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Washington Oaks Gardens State Park

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Florida’s state parks are wonderful, well-maintained outdoor paradises to relax and revel in nature. Entrance fees are low, and many offer RV camping within the park or nearby. One of the most unique and enjoyable state parks is Washington Oaks Gardens State Park located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River. With an eastern Read More

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St Andrews State Park

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In 1929, a hurricane washed up Theodore Tollofson’s boat onto the pristine white sands of a beach on the Gulf of Mexico. He had never seen such a beautiful place. ‘Teddy, the Hermit’ never left. He turned his boat into his home and lived on the beach for twenty-five years. This tropical paradise is now Read More

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Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

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Florida has always been a land of adventure, and it’s an excellent state for new and seasoned RV campers alike to explore. Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park isn’t as heavily trafficked as some of its neighbors, and it offers splendid beaches without the over-development along the shores of Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. It’s a Read More

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Caladesi Island State Park

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Would you like to have the unique adventure of exploring the Caladesi Island State Park located on an unspoiled paradise of an island that is accessible only by a 20-minute ferry trip from Honeymoon Island? That Caladesi Island is located in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida’s Gulf Coast across St. Joseph Sound west of Read More

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Honeymoon Island State Park

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Looking for a place to get away from it all? There is a gorgeous barrier island only a short drive from Clearwater or Tampa that is the perfect spot. The white sand beaches and diverse trails of Honeymoon Island State Park will have you saying ‘ahhhh’ in no time! About the Park The island itself Read More

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Rainbow Springs State Park

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Legend has it that the clear, cool waters of Rainbow Springs State Park have healing abilities. People have come to dip into the cleansing springs for centuries. Even if you doubt the healing, you will still be the beneficiary of mind-clearing, anxiety-banishing crisp waters that remind you that the simple pleasures of life are best. Read More

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De Leon Springs State Park

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Originally referred to as the land of the “Healing Waters” by the native Timucuan Indians, De Leon Springs State Park in Central Florida is filled with plenty of recreational activities for families wanting to enjoy the natural beauty of Florida. There are many RV camping sites located nearby. The area has been visited by a Read More

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Blue Spring State Park

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Open year-round, Blue Spring State Park is nestled within 2,643 acres set alongside the St. Johns River in Volusia County just outside Orange City, Florida. In addition to the constant 72-degree waters, 21 natural communities, and two lagoons–as well as a first-magnitude spring–what truly makes this park extra special are the Florida manatees. This endangered Read More

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Big Lagoon State Park

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Located on the western end of the Florida panhandle in Pensacola, Big Lagoon State Park offers a beautiful opportunity for RV camping. The state park is named for the body of water that borders it to the south. At this park, you can experience pine forest, salt marsh, and tidal basin environments all in the Read More

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