5 of the Best Florida RV Parks

Your guide to the best RV parks and campgrounds in Florida

Florida sunrise on the water
••• The sunrise is just one reason to visit Florida as an RVer. Roberto Bowyer/Moment/Getty Images

The pleasant weather in Florida has earned it the nickname: The Sunshine State. Florida is one of the most popular destinations for RVers. Florida has some of the best RV parks in the country to accommodate all the sunshine seekers. Whether you’re traveling with the whole family, you’re a snowbirder heading south for winter, or just want a spring break experience unlike any other, Florida, has something for everyone.

Here are five of the best Florida RV parks, campgrounds, and sites to check out on your next trip down south. 

5 of the Best RV Parks in Florida

Jetty Park: Cape Canaveral

Pull up your RV in the same place that men launched from to walk on the moon. The launches are still going on today with both NASA and the US Air Force periodically launching vehicles into space and you’ll have prime viewing from Jetty Park. Make sure to book ahead of time if you know a launch is imminent and don’t be surprised if the launch is delayed. Either way, you’ll have an unforgettable stay at Jetty Park.

There are more than just rockets launching, as it not uncommon to spot cruise ships, submarines, and a host of different marine life along the Atlantic coast. You get all your creature comforts as well with full amenities, large pavilions, fire pits, and 24-hour gated security.

Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort: Cortez

If staying active while full-time RVing is important to you, then Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort is your destination.

This gorgeous resort is nestled into the sleepy town of Cortez, Florida on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Cortez offers a variety of activities that is sure to tug at the heart of any adventurer looking to do more than just sitting on the shore after pulling up.

Take advantage of all the warm weather the gulf has to offer at Buttonwood with kayaking, fresh and saltwater fishing, or just take in the views with a nice stroll.

If you’re feeling lazy, the resort has horseshoes, picnic area, and even a library in the clubhouse. Buttonwood has all the amenities you will need like Wi-Fi, digital TV, full hookups, and will accommodate up to three of your four-legged friends. 

Camp Gulf: Destin 

You’ve heard of beachside RV parks, but Camp Gulf, in scenic Destin is on the beach. Open up your front door every morning to sugar sand beaches and emerald waters of the gulf coast. Destin is a paradise for those looking to kick back, relax, have a cocktail, and read a good book with their toes in the sand.

Relax all day on the beach or venture into Destin for some fabulous shopping and delicious seafood. Camp Gulf is outfitted with all the amenities you will need, plus two heated pools, a spa, golf cart rental, and even soft serve ice cream.

Nature’s Resort RV Park: Homosassa

Come play with the manatees at Nature's Resort RV Park located in historic Homosassa Florida. You are surrounded by 97 acres of freshwater streams, rivers, wildlife sanctuaries, and yes, you can even swim with the Homosassa manatees. Follow the Halls River where you can charter a boat for world class offshore, and deep-sea fishing. 

On site amenities include, food, 30 and 50 amp hookups, laundry, clean showers, basketball, and volleyball courts.

For those staying for an extended period Nature’s Resort has bingo, dances, and potlucks so you can meet your fellow campers.

Orlando/Kissimmee KOA: Kissimmee 

Talk about location. There are several KOA campsites all across Florida, but this one gets the nod due to its unique location. The Orlando/Kissimmee KOA is in the heart of central Florida, a hot spot for several attractions. You are right next to Disney World, Universal Studios, Legoland, and Sea World.

The park itself has many of the amenities that you would expect from a KOA, such as full hookups, 24-hour laundry, Wi-Fi, sauna, and even a private pool open year round. This KOA is a great stop on the way to Disney, through Florida, and if you want a more affordable RV park to stay out in the area.

If you’re looking for an exciting, adventurous RV destination when the weather gets cold or any time of the year, Florida has some of the best RV parks in the country.