Florida RV Parks on the Beach [8 Fantastic Getaways]

As the southernmost state in the USA, Florida is home to the longest shoreline in the contiguous United States. Some of the best beachfront RV parks are in Florida. Here’s a list of a few of the campgrounds on the beach in Florida.

Santa Rosa RV Resort, Navarre

Nearby the Santa Rosa Island, and with beachfront locations beside the Santa Rosa Sound, the Santa Rosa RV Resort goes all out on the comfortable customer experience. Their full hookup positions are equipped concrete pads to keep the RV level, and heated waterfront pools and a 300-foot-long fishing pier are available for the customer’s use.

New additions to the park include an outdoor gathering zone with a fire pit, with an area of 3,000-square feet, a dog park, and advanced Wi-Fi. Also available are kayaks and paddle boards for interested in water sports.

Sugar Sand Beach Resort, Matlacha

The Sugar Sand Beach Resort may not have a large number of RV lots, but the stunning beachfront view and lavish amenities more than makeup for this. The 11 back-in sites are the only lots available, but they all are capable of handling the big RVs full hookups, and the sites provide Wi-Fi as well.  Kayaks can be rented if they are available and laundromats in coinless facilities can help clean clothes easily.

Hammocks, a community fire pit (wood included) and picnic tables are available for those looking for an outdoor experience.  Some of the best shops and restaurants in Matlacha are located in the vicinity of the resort.

Carrabelle Beach RV Resort, Carrabelle

On Florida’s Forgotten Coast, just opposite the road from Carrabelle Beach, you will find this beach and RV resort.  Carrabelle Resort has lofts with beachside views, cottages, cabins, and full hookup RV sites with leveling concrete pads.  A pool, playground, pet area, Wi-Fi, showers, and a rec room are also available for customers.

For those looking to see the sights, the historic Crooked River Lighthouse is very close to the resort. Tourists can explore the landmark or make their way to the Keeper’s House Museum and Gift Shop.  The St. George Island is also nearby with restaurants, shops, and trails for biking and jogging.

St. Joseph Peninsula State Park

If your budget is tight, the St, Joseph Peninsula Memorial Park, located on a small land strip separating the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay, might be your ticket.

The 119 campsites provide water, electricity, picnic tables, and grills and easy access to the renowned snow-white sandy beaches.  A tent area, a bathhouse with showers, and seven fully appointed cabins are available on the campground. The hiking trails or activities like fishing and kayaking will satisfy the more active customers.

Camp Gulf, Destin

Camp Gulf, located on Florida’s Panhandle, features 200 sites beside a white sandy beach.  Beachfront and shaded areas, luxurious cabins, and a beach house capable of housing fifteen people are also available in Camp Gulf.

The prices may not be for everyone, but you truly get your money’s worth in terms of the incredible views and luxurious amenities.  Their Beachfront Sites were designed to handle big rig hookups, the Beach Sites come with picnic tables, concrete patios, and full RV hookups, and their Shaded Upper RV Sites provide easy pool and laundromat access.  The North Upper RV Sites, closest to the resort entrance, are very close to the beach.

For the completely relaxed and stress-free getaway, there are two solar-heated pools and a full-service spa. Their recently updated Wi-Fi and cable TV are also available.

Pensacola Beach RV Resort

Located on the 40-mile Gulf Coast barrier island of Santa Rosa, the Pensacola Beach RV Resort comes with beachfront sites with breathtaking views, spacious full RV hookup sites with leveling concrete pads and picnic tables for outdoor meals, surely, it’s one of the best Beachfront RV Parks in Florida. Also available in the RV resort are laundry facilities that run every hour of every day, free Wi-Fi, and a pool with daily access for customers.

Dining establishments abound in the vicinity of the resort, from a breakfast cafe to a chowder house and everything else in between.  For a shopping trip, the adjacent Pensacola Beach Boardwalk features many different shops. The Pensacola Beach Pier, which pushes out into the Gulf of Mexico, is also a few minutes stroll away.

Little Talbot State Park, Jacksonville

Little Talbot State Park, the companion to Big Talbot State Park, is located in northeast Florida. Little Talbot Park is further south than Big Talbot and comes with a campground.

Tent and RV sites can be found beside the eastern Myrtle Creek salt marshes with a view of the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The beach is a short walk across the A1A highway, and you’ll also find the park’s front gate and check-in location.

Wildlife abounds in the vicinity so be sure to watch out for river otters, marsh rabbits, bobcats, various native and migratory birds, etc. Hike the trails, go kayaking, try surfing, and go fishing in the surrounding surf and tidal streams for bluefish, striped bass and more in the daylight. The beachside pavilions can be reserved for picnics in advance if visitors are willing to pay an extra fee.

The narrow roads and low-hanging branches mean this park isn’t suitable for bigger RVs, but the nice shades and level lots make this park worth it.

Beverly Beach RV Camptown RV Resort, Flagler Beach

This resort will cost you a pretty penny, but the total experience is definitely worth it. The Beverly Beach Camptown provides an incredible view with sites adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean.  The resort covers 1,500 feet of the Flagler Beach shoreline. The resort is also very close to luring locations like Disney World. Daytona Beach is a forty-minute drive to the south and the oldest city in the nation, St. Augustine is a less than an hour’s drive to the north.

Full RV hookups with generous spacing also come with a picnic table for each spot.  Four beach walkways, two laundromats with TV sets, and full-service bathrooms are also available in the resort.

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Ray Roman

Ray Roman is the main contributor to this site and an avid researcher of travel trailers and the RV industry in general. He loves flyfishing, vacationing in Red River, NM and spending time with family and friends.

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