Florida is without a doubt one of the best loved states of America. It's also completely unique when compared to other states in many different ways. For instance, the vast majority of the state of Florida is located on a peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. This means that a lot of Florida towns and cities are situated closer to the equator than the rest of the contiguous United States, earning Florida the nickname 'Sunshine State' for its wonderful weather and warm temperatures.


1.Overview

Overview
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The state is also known as the home of some of the most popular family attractions on the planet in the form of the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks like MGM, Epcot, and Magic Kingdom. Additional theme parks like Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure add to the fun, and the whole Orlando area in the center of the state is a non-stop hub of tourists from all over the world.

As well as these wonderful family attractions, the Sunshine State is also known for its amazing beaches. With constant sunshine and high temperatures, it makes sense that many people flock to Florida to soak up some sun and enjoy some water sports, fishing, and boating out on the beaches. Both on the Atlantic Coast side and the Gulf of Mexico side, Florida boasts some truly world class beach locations, with the likes of Sanibel Island, Miami Beach, and Clearwater standing out as a few of the best.

If you'd like to enjoy Florida's best beaches, it makes sense to visit a beachfront RV park or campground. There are countless options to choose from all along the extensive Florida coastline, but some are much better than others. Read on to learn all about a few of the very best beachfront RV parks in Florida.

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2.Leo's Campground and RV Park

Leo's Campground and RV Park
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Head on down to Leo's Campground and RV Park on Key West for one of the best beachfront RV parks in all of the Sunshine State. Situated in a perfect location, just a few steps away from the soft sands of Key West, this RV park is well equipped and highly popular, having received countless rave reviews from past guests. Leo's Campground and RV Park is a great option for exploring Key West and its various cafes, shops, bars, restaurants, and unique attractions like the southernmost point marker of the contiguous United States.

This RV park can cater to motorhomes measuring up to 42 feet in length and offers spacious RV sites with private picnic tables, Wi-Fi hotspots, and free cable TV channels too. The park also comes with a private bathhouse area, offering clean toilets and hot showers for all guests. As an added bonus, guests at Leo's Campground and RV Park can visit the main office to get discounts and special offers on local attractions like the Old Town Trolley, the Hemingway House, and Key West Aquarium.

5264 Suncrest Rd, Key West, FL 33040, Phone: 305-296-5260

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3.Red Coconut RV Park

Red Coconut RV Park
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If you want to be able to step right out of your RV and walk onto the sand in less than a minute, you need to book a stay at Red Coconut RV Park. Located in the Fort Myers Beach area, looking out over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, this Florida beachfront RV park has a lot to offer. It's an amazing location to choose if you want to spend hours and hours on the beach each day, enjoying water sports, sunset strolls, beachcombing fun, and more.

The park itself features 60 RV sites with full hook-up services, and all RV guests at Red Coconut RV Park also get free Wi-Fi access and cable TV channels too. The park comes with private picnic tables, grills, a huge clubhouse, and more. In addition, lots of fun activities and special events are organized here throughout the year, so it's definitely a good idea to come back around Christmas or Easter time and see what's going on around the park.

3001 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931, Phone: 239-463-7200

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4.Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort

Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort
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Looking for a beachfront RV park on the Atlantic Coast of Florida? If so, Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort is definitely one of the very best options available to you. Located out on Flagler Beach, just south of Jacksonville and not too far from Daytona Beach, this beachfront RV park has proven hugely popular with guests of all ages and will surely continue to keep on pleasing tourists from all over the United States and beyond for many years to come.

The location is simply perfect at Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort, letting you step out of your RV and admire the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, stepping out onto the soft, golden sands of Flagler Beach and making magical memories you'll never forget. The park features no less than four beach walkways, two huge laundry rooms with washers and dryers, three renovated bathhouses with private showers and restrooms, and a long row of RV sites offering ocean views. This is a pet friendly RV site too with designated dog walking areas, so you can bring a furry friend along for the ride.

2768, 2815 N Ocean Shore Blvd, Flagler Beach, FL 32136, Phone: 386-439-3111

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3 Best Beachfront RV Parks in Florida