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Baker Acres Rv Ranch
7820 Wire Rd  Zephyrhills, Florida
813-7823950
1 CampedThere Reviews

Big Tree Rv Park
2626 NE Highway 70  Arcadia, Florida
863-4947247
8 CampedThere Reviews

Blue Jay Carefree RV Resort
38511 Wilds Road  Dade City, Florida
352-567-9678
0 CampedThere Reviews

Carrabelle Beach RV Resort
1843 Highway 98 W  Carrabelle, Florida
850-6972638
1 CampedThere Reviews

Just an hour from Tallahassee, Carrabelle Beach is just a bird call away from Apalachicola National Forest and Tate's Hell State Forest, just a dolphin flip across Apalachicola Bay from St. Vincent Island,and just a strike away from all the game fish in the Gulf.

Chattahoochee / Tallahassee West KOA
2309 Flat Creek Road  Chattahoochee, Florida
800-5622153
6 CampedThere Reviews

Check out our specials!

New Owners! Did we say quiet? You'll never realize you're just one convenient mile from the interstate when you pull into this secluded and soothing campground, shaded under a canopy of oak, pine and magnolia trees. It's the perfect overnight stop for families headed to Orlando-area attractions like Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld (about five hours southeast) or snowbirds seeking respite along balmy Florida beaches. You'll find plenty to do in the Panhandle. Take a float trip down the Chipola River, lazing in a canoe for 3 miles or three days. Curl your toes in the region's famous sugar-sand shoreline. Explore Florida Caverns and other state parks laced with hiking trails. Or settle in with a novel from the campground store's book exchange. You're on vacation!

Citrus Hill RV Park & Sales
9267 US Highway 98  Dade City, Florida
352-5676045
1 CampedThere Reviews

Clerbrook Golf and RV Resort
20005 US Hwy 27N  Clermont, Florida
352-394-5513
2 CampedThere Reviews

Clewiston / Lake Okeechobee KOA
194 County Road 720  Clewiston, Florida
800-5622174
1 CampedThere Reviews

Clewiston/Lake Okeechobee KOA is a great home base while you explore the best of Florida. With wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, skydiving, and an 18-hole golf course just minutes away, there is something for everyone.

Lake Okeechobee is the second largest freshwater fishing destination in the United States, full of largemouth bass, bluegill, catfish and black crappie. At over 730 square miles, it's a sportsman's paradise. If fishing isn't for you, try hiking or biking on the 110-mile bike path or take a scenic airboat tour. You can catch a glimpse of our alligators and manatees. Bird watchers will delight in seeing pelicans, shore birds, songbirds, waterfowl, and birds of prey - including the American bald eagle and osprey.

During the winter months, join us for potluck dinners, bingo, or take a dip in our heated pool.

Centrally located between the east and west coast, Clewiston/Lake Okeechobee KOA is the place to be year round.

Country Squire Carefree RV Resort
6 Country Squire Road  Paisley, Florida
352-771-5614
3 CampedThere Reviews

Daytona / Speedway KOA
3003 West International Speedway Blvd.  Daytona Beach, Florida
800-5625412
6 CampedThere Reviews

We're the perfect base camp for the rest of central Florida, too! You're just an hour away from Orlando. Walt Disney World (with MGM Studios) and Universal Studios are a little more than an hour's drive away, as is the Kennedy Space Center. Our KOA can be your base camp for Speed Week in February, Bike Week and the Daytona Spring Car Show in March, the July NASCAR race, Biketoberfest in October and the Turkey Rod Run in November. Just minutes away, you'll find world-class sport fishing and a casino cruise ship. And it's only seconds to the world's largest flea market.

Daytona Beach KOA
3520 South Nova Road  Port Orange, Florida
800-5625856
6 CampedThere Reviews

Open all year

This KOA is right in the middle of everything you want to do in Florida. It's just 10 minutes from the Daytona Speedway and Daytona Beach, known as the "World's Most Famous Beach." Orlando, Walt Disney World (with MGM Studios) and Universal Studios are a little more than an hour's drive away, as is the Kennedy Space Center. The Daytona Beach KOA can be your base camp for Speed Week in February, Bike Week and the Daytona Spring Turkey Run Car Show in March, the July NASCAR race, Biketoberfest in October and the Turkey Rod Run in November. You'll also find world-class sport fishing just 30 minutes away. And it's only 10 minutes to the world's largest flea market. The campground has plenty of room with 350 sites, as well as a large recreation hall for group events, a great pool, a playground and RV storage.

Daytona Beach RV Resort
4601 S Clyde Morris Blvd  Port Orange, Florida
386-7612663
1 CampedThere Reviews

Dunedin RV Resort
2920 Alternate 19 North  Dunedin, Florida
727-7843719
17 CampedThere Reviews

Nestled in a tree grove just two miles from the nearest beach and only 10 minutes from the famous Clearwater Beaches, Dunedin RV resort is perfectly situated for vacationing on the Gulf of Mexico. Located in the vibrant coastal community of Dunedin, we’re just across the street from the 46-mile Pinellas Trail, our resort is a great place to stay for a back-to-nature getaway.

Dunedin itself has a comfortable small-town feel, however big city action and attractions can be found under 30 miles away in both St. Petersburg and Tampa. Take in a Buccaneers game and a museum in Tampa or explore St. Petersburg’s famous Pier or Sunken Gardens.

Ellenton Gardens Carefree Resort
7310 US Hwy 301 N  Ellenton, Florida
941-722-0341
2 CampedThere Reviews

Fort Myers / Pine Island KOA
5120 Stringfellow Road  St. James City, Florida
800-5628505
18 CampedThere Reviews

This tropical KOA has all the comforts of home-and more- including a fantastic location on Pine Island, the "Tarpon Capital of the World." Enjoy lakeside sites, two clubhouses, a large heated pool, a spacious hot tub, a lighted tennis court and other resort amenities. Meander along the island's bicycle path, which weaves among mango groves and farms. Collect seashells or fish the crystal clear waters off the Gulf Coast. Tour the scenic waterways of this historic area, once peppered with working fishing villages. For a taste of Fort Myers' elegant past, visit the winter estates of Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. Taste the bountiful area seafood too.

Fort Pierce / Port St. Lucie KOA
1821 N. US Hwy 1  Fort Pierce, Florida
800-5629386
6 CampedThere Reviews

Seaside breezes welcome you to this cozy and pet-friendly KOA. Conveniently located near the inlet on the Treasure Coast of Florida and in the historic port city of Fort Pierce, this 33-site campground is delightful and inviting. This is St. Lucie's camping at its best. We're adjacent to the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean. Across the road, two causeways link you with nearby beaches on North and South Hutchinson islands, perfect for swimming, sunbathing and collecting seashells. A free beach shuttle is here to take you to the fun!
The downtown Fort Pierce area is only one mile south, where you can enjoy the year-round Greenmarket, sightseeing, unique shops and fun restaurants. Anglers and boaters can launch from a nearby public boat ramp for some world-class fishing and diving. If golf is your passion, practice your drive and putting at two neighboring courses. Next door, you'll find a supermarket, pharmacy, restaurants and shopping. Enjoy waterfront dining at the marina across the street.

Frog Creek RV Resort-Palmetto
8515 Bayshore Rd  Palmetto, Florida
800-7713764
2 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to Frog Creek Campground & RV Park, a tranquil wonderland of natural beauty where nearly all campsites lay under a canopy of majestic live oaks. Spanish moss hangs from graceful branches as picturesque Frog Creek meanders by. The setting is truly beautiful, rustic and restful.Join us for a night if you are just passing through, for a week of family fun, or for the winter season to escape chilly northern temperatures. In the summer, shady Frog Creek is cool – literally - and a favorite getaway for locals. At all times you will be WELCOME.

Glen Haven RV & Mobile Home
37251 Chancey Rd  Zephyrhills, Florida
813-7821856
3 CampedThere Reviews

Grove Ridge Estates Rv Resort
10721 US Highway 98  Dade City, Florida
352-5232277
1 CampedThere Reviews

Homosassa River RV Resort
10200 Fishbowl Dr.  Homosassa Springs, Florida
352-6282928
12 CampedThere Reviews

Treat your family to the best of Florida’s natural beauty with a stay at the Homosassa River RV Resort. Tucked alongside the Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park, our guests are just steps away from natural hiking trails where they can observe bobcats, cougars, flamingos, deer, otters, bears herons, manatees and more in their natural setting. Bring your binoculars for spectacular bird-watching and your boat for spectacular fishing or snorkeling for scallops on the Homosassa River. Anglers can also reserve riverside sites along Turtle creek to enjoy fishing for largemouth bass and bluegill that they can prep for their grill at our cleaning station.

To provide you all the comforts of home, our 222 sites have full hookups and access to Direct TV satellite services. For guests who need a little extra room, we allow guests to rent additional sites for tent camping. Our grounds also feature plenty of on-site conveniences such as a small store selling snacks and a commercial Laundromat with a wash/dry/fold service. As a rally-friendly resort, we maintain a sizeable clubhouse with a partial kitchen, a band area and plenty of space for events.
Aside from the outdoor amusements provided by mother nature, our grounds feature a number of amenities to keep guests entertained. Guests can spend the days playing billiards, shuffleboard or horseshoes, then take a dip in our heat  swimming pool. Our full activity schedule encourages guests become friends as they join in bingo, card games, karaoke nights, pickin’ and grinnin’ jam sessions, luaus, sock hops, movie nights and so much more.

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Orlando - Kissimmee - Sanford

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