. The sun shines year-round in Florida, but November through April offers the most pleasant weather—through summer, scorching temperatures and hurricanes can put a damper on your RV camping trip.