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Camping in Florida
Some of the best camping in Florida can be found among its 1,100 miles of coastline, wetlands, coral reefs, hot springs and even theme parks. From RV parks, tent sites, cabins and glamping, Florida camping is a year-round activity with plenty to explore.
What is the best season for camping in Florida?
To avoid sweltering heat, hurricane season, and biting bugs, we recommend sticking to the months between October and March for the best time to camp in Florida.
What are some must-do outdoor activities in Florida?
Florida has a smorgasbord of activities and fun for everyone. You could start with watersports or mermaid watching in Weeki Wachee Springs State Park. In keeping with the water theme there is the Warm Mineral Springs Park where the water temperature stays around 85 degrees year round. If you prefer dry land you have some great options like Highlands Hammock State Park where you will find tall oak trees, wildlife, trails, and a tram tour. Or explore the caves at the Florida Caverns State Park.
What are the top events and festivals in Florida?
Looking for more events and interaction than nature can provide? Look no further than Florida and the year round calendar of events taking place. Here are a few to peak your interest. Florida Manatee Festival in Crystal River (January) Seafood Festival in West Palm (February) Florida State Fair in Tampba (February) Okeechobee Music & Artist Festival (March) or the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival in Pensacola (November) just to name a few.
What are the best state and national parks to visit in Florida?
Florida is the only state to be recognized four times for having the best state parks in the U.S. Of the 175 parks to choose from, Silver Springs State Park in North Central Florida is often considered the best of the best. It includes campgrounds, hiking trails, wildlife, boating and tours to provide endless entertainment. Myakka River State Park in Sarasota is great for alligator and bird watching. You can’t go to Florida and not at least visit one beach. At Bahia Honda State Park you can enjoy some of the nicest beaches that the Florida Keys have to offer.
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