What To Expect When You Camp In Florida
Learn what to expect when you camp in Florida — from weather to road conditions to what might "bug" you once you set up camp.
10 Really Different Florida Camping Experiences
If you're looking for a camping experience in Florida that is really different, look no further than these suggestions by About.com's Florida Travel Guide, Dawn Henthorn.
Explore unique destinations and the latest equipment with About.com's Camping Guide, David Sweet, as he provides virtually unlimited camping information and resources.
Camping in Florida
Florida offers a variety of camping opportunities from coast to coast.
Camping in Florida's State Parks
Florida's state parks offer a variety of camping opportunities — primitive camping, tent camping, RV camping and rental cabins — for the most reasonable camping fees in the state.
Camping Along Florida's I-95
If you're traveling from the northeastern portion of the U.S. to Florida, you many drive Florida's I-95. It follows Florida's eastern coast from Jacksonville through Miami to Coral Gables and parallels the coastal highway U.S. 1 most of the way.
Camping Along Florida's I-75
If you're traveling with your RV or camper along Florida's I-75 that stretches north and south the length of the state from the Georgia-Florida state line to Naples and then cuts east to Fort Lauderdale, try any of these campgrounds for an overnight stay. Some are great locations for extended stay getaways or vacations.
Camping Along Florida's I-10
If you're traveling with your RV or camper along Florida's I-10 that stretches between Jacksonville and Pensacola, try any of these campgrounds for an overnight stay. Some are great locations for extended stay getaways or vacations.
Camping Along Florida's I-4
If you're traveling with your RV or camper along Florida's I-4 that stretches between Daytona Beach and Tampa, try any of these campgrounds for an overnight stay. Some are great locations for extended stay getaways or vacations.
Florida Keys Camping
Kickback in the Florida Keys with great camping opportunities.
The Airstream/KOA Camping Experience
If you're up for an adventure and don't mind immersing yourself in campground culture, the KOA/Airstream experience is a novel way to experience the Florida Keys.
Fort DeSoto Park Campground
Fort DeSoto Park Campground features 238 sites, many of them waterfront. The campground's modern facilities, well-appointed campsites and reasonable fees make it a great place for a vacation or getaway.
Our First Camping Experience
It is amazing that we have camped off and on for years, because our first vacation was a camping trip that could have been our last. It was a complete disaster!
Surviving Summer Camping in Florida
Florida's heat, humidity, thunderstorms and bugs can wreck havoc on a summer camping vacation, but About.com's Camping Guide, David Sweet, offers some useful answers to the questions that Dawn Henthorn, Florida Travel Guide posed on the subject.
RV Rentals 101
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