Camping near West Palm Beach with fishing

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Taste of Old Florida

12 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Palm City, FL
A small but unique piece of land that was given to a family in the 1920s by the Florida Railroad Company. It stayed in the family until we purchased it. It is unique because the surrounding area does not have much tree coverage. This is due to the ground underneath, which is a vein of grey marl. This is why the area is called the Allapattah (an Indian word for Alligator) Flats. We are hoping that our county stays the way it is so people will know what Old Florida really looks like. Minutes from I-95, but surrounded by the Allapattah Flats Wildlife Management Preserve. Located on Martin Hwy, which was recently designated as a Florida Scenic Hwy. Fifteen minutes to Stuart and thirty minutes to West Palm Beach, a world away from the hustle and bustle. We realize that people also love Florida for Disney and tropical paradises but if that is what you want than this may not be your kind of place.
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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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FireFly Farm

1 site · RV5 acres · Indiantown, FL
A small family owned and operated 5 acre pasture raised poultry farm. This is a working farm that sells poultry meat and eggs to the local community. If you have ever wondered what it might be like to live on a poultry farm -- this is it! Depending on the time of year there may also be bee hives located on the far back or very front of our pastures. Due to biosecurity measures you do not have full access to roam the entire farm and pastures. However, the RV spot is placed with a view of most farm activities. Our farm is home to free roaming hens, roosters, geese, quail, guinea fowl, ducks, turkeys and pigs. We have 4 livestock guardian dogs that keep our animals safe from predators. Both the birds and the dogs do make noise, so please keep that in mind. It's all part of farm life ! While we love animals and would love to invite your pets to stay, due to the nature of our guardian dogs we do not allow any pets. There is grated spot for your RV with electric, water and septic hook-ups. Our farm is in operation 7 days a week and there may be poultry processing that is completed during your stay.
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Aztec RV Resort - Luxurious Upscale

1 site · RV104 acres · Margate, FL
*Class A RV's only - Must be less than 10 years old - No exceptions. **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 Aztec Luxury RV Resort with Proximity to the Best Beaches in South Florida 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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River Breeze

1 site · RV, Tent5 acres · Jensen Beach, FL
Learn more about this land:* 7 Minutes to the Beach * 5 Minutes to the Boat Launch * 6 Minutes to Grocery Store and Laundromat Close to all conveniences Have your Starbucks and yet feel miles away from the Hustle and Bustle. Surrounded by trees and park like setting , hammocks , fire pit, little sitting areas sprinkled throughout the Five Acres. Very peaceful setting aside from occasional bark from our dogs but the main house is about 500 ft away. This is a slice of paradise in the midst of some of the most diverse eco systems in Florida. The Property sits between the Indian River Lagoon and the Savanna’s State Park, mornings and sunsets will host an aerial show or local birds as they leave/return to their rookeries. We have a several gardens which we keep growing and changing. A vast array of Bromeliads gardens, Tropical Plant gardens, Our newest addition is a expansive Butterfly Garden as well as our Palm/Hibiscus garden which encircles the fire pit. While we do not have steps for direct River access, our Jensen Beach Causeway is a mere 5 min ride to Launch Ramps. We have 2 Kayaks available for a small rental fee of $10.00 per kayak/Day so you can explore our area by land and water. This is a little slice of Old Florida Paradise.
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VickysWellwithin

2 sites · Lodging6 acres · Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Vickyswellwithin grew over the last 10 years after hosting and assisting in various wellness workshops around the world. It was my intention to create a property where animals would be recognized as sentient beings with feelings and emotions. Animal-assisted therapy has been the most important part of my wellness program. It is a wonderful place to help peoples connect with nature and animals. The unique programs help peoples reconnect to their through essence. The place to be authentic and at peace. All visitors leave this place recharged and happy.
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Fantasy Farms Equestrian Center

2 sites · RVs5 acres · Jupiter, FL
Learn more about this land: 30 amp hookup.  Working Equestrian facility.  Water and wifi. No septic.  Parking site is near our riding arena where you can sit and watch our riders training. Nights are VERY quiet!  Great for star gazing with no lights from town.  Enjoy our fire pit located steps from your site. (water hook up is about 50' away).  The beautiful Riverbend park is in walking distance for canoeing (they rent) biking, hiking, wildlife viewing, etc... Short drive to beautiful beaches, shopping restaurants, etc...  CLOSE TO 95 AND TURNPIKE... GREAT FOR A STOP OVER SPOT.
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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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Coco Pines Farm

1 site · RV1 acre · Jupiter, FL
Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway with friendly hosts on a 1980’s Florida mini-farm. You will be surrounded with as much of native Florida as possible actively being improved by your local biologist in your co-host Valeria as our husband and wife hosting duo seeks to make every experience at our home a beautiful retreat. We open up our home to you with love to get a true family farmhouse feel.
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Molly Farm

1 site · RV2 acres · Jupiter Farms, FL
Farm living with plenty of trees and acreage! Great outdoor activities nearby and the beaches are only 15 minutes away. River Bend park is a bike ride away and kayak and canoes are available. Beautiful weather during the fall and winter months. Picnic table included. Ideal for RV’s up to 40’ in length.
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River Oaks Fort Lauderdale Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Fort Lauderdale, FL
A private urban oasis right off I95/ Marina Mile Boulevard with full hookups. Both 50 amp/ 30 amp service available plus water. LOCATION Less than 2 mi from Fort Lauderdale Airport, downtown Fort Lauderdale, Port Everglades cruise port, and Lauderdale Marine Center. Under 1 mile away: -Big Lots -Winn Dixie -Dollar Tree -Dunkin Donuts -McDonalds -7/11 -Walgreens THE PARK Private entrance to the city park on the back side of the property. PARKING Free parking for 2 cars. *Absolutely no on-street parking. The city will issue you fines directly. NOISE ORDINANCE Guests must adhere to the city wide noise ordinance which is applicable all hours or the day with quiet hours starting at 10 pm. MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY No more than 6 people on premise at any given time. PETS Pets are allowed on a case-by-case basis and must be approved in writing ahead of arrival. All pet waste must be picked up by guests and placed in the garbage bins provided in real time. WASTE We ask that guests sorts and roll bins to and from the curb in accordance with the city garbage ordinance.
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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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Camping near West Palm Beach with fishing guide

Overview

With warm emerald waters, gentle surf, and amber sand, the star attraction of West Palm Beach is, undoubtedly and unsurprisingly, its beaches. From large public beaches off of downtown to peaceful beach parks with unspoiled dunes and swaying palms, there are many ways to swim, sunbathe, and surf your way through a West Palm Beach camping getaway. Guides and rentals for sports like kayaking, snorkeling, scuba, standup paddle boarding, and fishing are abundant, and there are also excellent hiking and biking opportunities for campers at Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Lake Okeechobee.

Where to go

West Palm Beach Surrounds

For a family-friendly beach day near West Palm Beach, check out Municipal Beach or Phipps Ocean Park. The city’s best snorkeling is at Phil Foster Park’s artificial reef in the Intercostal, a site loaded with tropical fish, while manatee lovers should not skip the Manatee Lagoon. Because of its location on Florida’s arterial I-95, West Palm Beach has a variety of RV resorts and RV parks with full hookups and free wifi that can accommodate big rigs and campers.

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park

This beach park in North Palm Beach has 1.6 miles of immaculate beach backed by mangrove forests, hammocks, and the Intercoastal waterway. Loggerhead, leatherback, and green turtles nest on this beach from May to August, and paddlers may spot manatee, dolphins, and water birds in the area. Kayak and SUP rentals are available on-site.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

One of the most dynamic parks near West Palm Beach is Jonathan Dickinson State Park, home to an extensive network of hiking trails through 16 natural communities and nine miles of dedicated mountain biking trails. You can also paddle on the Loxahatchee River. The park’s two campgrounds have tent sites and RV sites with full hookups, picnic tables, grills, and restrooms.

Lake Okeechobee

Just west of West Palm Beach, the enormous Lake Okeechobee has excellent bass fishing. The 109-mile Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail circles the lake and makes for a scenic hiking and biking route.

When to go

West Palm Beach’s busy camping season is winter, when its mild tropical weather gives visitors a warm reprieve from freezing temperatures in the Northeast. Fall and spring are both pleasant as well, but beware of spring break crowds. Summers in South Florida are hot and humid with heavy rain, making tent camping a struggle. Summer and fall are also hurricane season here, when monitoring weather and storm forecasts is a necessity.

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