With its year-round sunshine and its endless natural beauty, Florida is perfectly suited to camping or even living in an RV, and the state is full of plenty of excellent places to stay. Many of the parks feature swimming pools, lawn games, and busy activity calendars that will make sure you never get bored, but if you're looking for something a bit quieter, you'll be able to find that too.

Whether you're planning a weekend getaway or an adventure of many months, this list of Florida's best RV parks will make it easy to decide where to stay.

1. Belle Parc RV Resort

Belle Parc RV Resort
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Popular with both overnight guests and seasonal campers, the Belle Parc RV Resort is an active 55+ community located just outside downtown Brooksville. All the spacious sites have full hook-ups, complimentary Wi-Fi, and HD TV, and guests have access to convenient amenities like sparkling clean restrooms with showers, laundry facilities, and a fitness area. There are also three pickleball courts, a seasonal outdoor pool, and a communal fire pit and grill where campers can meet and mingle. During the winter, the park staff also arrange group activities like kayaking and hiking or biking on the trails in the surrounding area. Browse our things to do in Florida guide for more ideas.

11050 Elliots Way, Brooksville, FL 34601, Phone: 352-593-5852

2. Big Cypress RV Resort & Campground

Big Cypress RV Resort & Campground
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Located on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in the Florida Everglades, the Big Cypress RV Resort & Campground is a welcoming, family-friendly campground. It's quite remote, but that's part of its charm, and many visitors return here year after year for some peace and quiet. You can choose between grassy and paved sites, but all have full hook-ups and picnic tables, and the premium sites also have a concrete patio area. Other amenities include a pool and a clubhouse, and if you want to take an airboat tour of the everglades, the Billie Swamp Safari is only three miles away. Browse our best places to visit in Florida guide for more ideas.

34950 Halls Rd, Clewiston, FL 33440, Phone: 863-983-1330

3. Blueberry Hill RV Resort

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One of the friendliest RV campgrounds in all of Florida, the Blueberry Hill RV Resort welcomes RVs of all sizes, people of all ages, and their guests' well-behaved pets. There are plenty of amenities to keep guests entertained, including a heated pool, a games rooms, and a pickleball court, and there's even a dog park for your furry friend to run around in. The RV sites are paved and have full hookups, and both short- and long-term stays are welcome. With enough notice, the campground can also usually make space for large groups and RV rallies. Read about the best Florida weekend getaways for a relaxing vacation.

6233 Lowery St, Bushnell, FL 33513, Phone: 352-793-4112

4. Breezy Oaks RV Park, Florida

Breezy Oaks RV Park, Florida
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Surrounded by the peaceful Withlacoochee State Forest, Breezy Oaks RV Park is a full-service 55+ RV campground conveniently located just off the I-75. The park-like setting encourages campers to put up their feet and relax, but if you find yourself getting bored, you can take a dip in the swimming pool or join in one of the many social activities arranged by the staff. There's also complimentary Wi-Fi all throughout the park, and if you don't want to bring your own RV, the park even has a handful of comfortably furnished rentals that can accommodate between two and four people. More beaches in Florida

9683 Co Rd 671, Bushnell, FL 33513, Phone: 352-569-0300

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5. Cooksey's RV Park

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Only five miles outside of St. Augustine's downtown core, Cooksey's RV Park is a great place to base yourself while exploring one of the most historic cities in America. The park is open all throughout the year, and it offers RV 50 sites to choose from, all of which have full hookups and either 30- or 50-amp electricity. Other campground amenities include a laundry room, modern restrooms with showers, and communal patio areas. Pets under 40 lbs. are welcome, and discounts are offered for weekly and monthly stays. On-site RV storage services are available as well.

1425 FL-16, St. Augustine, FL 32084, Phone: 904-824-4016

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6. Craig's RV Park, Florida

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Established in 1979 on a former orange grove, Craig's RV Park has been family owned and operated for three generations. The park has more than 300 sites, some of which are occupied by long-term residents, but newcomers are always welcome to come and join the many activities that take place here throughout the year. All sites have full hook-ups and complimentary cable TV, and Wi-Fi is available for an additional fee. Other amenities include a year-round outdoor pool, an air-conditioned games room with both free and paid entertainment options, and a laundry room with washers, dryers, and a clothesline.

7895 NE Cubitis Ave, Arcadia, FL 34266, Phone: 863-494-1820

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7. Dunedin RV Resort

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Nestled in a peaceful grove of trees approximately 20 miles outside Tampa, the Dunedin RV Resort offers 230 sites with full hookups and picnic tables. Guests of all ages are welcome, and there are plenty of family-friendly amenities, including a children's playground, a pickleball court, and games like horseshoes, shuffleboard, and cornhole. The park is also pet friendly, and there's a small dog park available to use. The beautiful Clearwater Beach is only a short drive away from the park, but if you don't feel like making the trip, you can swim in the heated on-site pool.

2920 Palm Harbor Blvd, US-19 ALT, Dunedin, FL 34698, Phone: 727-784-3719

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8. Flamingo Lake RV Resort, Inc.

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The Flamingo Lake RV Resort, Inc. got its start as a modest campground in the late 1880s, but it's now an elaborate RV park with 285 full hookup RV sites, 4 cabins, and 2 yurts. Visitors will find everything they need for a relaxing, enjoyable vacation; you can cool off in the outdoor swimming pool or go for a float on the private 17-acre lake, and if the weather happens to be a bit rainy, you can retreat to the clubhouse to play games and socialize. Another perk is the on-site café, which can deliver breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks right to your campsite.

3640 Newcomb Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218, Phone: 904-766-0672

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9. Grassy Key RV Park & Resort

Grassy Key RV Park & Resort
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Boasting a fantastic location right in the heart of the Florida Keys, the Grassy Key RV Park & Resort is the perfect place for a seaside getaway. Some of the sites are right on the water, and you can enjoy spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico from almost anywhere in the campground, particularly during sunset. Boat dockage and a kayak launch are available for anyone who wants to get out on the water, and guests are also welcome to lounge on the white sandy beach, cool off in the heated saltwater pool, or play beach games on the sand.

58671 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050, Phone: 305-289-1606

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10. Hickory Point RV Park

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Offering both tent sites and RV sites with full hookups, the Hickory Point RV Park can be found on the shore of the Anclote River. Some of the sites are right on the water, but even if you don't have a waterfront site, you can spend as much time as you like relaxing in the shady sitting area by the river. Wi-Fi is available all throughout the property, and there are clean restrooms and laundry facilities. Guests can also visit the nearby town of Tarpon Springs, which is known for its charming boutique shops and its waterfront Greek restaurants. There are many great things to do in Tarpon Springs

1181 Anclote Rd, Tarpon Springs, FL 34689, Phone: 727-937-7357

11. Kelly's Countryside RV Park

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If you're looking for a simpler camping experience than is offered by many of the RV resorts in Florida, Kelly's Countryside RV Park is a wonderful option. You won't find a swimming pool or an activity coordinator here, but the sites are clean and well-kept, and they all have full hookups. Wi-Fi is available as well, but it's more suitable for light web browsing than for streaming movies and TV shows. It only takes half an hour to get to downtown Jacksonville, and if you want to spend the day at the beach, Amelia Island is only 25 miles away. Read about the most beautiful white sand beaches in Florida.

36065 Kelly's Ln, Callahan, FL 32011, Phone: 904-845-4252

12. Kissimmee RV Park

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Formerly known as the Orange Grove Campground & RV Park, the Kissimmee RV Park has more than 190 sites that are open to both RVs and tents. The sites are equipped with concrete patios and picnic tables, and many have full hookups, although the number of sites with 50-amp electricity is limited. Other amenities include a laundry room, restrooms, and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the campground. When it comes to entertainment, there's a heated swimming pool, a recreation hall that often hosts bingo games and other gatherings, and a grassy area where you can play horseshoes and shuffleboard.

2425 Old Vineland Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34746, Phone: 407-396-6655

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13. Pecan Park RV Resort

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Conveniently located near the Jacksonville International Airport, the Pecan Park RV Resort makes a great gathering place for friends and family. They offer on-site RV storage if you want to go on a little trip or even leave your camper here year-round, and they also offer excellent discounts for extended and seasonal stays. The sites are paved and have full hookups, and they can accommodate RVs up to 65 feet long. When not relaxing at their campsites, guests are welcome to fish in the well-stocked pond, go for a swim in the fenced-in pool, and play a game or two of horseshoes.

650 Pecan Park Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32218, Phone: 904-751-6770

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14. Riverside RV Resort

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Tucked away in southwestern Florida, the Riverside RV Resort is a true piece of paradise that will welcome you and your pets for as long as you'd like to stay. Located right on the Peace River, it's perfect for families and nature lovers, and it offers some excellent fishing spots and plenty of opportunities for boating. Some campers choose to swim in the river as well, but if you'd prefer calmer water, the resort has two sparkling pools. Other recreational amenities include a children's playground, an indoor games room, and everything you need to play volleyball, table tennis, horseshoes, and more.

9770 County Rd 769, Arcadia, FL 34269, Phone: 863-993-2111

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15. Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park

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Surrounded by several of Florida's most beautiful state parks, Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park is located on an 80-acre gated property with a fun but relaxing atmosphere. The surrounding area offers the opportunity to snorkel with manatees, go for airboat rides, and enjoy some of the most unique scenery in Florida, but you should plan to spend some time enjoying the park amenities as well. Every RV site has a picnic table, and there's also a children's playground with a jungle gym, a horseshoes pit, and a screened-in swimming pool area with a hot tub.

237 S Rock Crusher Rd, Crystal River, FL 34429, Phone: 352-564-9350

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16. Silver Springs RV Park, Florida

Silver Springs RV Park, Florida
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Named for its location right across the street from Silver Springs State Park, which is home to the first tourist attraction in the state, Silver Springs RV Park is a 55+ RV community that has the perfect combination of Old Florida charm and modern comfort. There are almost 200 sites with full hookups, and campers have access to a games room, a heated outdoor pool, and lawn games. Glass-bottomed boat tours can be arranged across the street, and the RV park staff also rent out clear-bottomed kayaks for guests who want to explore the beautiful Silver Springs on their own.

3151 N. E. 56th Avenue Silver Springs, Florida 34488, Phone: 352-236-3700

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17. Space Coast RV Resort, Florida

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If you're planning to visit the Kennedy Space Center and spend some time exploring Florida's picturesque Space Coast, the family-friendly Space Coast RV Resort is one of the best places you can stay. Its spacious sites are all equipped with full hookups, including 50-amp electricity and complimentary Wi-Fi, and campers have access to clean restrooms and a modern laundry facility. There's also a small swimming pool, a horseshoes pit, and a shuffleboard court. The staff often arrange potluck dinners, movie nights, and other social activities, and if you need supplies, there’s a shopping center only five miles away.

820 Barnes Blvd, Rockledge, FL 32955, Phone: 800-982-4233

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18. Stagecoach RV Park

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Family owned and operated since the 1980s, Stagecoach RV Park offers 80 spacious sites with plenty of room for big rigs and RVs with sliders. Every site has full hookups, cable TV, and complimentary Wi-Fi, and while all sites are grass and gravel, some also have concrete patio areas. On-site amenities include restrooms and a laundry room, and while there isn't a swimming pool or any games to play, the historic attractions of downtown St. Augustine are only seven miles away. There's also an on-site dog park, which is divided into separate areas for large and small dogs.

2711 Co Rd 208, St. Augustine, FL 32092, Phone: 904-824-2319

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19. Sun-N-Fun RV Resort

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Featuring more amenities than almost any other RV park in Florida, the Sun-N-Fun RV Resort is a fantastic destination no matter what the time of year. Kids will love the Olympic size swimming pool, but there are plenty of other kid-friendly amenities as well, including a water slide, a mini golf course, and a large playground. Crafty guests can take advantage of the jewelry making studio and the woodworking shop, while an indoor lap pool and fitness center make it easy to keep your exercise routine. Of course, all sites have full hookups, and complimentary Wi-Fi is available all throughout the property.

7125 Fruitville Rd, Sarasota, FL 34240, Phone: 941-371-2505

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20. Sunshine Travel RV Resort

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The charming city of Vera Beach is one of the best places to enjoy Florida's public beaches, and while you're here, there's no better place to stay than at the Sunshine Travel RV Resort. The park is conveniently located right off the interstate, and plenty of stores, restaurants, and beautiful beaches are only a short drive away, although you'll want to spend some time enjoying the park's swimming pool as well. Pets are welcome, and there's a spacious dog park for your pooch to run around in. Other amenities include a laundry room, restrooms with hot showers, and Wi-Fi.

9455 108th Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32967, Phone: 772-589-7828

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21. Toby's RV Resort

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Toby's RV Resort is only a short drive away from the bustling city of Tampa, but it has a welcoming small-town feel that keeps guests coming back time and time again. Park amenities include a heated swimming pool, a mini golf course, and a well-stocked fishing pond, and if you like to shop, it's easy to get to the outlet malls in Sarasota. There's also a busy activity schedule that all guests are welcome to participate in, with popular options including the evening poker games, the line dancing classes, and the Sunday afternoon ice cream social.

3550 NE, FL-70, Arcadia, FL 34266, Phone: 863-494-1744

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22. Travel World RV Park

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Proudly locally owned and operated, Travel World RV Park is a friendly RV park that welcomes guests 21 and older. All of the 327 sites have full hookups and concrete patios, and they can accommodate RVs as long as 37 feet. Wi-Fi is available, and guests are welcome to enjoy the swimming pool and hot tub, relax in the club house, and play pool and shuffleboard. There's also a full schedule of activities during the busy season between November and April, and a limited activity schedule is offered during the rest of the year as well. More day trips from Fort Lauderdale

12400 US-19, Clearwater, FL 33764, Phone: 727-536-1765

23. Travelers Campground

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Sitting just off the I-75 near the University of Florida, the Travelers Campground is a spacious property with tent sites, RV sites, and well-maintained rental RVs. The park is divided into two different areas, one for short-term stays and another for long-term stays, and all sites have picnic tables and full hookups. Free Wi-Fi is available, and anyone looking for a relaxing stay will enjoy the heated swimming pool. It's also a wonderful place for animal lovers to stay; you can let your dog run around in the dog park, and there's a grassy area that's home to horses, goats, and donkeys.

17701 April Blvd, Alachua, FL 32615, Phone: 386-462-2505

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24. Winter Quarters Pasco RV Resort

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With its two small lakes and its friendly community of long-term residents, Winter Quarters Pasco RV Resort is a peaceful, relaxing place to park your RV. Catch and release fishing is permitted in both lakes, and a sparkling swimming pool and hot tub sit right on the lakeshore. The park staff arrange a busy calendar of social activities for people to enjoy, and other recreational amenities include a horseshoes pit, a pool table, and a shuffleboard court. On the more practical side, there's also a laundry room, a bathhouse with showers, and a small business center.

21632 FL-54, Lutz, FL 33549, Phone: 813-949-6551

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