Top 10 Beachfront RV Parks and Campgrounds in Florida

Check out these amazing RV parks and Campgrounds in Florida located on or next to the beach and have amenities that make exploring Florida a breeze.

The Florida Panhandle has more beachfront than any other state in the contiguous U.S.

From it’s white-sand coastline, cities with massive reputations have risen, including: Miami with it’s incredible art-deco architecture and world renowned live music; Tampa with it’s major sports teams and large amusement parks; and St. 

Augustine with it’s rich history and famous lighthouse. There’s one thing these cities (and really all of Florida’s coast) have in common—year-round beach weather, warm ocean water, and gorgeous beaches. Needless to say, Florida’s coast attracts millions of visitors every year. 

In order to meet their needs, hundreds of RV parks and campsites have sprout up along the coast.

It can be overwhelming and stressful trying to scour the internet for the best ones. Don’t stress. Let us help.

We looked for places with the most basic amenities, as well as, those with fun, unique amenities, the prettiest beaches, and the best locales for things to do nearby.

From these criteria we compiled 10 of the top beachfront RV Parks and campsites in Florida. 

Florida’s Top 5 Beachfront RV Parks

You want to escape the heat, or the miserable cold, of home? Florida offers some of the best RV Parks in the country for those in need of relaxation and fun year-round.

Without further ado, here are our top picks for beachfront RV parks in Florida:

  • Madeira Beach KOA Holiday Resort (Madeira Beach)

  • Red Coconut RV Park (Fort Meyers Beach)

  • Beverly Beach Camp Town RV Resort (Beverly Beach)

  • Carabelle Beach Resort RV Park (Carabelle Beach)

  • Lion Country KOA (West Palm Beach)

1. Madeira Beach KOA Holiday Resort (Madeira Beach)

Madeira Beach KOA Holiday Resort

Basic Amenities:

  • 60′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: Yes
  • Number of RV Sites: 203
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot Tub: Both (And sauna!)
  • Showers/Laundry: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes 
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

This is our top pick for beachfront RV Parks in Florida. What? You wanna know why? Okay, fine! To start, it has the most fun and unique amenities.

In the winter they offer classes for water aerobics, yoga, quilting and painting.

While, in the summer, campers enjoy outdoor movies, themed weekends, and fishing right from the KOA’s private dock.

But wait there’s more! Year-round they offer bike rentals, kayak rentals, volleyball, gaga ball, shuffle board, pickle ball, ice cream socials AND pentanque. 

If you somehow manage to get bored at the KOA you can relax on Madeira Beach’s sugar-white sands.

Or visit one of the many nearby attractions, including: The Salvador Dali Museum, John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk, The Sunken Gardens, and more!

Rates: Daily Rate – $118+

Location: 5400 95th St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33708

How to make a reservation?

Call 800-562-7714; or reserve online – HERE

2. Red Coconut RV Park (Fort Meyers Beach)

Red Coconut RV Park

Basic Amenities:

  • 52′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 60
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot Tub: Neither
  • Showers/Laundry: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes 
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes

Why We Love It?

What’s there not to love about Red Coconut RV Park?! dates back to an era nearly as old as the RV itself.

Established in 1930 this resort has provided RV-ers with 450 feet of private white sand beaches for decades.

The surrounding area features unique events like the Loggerhead Sea Turtle hatching season and the Fort Meyers Sandcastle Building Competition.

If you’re more of an active person you can enjoy the year-round beach weather by participating in nearly every water sport imaginable, from parasailing to jet-skiing to fishing—it’s all within hands reach.

Rates: Check website for seasonal rates. 

Location: 3001 Estero Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931

How to make a reservation?

Call (239) 463-7200, or toll-free at (888) 262-6226

3. Beverly Beach Camp Town RV Resort (Beverly Beach)

Beverly Beach Camp Town

Basic Amenities:

  • 60′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 150+
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot Tub: Neither
  • Showers/Laundry: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes 
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes

Why We Love It?

Smack dab between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine, this beautiful, beachfront RV camp offers a little bit of everything.

Drive 32 miles north and explore the oldest city in the United States, St. Augustine.

You’ll find plenty of culture, shopping, and live music. Or drive 30 miles south to enjoy a race at Daytona’s speedway, or lounge on it’s famous, hard-packed sand beaches. Don’t want to drive?

That’s okay! Take a short walk from your RV, and relax on 1450 feet of white-sand beach just in front of the resort.

Rates: Check website for seasonal rates. 

Location: 2815 N Ocean Shore Blvd #2768, Flagler Beach, FL 32136

How to make a reservation?

Call (386)439-3111, from 9am to 5pm

4. Carabelle Beach Resort RV Park (Carabelle Beach)

Carabelle Beach Resort RV Park

Basic Amenities:

  • 65′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 70+
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot Tub: Pool
  • Showers/Laundry: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes 
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

There’s a reason this stretch of the Panhandle is called ‘Florida’s Forgotten Coast’. It’s a place for those looking to escape the crowd.

Enjoy quiet a stroll along the ocean to the nearby Gulf Beach Park, visit the new WWII museum, or drive to St.

George Island for it’s charming shops and unspoiled natural wonders. It’s a good mix of nature and that ‘small town vibe’.

Rates: Check website for seasonal rates. 

Location: 1843 Hwy 98 W, Carrabelle, FL 32322

How to make a reservation?

Call (850) 697-2638 from 9am to 5pm; or reserve online – HERE

5. Lion Country KOA (West Palm Beach)

West Palm Beach

Basic Amenities:

  • 40′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: Yes
  • Number of RV Sites: 203
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot Tub: Resort Size Pool (Open Year-Round)
  • Showers/Laundry: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes (And Dog Day-Care)
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

Online forums have referred to Florida as ‘The Australia of the United States’ for years now.

And for good reason! In it’s tangled, subtropical jungles you can find alligators, armadillos, possums, pythons, enormous insects, and—lions?! That’s right, this RV Park made the list for it’s unique location next to an outdoor, drive thru Safari.

Wake up to lions roaring and gibbons howling, and then go enjoy the Safari for yourself at a discounted rate, compliments of the KOA.

It also offers tons of in-site activities like a petanque court, shuffle board, basketball, and volleyball. It’s unique doggy day care will make it easy to explore the area without your pet.

Rates: Daily Rate – $99+

Location:2000 Lion Country Safari Rd, Loxahatchee, FL 33470

How to make a reservation?

Call (800)562-9115; or reserve online – HERE

Florida’s Top 5 Beachfront Campsites

Do you enjoy hunkering down in a place with a little more wilderness and a lot more privacy?

Fortunately, Florida’s beaches are chock full of both. Here’s our top picks for beachfront campsites in Florida:

  • St. George Island State Park (St. George Island Beach)
  • Turtle Beach Campground (Turtle Beach)
  • Fort Clinch State Park (Atlantic Beach)
  • Long Key State Park (Long Key Beach)
  • Anastasia State Park (Anastasia Beach)

6. St. George Island State Park (St. George Island Beach)

St. George Island State Park

Basic Amenities:

  • 43′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 50
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Both
  • Showers/Toilets: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes 
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

The nearby beach stretches over 9 miles of sugar white-sand and lazy dunes, bounded by the Gulf of Mexico and beautiful Apalachicola Bay.

The park itself occupies some 2,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness. This area offers plenty of opportunity for exploring sandy coves and salt marshes by kayak and boat, or hiking beneath shady pines and oak forests by foot.

You’ll find a plethora of opportunities for photography, bird watching, and fishing as the park supports an abundance of marine and bird life.

Keep your eye on the ocean, you may even see a migrating pod of dolphins!

Rates: Daily Rate – $24

Location: 1900 E Gulf Beach Dr, St George Island, FL 32328

How to make a reservation?

Call (850)927-2111; or reserve online – HERE

7. Turtle Beach Campground (Turtle Beach)

Turtle Beach Campground

Basic Amenities:

  • 38′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 39
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Back-in sites only
  • Showers/Toilets/Laundry: All
  • Pets Allowed: No (Service animals only)
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

Turtle beach gets it’s namesake from the thousands of green turtles that nest here every year. Visit from May 1- Oct. 31 to witness them hatch.

Can’t visit on those dates? Worry not, my friends! There’s plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities in nearby preserves, such as, Big Slough Preserve, Carlton Preserve, and more.

If you grow tired of the beauteous nature surrounding you (unlikely), hop on the free, open-air trolley and visit Siesta Village.

Once there you can enjoy recreational vehicle rentals, charming restaurants, abundant shopping, and more!

Rates: Seasonal rates can be found on their online brochure

Location: 8862 Midnight Pass Rd, Sarasota, FL 34242

How to make a reservation?

Call 941-861-2267, 9am to 4:30pm; or reserve online – HERE

8. Fort Clinch State Park (Atlantic Beach)

Fort Clinch State Park (Atlantic Beach)

Basic Amenities:

  • 40′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 35
  • Full Hookups: No; electric, and dump stations
  • 30/50 Amp: 30
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Back-in sites only
  • Showers/Toilets/Laundry: All
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

We like a little pinch of history with our nature. At Fort Clinch State Park not only can you enjoy 1400 acres of wilderness, but you can also tour a civil war era fort—Fort Clinch.

And it’s a steal to get inside, at just $6. If you’d rather see unique wildlife than old fortresses, just scour the jungles for gopher tortoises and painted bunting, or search the beaches for a washed-up shark tooth.

If you enjoy a more authentic camping experience, this is the place for you.

Rates: Daily rate – $26

Location: 2601 Atlantic Ave, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

How to make a reservation?

Call (904) 227-7274, 8am to 5pm; or reserve online – HERE

9. Long Key State Park (Long Key Beach)

Long Key State Park (Long Key Beach)

Basic Amenities:

  • 45′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 42
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: 30
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Back-in sites only
  • Showers/Toilets: Both
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

The Florida Keys…Need we say more? Alright, alright. Besides it’s prime location, just a short drive from U.S. Route 1, Long Key State Park provides a number of outdoors opportunities.

In the past, a number of U.S. presidents fished it’s abundant waters making it one of the most premier angling spots in Florida.

Furthermore, it’s distance from the Panhandle’s major cities keeps it’s night skies full of stars and attracts stargazers from all over the world.

If you can stop yourself from staring at the sky, or the ocean long enough, you can embark on one of the State Park’s popular hikes: Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail and The Layton Trail.

Rates: Daily rate – $36

Location: 67400 Overseas Hwy, Layton, FL 33001

How to make a reservation?

Call (305)664-4815, 8am to sunset; or reserve online – HERE

10. Anastasia State Park (Anastasia Beach)

Anastasia State Park

Basic Amenities:

  • 40′ Max Length
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Propane: No
  • Number of RV Sites: 139
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: 30
  • Back-In/Pull-Through Sites: Back-in sites only
  • Showers/Toilets: Both
  • Pets Allowed: No (Service animals only)
  • Cell Reception: Yes

Why We Love It?

This park gives you the best of both worlds. Nestled in a state park that spans over 1600 miles, this campground is also a short jaunt to St. Augustine.

As I mentioned earlier, the city is the oldest in the U.S.—established in 1565.

Go explore some of it’s historical buildings, such as, The Castillo de San Marcos or St. Augustine Lighthouse.

Afterwards, you can rent bicycles, paddle-boards, canoes, kayaks, and even sail boats in Anastasia State Park. You’ll find all the abundant wildlife and unspoiled nature the park has to offer.

Rates: Daily rate – $28

Location: 300 Anastasia Park Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

How to make a reservation?

Call (904) 461-2033, 8am to 8:15pm; or reserve online – HERE

BOOM! That’s our top ten choices for beachfront RV Parks and Campsites in Florida.

It’s a huge state with tons of opportunities for history buffs, outdoor adventurers, clubbers, shoppers and beach-goers. Did we miss your favorite spot? Tell us about it below!

Top 10 Beachfront RV Parks And Campgrounds In Florida

Last Updated on by Aaron Richardson

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