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Hurricane Ian was a devastating storm and caused major flooding and severe damage along the coastal areas of Ft. Myers Beach, Captive and Sanibel Island and Estero Bay and Bonita Springs. Some RV parks received extensive damage and will be closed for an extended period of time. Our thoughts and prayers go out to these park owners, their staff, and their guests who’s lives and businesses have been temporarily devastated by this storm. We wish them the best as they rebuild.

Fortunately most of the parks in the SW Florida have re-opened and have power. Florida is a very large state with over 800 RV parks, and SW Florida has more RV parks than any other area of the state. Rest assured Florida is open for visitors and welcoming all RVers and campers.

Please continue to travel and camp in Florida. Whether you are wanting to camp now, or are waiting for the Snow Bird Season to start, you will be happy you picked Florida. You can find your perfect RV site right here on If you have any questions, or would like assistance, you can call the Camp Florida office at 850-562-7151. Thank you, we appreciate you choosing Florida as your vacation and RV park destination.

NOTE: If you are planning a trip to SW Florida is advisable to reach out to RV parks to check on their status and site availability, and be sure to make reservations in advance.

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About RV Parks in North Florida

North Florida offers a wealth of cultural, historic and natural experiences and is home to warm, sandy beaches, many entertainment and sport options and some of the best seafood dining in the country.

Florida RV travelers will want to swing by Gainesville, where the University of Florida calls home and prepare to enter Gator country, or visit the cosmopolitan city of Jacksonville which offers first-rate shopping, dining, cultural offerings and many sporting events. And no Florida trip is complete without a stay in St. Augustine, the Nation's oldest city. St. Augustine has enchanted visitors for centuries with it's charm, history, and beauty.

Head inland and there is access to many of the state's most scenic rivers, springs and wildlife areas. This area of North Florida is also known for having quaint, rural "main street" towns with antique shops, galleries and restaurants. Continue west to Florida's Nature Coast and visit historic seaside towns known for their diverse culture and delicious Gulf seafood, quiet country roads, gentle streams and a feel that is distinctly rural.

In North Florida, everyone can find the perfect RV Park and Campground that feels like home . So, come as you are and leave with a new view on what Florida can be. You may have a new favorite place to come and get away from it all -- North Florida.


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