What a great way to live right? On the move with a different window view all the time and in Florida there are so many different kinds of view out that window. There are beach views, forest views, lake views, river views, city views, and even theme park views.
This section is dedicated to everything Florida RVing in state parks and all those spectacular views that Florida State Parks have to offer. Any and every bit of information we gather that might be helpful to the Florida RV traveler will go into this section of our site. And please if there is something you don’t see here that you need to know please contact us and we will certainly try to get the information you seek and get back to you just as soon as possible. Happy RVing!!!
Florida State Parks
State parks often provide the best scenic views and opportunities for outdoor activities are usually within a short walk or bike ride from your campsite. Many of the State Parks are near bodies of water and provide kayak or canoe rentals for your convenience and some have bicycle rentals as well. They are sometimes too, the best value. Here are some details on the State Park campgrounds we have visited with links to our post on the State Park itself. Florida state park campsites book up way in advance so keep that in mind when planning your travels. Book reservations early.
We will be adding to this list often as we make our way around the state, so check back often.
North East Florida
Anastasia State Park – Saint Augustine
Wooded campsites within short walk to Atlantic Ocean. Minutes from a ton of attractions in historic Saint Augustine. Suitable for RV and tents. Water Electric hookups with hot showers, laundry facility and playground nearby. Dump station provided at entrance to campground.
Sebastian Inlet State Park– Melbourne Beach
Book space at Sebastian Inlet state park way in advance as this is a very scenic and popular park. Located between the Intercoastal water way and the Atlantic Ocean this state park is a fantastic fishing destination.
A theme park for the nature lover!! About 30 minutes from Walt Disney World, this 4500-acre state park offers all the outdoor activities and is perfect for campers who would like to include a Disney visit with their outdoor adventure. Click heading to read write up and watch a video on our visit there.
Johnathan Dickinson State Park – Hobe Sound/Jupiter
Definitely a state park with a ton of outdoor activities available. Great programs for families with young children. Suitable for all size RV’s with full amenities. Two campsites available in huge park. Only downside for me was the openness of the campsite in the front area of the park, meaning not real wooded or shady. The back campsite by the river had more shade trees. However, with all the activities available at this park, the pro’s outweigh the one con, in my opinion.
Suwannee River State Park Live Oak
Sites with all hookups, water, electric and sewer with shower facilities nearby. On the scenic Suwannee River. Rural area of the state and very quiet.
Rv and tent campsites with primitive campsites also available. Water and electric available at all RV sites and dump station provided. Each site has fire ring and picnic table and each loop of sites has laundry facilities and hot showers. camp store, cafe’ and pool nearby. Very scenic.
The park has three campgrounds and each site is equipped with 50 amp electrical service, water, a fire ring, and picnic table. The sites in Palmetto Ridge also have sewer hookups. A dump station is located near Old Prairie Campground and laundry facilities are available to all campers in Old Prairie and Palmetto Ridge Campgrounds. All campsite areas have restroom facilities with hot showers nearby. As with all Florida State Parks, it is a good idea to reserve you campsite way in advance as they book up quickly. Myakka River State Park Reservations
Oscar Scherer State Park
Two Campgrounds, and within the two parks there are approximately 35 miles of interconnecting trails. A dense forest setting, with an abundance of wildlife, history and interesting geology.
22,000 Acres of wilderness with free-roaming horses and Bison. Electric and water hookups, picnic facilities, restrooms, a lake with boat ramp, playground, fishing, and hiking. Convenient to attractions in Gainesville.
159 campsites in this 9000 plus acre State Park. Most campsites are equipped with electric and water. No sewer, however, dump station is provided. Camp Store, hot showers, restrooms, and recreation hall. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash.