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Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park

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From history to nature and outdoor recreation, Bulow Plantation Historic State Park offers something for everyone, making it an ideal Florida travel destination. Located in Flagler Beach of East Florida, this state park is home to the ruins of an antebellum plantation and sugar mill which are now listed as a National Historic Site. RV camping Read More

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Tomoka State Park

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This little gem of a state park is located at the confluence of the Tomoka and Halifax rivers on the eastern coast of North-Central Florida three miles north of Ormond Beach between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach. It offers a mixture of historical and natural attractions with numerous activities for visitors, from interpretive sites and Read More

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Wekiwa Springs State Park

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Wekiwa Springs State Park is a 7,000- acre piece of paradise that is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Orlando, Florida. This hidden gem is perfect for RV travel if you want to be removed from routine tourist spots. Why contend with the hustle and bustle of a theme park, or other tourist Read More

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Alafia River State Park

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While most of central Florida seems to share the same flat landscape, the Alafia River State Park stands out. With some of the most extreme elevation changes in the state of Florida, this reclaimed phosphate mine offers a variety of opportunities for you to enjoy during your visit. The park is so much more than Read More

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Turtle Beach Campground

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Turtle Beach Campground is a special place located in Sarasota County, FL on the Siesta Key. This campground is one of the only campgrounds that has direct access to a beach, Siesta Beach. This beach has been rated by Trip Advisor as a No. 1 on the Gulf Coast. There is also access to Siesta Read More

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Cayo Costa State Park

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Explore endless expanses of white-sand beaches at Cayo Costa State Park. Here, turquoise seas lap softly at sand dunes, creating opportunities for hiking, swimming, and boating. The best part? The park is only accessible by boat, so it’s an oasis of peace and calm. RV Camping Near the State Park There are campsites at the Read More

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Grayton Beach State Park

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There is always something different about each state park, which, for avid RVers, is part of the draw of camping at state parks. Frankly, in comparison to commercial RV camps, state parks offer a higher level of quality camping. State parks, for instance, are typically much more expansive and secluded, with beautiful regions of lush, Read More

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Jonathan Dickinson State Park

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When you are looking for a fantastic state park in the southeast of Florida that welcomes RVers, look no farther than the largest State Park in the Sunshine State. This is Jonathon Dickinson State Park. The impressive park is made up of 16 individual and distinctive natural communities. Together these comprise the unique park grounds Read More

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Fort Clinch State Park

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Start planning an RV vacation to Florida’s Fort Clinch State Park History and nature lovers alike will love camping at Fort Clinch State Park. The fort was built between 1847-1869. Construction began right after the Second Seminole War, and the fort was named for General Duncan Lamont Clinch, a general in the War of 1812 Read More

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Fort de Soto State Park

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Hitting The Outdoors If you love nature and camping, then you need to try RV Camping at Fort de Soto. This state park features an expansive campground with 238 sites. Built to accommodate both families and youth camps, this area has sites perfect for any camper. The area itself is beautiful and rests on a Read More

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