RV Resorts in Florida

RV resorts in Florida provide something for everyone, making Florida the ideal place to vacation, as well as a great place call home during the winter. Scattered all across the Sunshine State the sheer numbers ensures an affordable paradise is available to every RVer to visit Florida. You can be by the Gulf or overlooking the ocean; surrounded by lush greenery or in the midst of a big city. No matter what type of RV resort you are want, you'll find it in Florida.

Southern Florida-High End

The sand between your toes, the smell of cool ocean breezes, and the palm trees dancing in the warm golden sun all make for a wondrous time. If you love the beach and RVing than southern Florida has plenty of resorts for you.

Paradise Island

Paradise Island is just one of these resorts. It hosts an RV park in Fort Lauderdale that features a swimming pool, horse shoe games, billiards, and barbecues. The park has poolside dancing, Bingo, and shuffle board courts. They even have an air conditioned laundry facility and bath houses. The Metro Zoo and Miami-Dade Speedway are just minutes away, as are Greyhound races, day cruises, and the Sawgrass Mills Outlet.

Such RV resorts in Florida can be moderate to a bit more steep; depending upon the season, the rates can be affordable or pricey. They start at $35 per night and can go as high as $900 for the month plus electric. This is on the higher side but you are in south Florida; you could never get a hotel room for $900 a month.

Central Florida-Low to Moderate

If you prefer the shade to the sun and animals over people you can find that in Central Florida. Maybe you just feel more relaxed surrounded by trees and swamps and alligators. If that sounds like you, you'll find numerous RV resorts in Florida that cater to the hikers and nature lovers.

Elite Resorts

The company features four RV parks throughout Northern and Central Florida. The Ocala location offers a shaded stay deep in the woods. If you prefer a view of the river and the Gulf nearby the Tarpon Springs location on the west coast is where you'll want to go. Elite Resorts feature heated pools, playgrounds, boat launches, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. They are open all year and are conveniently located near grocery stores, golf courses, and shopping centers.

The rates for Elite Resorts are cheaper than the rates for southern Florida. Rates do not vary by season but rather by the site. Base rates are $32 per day, $190 a week, and $495 per month. Pull thru sites are more costly and start at $37 a night. The weekly fee is $225 and the monthly rate for a pull thru site is $645. These rates do include water, sewer, electric, cable and internet.

Tampa Area

There are areas in central Florida that are less R and R and more on the go.

Lazydays RV Campground

Lazydays RV Campground in Tampa is just one of these RV resorts in Florida. If you can't sit still and love to have fun than you should consider Lazydays. They are located within hearing distance of Busch Gardens and the Hard Rock Casino. The on and off site promoted events are Wild West rallies throughout the year, a Samboree, a State Fair, and a New Years Eve party. Reservations are strongly recommended for these fun-filled events and inclusive packages can be purchased. Rates for this delightful RV resort are nightly and range from $24.99 to $34.99 plus tax. There is a two- week maximum stay.

Orlando Area

Even though you are all grown up and driving an RV you cannot go to Florida without visiting-you guessed it-Mickey Mouse! For those of you who are not too ashamed to admit you still love Disney World there are RV resorts in Florida in Orlando.

Space Coast RV Resort

The Space Coast RV Resort is only 15 minutes from Cinderella's castle and offers affordable rates. The daily cost is $40 for a pull thru site and $245 for the week. This is a little high but the monthly rate is very affordable-only $440 plus electric-and you are almost next door to Shamu!

Northern Florida-Moderate to High

If you really want to be out in the sticks than RVing in Old Town could be right for you. The town is full of good ol’ southerners that will fill your belly with good ol' southern food and show you a great time. The Suwannee River allows for fishing off a Fiesta pontoon boat or opening up a smaller boat with a big engine. Watch out for floating logs! You can experience all this and more when you stay at one of the best RV resorts in Florida - the Yellow Jacket.

Yellow Jacket RV Resort

The Yellow Jacket RV resort is on the river, has a year round pool and spa, boat rentals, and a lot of local wildlife roaming around. The rates start at a moderate $34 a night and increase based on site location. They also offer extended stay prices of $210 a week, or $538 a month where everything is included, even the tax. So grab your bathing suit and fishing pole and have the best vacation you never dreamed possible. Oh and before you leave don't forget to try the fried potato wedges at the local gas station/convenient store. They are oh so yummy!

RV resorts in Florida let you experience some of the best things this part of America has to offer, including a variety of people, different ways of life to appreciate, and so much to see and do.