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Little Talbot Island State Park

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Florida’s Little Talbot Island State Park is located 17 miles northeast of Jacksonville on the Atlantic Coast, less than an hour south of the Georgia border. The park offers both tent and RV camping. Campsites are nestled in mature, moss-draped shade trees. All 36 campsites offer water, electricity, picnic tables and grills. The maximum allowable Read More

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Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park

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Destin is not just known as one of the nicest locations in Florida, it is known as one of the nicest places in the world. The turquoise water is what makes it most appealing to the average person, but people who like to fish also know that Destin has the largest underwater population in the Read More

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Long Key State Park

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Get immersed in the natural beauty of the Florida Keys at Long Key State Park. The park features tent or RV camping among a series of lagoons and trails and excellent hiking, beachcombing, boating, snorkeling, and other outdoor tropical fun. A former luxury resort for the elite, the park is open to the public for Read More

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RVing the Florida Keys

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The Florida Keys are a series of tropical islands that stretch off the southern tip of Florida. To visit them, you will drive along the Overseas Highway, which runs from Florida City down to Key West, which is the southernmost point in the continental United States. Key West is a great end point for your Read More

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Curry Hammock State Park

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All About Curry Hammock Curry Hammock State Park is a 1,000-acre reservation of untouched land right in the middle of the Florida Keys. The swamp here is thick, the ecosystem is vibrant, and the scenery is simply breathtaking. The reason that this particular piece of land has been designated as a park is that it Read More

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Lake Louisa State Park

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Florida is an RV enthusiast’s dream. With over 50 RV-friendly state parks, it’s a welcoming place for couples, families, and groups of friends to explore. Although less famous than the coastal parks, Lake Louisa a little gem of an escape just outside Orlando perfect for RV campers. Lake Louisa State Park Part swamp, part hill, Read More

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Exploring the Florida National Scenic Trail

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The Florida National Scenic Trail travels from Pensacola at the west edge of the state south to the Everglades National Park. Along the trail, you’ll find multiple parks and natural features that can only be found in climate that exists in Florida. If you love nature and want to know more about this unique topography, Read More

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Suwannee River Wilderness State Trail

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The Suwannee River Wilderness State Trail is actually a combination of places along the Suwannee River that have formed a partnership. They provide people who are going along the trail with several things such as camping and other facilities. These locations along the river are actually camps, parks, and hubs. River Camps The Suwannee River Read More

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Fort Cooper State Park

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Fort Cooper State Park is one of Florida’s stunning, natural treasures. The park consists of more than 700 acres of trails and wildlife and is part of the Great Florida Birding Trail. What Makes the Park Special The park is a beautiful refuge for unusual plants and endangered species of animals. Five miles of guided Read More

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2021 Jacksonville RV Mega Show Recap

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One of the best perks of working with the Florida RV Trade Association is being able to attend the multi-dealer Jacksonville RV Mega Show every year in February. This year it is Thursday February 11th through Sunday February 14th. It is held at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center which is huge and gives the dealers plenty Read More

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