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Camping This Weekend Florida's state parks have plenty of options for camping throughout the state. Full-facility campsites for tent campers and RVers include water, electricity, a grill and picnic table, along with centralized showers, restrooms and dump station 
Make a Reservation Reservations for campgrounds and cabins may be made up to 11 months in advance. Call Reserve America at (800) 326-3521 or TDD (888) 433-0287. Campsite prices vary from $16 to $42 a night depending on the park. Cabin prices vary from $30 to $160 a night.
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Find a Park The Florida Department of Environmental Protection manages 160 parks in the state of Florida. These parks span more than 703,000 acres ...
Things to Do Activities, events, location based Activities, Educational Opportunities.

Florida State Parks Youtube's  Florida's 174 state parks and trails. Family. Friends. Fun. Prices you can afford, experiences you can't afford to miss. Get a little park on ya! !
Top 5 Camping Sites In Florida  Florida's 174 state parks and trails. Family. Friends. Fun. Prices you can afford, experiences you can't afford to miss. Get a little park on ya! !

Prices and Discounts

  • Campsite prices vary from $16 to $42 a night depending on the park.
  • Cabin prices vary from $30 to $160 a night.
  • A 50 percent discount on base campsite fees is available to Florida citizens who are 65 years of age or older, 
  • Florida citizens possessing a current social security disability award certificate 
  • A 100 percent disability award certificate from the Federal Government.
  • Discounts do not apply to cabins stays.
  • Primitive group camp fees are per person fees ($1.00 juvenile and $5.00 adult).  

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5 Florida National and State Parks for Camping

Whether you’re looking to rough it or camp in style, Florida has you covered.

Primitive sites, tent sites and big-rig friendly RV sites offering spectacular views, easy access to award-winning trails and out-of-this-world natural features dot the entire state.

Put these five locations at the top of your must-try list for camping in Florida:

1. Everglades National Park

The Everglades

Want to see an extraordinary array of wildlife and sample a variety of ecosystems? It doesn’t get any better than this 1.5 million-acre subtropical and tropical habitat, which is home to a mile-long list of different plant and animal species.

Just make sure to set up camp in the winter months when there are fewer bugs. Both front-country and back-country campgrounds are located throughout the park.

Camping out in the Florida Everglades

2. Gulf Islands National Seashore

Pensacola

If you’re looking to primitive camp on an undeveloped, blindingly white beach, this is the spot for you.

Get off the grid at your own private paradise at the eastern end of Perdido Key. Or head to the Fort Pickens Campground (RVs and tents) for a more modern site with water and electric hookups.

Florida Travel: Go Beach Camping on Gulf Islands National Seashore

3. Fort Clinch State Park

Fernandina Beach

History buffs and nature lovers alike flock to Fort Clinch for its outdoor activities and daily reenactments of garrison life.

Bring mountain bikes – the off-road trails here are some of the best in the state. And why not hunt for shark’s teeth along the beach that’s close to the Amelia River Campground area?

Fort Clinch State Park, Florida Campsite Photos

4. Ocala National Forest

Silver Springs

For an unforgettable springs-hopping adventure, set up camp at one of the forest’s recreation areas where multiple freshwater springs are within an easy drive of one another.

Take your pick – Juniper, Alexander, Salt and Silver Glen springs are all incredible places to cool off.

Alexander Springs - Ocala National Forest - Play, Swim, Snorkel, Scuba - Local Travel - Staycation

5. Bahia Honda State Park

The Florida Keys

For many, the best way to experience the Florida Keys is on a camping trip.

Visit Bahia Honda State Park for excellent tent and RV camping in Florida accompanied by stunning views of the crystalline blue water.

Simply put, this is paradise, and you won’t be eager to break camp and resume your normal routine.

Bahia Honda State Park, Waterfront RV Sites, Florida Keys

National Park Pass 2017 
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America the Beautiful 2017: National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass   $80.00

National Parks/Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass

The America the Beautiful: National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass (Interagency Annual Pass) is honored nationwide at National Park Service, Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation recreation sites charging day-use or entrance fees

  • Valid for 12 months from the month of purchase. Expires the last day of the month punched.
  • Includes two signature lines and any two individuals may sign the pass. Both are considered pass holders.
  • Admits pass holder and any accompanying passengers in a private non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee sites.
  • At per person fee sites, admits pass holder and up to three (3) persons age 16 and older. Children 15 and younger are admitted free of charge.
  • Photo identification may be required to verify ownership.
  • Passes are NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-TRANSFERABLE, and cannot be replaced if lost or stolen.
  • To plan your trip and determine if this pass is the right one for you, please contact the offices of the federal recreation sites where you plan to visit-