One of the most touristic states of all, Florida is well known all over the globe for its world class family attractions, theme parks, beaches, and more. The state, which is the 22nd largest by area and home to the 3rd highest state population, is mostly situated on a large peninsula that separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Gulf of Mexico. It has borders with Alabama and Georgia and is home to over 21.2 million people.


1.Overview

Overview
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Nicknamed the Sunshine State, Florida enjoys more sunshine and warmer temperatures on average than any other contiguous state of America and is well-known as a popular vacation and retirement location. The state has one of the strongest economies of all, strongly powered by tourism due to the presence of locations like the Walt Disney World Resort and the Universal Studios Orlando theme parks.

Many people also visit Florida to enjoy the state's warm weather and white sand beaches like Clearwater, or to visit big city locations like Miami and Orlando. Down in the southern part of the state, the Florida Keys and Everglades National Park also offer even more reasons to visit the Sunshine State, while the Florida Panhandle to the north is also home to various major cities and key locations.

Overall, Florida has a huge amount to offer to any visitor and has consistently proven to be one of the best locations to visit in the entire United States. Due to its warm weather and sunny conditions, it's an especially good place for RV and camping trips, with lots of great RV parks and campgrounds to be found all around the state.

No matter whether you're visiting the theme parks, spending some time on the beach, or looking to enjoy some outdoor recreation or city nightlife, Florida has a whole host of awesome RV parks for you to choose from. Read on to learn about some of the very best RV parks in Florida, complete with contact information and detailed overviews of each location.

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2.Orlando RV Resort

Orlando RV Resort
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One of the primary reasons many people visit the Sunshine State is to enjoy the rides, shows, and magical experiences of the Walt Disney World Resort, and if that's why you're heading to Florida, check out the Orlando RV Resort. By far one of the best RV parks in Orlando, FL, this park is conveniently located in Clermont, only a short drive away from the theme parks and other touristic sites of the Orlando area like Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. So if you want one of the best family RV parks in all of Florida for all the main attractions, choose Orlando RV Resort.

Part of the Encore RV Resorts chain, Orlando RV Resort is fitted out with more than 800 individual RV sites, so it never runs the risk of being fully booked. The park covers over 250 acres of land, offering lots of space for everyone to enjoy, and you really feel like you've arrived at a proper resort, rather than a basic RV park here. The park features a 60 acre lake with private beaches, along with many other amenities like an on-site store selling many essential items, a swimming pool, a gym with fitness equipment, a restaurant, a laundry area, clean toilets, hot showers, horseshoe pits, a business center, boat rental services, a games room, lots of sport courts, RV storage, a mini golf course, a play area for kids, a hot tub, bike traisl, and so much more.

2110 Thousand Trails Blvd, Clermont, FL 34714, Phone: 352-394-5531

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3.Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort

Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort
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Looking for one of the best RV parks in Florida on the Atlantic Coast side of the state? If so, Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort is the one for you. Having received hundreds of 5-star reviews from past guests and encouraged countless people to head back for repeat visits, this is a reliable, high quality RV park that can make your Sunshine State vacation more memorable and magical than ever before. Located just south of Jacksonville, one of the main things that stands out about this RV park is that it is literally right there on the beach.

At Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort, all you have to do is step out of your RV and walk just a few paces to relax on the soft sands of Florida and admire the warm waters and crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Offering free Wi-Fi, cable TV channels, pet-friendly facilities, cabin rentals, a convenience store selling gifts and groceries, two laundry area, four private beach walkways, three separate bathhouses with toilets and showers, and so much more, this Florida RV park stands out as one of the very best in the state.

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

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4.Red Coconut RV Park

Red Coconut RV Park
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If you know any RV enthusiasts who spend a lot of time in the Sunshine State, ask them for some of their favorite parks, and there'll be a very good chance of them mentioning Red Coconut RV Park. Located on the Gulf Coast in Fort Myers Beach, this breathtaking RV park is in a prime spot for anyone interested in enjoying some of the best beaches and wilderness areas in the state. The shell-lined sands of Sanibel Island are just a short trip away, with the amazing diving spots of Cape Coral and the pretty city of Naples right nearby too.

Red Coconut RV Park is one of the only beachfront RV parks in all of Florida, letting you step right out of your RV and walk directly onto the soft, silky sands of the coast. You'll feel like you've got your own little slice of paradise here, with the park enjoying 450 feet of beach. It features 60 RV sites in total, with full hook-ups, cable TV, wireless internet, private picnic tables, and full access to the on-site laundry facilities and bathhouses for every guest. If you do choose to spend some time at this incredible Florida RV park, be sure to take some time to watch the sun go down on the horizon each evening.

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

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3 Best RV Parks in Florida